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Measurement in our everyday life

  • 24 April 2018
  • Posted by: SANAE CAMPBELL
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Measurement in our everyday life
Students’ age range: 10-12
Topic: Measurement
 
Description: Students in their pairs will try to define the term “measurement” they will fill out a KWL chart about measurement. K – telling what they KNOW, W- stating WHAT they want to know and L- what they have Learn (this section is completed at the end of the lesson. The students will then discuss what they have in common. The teacher will do a whole group discussion and then fill out the K and W section on the chart on her board.
The students will then watch a video that tells them about measuring instruments and what they are used to measure. After watching the videos the students will then be given a set of occupations and some measuring instruments. In their pairs they are required to match an occupation with an instrument. They should be able to state how this is used by these professionals/ skilled workers. There will then be a large group discussion where we discuss the matches that have been made and we make corrections where necessary.

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