Whole Numbers – Revision on Counting and Writing Up to 9999

Last Updated on July 15, 2020 by Alabi M. S.

MATHEMATICS

FIRST TERM

FIRST WEEK

BASIC 4

TOPIC: Revision on Counting and Writing Up to 9999

Counting numbers are also called whole numbers. These are the set or pattern of numbers. They are natural or positive numbers that we use to learn how to count. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

  • By the end of the lesson, the pupils should have attained the following objectives (cognitive, affective and psychomotor) and be able to:
  1. count numbers up to 9999;
  2. write numbers up to 9999;
  3. state the place value of a digit in numbers up to 9999.

ENTRY BEHAVIOR

  • The pupils are required to already have learned…

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  • The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of abacus and charts of numbers etc.

METHOD OF TEACHING

  1. Inductive – Deductive
  2. Problem Solving
  3. Discovery/Inquiry

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  1. Scheme of Work
  2. 9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
  3. New Method Mathematics
  4. Prime Mathematics
  5. Primary Mathematics
  6. MacMillan New Primary Mathematics
  7. All Relevant materials

 

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CONTENT OF THE LESSON

COUNTING IN THOUSANDS

We count in thousands when there are more than 3 digits in a number.

For example

Study the sequence below:

  1. 1 001   1 002   1 003   _______   _______    _______    1 010
  2. 1 000   2 000   3 000   _______   _______    _______    9 000
  3. 1 111   2 222   3 333   _______   _______    _______    4 444
  4. 2 220  2 230   2 240    _______   _______    _______    2 300
  5. 5 600   5 650   5 700   _______   _______    _______    5 950

WRITE IN THOUSANDS

Write the sequence below:

  1. 1 001   1 002   1 003   _______   _______    _______    1 010
  2. 1 000   2 000   3 000   _______   _______    _______    9 000
  3. 1 111   2 222   3 333   _______   _______    _______    4 444
  4. 2 220   2 230   2 240   _______   _______    _______    2 300
  5. 5 600   5 650   5 700   _______   _______    _______    5 950

VALUE AND PLACE VALUE OF WHOLE NUMBERS 

  • Whole Numbers 

A whole number is a number without a fraction or decimal.

Every digit in a number, for example, 7 840 has the value and place value of each digit as follows:

This can also be represent the place-value of the number as:

  1. The place value of 0 is unit,
  2. The place value of 4 is tens,
  3. The place value of 8 is hundreds,
  4. The place value of 7 is thousands.

Further illustrations 

Find the value value and place value for:

  1. 316
  2. 1 631
  3. 1528

PRESENTATION

  • To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:
  1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;
  2. Guides the pupils in revising the previous work on place value and value of a digit;
  3. Guides pupils to find the place value and value of numbers;
  4. Pupil’s Activities – Give the value and place value of each of the digits in the given number.

 

 

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CONCLUSION

  • To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.

LESSON EVALUATION

  • Pupil to: give the place value of each of the digits in a given number.
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