Division of Two or Three Digit Numbers by Numbers not more than 9 and Multiple of 10 to 50 Primary 4

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

 

MATHEMATICS

SECOND TERM

WEEK 3

PRIMARY 4

TOPIC: DIVISION OF 2 TO 3 DIGIT NUMBERS NOT MORE THAN 9

 

LEARNING AREA 

Division of two or three digit numbers by:

Lesson One – Numbers up to 9 with or without remainder

Lesson Two – Multiples of 10 up to 50

Lesson Three – Interpret and solve problems on division.

Lesson Four – Quantitative reasoning on division

 

TIME – 40 Minutes each.

 

LEARNING OUTCOME 

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to divide two or three digit numbers by:

1. numbers up to 9 with or without remainder.

2. multiples of 10 up to 50.

3. solve quantitative aptitude problems involving division.

 

 

RATIONALE

Division (divide) means sharing between two or more. It also means grouping into equal parts. This is an important part of our daily activities. The concept of division will enable pupils to understand and appreciate division as part of their daily activities.

 

LEARNING MATERIALS 

The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:

1. Counting objects

2. Number lines

3. Multiplication charts

 

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

The pupils share things like money, fruits, gala, water, minerals  etc. among themselves.

 

REFERENCE MATERIALS

9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum

Lagos State Scheme of work

New Method Mathematics Book

All Relevant Materials

Online Materials

 

 

LESSON PLAN/DEVELOPMENT

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 1 – DIVISION OF TWO DIGIT NUMBERS BY NUMBERS UP TO 9 WITH OR WITHOUT REMAINDER docx

 

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 2 – DIVISION OF TWO OR THREE DIGITS NUMBERS BY MULTIPLE OF 10 UP TO 50 docx

 

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 3 – WORD PROBLEMS ON DIVISION docx

 

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 4 – QUANTITATIVE REASONINGS as stated in the pupil’s quantitative books or textbook. 

 

 

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