SMASE – ASEI PDSI METHOD
THIRD TERM WEEK 3
TOPIC: Plane Shapes – Trapezium, Parallelogram, Kite and Rhombus
Lesson One – Properties of
Lesson Two – Properties of Parallelogram
Lesson Three – Properties of Kite and Rhombus
Lesson Four – Revision
Lesson Five – Quantitative and Test
TIME – 40 Minutes each.
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
1. state some properties of trapezium, parallelogram, kite and rhombus.
2. solve some quantitative aptitude problems involving trapezium, parallelogram, kite and rhombus.
A quadrilateral is a polygon (a closed shape) with 4 sides. There are infinite quadrilaterals in real life! Any shape or object with 4 sides, even if the sides are uneven, is a quadrilateral. For example, table top, book, picture frame, door, baseball, diamond, etc.
There are a number of different types of quadrilaterals, some of which are harder to find in real life, such as a trapezoid. But, look around you – at buildings, at patterns on fabric, at jewelry – and you can find them!
In this lesson, the pupils will learn what plane shapes are and explore their different types and properties.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:
2 and 3 dimensional shapes.
Models of trapezium, parallelogram, kite and rhombus.
Plane shapes are all around us. These stop signs (all traffic signs are plane shapes), a sheet of paper, a paper plate, a stamp, etc. There are many kinds of plane shapes.
In this lesson, we will focus on the following trapezium, parallelogram, kite and rhombus.
9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
Lagos State Scheme of work
New Method Mathematics Book 6
All Relevant Materials
ASEI PDSI LESSON NOTES
LESSON DEVELOPMENT 1 – PROPERTIES OF TRAPEZIUM docx
LESSON DEVELOPMENT 2 – PROPERTIES OF PARALLELOGRAM docx
LESSON DEVELOPMENT 3 – PROPERTIES OF KITE AND RHOMBUS docx
LESSON DEVELOPMENT 4 – REVISION, QUANTITATIVE AND TEST