Yearly Plan

Yearly Planning

Course:1st of Primary.

Teacher: Emilia Teresa Fraga González..

 

Strands:

Numbers up 99.

  • Operations: Addition.
  • Comparing and Ordering.
  • Place Value.
  • Operations: Subtraction.
  • Number Sentences.
  • Fractions.

Measures.

  • Time.
  • Money.
  • Length.
  • Weight.
  • Capacity.

Shapes and Space.

  • 2D Shapes.
  • Spacial Awareness.
  • 3D Shapes.

Data.

  • Representing and Interpreting Data.

Algebra.

  • Extending and Using Patterns.

Objectives.

  • Explore, develop and apply the commutative properties of addition.
  • Wxplore, develop and apply the zero properties of addition..
  • Use the language of ordinal number, 1st to 10th
  • Develop an understanding of addition by combining or partitioning sets, use concrete materials, 0-20.
  • Add numbers without renaming within 0-20.
  • Use the vocabulary of time to sequence events.
  • Sort, describe, compare and name 2D shapes: square, rectangle, triangle, circle and semi-circle.
  • Combine and partition 2D shapes.
  • Identify and discuss the use of 2D shapes in the environment.
  • Compare equivalent and non-equivalent sets.
  • Order sets of objects by number.
  • Sort and classify objects by 2 and 3 criteria.
  • Represent and interpret data in 2, 3 or 4 rows or columns using real objects, models and pictures.
  • Read day, date and month using calendar.
  • Ecplore, identify and record place value to 20.
  • Recognise, exchange and use coins up to the value of 50c.
  • Recognise pattern, includind odd and even numbers.
  • Explore and use patterns in addition facts…
  • Explore, identify and record place value 0-50
  • Estimate, compare,measure and record length using non-standard units.
  • Select and use appropriate non-standard measuring units and instruments.
  • Estimate, measure and record length using standard unit( the metre)
  • Explore, discuss, develop and use the vocabulary of spatial awareness.
  • Give and follow simple directions within classroom and school sttings.
  • Construct number sentences and number stories.
  • Solve problems involving addition within 20.
  • Develop an understanding of subtraction as deducting.
  • Record subtraction pictorially.
  • Estimate, compare, measure and record weight using non- standard units.
  • Select and use appropriate non -standard measuring units and instruments.
  • Estimate, measure and record weight using standard unit ( the kilgram).
  • Solve simple problems.
  • Explore, identify and record place value 0-99..
  • Develop an understanding of subtraction as dedcting 0-20.
  • Record subtraction in number sentences.
  • Subtract numbers without renaming within 10.
  • Solve problems involving addition within 20.
  • Estimate, compare, measure and record capacity using non-standard units.
  • Estimate, measure and record capacity using standard unit ( the litre).
  • Explore, identify and record place value 0-99.
  • Establish and identify half of sets to 20.
  • Describe, compare and name 3D shapes, including cube, coboid, cylinder and sphere.
  • Explore the relationship between 2D and 3D shapes.
  • Subtract numbers without renaming within 99.
  • Focus on subtraction as the reverse of addition.
  • Use the vocabulary of time to sequence events.
  • Read the time in hours on a 12 hour analogue clock.
  • Read the time in half hours on a 12 hour clock.
  • Read day, date and month using a calendar.
  • Read time in 1 hour intervals.

Skills and concepts.

  • Applying and problem solving.
  • Communicating and expressing.
  • Intergrating and connecting.
  • Reasoning.
  • Implementing.
  • Understanding and recalling.

Resources.

  • Number fans, cubes, counters, buttons..
  • Flash cards of ordinal numbers.
  • 100 squares, number lines.
  • Secuencing pictures, calendars, visual timetables.
  • Circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, semi-circles (large and small).
  • Real or plastic coins.
  • Abacus.
  • Milk carton measure, height charts, metre sticks, measuring tapes, objects to measure.
  • Balance, kilogram weight, counters, plasticine, “heavy” objects, “light”objects.
  • Various empty containers. Latge cardboard boxes, bags, egg cups, jars, glasses, yoghurt, cartons, jugs, caps (various sizes)…
  • 2D shapes: pictures, counters…
  • 3D shapes: bags, boxes…
  • Folens Planet Maths online activities.
  • Planet Maths Book.
  • Planet Math Activity book.
  • Human Resources: The teacher, a Coversation Assistant.

Assessment.

  • Observation.
  • Record of work.
  • Mental Math 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.

Integration.

  • PE.
  • Art.
  • Music.
  • English.
  • Visual Arts.

 

Differentiation:

 

Lower attainers: Separate activity sheets.

Higher attainers:Separate activity sheets.

 

 

 

Type of contents

Assessment items

Top score

Attitudinals

-Behaviour

-Individual work

-Team work

-Attendance

20,00%

Skills and concepts

-Numbers 0 to 99

-Additions, subtractions

 and mixed operations

-Problems resolution

40,00%

Assesement

Observation

Record of work

Mental Math 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

40.00%

 

 

Final score calculation :20+40+40=100

 

 

 

 

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