Lesson plan | Lesson plan |

What to create | Lesson plan |

Which subject | Mathematics |

What topic | Telling the time |

What length (min) | 30 |

What age group | Doesn't matter |

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**Academic Subject:** Mathematics

**Topic:** Telling the Time

**Duration:** 30 minutes

**Academic Stage:** All

- Students will learn to tell the time on an analog clock.
- Students will be able to differentiate between AM and PM.
- Students will learn how to convert between digital and analog time representations.

- Analog clock
- Whiteboard and markers
- Worksheets on telling the time and converting between digital and analog time

- Introduction (5 minutes):

- Begin the lesson by asking the students if they know how to read an analog clock.
- Discuss the importance of being able to tell the time and how it relates to daily life.
- Write the terms "hour hand" and "minute hand" on the board and explain their functions.

- Telling the Time (15 minutes):

- Use the analog clock to demonstrate how to tell the time.
- Start with the hour hand and explain that it shows the hour, while the minute hand shows the minutes.
- Demonstrate a few examples of telling the time and have the students practice.
- Explain the concept of "o'clock," "quarter past," "half past," and "quarter till."
- Ask students to tell the time on different examples shown on the board or on worksheets.

- AM and PM (5 minutes):

- Discuss the differences between AM and PM.
- Write the terms "ante meridiem" and "post meridiem" on the board and explain their meanings.
- Demonstrate a few examples of telling time using AM and PM.

- Converting Digital and Analog Time (5 minutes):

- Write a few examples of digital time on the board.
- Use the analog clock to demonstrate how to convert digital time to analog time and vice versa.
- Have the students practice converting between digital and analog time on worksheets.

- Conclusion (5 minutes):

- Recap the key concepts learned in the lesson.
- Encourage students to practice telling the time on their own and to pay attention to time in their daily routine.
- Answer any questions that the students may have.

- Observe students during the lesson to ensure that they are following along and understanding the concepts.
- Assess the completed worksheets to check for understanding.