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Smart Chart G3

Grade: 3

Lesson Name: Smart Chart (MAT 326)

Learning Objectives:

  • Collect and record the data in raw form
  • Present the data in the form of frequency table
  • Represent the data in graphical form as a bar chart or others
  • Answer the questions based on pictorial representation of data

Highlights of lesson plan:

Cube train activity:

The activity in the lesson plan helps the students to understand and collect/record data, as a hands-on experience                                                     

Handling Stationaries:

This activity suggests a simple data collecting activity with available stationery items, and thereby enhance the understanding of data handling.

Pedagogy used: Concrete Representation of Abstract

Play with Rangometry:

This activity helps children to use ‘Rangometry’ as a TLM for learning data handling.

Project Ideas:

Projects of data handling are suggested in this section of lesson plan. E.g.: Modes of travel to school are closely linked with children’s lives. This topic provides opportunities for discussion about traffic, safety, overcrowding, etc.,

Worksheets-:

Worksheet: MAT 327- Favourite game

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This worksheet is an open-ended activity and discussion, which helps teachers to interact with the students about the traditional and local games played by them. The Data handling part is addressed in the worksheet.

Worksheet: MAT 328- Tally Marks Practice

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This worksheet is supporting resource for the book activity (NCERT grade 3 math book. Pg.182).The Data handling using Tally marks is addressed in the worksheet.

Worksheet: MAT 329- Pictorial Representation

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The worksheet is supporting resources for the text book activity (NCERT grade 3 math book Pg.184). The data analysis is made with the help of pictures and tables.

Grade: 
3

Subject: 
Primary Maths

Term: Term 3