Friday, November 19, 2010

Volume Of Liquid

We can measure and compare the volume of liquid using non-standard units and standard units.

For non-standard units we can compare volume of liquids using beaker, glass, cup, bottle and others.

For standard units we can measure and compare volume of liquids using measuring cylinder, measuring jug or measuring beaker. We use mililitre (mℓ) or litre (ℓ).

Teaching Activities For Low Achiever Students

TOPICS : VOLUME OF LIQUID
Time : 1 hour
Year : 2 Dedikasi

A. Objectives
At the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to
i.Measure and state the volume of liquid

B. Methods
Contextual learning, hands-on activities and minds on, ICT

C. Teaching Materials
Notes, MS Powerpoint slide presentation, hands-on activity

D. Tools
Various forms of water containers, measuring cylinder, three drinking glasses of the same size, three bowls of the same size, three mugs of the same size and a large water jug

SET INDUCTION:
1. Teacher shows some examples of liquids in containers of different sizes.
Example: shampoo, mineral water, beverage boxes, canned drinks, perfumes, lotions. Teachers asked students to state the name of the materials on display and its usefulness.

2. Teacher show the liquid container and asked students to find and list the number of available information on each container of the liquid container.

3. Pupils are asked to guess the information that represents the amount of the liquid contents.

4. Teacher review student responses through questioning techniques, and introduce the lesson topic today. (Learning constructional )

STEP 1:
  1. Teacher hold up the three drinking glasses.

2.      Teacher ask the students to tell the similarities between the three glasses.
  1. Introduce the vocabulary of empty, half full and full.


STEP 2:
  1. When teacher introduce the vocabulary, have students come out to fill the glasses accordingly.
  2. Have students arrange the glasses in the order from empty to full.
  3. Repeat with different sets of container
STEP 3:
  1. The teacher gives each student the worksheet.
  2. Pupils asked to color the water container filled with red,
    an empty water container with yellow and half full of water containers in blue.
Full : Red
Empty : Yellow
Half Full : Blue
3. Fill in the blank with the correct answers.

STEP 4:
1. Teacher shows measuring cylinder. Then students were asked to fill a water color by reading referred by teachers.


2. Teacher asked students to express an opinion with respect to the comparison result of water level based on their observations.
3. Teacher explains the proper technique for reading the volume of liquid in a measuring cylinder using PowerPoint slides.

4. Pupils are asked to write the reading volume of the liquid on the picture of liquid in the measuring cylinder in a given piece of work.

CONCLUSION:
1. Teachers test students understanding by calling them to read properly measurement the volume of liquid in front of the class.
2. Teacher  to guide students who are unable to correctly read the volume of liquid.
3. Teacher discuss with students on to make teaching and learning solutions.

WORKSHEET 
 

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Teaching Activities For High Achiever Students

TOPICS : VOLUME OF LIQUID
Time : 1 hour
Year : 2 Dedikasi

A. Objectives
At the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:
i.Reading and writing the volume of liquid.
ii. To measure volume of liquid.

B. Methods
Contextual learning, hands-on activities and minds on, ICT.

C. Teaching Materials
Notes, MS Powerpoint slide presentation, hands-on activity, video.

D. Tools
Various forms of water containers, measuring cylinder, sponges, buckets, bottles of mineral, and A4 paper.

SET INDUCTION:
1. Teacher shows some examples of liquids in containers of different sizes.
Example: shampoo, mineral water, beverage boxes, canned drinks, perfumes, lotions. Teachers asked students to state the name of the materials on display and its usefulness.



2. Pupils are divided into six groups. Each group is given a liquid container and asked to find and list the number of available information on each container of the liquid container.



3. Pupils are asked to guess the information that represents the amount of the liquid contents.

4. Teacher review student responses through questioning techniques, and introduce the lesson topic today. (Learning constructional)

STEP 1:
1. Teacher shows the two water containers, in which a graduated container and a container which does not scale.


2. Teacher call for two students, one student asked to pour a bottle of mineral water into a graduated container and pouring another bottle of mineral water in a container that does not scale.
3. Both students are asked to inform the reading of the volume of mineral water in each container.
4. Teachers review student responses and guide them to read the volume of fluid in the right way.

STEP 2:
1. Each group is given a measuring cylinder. Then they were asked to fill a water color by reading referred by teachers.

2. Each group put the results of the measurements and compare the results of teachers' curriculum. (CCTS: compare the difference)
3. Teacher asked students to express an opinion with respect to the comparison result of water level based on their observations.
4. Teacher explains the proper technique for reading the volume of liquid in a measuring cylinder using PowerPoint slides.

STEP 3:
1. Teacher led the students out of class. Pupils in each group compete to fill the bottle with water using a sponge in 2 minutes. (Kinesthetic)
2. After time expires, students measure the water into the bottle just by using a measuring cylinder.
3. Pupils read the readings on the measuring cylinder. The group showed the highest reading is considered the winner.

STEP 4:
1. Pupils are asked to write the reading volume of the liquid on the picture of liquid in the measuring cylinder in a given piece of work.

CONCLUSION:
1. Teacher show video clips related to the volume of liquid.
2. Teacher and students together to sing songs that appear.
3. Teacher discuss with students on to make teaching and learning solutions.

WORKSHEET


Teaching Aids That Can Be Applied To Year Two Students To Help Them Understand Better On The Topic Volume Of Liquid.



 Teaching Aids For High Achiever Students
- To differentiate which is a graduated container and a container which does not scale.
Teaching Aids For Low Achiever Students

- To introduce the vocabulary of empty, half full and full.

How Volume Of Liquid Are Measured.

video

I take the initiative to share with everyone on my discovery and suggested teaching aids and activities for year two students.  This is the video I would like to share with you.

Saturday, November 13, 2010