__Name__: ADEYEMO KUBURAT RONKE

__Matric No__: 2011/01/0004ME

__Department:__ Mathematic

__Level:__ 300

__TEACHING MWTHOD IN TEACHING SCIENCE__

**1 . LECTURE METHOD**

**This is one of the commonest methods of teaching. It is prominently used in most of the tertiary institution. It is a method where the teacher do most of the talking all the time an d the learner sit and listen.**

**2 . LEARNER CENTRED METHOD**

**The method we use in teaching can be divided into two major, based on whether the learner or the teacher is the principal actor. If the learner is the more active of the parties involved in teaching/learning, then the method is learner centered. If, however the teacher is more active while the learner does little, the method is teacher centered.**

**3. PROJECT METHOD**

**Project method involves teaching the learners by engaging them in some constructive practical activities. For instance, after the teacher has taught the learner how to keep poultry through the use of battery cage, he/she can ask the learner to construct an improvised battery poultry cage through the use of local material.**

**4 . DISCUSSION METHOD**

**In this method, the learners are given the opportunity to discuss issues, ideas, topics based on their understanding of issues of such issues, ideas and such topics. The teacher should know that one of the best ways of helping the learner to understand and learn ideas s to give them opportunity to talk about them.**

**5 . DEMONSTRATION METHOD**

**The teacher is the key play in demonstration method. He/she demonstrates how a specific action is done while the learner’s listens to his explanations on the basic step involved in performing a particular task. Demonstration method could be used for explaining how an experiment could be used the performing in the biology or chemistry lesson**

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** LESSON PLAN IN TEACING SCIENCE**

**Lesson preparation is step-by-step ordering of how a particular lesson is to be taught. It states how the lesson is going to be executed, proceeded or the activities that will be involves from the introduction of the lesson to the conclusion.**

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__NAME __ Adeyemo kuburat ronke

__MATRIC NO__ 2011/01/0004ME

__LEVEL__ 300

__SCHOOL__ Ikosi junior high school ikosi ketu

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__CLASS__ J.S.S1

__SUBJECT__ Mathematics

__TOPIC__ Approximation

__SUBTOPIC__ Round up of number to the nearest 10, 100, 1000

__DATE__ 13^{th} June 2014

__NUMBER OF PERIOD__ 3^{rd} and 4^{th}

__DURATION OF LESSON__ 80Minutes

__AVERAGE AGE OF LEARNER__ 12Year

__OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT__

**-Revision of the previous lesson**

**-Approximation value of subtraction**

**-Approximation value of multiplication**

**-Rounding up of numbers to nearest tenth, hundredth and thousandth**

__AIM/GENERAL OBJECTIVES__

**To teach and impact into the student the general concept of approximation**

__SPECIFIC [BEHAVIOURAL] OBJECTIVES__

**By the end of the end of the lesson the student should be able to:**

**Approximate values of subtraction****Approximate values of multiplication and division****Round off number to the nearest 10 100 1000**

__ENTRY BEHAVIOUR__

**The student are familiar with the meaning of approximation, rounding up of number, significant figure and as well as approximation values of addition **

__INSTRUCTIONAL [AUDIO-VISUAL] MATERIAL__

**A chart showing a line diagram of numbers less than 5 and greater than 5**

__INTRODUTION__

**Teacher revises the previous lesson and explains what is approximation of numbers and give note on it**

__EVALUATION__

**Teacher summaries the lesson and gives some questions to the student to determine the level of their understanding **

__SUMMARY__

**The teacher goes over the lesson again to make it clearer to the student **

__ASSIGNMENT__

**Round off these numbers to the nearest thousands **

**1.173569**

**2. 495726 **

**3. 309457**

__TEXTS AND REFERENCE__

**New general mathematics for Jss1 by J.B CHAMON**

**MAN Mathematics for junior secondary school book 1 **

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