TSB Week 5 Grade 4 Lesson Plans

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Leaning adjectives, recalling the aspect-opposites, learning to write on a number line, and understanding the different animal features as ears, hair, and skin.

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Vocabulary Adjectives Number Chain Number Line Fun with words Animals ears, skin and uses
Show the Opposites PDF to kids for more clarity. Do explain side by side.
Make the children understand that number lines, as a form of representation, help students to learn about and explain their developing reasoning about numbers.
Show the Who has got my ears?PDFA for help and a clear picture of different types of ears.
Explain the Activity, Make it interactive. Let the children do the exercise on English Textbook Pg. No. 26 independently, teacher can guide if needed.
The students can draw 10 small units on the first number line for help then that will help them to complete the rest of the exercise on Math Textbook Pg. No 24
Read the text  then make the children observe the pictures and later discuss the table and complete on the EVS Textbook Pg. No.20,21 & 22 [ Animals with external ears]
Have discussion with the children. After the discussion teacher  can go back to the lesson synopsis by asking questions regarding the lesson to the students and deriving answers  from them and complete the writing task on the English Textbook Pg. No.26
Instruct the students to observe the pictures and also notice the age of people in the pictures given. Let them first understand visually the difference between big and small by the below activity then go to the numbers.
Let the students complete the tables given on the EVS Textbook Pg. No. 24 and discuss it by their fellow students .
Show the video. Next, let them complete the table on the English Textbook Pg. No. 27 on their own.
Repeat the demonstration using various addition problems until the student can independently to solve the problem. Be sure to incorporate the related subtraction fact for each trial.
Let the students complete the table on EVS Textbook Pg. No. 25 independently.
Learning Objective and Learning Outcomes for English, Maths, EVS
In the past couple of decades, several species have been driven to extinction, in large part, to human interference. Sometimes that interference is direct: poaching for big game trophies or animal tusks, and sometimes, it’s indirect; this includes land development that disrupts habitats and entire ecosystems and the climate change problem. Still, there are things we can do to alleviate extinction rates such as designating an area a wildlife refuge or a species as 'protected' and even creating a wildlife-friendly space in your own backyard.

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