Reading Numbers from 11 through 100 in Symbols and in Words I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Read numbers from 11 through 100 symbols and in words Psychomotor: Identify numbers of sets with 11 to 100 objects Affective: Practice good study habits II. Learning Content Skill: Reading number from 11 through 100in symbols and in words Reference: BEC PELC I A 2.2 Materials: popsicle sticks, twigs, stones, seashells, bottle caps or any available materials in the community, pictures, cutouts of objects, printed words (11-100), hundred chart, calendar Value: Doing one's homework conscientiously (good study habits) III. Learning Experinces A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Flash number cards previously learned and have pupils identify them. (Use picture cards/flash cards.) Example: 2. Review Write the number of tens and ones. 3. Motivation a. Tell a story to the class: One day, Len looked at their calendar. She wanted to know what day is her birthday. She looked at the month of December and counted 1-11. Her birthday is on December 11 and it's a Saturday. b. Ask the class, “When is Len's birthday?” How was she able to know her birthday? (She looked at the calendar. She read the number on the calendar.) B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. Show the calendar and have the pupils read the numbers consecutively. Direct pupils attention to the last number in the calendar and have a pupil identify it (31). Ask the class to tell the number that should follow 31. (32) Display the hundred chart and call on individual pupils to read the numbers consecutively up to 100. b. Display 10 pictures on the chart having sets with numbers 11-100 ramdomly chosen (Ex. Set of 35 leaves, set of 60 cards, set of 89 sticks etc.) c. Have pupils identify the set orally (35 leavs, 60 circles, 89 sticks etc.) d. Introduce the words for each number using printed words in a chart. Tell the pupils that we can read other numbers by starting from the tens and add words for ones. Ex. Thirty-one = 31. 2. Fixing Skills/Practice Guessing Game: The teacher tells a riddle, then let a pupil write the answer in figures and in words. (Note: Explain the meaning of the number that comes before, after and between.) a. I am a two-digit number. I come before 21. What number am I? (20) b. I am a number. I am between 59 and 61. What number am I? (60) c. I am two-digit number. I come after 93. What number am I? (92) d. I am a two-digit number. I am the first in the tens column. What number am I? (10) e. I am a two-digit number. I am between 89 and 91. What umber am I? (90) 3. Generalization - Ask the pupils what they can do with the numbers. Illicit the answer. Numbers can be written in symbols and in words. - When we write a two-word number name, write the tens first, put a hypen then write the ones. Examples: twenty-one, forty-six C. Application Box the correct number for each set. IV. Evaluation A. Write the words in figures. 1. thirty-five = 2. fourteen = 3. ninety = 4. one hundred = 5. fifty-seven = B. Match column A with Column B. Write the letter only. A B _____1. seventeen a. 59 _____2. fifty-nine b. 31 _____3. thirty-one c. 44 _____4. eighty-five d. 24 _____5. forty-four e. 85 f.17 *Valuing: Before you let the pupils copy the assigment, teke up the importance of studying and doing their homework to become good students. V. Assignment Draw the sets and write the number word. 1) 11 6) 35 2) 85 7) 44 3) 26 8) 92 4) 50 9) 66 5) 77 10) 89
"Reading Numbers from 11 through 100 in Symbols and in Words"