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Grade 3

Mathematics

The objective of teaching Mathematics is to develop the skills of problem-solving and logical reasoning within learners. In Grade 3, the curriculum is structured in a manner that allows learners to enhance their knowledge of mathematical concepts through an applicative approach.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Concept

  • The learner represents three-digit numbers with ease.
  • The learner links concepts learned in previous grades  to acquire a better understanding.
  • The learner develops an understanding of multiplicative and divisional relations of two-digit numbers.

Confidence

  • The learner differentiates between 2-D and 3-D figures.
  • The learner describes various 2-D figures discriminately.
  • The learner determines the missing number in equation involving simple addition and subtraction.

Clarity

  • The learner gets an overall understanding of numeric operations learned till now.
  • The learner develops the skill of counting forwards and backward in halves and quarters for numbers up to two-digits.
  •  The learner is able to describe the movement and locations of objects.

Application

  • The learner represents simple data in the form of bar graphs and tables.
  • The learner identifies basic known angles in physical objects present in the surroundings.
  • The learner judges basic numeric patterns.

Innovation

  • The learner performs complex addition and subtraction problems.
  • The learner analyzes shapes and patterns.
  • The learner recognizes different kinds of quadrilaterals.

Compassion

  • The learner begins to work with others to promote qualities such as team-work.
  • The learner develops the habit of respecting others.
  •  The learner motivates peers to solve problems within their abilities.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Concept - The learner is able to:

  • Demonstrate larger than or lesser than numbers up to three-digit;
  • Solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of two-digit numbers.
  • Work on basic multiplication and division of three-digit numbers.

Confidence - The learner is able to:

  • Compares basic 2-D and 3-D shapes;
  • Identify and differentiate basic types of 2-D figures;
  • Describes objects found in day-to-day life geometrically in terms of shapes an sizes.

Clarity - The learner is able to:

  • Develop reasoning for the performance of addition and subtraction on two-digit numbers;
  • Perform simple addition and subtraction with proficiency;
  • Attempt at solving problems of addition and subtraction on three-digit numbers.

Application - The learner is able to:

  • Organize primary data in the form of simple bar graphs;
  • Classify different angles of objects through observation;
  • Understand the concept of finding logics in basic numeric patterns.

Innovation - The learner is able to:

  • Solve questions with ease on two and three-digit numbers;
  • Develop an interest in geometrical shapes and patterns;
  • Maximize one’s potential in problem-solving.

Compassion - The learner is able to:

  • Work effectively in a team;
  • Encourage peers to learn further;
  • Appreciate others’ positive nature.
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