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Illustration of colorful numbers with symbols for comparison (greater than, less than, equal to) to aid in Grade 3 students' learning objectives of comparing numbers.

Crafting Clear Objectives: Grade 3 Lesson on Numbers and Comparing for Comprehensive Learning

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Question: define clear and measurable learning objectives for the lesson of Numbers and comparing in Grade 3? Remembering,understanding,analysing,evaluating,applying,creating

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Learning objectives for a Grade 3 lesson on Numbers and Comparing, can be defined using Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering: 1. To recall and list the numbers from 1 to 1000. 2. To remember the terms 'greater than', 'less than', 'equal to' and what they mean. Understanding: 1. To understand what numbers and comparing means in mathematics. 2. To comprehend how to classify the numbers as either greater than, less than or equal to each other. Analysing: 1. To analyze a set of numbers to determine which ones are larger and which are smaller. 2. To group numbers into categories such as 'even', 'odd', 'greater than 500', etc. Evaluating: 1. To evaluate a sequence of numbers and identify if they are ordered from smallest to largest or largest to smallest. 2. To evaluate whether a given statement like 'Is 567 greater than 435?' is true or false. Applying: 1. To apply the concept of comparing numbers in real-life contexts, such as comparing times, distances, heights, etc. 2. To apply the symbols for less than, equal to, and greater than in appropriate situations. Creating: 1. To create and solve problems that involve comparing and ordering numbers. 2. To create a number line to visually compare a set of numbers. These learning objectives clarify what the students should be able to do by the end of the lesson, and they can be measured through assessments and observations, ensuring that they fully understand the concept.

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April 14, 2024, 5:05 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 14, 2024

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