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DAY TOPIC OBJECTIVES/RPK TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES CORE POINTS EVALUATION

DATE SUB-TOPIC TEACHING/LEARNING MATERIALS REMARKS


DURATION
Modulo of a Nu By the end of the lesson the TLM
mber student will be able to: Analogue Clock
Perform Exercise 1.1
2.1.1 Calculate the value of n INTRODUCTION questions 1 (h), 2 (v),
umbers for a given modulo Review division with students which results in remain Dividend, Divisor, Quotient, Remai 3 (d), 4 (a) and 5 (b)
der. Rewrite the division a/b in the form of a=bq+r, w nder
RPK here a is dividend, b is divisor, q is the quotient and r Expected answers
Students can perform division is the remainder. 1 (h) 10
and state in the form of quo 2 (v) 2 pm
tient plus remainder. ACTIVITIES 3 (d) 0,1,2,3,4
Use the clock to explain the concept of modulo a mod b = r is a/b = aq + r 4 (a) 6
Students can convert numbers Guide students to establish the relationship between m Example 6 mood 5=1, 6/5 =1(5)+1 5 (b) 8
between bases odulo and number bases. 9 mod 4=1, 9/4 =2(4)+1

Demonstrate with students how to calculate the modul


o if a given of a number with examples from students'
text book.

CLOSURE
Invite questions from students. Give evaluation exercis
e. Exercise 1.1 questions 1 (h), 2 (v), 3 (d), 4 (a) and
5 (b)