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Skills Targeted/Learning Outcomes: What core objectives will be addressed?

1. Identify the concept of relations.

Which MYP objectives will be addressed?

1.1Represent relations using 1 arrow diagrams 2 ordered pairs 3 graphs 1.2 Identify domain, co domain, object, image and range of a relation.

1.3 Classify a relation shown on a mapped diagram as: one to one, many to one, one to many or many to many relation. Materials Needed:
Use pictures, role-play and computer software to introduce the concept of relations.

Area of Interaction Focus: What fits naturally? Approaches to Learning Environments Approaches to Learning: Identify Unit ATL Skills: Organisation Collaboration Communication Information literacy Reflection Thinking Transfer Link to Other Subject(s): Language A Community and Service Human Ingenuity How will we use these identified ATL skills to facilitate vertical articulation? (Refer to page 23-25 From Principles to Practice) 1. Students work in groups. 2. Students apply knowledge and concepts of relation in functions Health and Social Education

To which subject(s) does this lesson have a natural link? Language B Physical Education Arts

MathematicsMathematics, Additional Mathematics SciencesBiology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science

HumanitiesHistory, Geography, Commerce, Moral Studies, Civics and Citizenship studies, Islamic studies

TechnologyRekacipta, Living Skills, Agricultural Science, Information And Communication technology, Home Economics

Students Own LanguageMandarin

Learner Profile: What attributes of the learner profile that could be encouraged? Thinkers Open-Minded Principled Balanced Caring Reflective Knowledgeable

Risk-Takers/Courageous Inquirers Communicators Assessment: What assessment task will be most appropriate? Creation of solutions in response to problems. Lesson Plan Details/learning activities: How are you going to teach?

Students are divided into groups and use their knowledge from Chapter 2 and 4 to translate the mapping diagram into Mathematics equations. Students will consider the following questions: What are the common elements in relation? Which type of relations are not considered as functions? Area of Interaction: How will this lesson teach your chosen area? Approaches to learningStudents are encouraged to work in groups and to develop further on their thinking skills. Learner Profile: How will you encourage attributes of the learner profile? Inquirers- Students develop questioning skills on how to solve the given problems. Thinkers-Students examine further on ways to represent relations of function

Reflection: What opportunities exist for reflection both on the unit, student learning, and our own learning?