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# IB MYP LESSON PLAN OUTLINE: SMK SG TAPANG

## 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?