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PRESENTED BY : MISS NITU K V AURANGABAD TOPIC : SUBTRACTION CLASS : I SUBJECT : MATHS

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COMPETENCY : Understanding the basic concept, Knowledge, Ability to compute and problem solving ability. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES : 1. Subtraction as taking away, as comarision and as complementary addition. 2. Subtraction using real objects and pictures. 3. To understand how to compare and tell how many more. 4. To understand how many more to be added. 5. To understand the usage of symbol. 6. Use of zero in subtraction.

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SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES : 1. Students are blindfolded and asked to guess the things kept in a bag. 2. Making a postcard holder and students will see how many books it can hold. 3. Make a tiny tree using a sheet of paper and scissor. 4. Make a tower collecting different things such as books, boxes, erasers,matchboxes, glasses etc. 5. Playing of “ Coin play “ and see which type of coin rolls, slides and draw a figure by joining the dots in ascending order starting from a given number.

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T.L.M. : Materials : - * Books, copies,pencil box, eraser,scale,sharpener * Coloured papers, postcards,scissors, gum bottle,shoe boxes, tin boxes,glasses etc. * P P T, Maths game etc.

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