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Mathematics Lab Manual Class XII | 14 Activities

    Mathematics Lab Manual Class XII 14 lab activities for class 12 with complete observation Tables strictly according to the CBSE syllabus also very useful & helpful for the students and teachers. General instructions All these activities are strictly according to the CBSE syllabus. Students need to complete atleast 12 activity from the list of 14 activities. Students can make their own selection.

Lesson Plan Math Class 8 (Ch-2) | Cube & Cube Roots

E- LESSON PLAN   SUBJECT MATHEMATICS    CLASS- 8

Lesson Plan for CBSE mathematics class 8 Cube and Cube Roots, Step by step teaching strategy for mathematics teachers. Perfect lesson plan which makes the teaching learning process perfect

E-LESSON PLAN MATHEMATICS
CLASS-VIII
CHAPTER-2 CUBE & CUBE ROOTS

NAME OF THE TEACHER

DINESH KUMAR

CLASS

VIII

CHAPTER

02

SUBJECT

MATHEMATICS

TOPIC

CUBE & CUBE ROOTS

 DURATION : 10 Class Meetings

PRE- REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE:-

Materials:

Whiteboard and markers, Calculator Worksheets with problems related to squares and square roots. Real-life examples related to cube and cube roots.

Learning Objective: 

  • To introduce the concept of cube & cube roots to students.
  • To teach students how to calculate the cube and cube root of a number.
  • To help students understand the practical applications of cubes and cube roots.
  • Learning Outcomes

    By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

    • Define cube and cube root.
    • Find the cube of a given number.
    • Find the cube root of a given number.
    • Solve problems related to cube and cube root.

    RESOURCES

    NCERT Text Book,
    A Text Book of DAV Board
    Resource Material : 
    Worksheets , E-content, Basics and formulas from (cbsemathematics.com)

    KEY WORDS:

    Cube, Cube root, Factorization

    CONTENT OF THE TOPIC

    Concepts and important facts related to the cube and cube roots.

    • Cube of odd numbers is odd and cube of even numbers is even.
    • Cube of negative numbers is negative.
    • Factorization method of finding the cube root of a number.
    • Method of estimation of finding the cube root of a number.
    LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

    PROCEDURE OF THE LESSON PLAN

    Introduction: Start the lesson by asking students if they have heard the terms "cube" and "cube root" before. Then, define what cube and cube root are:

    Cube: The cube of a number is the number raised to the power of three. 

    For example, the cube of 2 is  2 x 2 x 2 = 8.

    Cube Root: The cube root of a number is the number that when cubed, gives the original number. 

    For example, the cube root of 8 is 2 because 2 x 2 x 2 = 8.

    Teaching:

    Demonstrate how to find the cube of a given number. Use some examples such as:

    33 = 27

    53 = 125

    (-2)3 = -8

    Explain how to find the cube root of a given number. Use some examples such as:

    Cube root of 27 = 3

    Cube root of 125 = 5

    Cube root of -8 = -2

    Provide some practice problems for the students to solve in pairs or individually. Example problems may include:

    a) Find the cube of 7 

    b) Find the cube root of 64 

    c) Find the cube of -4 

    d) Find the cube root of -125

    Once students have completed the practice problems, go over the answers as a class.

    Assessment: 

    Have the students complete a worksheet with additional practice problems on cube and cube root. Collect the worksheets and review them to identify any areas where students may need additional instruction.

    Conclusion: 

    Summarize the key concepts covered in the lesson and remind students of the importance of understanding cube and cube root in mathematics. Encourage them to practice these skills further to strengthen their understanding of the topic.


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