GRADE 7 MATHEMATICS SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1
Week  Lesson  Strand

Substrand  SpecificLearning outcomes  Learning Experience  Key Inquiry Question(S)  Learning
Resources 
Assessment Methods  Reflection 
1  1  Numbers  Whole numbers; Place value of digits up to hundreds of millions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify place value of digits up to hundreds of millions. b) Use a place value chart to find the place value of each digit. c) Use digital devices for learning more on place values. d) Appreciate the use of place value in real life situations.

Learners are guided to identify place value of digits up to hundreds of millions.
In groups, learners are guided to use a place value chart to find the place value of each digit.
In groups, learners are guided to use digital devices for learning more on place values.

What is place value?
How do you find place value of different digits? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 13

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2  Numbers  Total value of digits up to hundreds of millions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify total value of digits up to hundreds of thousands. b) Use a place value chart to find the total value of each digit c) Use digital devices for learning more on total value. d) Appreciate the use of total value in real life situations

Learners are guided to identify total value of digits up to hundreds of thousands.
In pairs, learners to use a place value chart to find the total value of each digit.
In groups, learners are guided to use digital devices for learning more on total value.

What is total value?
How do you work out the total value of digits? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 34

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3  Numbers  Reading and writing numbers in symbols up to hundreds of millions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify numbers in symbols. b) Make a number chart and read the numbers he/she has formed. c) Appreciate the use of numbers in symbols 
In groups, learners to make number cards with digits from 1 to 9.
Leaners to arrange the digits from smallest to largest and write down the number.
Individually, learners to read out the numbers formed.

When do we use number in symbols in real life?

· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 45

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4  Numbers  Reading and writing numbers in word up to millions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Read, write and relate numbers up to millions in words. b) Use numbers up to millions in real life. c) Appreciate the importance of writing numbers in words.

Learners are guided to read numbers up to millions in symbols from charts or cards.
In groups, pairs or as individual’s learners are guided to read, write and relate numbers up to millions in words.

Why is it important to read and write numbers in words?  Spark; Story moja Mathematics
Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 67
Place value chart Ruler Digital devices

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5  Numbers  Rounding off numbers to the nearest hundreds of millions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use a place value chart and round off numbers to the nearest hundreds of millions. b) State the importance of rounding off numbers. c) Appreciate the importance of rounding off numbers.

In groups, learners are guided to use a place value chart and round off numbers to the nearest hundreds of millions.
In groups, learners are guided to state the importance of rounding off numbers 
How do you round off numbers?
What is the importance of rounding off numbers? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 78

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2  1  Numbers  Classification of natural numbers; Odd numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of odd numbers. b) Identify odd numbers from one up to a million c) Play a game that involves odd numbers. d) Have fun and enjoy playing the games.

Learners to explain the meaning of odd numbers.
In groups, learners are guided to identify odd numbers from one up to a million.
In groups, learners are guided to play a game that involves odd numbers, E.g. Kahoot or Quizlet 
What is an odd numbers? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 810

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2  Numbers  Even numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of even numbers. b) Identify even numbers from one up to a million c) Play a game that involves even numbers. d) Have fun and enjoy playing the games.

Learners to explain the meaning of even numbers.
In groups, learners are guided to identify odd numbers from one up to a million.
In groups, learners are guided to play a game that involves even numbers, E.g. Kahoot or Quizlet

What is an even number? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 810

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3  Numbers  Prime numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of prime numbers. b) Identify prime numbers between one up to 100 c) Determine the sum of all prime numbers between one to 100 d) Appreciate the importance of prime numbers.

Learners are guided to explain the meaning of prime numbers.
In pairs, learners are guided to identify prime numbers between one up to 100
Individually, learners are guided to determine the sum of all prime numbers between one to 100

What are prime numbers? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1011

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4  Numbers  Combined operations on whole numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of BODMAS b) Work out combined operations of whole numbers using BODMAS c) Identify other applications of whole numbers in real life. d) Appreciate the use of BODMAS in combined operations.

Learners to explain the meaning of BODMAS.
Individually, learners to work out combined operations of whole numbers using BODMAS
In groups, learners are guided to identify other applications of whole numbers in real life 
What does BODMAS stand for? 
· Place value chart · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1112

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5  Numbers  Number sequence  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify the rule that relates one number to the next. b) Count forwards numbers in hundreds to form a pattern between 100 1000 c) Pick and play with cards to form various number sequence between 1001000 d) Appreciate forming number sequence using number cards between 1001000

In pairs, learners are guided to identify the rule that relates one number to the next.
In pairs, learners are guided to count forwards numbers in hundreds to form a pattern between 100 1000
In pairs, learners are guided to pick and play with cards to form various number sequence between 1001000

What is number sequence? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1213

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3  1  Numbers  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly.

Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly 
· Assessment books · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1314

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2  Numbers  Factors: Divisibility test; Divisibility test of 2, 5 and 10  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify the numbers that are divisible by 2, 5 and 10 b) Recognize numbers that are divisible by 2, 5 and 10 from different set of number. c) Appreciate numbers that are divisible by 2, 5 and 10

In groups, learners are guided to identify the numbers that are divisible by 2, 5 and 10
Individually, learners are guided to recognize numbers that are divisible by 2, 5 and 10 from different set of number 
Which numbers are divisible by 2, 5 and 10? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1415

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3  Numbers  Divisibility test of 3, 6 and 11  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Draw a divisibility chart b) List the numbers that are divisible by 3, 6 and 11 c) Determine numbers that are divisible by 3, 6 and 11 from different set of number. d) Appreciate numbers that are divisible by 3, 6 and 11

In groups, learners to study a divisibility chart.
In groups, learners are guided to list the numbers that are divisible by 3, 6 and 11
In pairs, learners are guided to determine numbers that are divisible by 3, 6 and 11 from different set of number 
Which numbers are divisible by 3, 6 and 11? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1516

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4  Numbers  Divisibility test of 4, 8 and 9  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Draw a divisibility chart b) List the numbers that are divisible by 4, 8 and 9 c) Use the divisibility chart, determine numbers that are divisible by 4, 8 and 9. d) Appreciate numbers that are divisible by 4, 8 and 9

In groups, learners are guided to draw a divisibility chart.
In pairs, learners are guided to list the numbers that are divisible by 4, 8 and 9
Individually, learners are guided to use the divisibility chart, determine numbers that are divisible by 4, 8 and 9 
Which numbers are divisible by 4, 8 and 9? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1718

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5  Numbers  Divisibility test  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use a digital device to search and play a game on divisibility tests. b) Watch a video on a divisibility song using the link on learner’s book and sing the song. c) Watch a video on a divisibility poem using the link on learner’s book and narrate the poem. d) Have fun and enjoy singing the song and narrating the poem.

Learners are guided to use a digital device to search and play a game on divisibility tests.
In groups, learners are guided to watch a video on a divisibility song using the link on learner’s book and sing the song.
In groups, learners are guided to watch a video on a divisibility poem using the link on learner’s book and narrate the poem 
What have you learnt about divisibility test? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 18

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4  1  Numbers  Composite numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of composite numbers. b) Identify different methods of factorization. c) Use a factor tree to list the factors of different numbers. d) Appreciate the importance of factor tree.

Learners to explain the meaning of composite numbers.
In groups, learners are guided to identify different methods of factorization.
Individually, learners are guided to use a factor tree to list the factors of different numbers 
What are composite numbers?

· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1821

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2  Numbers  Greatest Common Divisor (GCD)  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) b) Determine the factors that are common in various numbers c) Appreciate the use of GCD

Learners are guided to explain the meaning of Greatest Common Divisor (GCD)
In pairs, learners to determine the factors that are common in various numbers 
What is GCD? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2122

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3  Numbers  Least Common Multiple (LCM)  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of Least Common Multiple (LCM) b) Calculate the LCM of different numbers. c) Appreciate the use of LCM

Learners are guided to explain the meaning of Least Common Multiple (LCM)
Individually, learners are guided to work out the LCM of different numbers. 
What is LCM? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2324

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4  Numbers  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly.

Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly 
Assessment books Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 25

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5  Numbers  Fractions; Comparing fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify numerator and denominator of fractions. b) Compare different fractions of numbers. c) Play a game of comparing fractions, such as quizzes d) Have fun and enjoy playing various games.

Learners are guided to identify numerator and denominator of fractions.
In pairs, learners are guided to compare different fractions of numbers.
In groups, learners to play a game of comparing fractions, such as quizzes

What are numerators and denominators? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2527

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5  1  Numbers  Ordering fractions; Ordering fractions in an ascending and descending order

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Define ascending order. b) Arrange fractions in an ascending order. c) Enjoy arranging fractions in an ascending order.

Learners to define ascending order.
Individually, learners are guided to arrange fractions in an ascending order 
What does ascending order mean? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2729 
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2  Numbers  Ordering fractions in an ascending and descending order  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Define descending order. b) Arrange fractions in a descending order. c) Enjoy arranging fractions in a descending order.

Learners to define descending order.
Individually, learners to arrange fractions in a descending order 
What does descending order mean? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2729

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3  Numbers  Operations involving fractions; Addition and Subtraction of fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Create a number line and use it to add fractions. b) Explain the formula of adding different fractions. c) Have fun and enjoy adding different fractions.

In pairs, learners to create a number line and use it to add fractions.
In groups, learners to explain the formula of adding different fractions 
Which formula do you use to add fractions? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2931

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4  Numbers  Addition and Subtraction of fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Create a number line and use it to subtract fractions. b) Explain the formula of subtracting fractions. c) Convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. d) Have fun and enjoy subtracting different fractions.

In pairs, learners are guided to create a number line and use it to subtract fractions.
In pairs, learners to explain the formula of subtracting fractions.
In pairs, learners are guided to convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions

Which formula do you use to subtracting fractions?
How do you convert mixed fractions into improper fractions? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2931

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5  Numbers  Multiplication  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the table in learner’s book. b) Give their answer in a simplified form c) Appreciate the importance of multiplication table. 
In groups, learners are guided to copy and complete the table in learner’s book.
In groups, learners to give their answer in a simplified form 
What is the simplified form of 4/10? 
· Multiplication table · Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 3233

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6  HALF TERM BREAK  
7  1  Numbers  Reciprocals of fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of reciprocal of fractions. b) Work out the reciprocal of fractions. c) Have fun and enjoy working out reciprocal of fractions.

Learners to explain the meaning of reciprocal of fractions.
In pairs, learners to work out the reciprocal of fractions.

What is reciprocal?  · Ruler
· Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 3334 
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2  Numbers  Division involving fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Make fractions cards and divide each fraction b) Work out division involving fractions. c) Use an IT device, watch a video on operations involving fractions. Use the link in learner’s book d) Take caution when using sharp objects.

In groups, learners are guided to make fractions cards and divide each fraction.
In groups, learners are guided to use an IT device, watch a video on operations involving fractions. Use the link in learner’s book
Individually, learners to work out division involving fractions

Which formula do you use to work out division involving fractions?  ·
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 3436

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3  Numbers  Number sequence involving fractions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify the rule that relates one number to the next consecutive numbers. b) Determine the common difference to identify rule of a sequence. c) Use IT devices for learning more on fractions and for enjoyment. d) Appreciate the use of fractions in reallife situations. 
In groups, learners are guided to identify rule that relates one number to the next consecutive numbers.
In groups, learners are guided to determine the common difference to identify rule of a sequence.
In groups, learners are guided to use IT devices for learning more on fractions and for enjoyment

What are the next two numbers in the sequence below 4 ½, 4, 3 ½, 3, –, –? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 3637

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4  Numbers  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly.

Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly  · Ruler
· Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 38

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5  Numbers  Decimals; Identifying place values of decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the table in learner’s book. b) Determine the place value of different decimals. c) Appreciate the use of decimals.

In groups, learners are guided to copy and complete the table in learner’s book.
Individually, learners are guided to determine the place value of different decimals 
What is the place value of the digit in brackets 365.876 (7)? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 3840

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8  1  Numbers  Total value of decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify the total value of decimals. b) Determine the total value of different digits in different numbers. c) Appreciate the total value of decimals.

In pairs, learners to identify the total value of decimals.
In groups, learners are guided to determine the total value of different digits in different numbers. 
What is the total value of each digit in the number 7.68231? 
· Ruler · Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4041

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2  Numbers  Multiplication involving decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the multiplication table in learner’s book. b) Work out multiplication involving decimals. c) Watch a video on how to multiply decimals using grids. Use the link on learner’s book. d) Appreciate the importance of multiplication table.

In groups, learners to copy and complete the multiplication table in learner’s book.
Using a calculator, learners to work out multiplication involving decimals.
In groups, learners to watch a video on how to multiply decimals using grids.

What is 0.3 x 0.6? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4244

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3  Numbers  Division involving decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Make number cards and divide each number. b) Work out division involving decimals. c) Appreciate the use of decimals. 
In groups, learners to make number cards and divide each number.
Individually, learners to work out division involving decimals 
Which formula do you use to work out division involving decimals?  Ruler
Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 424445 
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4  Numbers  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly.

Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly  Assessment books
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 46

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5  Numbers  Squares and square roots; Squares of whole numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify squares of whole numbers. b) Work out squares of numbers using long multiplication. c) Use a calculator to work out squares of whole numbers. d) Enjoy working out squares of whole numbers.

In pairs, learners are guided to work out squares of numbers using long multiplication.
In pairs, learners to use a calculator to work out squares of whole numbers 
What is the area of a square plot of land with length 130m?  Ruler
Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4648

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9  1  Numbers

Squares of fractions and decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the chart in learner’s book and identify the perfect squares of decimals. b) Work out the square of different decimals. c) Have fun and enjoy working out squares of different decimals.

In groups, learners are guided to copy and complete the chart in learner’s book and identify the perfect squares of decimals.
In groups, learners to work out the square of different decimals 
What is the square of 2 ¼?  Ruler
Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4950

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2  Numbers  Squares of fractions and decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the chart in learner’s book and identify the perfect square of fractions. b) Work out the squares of different fractions. c) Have fun and enjoy working out squares of different decimals.

In groups, learners are guided to copy and complete the chart in learner’s book and identify the perfect square of fractions.
In groups, learners to work out the squares of different fractions 
What is the square of 1.44?  Spark; Story moja Mathematics
Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4950
Ruler Digital devices

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3  Numbers  Square root; Square roots of whole numbers  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Identify square root of whole numbers. b) Work out square root of numbers using long multiplication. c) Use a calculator to work out square root of whole numbers. d) Enjoy working out square root of whole numbers.

In pairs, learners are guided to work out square root of numbers using long multiplication.
In pairs, learners to use a calculator to work out square root of whole numbers.
Individually, learners to identify square root of whole numbers 
What is the square root of 450, 241? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 5053

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4  Numbers  Square roots of fractions and decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the table in learner’s book and identify squares of fractions from the table and their respective square roots. b) Use a calculator, work out the square root of different numbers. c) Enjoy working out the square root of fractions.

In groups, learners to copy and complete the table in learner’s book and identify squares of fractions from the table and their respective square roots.
In groups, learners are guided to use a calculator, work out the square root of different numbers

What is the square root of 4 57/196?

Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 5357

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5  Numbers  Square roots of fractions and decimals  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Copy and complete the table in learner’s book. b) Use factor method and long division method to determine the square root of different decimals. c) Enjoy working out the square root of decimals.

In groups, learners are guided to copy and complete the table in learner’s book.
In pairs, learners to use factor method to determine the square root of different decimals.
In pairs, learners to use long division method to determine the square root of different decimals.

What is the square root of 10.89? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 5357 
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10  1  Numbers  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly. 
Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly. 
Assessment books Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 58 
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2  Algebra  Algebraic expressions; Forming algebraic expressions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Collect all the pens, pencils and rulers and classify the items according to their similarities and differences. b) Form algebraic expressions. c) Enjoy forming algebraic expressions.

In groups, learners are guided to collect all the pens, pencils and rulers and classify the items according to their similarities and differences.
In pairs, learners are guided to form algebraic expressions.

What are algebraic expressions? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 5960

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3  Algebra  Simplifying algebraic expressions  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Simplify algebraic expressions using the BODMAS rule. b) Use digital device, search for a video clip on application of algebraic expressions. Use the link in learner’s book. c) Enjoy simplifying algebraic expressions.

Individually, learners are guided to simplify algebraic expressions using the BODMAS rule.
In groups, learners are guided to use digital device, search for a video clip on application of algebraic expressions. Use the link in learner’s book 
How do you calculate the sum of three consecutive numbers if the smallest number is x? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6062

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4  Algebra  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly. 
Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly. 
Assessment books Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 62

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5  Algebra  Linear equations; Forming linear equations in one unknown  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Work out Activity 1 in learner’s book 7 page 63 b) Form linear equations in one unknown. c) Roleplay activities involving equations with one unknown d) Enjoy forming linear equations in one unknown.

In groups, learners are guided to work Activity 1 in learner’s book 7 page 63
In pairs, learners to form linear equations in one unknown.
In groups, learners are guided to role play activities involving equations with one unknown

Which formula do you use to form linear equations in one unknown? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6364

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11  1  Algebra  Solving linear equations in one unknown  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use a digital device to watch a video on solving linear equations. b) Solve linear equations in one unknown. c) Enjoy solving linear equations in one unknown.

In groups, learners to use a digital device to watch a video on solving linear equations.
Individually, learners are guided to solve linear equations in one unknown 
What is the unknown in 3x – 6 = 12? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6466

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2  Algebra  Application of linear equations  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Discuss different situations in life where they can apply linear equations. b) List down the applications discussed. c) Do the exercise in learner’s book 7 page 67 d) Apply linear equations in life

In groups, learners are guided to discuss different situations in life where they can apply linear equations.
In groups, learners to list down the applications discussed.
Individually, learners to do the exercise in learner’s book 7 page 67

Where do we apply linear equations in real life?  Ruler
Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6667

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3  Algebra  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly. 
Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly.  Assessment books
Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6869

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4  Algebra  Linear inequalities; Forming linear inequality in one unknown  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use inequality cards to complete simple inequality statements. b) Use inequality cards/objects to form simple linear inequalities with one unknown. c) Enjoy forming linear inequality in one unknown

In groups, learners are guided to use inequality cards to complete simple inequality statements.
In groups, learners are guided to use inequality cards/objects to form simple linear inequalities with one unknown 
What is the value of x in the inequality below 3x 15 > 10? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6870

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5  Algebra  Illustrations of simple inequalities on a number line  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Draw and represent simple inequality statements on a number line. b) Use digital device, watch a video on representing inequalities on a number line. Use the link in learner’s book. c) Appreciate simple inequalities on a number line.

In groups, learners are guided to draw and represent simple inequality statements on a number line.
In groups, learners are guided to use digital device, watch a video on representing inequalities on a number line. 
What is the value of p in the inequality below p + 8 < 10? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7071

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12  1  Algebra  Compound inequality statements in one unknown  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Explain the meaning of compound inequalities. b) Use inequality cards to complete compound inequality statements. c) Solve each question by forming and solving an appropriate inequality.

In groups, learners are guided to explain the meaning of compound inequalities.
In groups, learners to use inequality cards to complete compound inequality statements.
Individually, learners to solve each question by forming and solving an appropriate inequality.

What is compound inequalities? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7172

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2  Algebra  Illustration of compound inequalities on a number line  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Draw and represent compound inequality statements on a number line. b) Use IT graphing tools to present solutions to inequalities. c) Appreciate compound inequalities on a number line.

In groups, learners to draw and represent compound inequality statements on a number line.
In groups, learners to use IT graphing tools to present solutions to inequalities 
What is the value of n in the inequality below n + 6< 12? 
Ruler Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7274

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3  Measurements  Pythagorean relationship; Identifying Pythagorean relationship  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use a digital device, search for the names of the sides of a rightangled triangle. b) Identify Pythagorean relationship. c) Recognize the sides of a rightangled triangle in different situations d) Contemplate working easily using Pythagorean theory.

In groups, learners to use digital device, search for the names of the sides of a rightangled triangle.
In groups, learners are guided to recognize the sides of a rightangled triangle in different situations.
In groups, learners are guided to identify Pythagorean relationship.

What is the hypotenuse in a right angle triangle whose height is 3 and base 4?
Calculate the hypotenuse of the triangle where height is x and base is y?

Mathematical set Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7579

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4  Measurements  Application of Pythagorean relationship in real life  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
a) Use a digital device, watch a video on the reallife application of the Pythagorean theorem. Use the link in learner’s book. b) Apply the Pythagorean relationship to reallife situations. c) Promote the use of the Pythagoras Theorem in reallife situations.

In groups, learners to use a digital device, watch a video on the reallife application of the Pythagorean theorem. Use the link in learner’s book.
Learners to apply the Pythagorean relationship to reallife situations

What are the areas in life where the Pythagorean theory can be applied? 
Mathematical set Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7980

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5  Measurements  Revision  By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Answer topical questions correctly. 
Learners are guided to answer topical questions correctly. 
Mathematical set Digital devices Spark; Story moja Mathematics Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 80


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