Warning: No part of this site may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form without the prior permission of the website owner is strictly prohibited.

10th class Maths Activities

10th class Maths Activities Prepared by (Neeraj Pratap Singh)

This Pdf will containe total 30 maths Activities
It is a general saying that mathematics is by doing only. The concepts for which theproof/verification is done by experimentation or activities are better understood bylearners are retained in their brains for longer period of time. Jen Piaget, an psychologists, while writing his thesis on concept formation in children, has broughtout that all abstract concepts, can be brought down to the concrete operational stage,and can be understood and retained in a better way. For example, if the abstract concept of number two, is illustrated by showing two apples, two oranges or anyother two similar objects, which the learners can touch and handle, the learnerunderstands in better way.
The human brain is capable of storing only limited amount of information. Theinformation (concepts) which are repeatedly learnt and practiced, are permanentlystored in the brains of children which help in learning of concepts. The activitieswhich are repeatedly done for understanding concepts help the understanding forthose concepts.
Mathematics laboratory is a place where learners can learn and explore difficultmathematical concepts and verify mathematical facts, formulae and theorems/resultsthrough a variety of activities and handling related projects using non-costly materialsavailable in their environment. A mathematics laboratory can create mathematical awareness, skill building, positive attitudes towards the subject and above all ideasof learning by doing.
It is the place where learners can learn certain concepts using concrete objects andverify mathematical facts. Formulae and properties by using modes, measurementsand the other activities. Here the learners handle the concrete materials, make modelsof their own by their own imagination and verify the facts/formulae.
Design and Lay out of the Mathematics Laboratory
In mathematics laboratory there should be sufficient space to accommodate atleast 30 learners for doing activities/experiments at a time.
Materials Required: Sheets of paper of different Colours, Glazed paper scales, Wooden boards, Nails, Threads, Thermo cole piece, Cardboard square and Triangular grids, Pins and Clips, Wooden and paper strip, Cutter (paper), Scissor, Adhesive/fevicol, sketch pen, Gun geometry box (Bigger – Wooden), Graph paper (inches/cm both, Pencils of different colours, Colour box, Knobs, Tracing paper 
Human Resoure: It is desirable to have a laboratory assistant (with mathematics background), in charge of the mathematical lab. He expected to have special skills required to handle different instruments, needed for practical work. He should be able to repair things, if they are not in order and keep the materials ready for carrying out activities in the following days.
Time – Desired: 15% to 20% of total time for mathematics syllabus to be devoted to mathematics laboratory.

10th class Maths Activities,Maths Activities,10th class maths laboratory activities,maths activities for class 8,maths activities for class 10 pdf,maths activities for grade 10,maths activities class 10,maths design activities,maths activities grade 10,maths activities high school,maths activities of class 10
Previous
Next Post »
0 Komentar