# Telling the Time Unit Plan – Year 1 and Year 2

7 x Lessons

This Mathematics unit addresses the concept of telling the time to the hour, half hour and quarter hour.

It consists of 7 lessons of approximately 60 minutes duration.

The sequence of lessons and suggested time frames should be regarded as a guide only; teachers should pace lessons in accordance with the individual learning needs of their class.

An assessment task for monitoring student understanding of the unit objectives is included and will require an additional lesson.

## Lessons

##### Lesson 1 60 minutes

A 60 minute lesson in which students will understand and recognize the features of the analog clock.

### Telling the Time to the Half Hour (Analog Clock)

A 60 minute lesson in which students will tell the time on an analog clock to the half hour.

### Skip Counting by 5s

A 60 minute lesson in which students will skip count in 5s when telling the time.

##### Lesson 4 60 minutes

A 60 minute lesson in which students will understand and recognize the features of the digital clock; and differentiate between digital and analog clocks.

### Revising Analog and Digital Time

A 60 minute lesson in which students will revise analog and digital times.

### Telling the Time to the Quarter Hour (1)

A 60 minute lesson in which students will tell the time to the quarter hour on analog clocks.

### Telling the Time to the Quarter Hour (2)

A 60 minute lesson in which students will tell the time to the quarter hour on analog clocks.

### Telling the Time Assessment - Year 1 and Year 2

A 60 minute assessment designed to assess student learning.

#### Common Core State Standards alignment

Grade 1 > Standards for Mathematical Practice > Measurement & Data > Tell and write time > CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.B.3
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

Grade 2 > Standards for Mathematical Practice > Measurement & Data > Work with time and money > CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.7
Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.