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Hi everyone, my name is Miss Sabzvari, and I'm really excited that you decided to join me today for our math lesson.

The unit that we're studying is Time.

In the previous lesson, we focused on knowing, that there are 24 hours in one day.

In today's lesson we'll focus on knowing that there are 60 minutes in one hour, So, when you're ready, let's begin.

Let's have a look at today's lesson agenda.

So first, we'll begin by discussing 60 minutes in one hour.

Then we'll move on to a talk task, after that we'll discuss minutes or hours, and finally, you will complete your independent tasks.

And before we begin today's lesson, you will need the following items. You will need something to write with, and something to write on, and you need an analogue clock.

If you don't have one, that's okay.

You can draw a clock on your piece of paper instead.

So please pause the video now, and get the items that you need.

60 minutes in one hour, there're 60 minutes in one hour.

So my turn your turn.

I know there're 60 minutes in one hour.

Good job.

And how many hours on one day? Great work, 24 hours are in one day, and 60 minutes are in one hour.

What can you tell me about this clock? Pause the video now and share your answer to the screen.

Good job so, we can see that this is the hour hand and the hour hand points the hour scale, okay? So let's read the hour scale together, 1,2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11,12.

And this, is the minute hand, and we know that the minute hand, points to the minute scale, okay.

The minute scale if you have a good look is going up and once but what we can do is to skip count in fives, okay? So let's do that together, 5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40, 45,50, 55,60 so there's 60 minutes in one hour.

Why do you think it's better if we skip counts in fives rather than counting each individual dot, for each individual minute? Tell your screen.

Good job because we can see that the minutes go up in fives, and therefore, it's quicker and it's easier for us to skip counting fives.

Take a look at the pictures on our screen.

Here we can see that, we have made the minute scale with some cubes.

Okay, each cube represents one minute, how many cubes do you think, we have used to create the minute scale? Good job, 60 cubes, okay, because each cube represents one minute.

So what I would like you to do now is to pick up your clock if you have one, and we're going to skip count in 5 and point to the minute scale as we do so.

If you don't have a clock, that's okay.

You can point to the screen instead, okay, so let's begin.

Fingers should be pointing to 60 minutes, ready to start, skip counting, 5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40, 45,50, 55,60 Great job.

And as soon as we get to 60 we go back to one.

Okay, great job.

So now let's try it our clock, are we ready? Have we got our fingers in the right place? Let's skip count together.

3,2,1, 5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40, 45,50, 55,60.

Great job.

Tell your screen how many minutes are in one hour, 60 minutes, good.

So how many times do you think the minute hand, is going to go around the clock in one hour? Once, well done, so the minute hand, will go around the clock once, until it gets to the next hour, great work.

So moving on to Talk Task.

What I would like you to do is to decide the value, in minutes, of the mark on the minutes scale, and I would like you to count in fives to help you, okay? So, like we've been skip counting, we'll start from 60 and you're going to skip count and fives until you get to the mark that we are looking for.

And once you're ready, we'll go through the answers together.

So let's have a look at the answers.

The first question, we know that it's 10 minutes but let's check.

5,10, good work.

Let's check the second question.

5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40, 45,50, 55, so we go 55, give yourself a pat on the back, well done.

And the next question, let's skip count in fives together.


Great work if you got that correct.

And the next one, let's skip count together, 5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40.

Great work.

Minutes or hours? So when has time felt fast? And when, has time felt really slow? Pause the video, and tell your screen.

That's right, sometimes we feel like time can go really quickly and sometimes time can go quite slow depending on what we're doing and how we're feeling.

Okay, we're going to do a little activity together.

I have my stopwatch here, and I am going to start it, and then I'm going to stop the stopwatch, and what I want you to do is, I want you to guess how many minutes have passed, okay.

Are you ready? And, start.

And stop, how many minutes has passed tell your screen? Good job.

So, that was 60 seconds or one minute.

Great job.

So, what happens in a minute hand when one minute passes? Pause the video and tell your screen.

Great job, so, as one minute passes, the minute hand, will have moved one mark on the minutes scale.

So show me on your clocks.

So let's have a look, and see what happens to the minute hand when it moves one minute, okay, so let's say that it is three o'clock and the minute hand will move one minute or one dot on the minute scale, okay.

So wherever it is, if it was to move again, it would move one dot on the minute scale.

What happens to the minute hand when one hour passes? Pause the video and tell your screen.

Good work so when one hour passes, the minute hand will move or would have made a full turn around the minute scale.

Okay, so let's say we stopped on three o'clock, show me, what's happens after one hour.

Now in order for one hour to pass, the minute hand will make one full turn around the clock, okay? So it will go, from 60, it will go 5,10, 15,20, 25,30, 35,40, 45,50, 55,60, okay, so it makes one full turn around the clock.

Then let's have a look at our next activity.

And what I would like you to do is tell me, if they take hours to complete or if they take minutes.

Are you ready? Get dressed.

Shout your answer to the screen.

Good job, it would take minutes to get ready.

Sleeping, hours, good job.

Assembly, should take minutes, and, watch a film at the cinema.

Good job, films are normally a couple of hours.

That leads us nicely to an Independent Task.

What I would like you to do, is to, read each card and to decide if hours or minutes would be sensible unit of time, okay.

So if you think that eating breakfast is going to take hours or minutes, you going to put a tick or cross in the box.

And then you're going to write and decide how many hours or minutes it will take, okay, and once you've done that, we'll go through the answers together.

Great job, so let's have a look.

So, eating breakfast window is going to take some minutes, okay.

So roughly we'll take about 10 minutes.

Okay, if you got anywhere near 10, that's great.

Brushing your teeth, it takes minutes.

So it would take roughly about two minutes to brush your teeth.

And sleeping, it's going to take hours, okay? And it's going to take roughly eight hours to have a good night sleep.

And a day at school, it's going to take hours and it's roughly seven hours.

Great job if you got all of that correct.

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And don't forget, it's time for you to complete your end of lesson quiz.