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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 maths lesson.

The unit that we're studying is time.

In the previous lesson, we started reading the time to the nearest five minutes.

In this lesson, we will continue to do the same.

So, when you're ready, let's begin.

Great, let's have a look at today's lesson agenda.

First, we'll begin by identifying to the hour to the nearest five minutes.

Then, we'll move on to a talk task, after that, we will be ordering time and finally, you will complete your independent task.

And before we begin today's lesson, you'll need the following items, you will need something to write with and something to write on, you'll need a clock and finally, you will need a ruler.

If you don't have a clock, it's okay but please pause the video now and get the items that you need.

Identifying to the hour to the nearest five minutes.

Great, let's have a look at the clock on our screen.

What time does the clock show and how do you know? Pause the video now and share your answer with the screen.

Great, we know that the clock is showing 25 to two.

Okay, and I know the clock is showing 25 to two because the minute hand is pointing to 25 minutes to the hour, so let's check.

Okay, so normally when we are counting the minutes on the minute scale, we go from left to right, okay, so we go clockwise, which is this way.

Okay, but when the minute hand passes 30 minutes on the minute scale, then we read the time to the next hour.

Okay, so if we check how many more minutes we need until we reach the next o'clock, it would be five, 10, 15, 20, 25.

So, I know that in 25 minutes, I know the clock will be showing two o'clock.

I know that it's five, 10, 15, 20, 25, to and the hour hand will be going or moving towards two.

So, I know it would be 25 to two.

Okay, great job if you got that correct.

So, after the minute hand passes 30 minutes, we read how many more minutes are left to the next hour.

Great job.

Let's have a look at another example.

What time does this clock show and how do you know? Pause the video now and share your answer with the screen.

Great job, it's 20 to two because I know that there are 20 minutes left until the next o'clock.

So, I know it's 20 to two because the hour hand will be pointing to two on the hour scale.

Great job.

What time does this clock show and how do you know? Pause the video now and share your answer with the screen.

Good job, it's quarter to two, we know it's quarter to two because the minute hand is pointing to 45 minutes on the minute scale.

And we know that in one quarter of an hour, it will be two o'clock, so it's quarter to two.

We don't say 15 minutes to two, okay, we say quarter to two, great job.

So, have a look at the clocks on your screen and what I would like you to do is to tell me what time the clocks are showing and how you know.

So, pause the video now and share your answer with the screen.

Great, so let's have a look at the answers.

The first clock is showing 10 to two, okay, so I can see that in five, 10 minutes, it will be two o'clock.

The second clock is showing five to two, so I know that in five minutes it will be two o'clock, so we can see that the hour hand is getting very close to two.

And finally, the third clock is showing two o'clock.

Great job.

Then after this, when the minute hand is on five, we say it's five past two, good job.

Five past two and before it's reached two o'clock, we say it's five to two, great work.

Right, moving on to our talk task.

What I would like you to do is to read the time out loud and then I would like you to find the matching clock face and explain how you know you are correct.

Okay, now, if you have a clock, it would be a great idea to show the time on your clock too, but if you don't have one it's okay, just read the time out loud and match it to correct the answer.

Then, we will go through the answers together.

Great job, let's have a look at the answers together.

So, the first clock, I know it's 20 to six because the minute hand is five, 10, 15, 20 minutes away from reaching o'clock.

And I can see that the hour hand is pointing to, or is very close to six.

So, I know it's 20 minutes or 20 to six.

Great job.

Let's have a look at the second clock.

We can see that the minute hand has passed o'clock and it's five, 10, 15, 20, 25, so we know that it's 25 minutes past and let's have a look at the hour hand, it has passed five.

So, we say it's 25 past five, great job.

And let's have a look at the last clock on our screen.

I can see that the minute hand is pointing to five on the minute scale, so I know that it has passed o'clock in five minutes, so it's five past five because the hour hand is pointing to just after five.

Excellent work if you got all of that correct.

Ordering time.

Great, here are four clocks showing different times in the afternoon, what times are they showing? So, pause the video now and share your answers with the screen.

Great job, so we can see that the first clock is showing 25 to three, so I know that the clock is showing 25 to three because there are five, 10, 15, 20, 25 minutes until three o'clock, so we know that after two it's three on the hour scale, great.

The second clock is showing 10 past five because the minute hand has passed five, 10, so it's pointing to 10 on the minute scale.

The third clock is showing 10 past one, great work, because the hour hand is pointing to just after one.

And finally, the last clock is showing 25 past three.

Great job.

Now, what I would like you to do is to pause the video here and to put them in order from earliest to latest.

Do that now.

Great job, so the clocks are showing different times in the afternoon.

So, we know the earliest time is 10 past one then it's 25 to three, after that is 25 past three because here it hasn't reached three o'clock yet but here it has reached three o'clock and passed it.

And finally, it's 10 past five.

Great work if you got all of that correct.

Great, so here are four clocks showing different times in the afternoon.

What times are they showing? Pause the video now and share your answer with the screen.

Great work, so we can see that the first clock is showing 20 to two, the next clock is showing 20 to six, that's right.

The third clock is showing five minutes past five and finally, the last clock is showing five minutes to, or five to 10.

Now, what I would like you to do is to put them in order from earliest to latest and remember, the clocks are showing different times in the afternoon.

Great job, so let's have a look at the answers together.

I know the earliest time in the afternoon is 20 minutes or 20 to two.

Next, it's five past five, after that is 20 to six and finally, it's five to 10.

Great job if you go all of that correct.

Now, moving on to your independent task, here are six clocks showing times in the afternoon, put them in order from earliest to latest.

The first thing I would like you to do is to, if you have a clock, to show them on your clock and to say the time out loud, if you don't have a clock, that's okay, just say the time out loud and then put them in order from earliest to latest.

Once you're done, we will go through the answers together.

So, pause the video now.

Great, let's have a look at the answers.

So, the first or the earliest time is five past two, I know the clock is showing five past two because the minute hand is pointing to five minutes past two o'clock.

The next time is 20 past two, okay, my turn, your turn, 20 past two.

Great job.

The next time is 20 past six, great work, after that is 20 to seven, so it has past 30 minutes on the minute scale, so after that, it's going to be how many minutes to the next hour? Great and here we can see that it's five, 10, 15, 20, so it's 20 to seven.

Next, it's five past nine and finally it's 25 to 10, which is the latest time.

Great job if you got all of that correct.

You're getting really good at this.

And that's it from me.

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And now it's time for you to compete your end of lesson quiz.

See you next time.