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Telling Time

CCSS 2.MD.7 and DL5203 Create a Learning Object

Kathleen Hill

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of Telling Time

About Time
How do you tell time?
What strategy do you use?
Explain to your neighbor how to read the time on this clock -
Reading Time
The Hands of Time
If you feel you understand how to read digital clocks and how to read analog clocks to the nearest five minutes then move on to the next screen.

If you would like one more explanation of how to read clocks, click here:

There is no time like the present
This section is for teacher polling and student pair-share.
Followed by questions and answers.
Time's Up
Telling Time
A part of Creating a Learning Object
Here is a fun activity for you:
Kathleen Hill
Cayla O'Connell
Maureen Wing
DL5203 Digital Content for Learning

A Matter of Time
I watched the introduction video before class.
My questions and comments will be on the topic of telling time and explaining time of day.
I participate in the class activities.
I do my best.

Analogue time use the terms a.m. and p.m. The day starts at midnight.
Time of Day
Play Time
Choose a game to play. Play them all if you have time.
I can ...
identify the parts of an analog clock.
read an analog and digital clock.
count by 5s and then count on by ones.
describe that a.m. is between midnight and midday.
describe that p.m. is between midday and midnight.
Now I know...
why we need to be accurate and specific when telling and writing time using analog and digital clocks?
Questions and Answers

Does anyone have a question about time?

Can you explain how using a.m. and p.m. helps us organize and measure our day?

Which objects go in which box, and why?
Read the book,

One World, One Day
By: Barbara Kerley.
Thank you
for participating!
Let's see what you know. Click on this link to take a quick quiz.

-Students will be able to tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.
1. Read the Book with your partner
2. Discuss things you do during
the a.m. and p.m. hours in your
daily routine.
What words did you use to describe time?
a.m. (midnight to midday)
hour hand
minute hand
p.m. (midday to midnight)

Words to talk about time
a.m. (midnight to midday)
hour hand
minute hand
p.m. (midday to midnight)
Or click here for a website about time
Bibliography & Webliography
Kerley, B. (1986). One world, one day. New York: Scholastic Inc.

Academic Skill Builders
BBC Bitesize


Primary Games

Survey Monkey
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Work by Phillip Martin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Level 1: http://www.primarygames.com/math/roboclock/
Level 2: http://www.primarygames.com/math/roboclock2/
What Time?: http://www.primarygames.com/time/start.htm
need more help
click here:
The first time the hour hand goes from 12:01 around to 12:00 - from midnight to midday - is called a.m. and the second time the hour hand goes around the clock - from midday to midnight - is called p.m.
This is how people know if it is morning or afternoon.
If you need to learn how to tell time, watch this video: http://safeshare.tv/w/qtPHKXuAUH
Explain to your partner which picture you would pick to show a.m. instead of p.m.
“Watch” us make time!
this hands-on activity is under construction
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