Write and tell time to the nearest five minutes using analog and digital clocks.
Understand the breakdown of hours into minutes.
Recognize that a time on the hour will have the minute hand on the 12 on an analog clock and 00 on the digital clock.
Apply knowledge of skip counting by fives to read an analog clock.
Understand and use 24-hour notation (military time).
Link digital, analogy, a.m., p.m., and military time.
Standard Time, 24-Hour/Military Time, AM/PM, Elapsed Time, Hours, Minutes
- · Reviewed skills learned in last week's class, i.e., elapsed time within the hour.
- · Applied learned skills to calculating elapsed time between any two times during the day using addition, subtraction, or a timeline.
- · Compared standard time to 24-hour military time, recognizing similarities and main differences.
- · Learned that, in 24-hour military time, any time after 1200hrs is PM in standard time.
- · Practiced converting military time to standard time, and vice versa.
- For Part 1, convert the Standard Times into 24-Hour Military Time.
- For Part 2, convert the 24-Hour Military Time to Standard Time. Make sure you remember to label AM or PM!
Part 1: 1) 5:45am 2) 1:20pm 3) 8:05pm
Part 2: 1) 0830 2) 1415 3) 2340
- What is the difference between military time and standard time?
- If you have a military time where the hour is greater than or equal to 12, is the the time am or pm in standard time?
- You can draw a 24-hour timeline to compare military time to standard time.
Part 1: 1)0545 2) 1320 3)2005
Part 2: 1) 8:30am 2) 2:15pm 3) 11:40pm