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ntegrating real-life contexts and problem-solving activities.

Week 1: - Introduce the concept of factors and prime numbers through interactive activities and discussions. - Explore the relationship between factors and multiples. - Engage students in identifying factors of given numbers and algebraic terms. - Provide opportunities for students to practice finding factors through problem-solving tasks.

Week 2: - Review the concept of common factors and how they can be used to simplify expressions. - Introduce the concept of factorization and its importance in simplifying algebraic expressions. - Engage students in identifying common factors of algebraic terms. - Provide practice exercises for students to factorize expressions using common factors.

Week 3: - Integrate real-life contexts into the learning process by introducing money-related problems. - Explore how factors and factorization can be applied to solve problems involving money. - Engage students in problem-solving activities that require them to factorize expressions to find the most cost-effective option. - Provide opportunities for students to work collaboratively and discuss their strategies for solving money-related problems.

Week 4: - Extend the concept of factorization to include expressions with variables. - Introduce the concept of algebraic identities and how they can be used to factorize expressions. - Engage students in identifying algebraic identities and using them to factorize expressions. - Provide practice exercises for students to factorize expressions using algebraic identities.

Week 5: - Consolidate the learning by providing a variety of problem-solving tasks that require students to apply their understanding of factors and factorization. - Encourage students to explain their reasoning and justify their solutions. - Provide opportunities for students to reflect on their learning and identify areas for improvement. - Assess studentsâ€™ understanding through formative assessments and provide feedback for further improvement.

Throughout the forward plan, ensure that differentiation strategies are implemented to cater to the diverse needs of students. Provide additional support or extension activities as necessary.