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Yearly Plan ² Mathematics Form 5 (2012)
Week NoLearning ObjectivesPupils will be taught to.....Learning Outcomes
Pupils will be able to«
No of PeriodsSuggested Teaching & Learningactivities/Learning Skills/ValuesPoints to NoteLearning Area : NUMBER BASES -- 2 weeksFirst Term1
4/1-6/1/121. Understand and use theconcept of number in basetwo, eight and five.(i) State zero, one, two, three, «, as anumber in base:a) two b) eightc) five(ii) State the value of a digit of a number in base:a) two b) eightc) five(iii) Write a number in base:a) two b) eightc) fivein expanded notation112Use models such as a clock face or a counter which uses a particular number base.Discuss-

Dicuss digits used-

Place valuesin the number system with a particular number base.Skill : Interpretation, observe connection between base two, eight and five.Use of daily life examplesValues : systematic, careful, patientEmphasis the ways to read numbers in variours bases.Give examples: Numbers in base two are also know as binarynumbers.Expanded notationGive examples
2
09
/1-13/1/12(iv) Convert a number in base:a) two b) eightc) fiveto a number in base ten and vice versa.(v) Convert a number in a certain base toa number in another base.23Use number base blocks of twos, eights andfives.Discuss the special case of converting anumber in base two directly to a number in base eight and vice versa.Perform repeated division to convert a number in base ten to a number in other bases.Give examples.Limit conversion of numbers to base two, eight andfive only.

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Week NoLearning ObjectivesPupils will be taught to.....Learning Outcomes
Pupils will be able to«
No of PeriodsSuggested Teaching & Learningactivities/Learning Skills/ValuesPoints to Note
(vi) Perform computations involving :a) addition b) subtrationof two numbers in base two1Skill : Interpretation, converting numbers to base of two, eight, five and then.Use of daily life examplesValues : systematic, careful, patientThe usage of scientific calculator in performing thecomputitations.
Topic 2 : Graphs of Functions II --- 3 weeks3
16/1-2
0
/1/122.1 Understand and usethe concept of graphs of functions(i) Draw the graph of a:a) linear function :
y =
a
x
+ b, where aand b are constant; b) quadratic function
cbxax y
!
2
,where a, b and c areconstans,
0
{
a
c) cubic function :
cxbxax y
!
23
,where a, b, c and d areconstants,
0
{
a
d) reciprocal function
xa y
!
, where a is aconstants,
0
{
a
(ii) Find from the grapha) the value of
y
, given avalue of
x
b) the value(s) of
x
,given a value of
y
(iii) Identify:a) the shape of graphgiven a type of 22Explore graphs of functions using graphingcalculator or the GSPCompare the characteristic of graphs of functions with different values of constants.

Values : Logical thinkingSkills : seeing connection, using the GSPPlay a game or quizQuestions for 1..2(b) are given in the form of
0
!
b xa x
;
a
and
b
are numericalvalues.Limit cubic functions.Refer to CS.For certain functions and some values of
y
,there could be no corresponding values of
x
.Limit the cubic and quadratic functions.Refer to CS.

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Week NoLearning ObjectivesPupils will be taught to.....Learning Outcomes
Pupils will be able to«
No of PeriodsSuggested Teaching & Learningactivities/Learning Skills/ValuesPoints to Note421/1-28/1/12(CNY)
function b) the type of functiongiven a graphc) the graph given afunction and viceversa(iv) Sketch the graph of a givenlinear, quadratic, cubic or reciprocal function.1Limit cubic functions.Refer to CS.
5
3
0
/1-
0
3/2/122.2 Understand and usethe concept of thesolution of anequation bygraphical method.(i) Find the point(s) of intersectionof two graphs(ii) Obtain the solution of anequation by finding the point(s)of intersection of two graphs(iii) Solve problems involvingsolution of an equation bygraphical method.1121Explore using graphing calculator of GSTto relate the
x
-coordinate of a point of intersection of two appropriate graphs tothe solution of a given equation. Makegeneralisation about the point(s) of intersection of the two graphs.Use everyday problems.Skills : Mental processUse the traditional graph plotting exercise if thegraphing calculator or the GSP is unavailable.Involve everyday problems.2.3 Understand and use theconcept of the regionrepresenting inequalities intwo variables.(i) Determine whether a given point satisfiesa)
bax y
!
or
bax y
"
or
bax y
(ii) Determine the position of agiven point relative to theequation
bax y
!
(iii) Identify the regionsatisfying
bax y
"
or 222Include situations involving
a x
!
,
a x
u
,
a x
"
,
a x
e
or
a x
.Values: Making conclusion, connection andcomparison, carefulEmphasise on the use of dashed and solid line aswell as the concept of region.