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SMK PADUNGAN, KUCHING

YEARLY LESSON PLAN MATHEMATICS FORM TWO 2016


LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
1. Directed
Numbers
Week 1
(4 8 Jan 2016)
Week 2
(11 15 Jan 2016)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
1.1 Perform computations
involving multiplication and
division of integers to solve
problems

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Multiply integers
ii. Solve problems involving
multiplication of integers
iii. Divide integers
iv. Solve problems involving division
of integers

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
1.Use concrete materials such as
colored chips
2. Complete multiplication table by
recognizing patterns
3. Solve problems related to real
life situations

1.2 Perform computations


involving combined operations
of addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division of
integers to solve problems

i. Perform computations involving


combined operations of
a) addition
b) subtraction
c) multiplication and division
of integers
ii. Solve problems involving
combined operations of addition,
subtraction, multiplication and
division of integers including the
use of brackets

1.

Week 3
(18 22 Jan 2016)

1.3 Extend the concept of integers


to fractions and decimals to
solve problems

i. compare and order fractions and


decimals.
ii. Perform addition, subtraction,
multiplication or division on
decimals

Week 4
(25 29 Jan 2016)

1.5 Perform computations


involving directed numbers
(integers, fractions and
decimals)

i. Perform addition , subtraction,


multiplication or division involving
two directed numbers
ii. Perform computations involving
combination of two or more
operations on directed numbers
including the use of brackets
iii. Pose and solve problems involving
directed numbers

2.

1.

Student use calculators to


compare and verify answers
Solve problems related to real
life situations such as money
and temperature

SKILLS
Working out
identifying

Relationship
Application

Compare fractions and decimals


using number
a) number lines
b) scientific calculator

Perform operations on
a) integers
b) fractions
c) decimals
d) both fractions and decimals

Working Out

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
2. Squares, square
roots, cubes and
cube roots

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
2.1 Understand and use the
concept of squares of numbers

Week 5
(1 5 Feb 2016)

8 12 Feb 2016
Week 6
(15 19 Feb 2016)

Week 7
(22 26 Feb 2016)

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. State a number multiplied by itself
as a number to the power of two
vice versa
ii. Determine the squares of numbers
without using calculators
iii. Estimate the squares of numbers
iv. Determine the squares of numbers
using calculators
v. List perfect squares
vi. Determine if a number is a perfect
square.
vii. Pose and solve problems
involving squares of numbers

1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
Recognize squares of numbers as
the areas of the associated squares
Use pencil-and paper method,
mental and speed calculations to
evaluate squares of numbers
where appropriate
Use estimation to check whether
answers are reasonable
Explore square numbers using
calculators
Explore perfect squares

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Identification
Relationship
Working Out
Application

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2.2 Understand and use the
concept of square

2.3 Understand and use the


concept of cube of numbers

i. Determine the relationship between


squares and square roots
ii. Determine the square roots of
perfect squares without using
calculators
iii. Determine the square roots of
numbers without using calculators
iv. Multiply two square roots
v. .Estimate square roots of numbers
vi. Find the square roots using
vii. Pose and solve problems
involving square and square roots
i. State a number multiplied by itself
twice as a number to the power of
three and vice versa
ii. Determine cubes of numbers
without using calculators
iii. Estimate cubes of numbers
iv. Determine cubes of numbers
using calculators
v. Pose and solve problems involving
cubes of numbers

1. Explore the concept of square


roots using areas of squares
2. Investigate multiplications
involving square roots of:
a) the same number
b) different numbers
3. Use estimation to check whether
answers are reasonable
4. Use calculators to explore the
relationship between squares and
square roots

Exploration
Relationship

1. Recognize cube of a number as


the volume of the associated cube
2. Use pencil-paper method, speed
and mental calculations to
evaluate cubes of numbers
3. Explore estimation of cubes of
numbers
4. Explores cubes of numbers using
calculators

Relationship
Emphasize

Limit to :
Fraction with
number. and denom.
is a perfect squares
Decimals that can
be written in the
form of square of
another decimal

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
Week 9
(7 11 Mac 2016)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
2.4 Understand and use the
concept of cube roots of
numbers

29/2 4/3 FIRST FORMATIVE TEST


12/3 20/3 SCHOOL HOLIDAY
3. Algebraic
3.1 Understand the concept of
Expressions II
algebraic terms in two or more
unknowns
Week 10 - 11
(21 Mac- 1 Apr 2016)

3.2 Perform computations


-involving multiplication and
division of two or more terms

Week 12 - 13
(4 15 Apr 2016

3.3 Understand the concept of


algebraic expressions

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Determine the relationship between
cubes and cube roots
ii. Determine the cube roots of integers
without using the calculators
iii. Determine the cube roots of
numbers without using the
calculators
iv. Estimate cube roots of numbers
v. Determine cube roots of numbers
using calculators
vi. . Pose and solve problems
involving cubes and cube roots
vii. Perform computations involving
addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division and mixed
operations on squares, square roots,
cubes and cube roots
i. Identify unknowns in algebraic
terms in two or more unknowns
ii. Identify unknowns in algebraic
terms in two or more unknowns as
the product of the unknowns with a
number
iii. Identify coefficients in given
algebraic terms in two or more
unknowns
iv. Identify like and unlike algebraic
terms in two or more unknowns
v. State like terms for a given
algebraic term
i. Find the product of two algebraic
terms
ii. Find the quotient of two algebraic
term
iii. Perform multiplication and
division involving algebraic terms
i. Write algebraic expressions for
given situations using letter
symbols

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
1. Use calculators to explore the
relationship between cubes and
cube roots

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Inquiry
Relationship

2. Explore estimation of cube roots


of numbers
3. Explore the relationship between
cubes and cube roots using
calculators

1. Student identify unknowns in


given algebraic terms
2. Use examples of everyday
situations to explain algebraic
terms in two or more unknows

1. Explore multiplication and


division of algebraic terms using
the concrete materials or pictorial
representations
2. Perform multiplication and
division
1. Use situations to demonstrate the
concept of algebraic expression
2. Investigate the difference between
expressions.

Identify
Relationship

Working Out
Exploration

Investigation
Recognition

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to

3.4 Perform computations


involving algebraic
expressions

4. Linear Equations
Week 14 15
(18 -29 Apr 2016)

4.1 Understand and use the


concept of equality
4.2 Understand and use the
concept of linear equations in
one unknown

4.3 Understand the concept of


solutions of linear equations in
one unknown

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
ii. Recognize algebraic expressions in
two or more unknowns
iii. Determine the number of terms in
given algebraic expressions in two
or more unknowns
iv. Simplify algebraic expressions by
collecting like terms
v. Evaluate expressions by
substituting numbers for letters
i. Multiply and divide algebraic
expressions by a number
ii. Perform a) addition b) subtraction
involving two algebraic
expressions
iii. Simplify algebraic expressions
i. State the relationship between two
quantities by using the symbol

= and =
i. Recognize linear algebraic terms
ii. Recognize linear algebraic
expressions
iii. Determine if a given equation is a
a) a linear equation
b) a linear equation in one unknown
iv. Write linear equations in omne
unknown for give statements and
vice versa
i. Determine if a numerical value is a
solution of a given linear equation
in one unknown
ii. Determine the solution of a linear
equation in one unknown by trial
and improvement method
iii. Solve and verify linear equations
in one unknown by inspection and
systematic trial, using whole
numbers, with or without the use of
calculators

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES

1. Use situations to explain


computations involving algebraic
expressions
2. Add and subtract algebraic
expressions by removing bracket
and collecting like terms01
1. Use concrete examples to illustrate
= and =

Relationship
Identification

1. Discuss why given algebraic


terms and expressions are linear
2. Given a list of terms, students
identify linear terms
3. Select linear expressions given a
list of algebraic expressions
4. Select linear equations given a list
of algebraic equations

Recognition

1.

Investigation
Working out

Use concrete examples to


explain solution of a linear
equation in one unknown

Illustration
Relationship

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS

5. Ratios, Rates and


Proportions

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to

5.1 Understand the concept of


ratio of two quantities

Week 16 17
(3 13 May 2016)
5.2 Understand the concept of
proportion to solve problems

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
iv. Solve equation in the form of ax +
b = c, where a, b, c are integers and
x is an unknown
v. Solve linear equations in one
unknown
vi. Pose and solve problems involving

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
2. Solve equations in the form of:
a) x + a = b
b) x - a = b
c) ax = b
d) x = b
a

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Investigation
Working out

i. Compare two quantities in the form


a: b
ii. Determine whether given ratios are
equivalent ratios
iii. Simplify ratios to the lowest terms
iv. State ratios related to a given ratio
i. State whether two pairs of quantities
is a proportion
ii. Determine if a quantity is
proportional to another quantity
given two values for each quantity
iii. Find the value of a quantity given
the ratio of the two quantities and
the value of another quantity
iv. Find the value of a quantity given
the ratio and the sum of the two
quantities
v. Find the sum of two quantities
given the ratio of the quantities and
the difference between the
quantities
vi. Pose and solve problems involving
ratios and proportions
vii.
Find the value ofeach
of the three quantities ,given:
a) the ratio and the sum oh three
quantities
b) the ratio and the difference
between two of the three
quantities

1. Use everyday examples to


introduce the concept of ratio
2. Use concrete examples to explore:
a) equivalent ratios
b) related ratios

Exploration
Identification

1.Use everyday examples to


introduce the concept of
proportion
2. Verify the method of cross
multiplication and use it to find
the missing terms of a proportion

Investigation
Relationship
Working Out

14/5 23/5 MID TERM EXAM


28/5 12/6 SCHOOL HOLIDAY

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
6.0 Pythagoras
Theorem

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
6.1 Understand the relationship
between the sides of a rightangled triangle

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Identify the hypotenuse of a rightangled triangle
ii. Determine the relationship between
the length s of the sides of a rightangled triangle
iii. Find the length of a missing side of
a right-angled triangle using the
P.T
iv. Find the length of sides of
geometric shapes using the P.T.
v. Solve problems using the P.T

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
1. Show different cases where the
hypotenuse drawn different
orientation.

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Relationship
Identification

6.2 Understand and use the


converse of the P.T.

i. Determine whether a triangle is a


right-angled triangle
ii. Solve problems involving the
converse P.T.
i. Construct a line segment of given
length
ii. Construct a triangle given the
length of the sides
iii. Construct:
a) perpendicular bisector of a
given line segment
b)perpendicular to a line passing
through a point of the line
c)perpendicular to a line passing
through a point of not on the
line
iv. Construct
a) angle of 60o and 120o
b) bisector of an angle
v. Construct triangles given:
a) one side and two angles
b)two sides and one angle
vi. Construct
a)parallel lines
b) parallelogram given its sides
and an angle

1. Explore and investigate difference


converse of P.T

Exploration
Investigation

1. Relate to properties of rhombus


and isosceles triangle

Construction
Thinking
Imagination

Week 21
(13 17 June 2016)

7.0 Geometrical
Construction

Week 22
( 20 24 June 2016)

7.1 Perform constructions using


straight edge (ruler and set
square) and compass

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
8.0 Coordinates

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
8.1 Understand and use the
concept of coordinates

Week 23
(27 June 1 July2016)

Week 24 25
(11 22 July 2016)

8.2 Understand and use the


concept of scales for the
coordinate axes

8.3 Understand and use the


concept of distance between
two points on a Cartesian plan
8.4 Understand and use the
concept of midpoints
9.0 Loci in two
dimensions
Week 26
(25 July 2016)

9.1 Understand the concept of


two- dimensional loci

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Identify the x-axis , y axis and the
origin on a Cartesian plane
ii. Plot points and state the coordinate
of the points given distances from
the x-axis and y axis
iii. Plot points and state the distances
of the points from the x-axis and y
axis given coordinates of the points
iv. State the coordinates of points on
Cartesian plane

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
Introduce Cartesian Coordinates as a
systematic way of marking the
location of a point

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Identification

i. Mark the values on both axes by


extending the sequence of given
values on the axes
ii. State the scales used in given
coordinate axes
iii. Mark the values on both axes, with
reference to the scales given
iv. State the coordinates of a given
point with reference to the scales
given
v. Plot points, given the coordinates,
with reference to the scales given
v. Pose and solve problems using
coordinates
i. Find the distance between two
points
ii. Pose and solve problems involving
distance between two points

1. Explore the effects of the shapes of


the objects by using different
scales
2. Explore thje effects of shapes of
objects using different scales

Emphasize
Investigation

i. Identify and find the coordinate of


the midpoint
ii. Pose and solve problems involving
midpoints
i. Describe and sketch the locus of a
moving object
ii. Determine the locus of points
iii. Construct the locus of a set of all
points.

Introduce the concept of midpoint

Investigation

i. Use everyday examples


ii. Discuss the locus og a given
diagrams

Inspection
Working out

Notes:
Involve all the 4
quadrants

1. Discuss different method of


finding distance between two
points

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
10.0 Circles
Week 27

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
9.2 Understand the concept of the
intersection of two loci
10.1 Recognize and draw parts of
a circle

(1 5 Aug 2016)

10.2 Understand and use the


concept of circumference to
solve problems

Week 28

10.3 Understand and use the


concept of arc of a circle to
solve problems

(8 12 Aug 2016)

10.4 Understand and use the


concept of area of a circle to
solve problems
18/8 24/8 SECOND FORMATIVE TEST
31/8 NATIONAL DAY
Week 30
10.5 Understand and use the
concept of area of sector of a
(22 27 Aug 2016)
circle to solve problems

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Determine the intersection of the
two loci
i. Identify circle as a set of points
equidistant from a fixed point
ii. Identify parts of a circle
ii. Draw a circle based on the
condition given
iv. Detrmine the center and radius of
a circle by construction
i. Estimate the value of phi
ii. Derive the formula of the
circumference of a circle
iii. Find the circumference of a circle
iv. Find the diameter and radius
v. Solve problems involving
circumference of a circle
i. Derive the formula of the length of
an arc
ii. Find the length of an arc
iii. Find the angle at the centre
iv. Find the length of radius of a
circle
v. Solve problems involving arcs of a
circle

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
Use everyday examples to explain.

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Interpretation

Introduce the concept of the circle as


a locus

Working out

Measure diameter and circumference


of circular objects

Developmental

Explore the relationship between the


length of arc and angle at the
centre

Exploration
Inspection

i. Derive the formula of the area of a


circle
ii. Find the area, radius or diameter of
a circle
iii. Solve problems involving area of a
circle

Explore the relationship between the


radius and the area

Include finding the


area of the annulus

i. Derive the formulae of the area of a


sector
ii. Find the area of a sector
iii. Find the angle at the centre
iv. Find the radius
v. Solve problems involving area of a
sectors and area of circles

Include combined shapes

Investigation
Working out

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
11.0 Transformations
Week 31
(5 9 Sep 2016)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
11.1 Understand the concept of
transformation
11.2 Understand and use the
concept of translation

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Student will be able to.
ACTIVITIES
i. Identify a transformation as a one to Explore the concept of transformation
one correspondence
using concrete materials
i. Identify a translation
Explore translation given in the form
ii. Determine the image of an object
under a translation
iii. Describe a translation
a)by stating the direction and
movement in

b) in the form

10/9 18/9 SCHOOL HOLIDAY


Week 32
(19 -23 Sep 2016)

11.3 Understand and use the


concept of reflection

11.4 Understand and use the


concept of rotation

a

b

iv. Determine the properties of


translation
v. Determine the coordinates under a
translation of the image or objects
vi. Solve problems involving
translations
i. Identify a reflection
ii. Determine the image of an object
under a reflection
iii. Determine the properties of
reflections
iv. Determine the image of an object
and the axis of reflection
v. Determine the coordinates of the
image or objects
vi. Describe a reflection
vii. Solve problems involving
reflections
i. Identify a rotation
ii. Determine the image of an object
under a rotation
iii. Determine the properties of
rotation

a

b

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Inquiry
Working out
investigate

Explore the concept of images and


objects under a translation

Explore the image of an object by


drawing

Investigation
Working out

Explore the concept of images and


objects under a reflection

Explore the image of an object by


drawing
Explore the concept of images and
objects under a rotation

Investigation
Working out

LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS
Week 33

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
12.5 Understand and use the
concept of isometry

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
Explore isometry by drawing

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Investigation

Explore congruency under


translations, reflections and
rotations

Identification

Explore the properties of various


quadrilaterals

Investigation

i. State the geometric properties of


prisms , pyramids, cylinders, cones
and spheres

Explore and investigate properties of


geometric solids using concrete
models

Investigation

i. Draw nets for prisms , pyramids,


cylinders, cones and spheres
ii. State the types of solids given their
nets
ii. Construct the types of solids given
their nets

Explore the similarities and


differences between nets of solids

Relationship

13.3 Understand the concept of


surface area

i. State and calculate the surface area


of prisms, pyramids, cylinders,
cones and spheres
ii. Calculate the surface area of
spheres using the standard formula
iv. Find dimensions of a solid
v. Solve problems involving surface
areas

Explore and derive the formulae of


the surface areas

Working out

14.1 Understand the concept of

i. Classify data according to those can

Discuss methods of collecting data

Investigation

(26 30 Sep 2016)


12.6 Understand and use the
concept of congruence

13.0 Solid Geometry


II
Week 34 35
(4 14 Oct 2016)

14.0 Statistics

iv. Determine the image of an object


and the axis of rotation
v. Determine the coordinates of the
image or objects
vi. Describe a rotation
vii. Solve problem involving rotation
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. identify an isometry
ii. Determine whether a given
transformation is an isometry
iii. Construct pattern using isometry
i. Identify if two figures are congruent
ii. Identify congruency between two
figures
iii. Solve problems involving
congruence
i. Determine the properties of
quadrilateral using reflections and
rotations

12.7 Understand and use the


properties of quadrilaterals
using concepts of
transformations
13.1 Understand geometric
properties of prisms,
pyramids, cylinders, cones
using concrete models
13.2 Understand the concept of
nets

10

data

be collected by counting and


measuring
ii. Collect and record data
systematically

Week 36
(17 21 Oct 2016)
LEARNING
AREA/WEEKS

Week 37
(24 28 Oct 2016)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student will be taught to
14.2 Understand the concept of
frequency

14.3 Represent and interpret data


in
i. pictograms
ii. bar charts
iii. line graphs

31/10 4/11 FINAL EXAM


26/11/2016 2/1/2017 HOLIDAY

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student will be able to.
i. Determine the frequency of data
ii. Determine the data of different
frequency
iii. Organize data by constructing tally
charts and frequency tables
iv. Obtain information from frequency
tables
i. Construct pictograms to represent
data
ii. Obtain information from
pictograms
iii. Solve problems involving
pictograms
iv. Construct bar charts to represent
data
v. Obtain information from bar charts
vi. Solve problems involving bar
charts
vii.
Represent data using line
graphs
viii.
Obtain information from
line graphs
ix. Solve problems involving line
graphs

TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES
Use activities to introduce the
concept of frequency

SKILLS/POINTS
TO NOTES
Relation

Use everyday situations to introduce


pictograms, bar charts and line
graphs

Application

PREPARED BY,

CHECKED BY,

VERIFIED BY,

(EN. MOHD SABRI BIN MOHD SOM)


FORM 2 MATHEMATICS TEACHER

(PN. NORHASIMAH BINTI IBRAHIM)


CHIEF OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS STUDY

(EN. LOUIS SIMON PETER)


PRINCIPAL
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