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Date/

Weeks

Learning

area

3

Weeks

(1 - 3)

Chapter

1

(4/1/16

22/1/16)

Directed

Numbers

Learning Objectives

Learning outcomes

1.1 Perform

computations

involving

multiplication and

division of integers

to solve problems.

i. Multiply integers

(B 1)

ii. Solve problems involving multiplication of

integers

iii.Divide integers

(B 1)

iv. Solve problems involving division of

integers

1.2 Perform

computations

involving

combined

operations of

addition,

subtraction,

multiplication and

division of integers

to solve problems.

i.

concept of

integers to

fractions to solve

problems.

(B 1)

ii. Perform addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division on fractions.

concept of

integers to

decimals to solve

problems.

(B 1)

ii. Perform addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division on decimals.

1.5 Perform

computations

involving directed

numbers (integers,

fractions and

decimals).

i.

combined operations of:

a) addition and subtraction

b) multiplication and division

of integers

ii. Solve problems involving combined

operations of addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division of integers

including the use of brackets.

multiplication or division involving two

directed numbers.

ii. Perform computations involving

combination of two or more operations

on directed numbers including the use

CCTS

Value

Working out

mentally

Thinking

rationally

Making

inferences

Being

honest

Translating

Building

self confidence

Making

generalizations

Looking for

patterns

Classifying

Identifying

relations

peta buih

(menerangkan

pendaraban dan

pembahagian

dua integer)

Teaching

Aid

Calculator

of brackets.

(B 4)

iii. Pose and solve problems involving

directed numbers.

(B 5)

4

Weeks

(4 -7)

(25/1/16

19/2/16)

Chapter

2

use the concept

of squares of

numbers.

Squares,

Square

Roots,

Cube and

Cube

Roots

use the concept of

square roots of

positive numbers.

i.

number to the power of two and vice

versa.

ii. Determine the squares of numbers

without using calculators.

(B 2)

iii. Estimate the squares of numbers. (B 3)

iv. Determine the squares of numbers

using calculators.

(B 2)

v. List perfect squares

vi. Determine if a number is a perfect

square.

vii. Pose and solve problems involving

squares of numbers.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

vi.

vii.

use the concept

of cube of

numbers.

i.

squares and square roots.

Determine the square roots of perfect

squares without using calculator. (B 2)

Determine the square roots of numbers

without using calculators.

(B 2)

Multiply two square roots.

Estimate square roots of numbers. (B 3)

Find the square roots of numbers using

calculators.

(B 2)

Pose and solve problems involving

squares and square roots.

Finding all

possible

solutions

Identifying

relations

Drawing

diagrams

Interpreting

Finding all

possible

solutions

Comparing and

differentiating

Looking for

patterns

Arranging

sequentially

Classifying

Working out

mentally

as a number to the power of three and

Translating

vice versa.

ii. Determine cubes of numbers without

using calculators.

(B 2)

iii. Estimate cubes of numbers.

(B 3)

iv. Determine cubes of numbers using

Being

diligent and

perserving

Calculator

calculators.

(B 2)

v. Pose and solve problems involving

cubes of numbers.

2.4 Understand and

use the concept of

cube roots of

numbers.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

vi.

vii.

3

Weeks

(8 - 10)

(22/2/16

11/3/16)

Chapter

3

Algebraic

Expressio

ns II

concept of

algebraic terms in

two or more

unknowns.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

3.2 Perform

computations

involving

multiplication and

division of two or

more terms.

cubes and cube roots.

Determine the cube roots of integers

without using calculators.

(B 2)

Determine the cube roots of numbers

without using calculators.

Estimate cube roots of numbers. (B 3)

Determine cube roots of numbers using

calculators.

(B 2)

Pose and solve problems involving

cubes and cube roots.

Perform computations involving

addition, subtraction, multiplication,

division and mixed operations on

squares, square roots, cubes and cube

roots.

(B 4)

Identify unknowns in algebraic terms in

two or more unknowns.

Identify algebraic terms in two or more

unknowns with a number.

Identify coefficients in given algebraic

terms in two or more unknowns.

Identify like and unlike algebraic terms

in two or more unknowns.

State like terms for a given algebraic

terms.

ii. Find the quotient of two algebraic terms.

iii. Perform multiplication and division

involving algebraic terms.

peta bulatan

(konsep kuasa

dua, punca

kuasa dua,

kuasa tiga dan

punca kuasa

tiga)

To interpret

Recognize

relationship

peta alir

(mempermudah

kan ungkapan

algebra)

Being

imaginative

Being

independen

ce

Calculator

concept of

algebraic

expressions.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

3.4 Perform

computations

involving algebraic

expressions.

i.

expressions by a number.

ii. Perform :

a) addition

b) subtraction

involving two algebraic expressions

iii. Simplify algebraic expressions.

(B 3)

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1

Week

11

2

Weeks

(12 - 13)

(21/3/16

1/4/16)

situations using letter symbols.

(B 3)

Recognise algebraic expressions in two

or more unknowns.

Determine the number of terms in given

algebraic expressions in two or more

unknowns.

Simplify algebraic expressions by

collecting like terms.

Evaluate expressions by substituting

numbers for letters.

(B 3)

Chapter

4

use the concept

of equality.

i.

quantities by using the symbols = or .

(B 1)

Linear

Equations

Drawing

diagrams

Interpreting

use the concept

of linear

equations in one

unknown.

ii. Recognise linear algebraic expressions.

iii. Determine if given situation is:

a). a linear equation

b) a linear equation in one unknown.

iv. Write linear equations in one unknown

for given statements and vice versa.

(B 3)

Working out

mentally

Looking for

patterns

Comparing and

differentiating

Being

imaginative

Being

independen

ce

Calculator

concept of

solutions of linear

equations in one

unknown.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

vi.

3

Weeks

(14 - 16)

(4/4/16

22/4/16)

Chapter

5

Ratio,

Rates and

Proportio

ns

concept of ratio of

two quantities.

concept of proportion

to solve problems.

solution of a given linear equation in one

unknown.

Determine the solution of a linear

equation in one unknown by trial and

improvement method.

Solve equations in the form of:

a). x + a = b

b). x a + b

c). ax = b

d). x = b

a

where a, b, c are integers and x is an

unknown.

Solve equations in the form of ax + b =

c, where a, b, c are integers and x is an

unknown.

Solve linear equations in one unknown.

(B 4)

Pose and solve problems involving

linear equations in one unknown. (B 5)

i.

or a/b

(B 2)

ii. Determine whether given ratios are

equivalent ratios.

iii. Simplify ratios two the lowest terms.

iv. State ratios related to a given ratio.

i.

proportion.

ii. Determine if a quantity is proportional to

another quantity given two values of

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

Arranging

sequentially

Making

inferences

Translating

peta pelbagai

alir

(menyelesaikan

persamaan

linear)

To recognize

relationships

Having

CCTS

Comparing and

contrasting

Cooperativ

e

Solving

problems

peta titi

(konsep nisbah

dua kuantiti).

Calculator

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.

(B 5)

5.3 Understand and

use the concept of

ratio of three

quantities to solve

problems.

2

Weeks

(17 - 18)

Chapter

6

Pythagor

as

relationship

between the sides

of a right-angled

triangle.

i.

a : b : c.

(B 2)

ii. Determine whether given ratios are

equivalent ratios.

iii. Simplify ratio of three quantities to the

lowest terms.

iv. State the ratio of any two quantities

given ratio of three quantities.

(B 3)

v. Find the ratio of a : b : c given the ratio

of a : b and b : c.

vi. Find the value of the other quantities,

given the ratio of three quantities and

the value of one of the quantities.

vii. Find the value of each of the three

quantities given :

a) the ratio and the sum of three

quantities.

b) the ratio and the difference between

two of the three quantities.

viii. Find the sum of three quantities given

the ratio and the difference between two

of the three quantities.

(B 4)

ix. Pose and solve problems involving ratio

of the three quantities.

(B 5)

i. Identify the hypotenuse of right-angled

triangles.

ii. Determine the relationship between the

lengths of the sides of a right-angled

triangle.

iii. Find the length of the missing side of a

peta pokok

(pengelasan

nisbah setara

dan tidak

setara)

Working out

mentally

Identifying

relations

Calculator

(25/4/16

6/5/16)

Theorem

use the converse

of the Pythagoras

Theorem.

Pythagoras Theorem.

(B 4)

iv. Find the length of sides of geometric

shapes using Pythagoras Theorem.

v. Solve problems using the Pythagoras

Theorem.

(B 5)

i. Determine whether a triangle is a rightangled triangle.

(B 3)

ii. Solve problems involving the converse

Pythagoras Theorem.

Making

inferences

Comparing and

differentiating

Working

backwards

Translating

peta bulatan

(konsep

Pythagoras

teorem)

3

Weeks

(19, 24 &

25)

(09/5/16

13/5/16)

(13/6/16

24/6/16)

Week

20 & 21

Chapter

7

Geometri

cal

Construct

ion

7.1 Perform

constructions

using straight

edge (ruler and

set square) and

compass

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 on the line

c) perpendicular to a line passing

through a point not on the line

iv. Construct :

a) angle of 60 and 120

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

(B 4)

Classifying

Comparing and

differentiating

Arranging

sequentially

Translating

Looking for

patterns

Working out

mentally

peta alir

(proses

pembinaan

sudut)

Having

analytical

thinking

Calculator

Building

accuracy

set square

ruler

compasses

Being

objectives

protector

Week

22 & 23

2

Weeks

(26 - 27)

(27/6/16

8/7/16)

Chapter

8

use the concept of

coordinates

Coordinat

es

use the concept of

scales for the

coordinates axes.

i.

on a Cartesian plane.

ii. Plot points and state the coordinates of

the points given distances from the yaxis and x-axis

iii. Plot points and state the distances of

the points from the y-axis and x-axis

given coordinates of the points.

iv. State the coordinates of points on

Cartesian plane.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

vi.

8.3 Understand and

use the concept of

distance between

two points on a

Cartesian plane.

extending the sequence of given values

on the axes.

(B 2)

State the scales used in given

coordinate axes where :

a) scales for axes are the same

b) scales for axes are different

Mark the values on both axes, with

reference to the scales given.

(B 2)

State the coordinates of a given point

with reference to the scales given.

Plot points, given the coordinates, with

reference to the scales given.

Pose and solve problems involving

coordinates.

with:

a) common y-coordinates

b) common x-coordinates

(B 3)

ii. Find the distance between two points

using Pythagoras theorem

(B 3)

iii. Pose and solve problems involving

distance between two points.

(B 5)

Interpreting

Calculator

Working out

mentally

grid board

ruler

Comparing and

differentiating

Identifying

relations

peta buih

berganda

(banding beza

jarak dan titik

tengah dua

koordinat)

2

Weeks

(28 - 29)

(11/7/16

22/7/16)

Chapter

9

use the concept of

midpoints

i.

concept of twodimensional loci.

i.

Loci In

Two

Dimensio

ns

concept of the

intersection of two

loci

joining two points.

ii. Find the coordinates of the midpoint of a

straight line joining two points with :

a) common y-coordinates

b) common x-coordinates

(B 3)

iii. Find the coordinates of the midpoint of

the line joining two points.

(B 3)

iv. Pose and solve problems involving

midpoints.

(B 5)

Describe and sketch the locus of a

moving object

ii. Determine the locus of points that are

of:

a) constant distance from a fixed point

b) equidistant from two fixed points

c) constant distance from a straight line

d) equidistant from two intersecting

lines

iii. Construct the locus of a set of all points

that satisfies the condition :

a) the point is at a constant distance

from a fixed point

b) the point is at a equidistant from two

fixed points

c) the point is at a constant distance

from a straight line

d) the point is at equidistant from two

intersecting lines

(B 4)

i.

by drawing the loci and locating the

points that satisfy the conditions of the

two loci

(B 4)

To interpret

Constructing

peta pokok

(kelaskan jenis

lokus)

Being

diligent and

preserving

ruler

Being

imaginative

compasses

set square

3

Weeks

(30 32)

Chapter

10

draw parts of a

circle

Circles

( 25/7/16

12/8/16)

use the concept of

circumference to

solve problems.

i.

from a fixed point.

ii. Identify parts of a circle:

a) center

b) circumference

c) radius

d) diameter

e) chord

f) arc

g) sector

h) segment

(B 2)

iii. Draw:

a) a circle given the radius and centre

b) a circle given the diameter

c) a diameter passing through a

specific point in a circle given the

centre

d) a chord of a given length passing

through a point on the circumference

e) sector given the size of the angle at

the centre and radius of the circle.

iv. Determine the:

a) center

b) radius

of a given circle by construction.

i. Estimate the value of .

ii. Derive the formula of the circumference

of a circle.

iii. Find the circumference of a circle, given

its:

a) diameter

b) radius

(B 3)

iv. Find the:

a) diameter

b) radius

given the circumference of a circle.

v. Solve problems involving circumference

Identifying

relations

Having

analytical

thinking

Calculator

Being

diligent and

preserving

set square

Having

CCTS

protector

ruler

Interpreting

Drawing

diagrams

Estimating

Working out

mentally

Cooperativ

e

Translating

Making

inferences

peta dakap

(bahagianbahagian

bulatan)

problem

slving

compasses

of circles.

10.3 Understand and

use the concept of

arc of a circle to

solve problems.

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

v.

use the concept of

area of a circle to

solve problems.

use the concept of

area of sector of a

circle to solve

problems.

i.

(B 5)

arc

Find the length of arc given the angle at

the centre and the radius.

Find the angle at the centre given the

length of the arc and the radius of a

circle.

Find the length of radius of a circle given

the length of the arc and the angle at the

centre.

Solve problems involving arcs of a

circle.

(B 5)

circle.

ii. Find the area of a circle given the:

a) radius

b) diameter.

(B 3)

iii. Find

a) radius

b) diameter

given the area of a circle.

iv. Find the area of a circle given the

circumference and vice versa.

v. Solve problems involving area of circles.

(B 5)

i. Derive the formula of the area of a

sector.

ii. Find the area of a sector given the radius

angle at the centre.

iii. Find the angle at the centre given the

radius and the area of a circle.

iv. Find the radius given the area of a

sector and the angle at the centre.

v. Solve problems involving area of a

sectors and area of circles.

(B 5)

11.1

3

Weeks

(33 35)

(15/8/16

2/9/16)

Chapter

11

Understand the

concept of

transformations

Transfor

mations

11.2

11.3

Understand and

use the concept

of translations.

Understand and

use the

concept of

reflections

i.

a plane.

ii. Identify the object and its image in a

given transformation.

(B 1)

i. Identify a translation.

ii. Determine the image of an object under

a given translation.

(B 3)

iii. Describe a translation :

a) by stating the direction and distance

of the movement

a

b) in the form

(B 4)

b

iv. Determine the properties of translation.

v. Determine the coordinates of :

a) the image, given the coordinates of

the object

b) the object, given the coordinates of

the image under a translations. (B 3)

vi. Solve problems involving translation.

(B 5)

i. Identify a reflection.

ii. Determine the image of an object under

a reflection on a given line.

(B 3)

iii. Determine the properties of reflections.

iv. Determine :

a) the image of an object, given the

axis of reflection

b) the axis of reflection, given the

object and its image

v. Determine the coordinates of :

a) the image, given the coordinates of

the object

b) the object, given the coordinates of

the image under a reflection. (B 3)

vi. Describe a reflection given the object

Classifying

Making

generalizations

Drawing

diagrams

Interpreting

Identifying

relations

ciri sisi empat)

Having

CCTS

Calculator

ruler

Cooperativ

e

Being

imaginative

and

systematic

Being

diligent and

preserving

set square

compasses

tracing

paper

use the concept of

rotations.

use the concept of

isometry

and image.

(B 4)

vii. Solve problems involving reflection.(B 5)

i. Identify a rotation.

ii. Determine the image of an object under

a rotation given the centre, the angle

and direction of rotation.

(B 3)

iii. Determine the properties of rotations.

iv. Determine :

a) the image of an object, given the

centre, angle and direction of rotation

b) the centre, angle and direction of

rotation, given the object and the

image.

(B 3)

v. Determine the coordinates of :

a) the image, given the coordinates of

the object

b) the object, given the coordinates of

the image

under a rotation.

(B 3)

vi. Describe a rotation given the object and

image.

(B 4)

vii. Solve problems involving rotations.

(B 5)

i. Identify an isometry.

ii. Determine whether a given

transformation is an isometry.

iii. Construct patterns using isometry.

use the concept of

congruence.

ii. Identify congruency between two figures

as a property of an isometry.

iii. Solve problems involving congruence.

use the properties

of quadrilaterals

using concept of

transformations.

i.

quadrilaterals using reflections and

rotations.

2

Weeks

(36 , 38)

(5/9/16

19/9/16)

Chapter

12

Solid

Geometry

II

12.1 Understand

geometric

properties of

prisms, pyramids,

cylinders, cones

and spheres.

i.

concept of nets.

i.

concept of surface

area.

i.

cylinders, and cones.

(B 4)

ii. State the types pf solids given their nets

iii. Construct models of solids given their

nets.

ii.

iv.

v.

Week

37

peta pelbagai

alir

(menerangkan

bentangan

pepejal

geometri)

Being

diligent and

preserving

Calculator

Having

analytical

thinking

compasses

ruler

model

Being

imaginative

pyramids, cylinders and cones.

Find the surface area of prisms,

pyramids, cylinders and cones.

Find the surface area of spheres using

the standard formula.

Find dimensions :

a) length of sides

b) height

c) slant height

d) radius

e) diameter

of a solid given its surface area and

other relevant information.

Solve problems involving surface areas.

(B 5)

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1

Chapter

13

Statistics

(26/9/16

Recognizing

relationship

Drawing

diagrams

iii.

2

Weeks

(39 -40)

prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones and

spheres.

(B 2)

concept of data.

i.

can be collected by:

a) counting

b) measuring

ii. Collect and record data systematically.

Drawing

diagrams

Identifying

relations

Building

self

confidence

Being

Calculator

ruler

7/10/16)

concept of

frequency.

interpret data in:

i. pictograms

ii. bar charts

iii. line graphs to

solve problems.

ii. Determine the data with :

a) the highest frequency

b) the lowest frequency

c) frequency of a specific value.

iii. Organize data by constructing :

a) tally charts

b) frequency tables

(B 4)

iv. Obtain information from frequency

tables.

i.

(B 4)

ii. Obtain information from pictograms.

iii. Solve problems involving pictograms.

(B 5)

iv. Construct bar charts to represent data.

(B 4)

v. Obtain information from bar charts.

vi. Solve problems involving bar charts.

(B 5)

vii. Represent data using line graphs.

viii. Obtain information from line graphs.

ix. Solve problems involving line graphs.

(B 5)

Translating

Making

generalizations

Estimating

Interpreting

peta buih

berganda

(banding beza

carta palang

dan graf garis)

Week

41

MINGGU ULANGKAJI

Week

42 & 43

Week

44 - 47

diligent and

preserving

Being

objective

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