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WEEK

TOPIC

LEARNING
OBJECTIVE

LEARNING OUTCOME

SUGGESTED
TEACHING &
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

iTHINK
MAP /
THINKING
PROCESS

Use picture , role play


and computer software
to introduce the
concept of relations

Tree map

CHAPTER 1 : FUNCTIONS
1.1Relations

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand concept of
i.
Represent a relation using
relations
a)
Arrow diagram
b) Ordered pairs
c) Graphs
ii.

Identify domain, codomain, object, image and


range of a relation

iii.

Classify a relation shown on a mapped diagram


as : one to one, one to many or many to many
relation

(Classifying)

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1.2Functions

1.3Composite
functions
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Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand concept of
i.
Recognise functions as a special relation
functions
ii.
Express functions using function notation
iii.

Determine domain, object, image and range of a


function

iv.

Determine image of a function given the object and


vice versa

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand concept of
i.
Determine composition of two functions
composite functions
ii.
Determine image of composite functions given the
object and vice versa
iii.
Determine one of the functions in a given
composite function given the other related function
iv.
Find object by inverse mapping given its image
and function

Use graphing calculator


and computer software
to explore the image of
a function

Use arrow diagrams or


algebraic method to
determine composite
functions

Tree map
(Classifying)

Tree map
(Classifying)

3 (a)

1.4Inverse
function

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Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand concept of
i.
Find object by inverse mapping given its image
inverse functions
and function
ii.

Determine inverse function using algebra

iii.

Determine and state the condition for existence of


an inverse function

Use sketches of graphs


to show the relationship
between a function
and its inverse

Tree map
(Classifying)

CHAPTER 2 : QUADRATIC EQUATIONS


2.1 Quadratic
equations and
its root

Students will be taught to


understand the concept ofi.
quadratic equations and its
roots
ii.

iii.
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2.2 Quadratic
equations

Students will be able to :


Recognise quadratic equation and express it in
general form
Determine whether a given value is the root of
quadratic equation by
a) substitution
b) inspection

Form a quadratic equation from given roots

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2.3 Conditions for


quadratic
equations

- Bubble map

Determine roots of a quadratic equation by trial and


improvement method

Students will be taught to Students will be able to :


understand the concept ofi.
Determine the roots of a quadratic equations by
quadratic equations
a) factorization
b) completing the square
c) using the formula
ii.

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as the Geometers
Sketchpad and
spreadsheet to explore
the concept quadratic
equations

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to :
understand and use the i.
Determine types of roots of quadratic equations
conditions for quadratic
from the value of b2 4ac
equations to have
a) two different roots
ii.
Solve problems involving b2 4ac in quadratic
b) two equal roots
equations to
c) no roots
a) find an unknown value
b) derive a relation

(Describing)
Discuss the various
methods to obtain the
desired product.
Begin with the case
a=1.
Explore the use of
graphing calculator to
factorise
quadratic
expressions
Discuss the
characteristics of
quadratic equations.

- Tree map
(Classifying)

CHAPTER 3 : QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS


3.1 Quadratic
functions and
their graphs

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to :
understand the concept ofi.
Recognise quadratic functions
quadratic functions and ii.
Plot quadratic function graphs
their graphs
a) based on given tabulated
values
b) by tabulating values based on
given functions
iii.
Recognise shapes of graphs of quadratic functions
iv.
Relate the position of quadratic function graphs
with types of roots for f(x) = 0

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as Geometers
Skecthpad to explore
the graphs of quadratic
functions.
Use examples of
everyday situations to
introduce graphs of
quadratic functions

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- Bubble map
3.2 Maximum and
minimum
values of
quadratic
functions

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to :
Find maximum and
i.
determine the maximum and minimum values of
minimum values of
quadratic functions
quadratic functions
ii.
Sketch quadratic functions graphs by determining
the maximum or minimum point and two other
points

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as Geometers
Skecthpad to explore
the graphs of quadratic
functions.

3.3 Sketch graphs


of quadratics
functions

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
sketch graphs of
i.
Sketch quadratic functions graphs by determining
quadratics functions
the maximum or minimum point and two other
points

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as Geometers
Skecthpad to explore
the graphs of quadratic
functions.

3.4 Quadratic
inequalities

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to :
understand and use the i.
determine the ranges of values of x that satisfies
concept of quadratics
quadratic inequalities
inequalities

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as Geometers
Skecthpad to explore
the concept of
quadratic inequalities

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CHAPTER 4 : SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS

(Describing)
- Double
bubble map
(Comparing
and
contrasting)
- Tree map
(Classifying)

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4.1 Simultaneous
equations in
two unknown;
one linear
equation and
one non-linear
equation

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Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
solve simultaneous
i.
solve simultaneous equations using the
equations in two unknown;
substitution method
one linear equation and
one non-linear equation
solve simultaneous equations involving real-life
understand the concept of ii.
situations
statement;

Use graphing calculator


or computer software
such as Geometers
Sketchpad to explore
the concept of
simultaneous equation

- Bubble map

Use example of real-life


situations to introduce
the concept of indices

- Bubble map

Use computer software


such as spreadsheet to
enhance the
understanding of
indices

- Double
bubble map

(Describing)

MID SEMESTER 1 EXAMINATIONS (UJIAN 1)


CHAPTER 5 : INDICES AND LOGARITHMS

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5.1Indices and
Laws of
indices

Students will be taught to


understand the concept of
indices and Laws of
indices

Student will be able to:


i. Find the values of numbers given in the form of
a) integers indices
b) fractional indices
ii.

iii.
iv.

5.2Algorithms and
Laws of
algorithms

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Use laws of indices to simplified


algebraic expressions

(Comparing
and
contrasting)

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Use laws of indices to find the values of numbers in


index form that are multiplied, divided or raised to a
power

(Describing)

5.3 Change of
base of
logarithms

Students will be taught to


understand the concept of
Algorithms and Laws of
algorithms

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
change of base of
logarithms to solve
problems

Students will be able to:


i. Express equation in indices form and vice versa
ii. Find logarithm of a number
iii. Simplify logarithmic expressions to the simplest
form

Students will be able to:


i. Find the logarithm of a number by changing the
base of the logarithm to suitable base
ii.

Solve problems involving the change of base and


laws of logarithms

Use scientific calculator


to enhance the
understanding of the
concept of logarithm

- Bubble map
(Describing)
- Double
bubble map
(Comparing
and
contrasting)

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5.4Equation
involving
indices
and
logarithms

Students will be taught to


solve equation involving
indices and logarithms

Students will be able to:


i. Solve equations involving indices
ii.

Solve equations involving logarithms

CHAPTER 6 : COORDINATES GEOMETRY


6.1 Distance
between two
points

Students will be taught to


find distance between two
points

Students will be able to:

6.2 Division of a
line segment

Students will be taught to


understand the concept of
division of a line segment

Students will be able to:

Students will be taught to


find areas of polygons

Students will be able to:

i.

Find distance between two points using formula

Use examples of reallife situations to find the


distance between two
points.
- Bubble map

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6.3 Areas of
polygons

i.
ii.

(Describing)

Find midpoint of two given points


Find coordinates of a point that divides a line
according to a given ratio m: n

i.

Find area of a triangle based on the area of


specific geometrical shapes

ii.

Find area of a triangle y using formula

iii. Find area of a quadrilateral using formula

- Double
bubble map

Use dynamic geometry


software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad
to explore the concept
of area of polygons.
Use

1 x1
2 y1

x2

x3

x4

y2

y3

y4

for substitution of
coordinates into the
formula

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6.4 Equation of a
straight line

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of equation of a
straight line

Students will be able to:


i.
Determine the x-intercept and the y-intercept of a
line
ii.
Find the gradient of a straight line that passes
through two points
iii.
Find the gradient of a straight line using the xintercept and y-intercept
iv.
Find the equation of a straight line given:
a) gradient and one point
b) two points

Use dynamic geometry


software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad
to explore the concept
of equation of a straight
line.

(Comparing
and
contrasting)

c) x-intercept and y-intercept


v.
vi.
vii.
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6.5 Parallel and


perpendicular
lines

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of parallel and
perpendicular lines

Find the gradient and the intercepts of a straight


line given the equation
Change the equation of a straight line to the
general form
Find the point of intersection of two line

Students will be able to:


i. Determine whether two straight line are parallel
when gradients of both lines are known and vice
versa
ii. Find the equation of a straight line that passes
through a fixed point and parallel to a given line
iii. Determine whether two straight line are
perpendicular when gradients of both lines are
known and vice versa

Use examples of reallife situations to explore


parallel and
perpendicular lines
Use dynamic geometry
software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad
to explore the concept
of equation of a straight
line.

iv. Determine the equation of a straight line that


passes through a fixed point and perpendicular to
a given line

- Bubble map
(Describing)

v. Solve problems involving equations of a straight


lines
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6.6 Equation of
locus

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of equation of
locus involving distance
between two points

Students will be able to:


i. Find the equation of locus that satisfies the condition
if:
a) the distance of a moving point
from a fixed point is constant
b) the ratio of the distances of a
moving point from two fixed
points is constant
ii.

Solve problems involving loci

Use examples of reallife situations to explore


equation of locus
involving distance
between two points
Use graphic calculator
and dynamic geometry
software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad
to explore the concept
of locus

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MID YEAR EXAMINATION


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MID YEAR HOLIDAYS


(PROGRAM MINDA SUKSES)

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CHAPTER 7 : STATISICS
7.1 Measures of
central
tendency

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of measures of
central tendency to solve
problems

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7.2 Measure of
dispersion

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Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of measure of
dispersion to solve
problems

Students will be able to:


i.
Calculate mean of ungrouped data
ii.
Determine mode of ungrouped data
iii.
Determine median of ungrouped data
iv.
Determine modal class of grouped data from the frequency distribution table
v.
Find mode from histogram
vi.
Calculate mean of grouped data
vii.
Calculate median of grouped data from cumulative frequency distribution
table
viii.
Estimate median of grouped data from an ogive
ix.
Determine the effect on mode, median and mean for a set of data when:
a) each data is changed
uniformly
b) extreme values exist
c) certain data is added or
remove
x.
Determine the most suitable measure of central tendency for given data
Students will be able to:
i.
Find the range of ungrouped data
ii.
Find the interquartile range of ungrouped data
iii.
Find the range of grouped data
iv.
Find the interquartile range of grouped data from the cumulative freq. table.
v.
Determine the interquartile range of grouped data from an ogive
vi.
Determine the variance of
a) ungrouped data
b) grouped data
vii.
Determine standard deviation of
a) ungrouped data
b) grouped data
viii.
Determine the effects on range, interquartile range, variance and standard
deviation for a set of data when
a) each data is changed uniformly
b) extreme values exist
c) certain data is added or removed

Tree map
(Classifying)

Compare measures of central tendency and dispersion between two sets of data

CHAPTER 8 : CIRCULAR MEASURES


8.1

Radian

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand the concept of i.
Convert measurements in radians to degrees and
radian
vice versa

8.2

Length of arc
of a circle

Students will be taught


Students will be able to:
understand and use the
i.
Determine:
concept of length of arc of
a) length of arc
a circle to solve problems.
b) radius and
c) angle subtended at the center of a circle
ii.
Find perimeter of segments of circles
iii.
Solve problems involving lengths of arc

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Use dynamic geometry


software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad
to explore the concept
of circular measure
Use examples of reallife situations to explore
circular measure

(Describing)

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Area of
sector of a
circle

Students will taught to


understand and use the
concept of Area of sector
of a circle to solve
problems

Students will be able to:


Determine:
a) area of sector
b) radius and
c) angle subtended at the center of a circle
based on given information
ii.
Find area of segments of circles
iii.
Solve problems involving area of sectors
i.

CHAPTER 9 : DIFFERENTIATION
9.1

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Gradients of
curve and
differentiation

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of gradients of
curve and differentiation

Students will be able to:


Determine value of function when its variable
approaches a certain value
ii.
Find gradient of a chord joining two points on a
curve
iii.
Find the first derivative of a function y = f(x)
as gradient of tangent to its graph
iv.
Find the first derivative for polynomial using first
principles
v.
Deduce the formula for first derivative of function
y = f(x) by induction
i.

- Bubble map

Use graphing calculator


or dynamic geometry
software such as
Geometers sketchpad
to explore the concept
of differentiation

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First
derivative of
polynomial
functions

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of first derivative
of polynomial functions to
solve problems

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Students will be able to:


i.
Determine 1st derivative of the function y = axn using formula
ii.
Determine the value of the first derivative of the function
y = axn for a given value of x
iii.
Determine first derivative of a function involving;
a) addition, or
b) subtraction of algebraic terms
iv.
Determine first derivative of a product of two polynomials
v.
Determine first derivative of a quotient of two polynomials
vi.
Determine first derivative of composite function using chain rule
vii.
Determine gradient of tangent at a point on a curve
viii.
Determine equation of tangent at a point on a curve
ix.
Determine equation of normal at a point on a curve

9.3 Maximum and


minimum
values

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Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of maximum and
minimum values to solve
problems

Students will be able to:


i.
Determine coordinates of turning points of a curve
ii.
Determine whether a turning point is a maximum
or minimum point
iii.
Solve problems involving maximum or minimum
values

9.4 Rates of
change

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand and use the
i.
Determine rates of change for related quantities
concept of rates of change
to solve problems

9.5 Small
changes and

Students will be taught to


Students will be able to:
understand and use the
i.
Determine small changes in quantities
concept of small changes ii.
Determine approximate values using
and approximations
differentiation
to solve problems

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approximations

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9.6 Second
derivative

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of second

Students will be able to:


i.
Determine second derivative of function y = f(x)
ii.
Determine whether a turning point is maximum or

Use graphing
calculator or dynamic
geometry software
such as Geometers
sketchpad to explore
the concept of
maximum or minimum
values
Use graphing
calculator with
computer base range
to explore the concept
of rates of change

- Bubble map
(Describing)
- Double
bubble map
(Comparing
and
contrasting)

derivative to solve
problems

minimum point of a curve using the second


derivative

CHAPTER 10 : SOLUTION OF TRIANGLES


10.1

Sine rule

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of sine rule to
solve problems

Students will be able to:


i.
Verify sine rule
ii.
Use sine rule to find unknown sides or angles of
a triangle
iii.
Find unknown sides and angles of a triangle in
an ambiguous case
iv.
Solve problems involving the sine rule

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10.2 Cosine rule

10.3 Formula for


area of
triangles

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
concept of cosine rule to
solve problems

Students will be taught to


understand and use the
formula for area of
triangles
to solve problems

Students will be able to:


i.
Verify cosine rule
ii.
Use cosine rule to find unknown sides or angles
of a triangle
iii.
Solve problems involving the cosine rule
iv.
Solve problems involving the sine and cosine
rules

Students will be able to:


i.

1
Find area of triangles using formula 2 ab sin C
or its equivalent

ii.

Solve problems involving three-dimensional


objects

Use dynamic geometry


software such as the
Geometers sketchpad
to explore the sine rule
Use examples of reallife situations to explore
the sine rule
Use dynamic geometry
software such as the
Geometers sketchpad
to explore the cosine
rule
Use examples of reallife situations to explore
the cosine rule
Use dynamic geometry
software such as the
Geometers sketchpad
to explore the concept
of area of triangles
Use examples of reallife situations to explore
area of triangles

CHAPTER 11 : INDEX NUMBER

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11.1

Index

Students will be taught to Students will be able to


understand and use the i.
Calculate index number

Use examples of reallife situations to explore

- Bubble map
(Describing)
- Double
bubble map
(Comparing
and
contrasting)

number
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concept of index number ii.


to solve problems
iii.

Calculate price index


Find Q0 or Q1 given relevant information

index number.
- Bubble map
(Describing)

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11.2 Composite
index

Students will be taught to Students will be able to :


understand and use the i.
Calculate composite index
concept
of
composite
index to solve problems
ii.
Find index number or weightage given relevant
information
iii.

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Solve problems involving lines index number and


composite index.

MIDSEMESTER 2 HOLIDAYS
SCORE A PROGRAMME

FINAL EXAMINATION

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REVISION

Use examples of reallife situations to explore


composite index