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2017

MATHEMATICS

FORM 5

Prepared by:

Verified by:

....

Tr. MUHAMMAD HAFIDZ BIN MUKHTAR

Subject Teacher

..

Tr. SUPAIDIN BIN PAIMAN

VP Academics

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

WEEK/DATE

TOPIC

base two, eight and five.

(b) Define the value of a digit in number in

base two, eight and five.

(c) Writing a number in expanded notation

(d) Converting a number in base two,

eight and five to a number in base ten and

vice versa

2 Converting a number in a certain base

to a number in another base

3 Addition and subtraction two numbers in

base two.

CHAPTER 4

MATRICES

4.1 Matrices

4.2 Equal matrices

4.3 Addition and

Subtraction of matrices

4.4 Multiplication of a matrix

by a number

information

(b) Able to determine :

(i) the number of rows

(ii) the number of columns

(iii) the order of a matrix.

(c) Able to identify a specific element in a

matrix.

2 (a) Able to determine whether two

matrices are equal.

(b) Able to solve problems involving equal

matrices.

1

(2 - 8 Jan)

2

(9 - 15 Jan)

OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER 1

NUMBER BASES

1.1 Numbers in base two,

base eight and base five

addition or subtraction can be performed

on two given matrices

(b) Able to find the sum or the difference

of two matrices.

(c) Able to perform addition and

subtraction on several matrices.

(d) Able to solve matrix equations

involving addition and subtraction

4 (a) Able to multiply a matrix by number

(b) Expressing a given matrix as

multiplication of a matrix by a number.

(c) Able to perform calculation on matrices

involving addition, subtraction and scalar

multiplication.

(d) Solving matrix equations

ACTIVITIES

1 Discussion:

(a) The concept of base number

2 Emphasize:

(a) The readings of a certain base number

3 Learn how to convert (limited only to base two, eight and

five only).

1. Discussion

- Concept of row and column in matrices

2. Explanation

- Addition and substraction of matrices

3. Emphasize

- Formula of addition and substraction of matrices

1. Discussion

- Concept of multiplication in matrices

2. Explanation

- The matrices that can be multiplied and the matrices that

cannot be multiplied

3. Emphasize

- Formula of multiplication of matrices

TEACHING AIDS

Number Base Kit

Charts

Scientific Calculator

Charts

Scientific Calculator

EVENTS

2 Jan (New Year Holiday)

3 Jan (Orientation Day)

6 Jan (Leadership Training)

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

WEEK/DATE

TOPIC

4.5 Multiplication of two

matrices

4.6 Identity Matrix

4.7 Inverse matrix

4.8 Writing simultaneous

linear equations in matrix

form

OBJECTIVES

5 (a) Able to determine whether two

matrices can be multiplied and to state the

order of the product when the two

matrices can be multiplied.

(b) Able to find the product of two matrices

(c) Able to solve matrix equations

involving multiplication of two matrices

6 (a) Able to determine whether a given

matrix is an identity matrix by multiplying it

to another matrix.

(b) Able to write identity matrix of any

order and perform calculation involving

identity matrices

3

(16 - 22 Jan)

matrix is the inverse matrix of another 2 x

2 matrix.

(b) Able to find the inverse matrix of a 2 x

2 matrix by using

(i) method of solving simultaneous linear

equations.

ACTIVITIES

1. Explanation

- The matrices that can be multiplied and the matrices that

cannot be multiplied

TEACHING AIDS

EVENTS

Revision Books

Scientific Calculator

21 Jan (PTA AGM)

2. Emphasize

- Formula of multiplication of matrices

1. Discussion

- Concept of identity matrix and the type of identity matrix

2. Explanation

- The matrices that can be inversed and the matrices that

cannot be inversed

3. Emphasize

- Formula of simultaneous linear equations in matrix form

equations in matrix form.

(b) Able to solve simultaneous linear

equations by using matrix method.

(c) Solving problems using matrices

CHAPTER 5

VARIATIONS

5.1 Direct Variations

5.2 Inverse Variations

5.3 Joint Variation

4

(23 - 29 Jan)

respect to changes in another quantity, in

everyday life

(b) Determine from given information

whether a quantity varies directly as

another quantity

(c) Express direct variation in the form of

equation involving two variables.

(d) Find the value of a variable in a direct

variation when sufficient information is

given.

2 (a) State the changes in a quantity with

respect to another quantity, in everyday

life situations, involving inverse variation.

(b) Determine from given information

whether a quantity varies inversely as

another quantity.

(c) Express an inverse variation in the

form of equation involving two variables.

(d) Find the value of a variable in an

inverse variation when sufficient

information is given.

(e) Able to solve problems involving

inverse variation

3 (a) State the changes in a quantity with

respect to another quantity, in everyday

life situations, involving joint variation.

(b) Determine from given information

whether a quantity varies directly and

inversely as another quantity.

(c) Express a direct and an inverse

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

WEEK/DATE

4

(23 - 29 Jan)

TOPIC

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

ACTIVITIES

CHAPTER 8

BEARING

8.1 Bearing

Explanation on the subtopics

compass directions.

Discussion on the problem solving method

(b) State the compass angle of any

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

compass direction.

(c) Draw a diagram which shows the

direction of B relative to A given the

bearing of B from A.

(d) State the bearing of point A from point

B based on the given information.

(e) Solve problems involving bearing

CHAPTER 9

EARTH AS A SPHERE

9.1 Longitude

9.2 Latitude

north and south poles.

(b) State the longitude of a given point.

(c) Sketch and label a meridian with the

longitude given.

(d) Find the difference between two

longitudes

2 (a) Sketch a circle parallel to the

equator.

(b) State the latitude of a given point.

(c) Sketch and label a given parallel of

latitude.

(d) Find the difference between two

latitudes.

5

(30 Jan - 5 Feb)

6

(6 - 12 Feb)

(b) Determine from given information

whether a quantity varies inversely as

another quantity.

(c) Express an inverse variation in the

form of equation involving two variables.

(d) Find the value of a variable in an

OBJECTIVES

inverse variation

when sufficient

information is given.

(e) Able to solve problems involving

inverse variation

3 (a) State the changes in a quantity with

respect to another quantity, in everyday

life situations, involving joint variation.

(b) Determine from given information

whether a quantity varies directly and

inversely as another quantity.

(c) Express a direct and an inverse

variation in the form of equation involving

three variables.

(d) Find the value of a variable in the joint

variation when sufficient information is

given.

(e) Able to solve problems involving joint

variation

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

TEACHING AIDS

EVENTS

9 Feb (Thaipusam)

10 Feb (Daurah Fiqh)

11 Feb (Saturday Extra Class)

CHAPTER 9

EARTH AS A SPHERE

9.1 Longitude

9.2 Latitude

WEEK/DATE

TOPIC

7

(13 - 19 Feb)

REVISION

8

(20 - 26 Feb)

9

(27 Feb - 5 Mac)

10

(6 - 12 Mac)

north and south poles.

(b) State the longitude of a given point.

(c) Sketch and label a meridian with the

longitude given.

(d) Find the difference between two

longitudes

OBJECTIVES

2 (a) Sketch a circle parallel to the

equator.

(b) State the latitude of a given point.

(c) Sketch and label a given parallel of

latitude.

(d) Find the difference between two

latitudes.

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze

the solutions

and difficultTAHUNAN

questions

RANCANGAN

PENGAJARAN

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

chapter learned.

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

ACTIVITIES

TEACHING AIDS

Year Exam Papers

11

(13 - 19 Mac)

1. Discuss the exam questions and do the 1. Discuss the correct answer of the questions

correction

18 - 26 Mac (School Holidays)

12

(20 - 26 Mac)

Explanation on the subtopics

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

9.4 Distance on the surface 4 (a) Find the length of an arc of a great

Explanation on the subtopics

of the earth

circle in nautical mile, given the subtended Discussion on the problem solving method

angle at the center of the earth and vice

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

versa.

(b) Find the distance between two points

measured along a meridian, given the

latitude of both points.

(c) Find the latitude of a point given the

latitude of another point and the distance

between the two points along the same

meridian.

(d) Find the distance between two points

measured along the equator, given the

longitudes of both points.

(e) Find the longitude of a point given the

longitude of another point, and the

distance between the two points along the

equator.

(f) State the relation between the radius of

the earth and the radius of a parallel of

latitude.

14

(3 - 9 Apr)

DISCUSSION

13

(27 Mac - 2 Apr)

EVENTS

15 Feb (SRC Conference)

18 Feb (Saturday Extra Class)

given place.

(b) Mark the location of a place.

(c) Sketch and label the latitude and

longitude of a given place.

WEEK/DATE

14

(3 - 9 Apr)

9.4 Distance on the surface 4 (a) Find the length of an arc of a great

Explanation on the subtopics

of the earth

circle in nautical mile, given the subtended Discussion

on thePENGAJARAN

problem solvingTAHUNAN

method

RANCANGAN

angle at the center of the earth and vice

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

versa.

2017

(b) Find the distance between two points

measured along a meridian, given the

TOPIC

ACTIVITIES

latitude of bothOBJECTIVES

points.

(c) Find the latitude of a point given the

latitude of another point and the distance

between the two points along the same

meridian.

(d) Find the distance between two points

measured along the equator, given the

longitudes of both points.

(e) Find the longitude of a point given the

longitude of another point, and the

distance between the two points along the

equator.

(f) State the relation between the radius of

the earth and the radius of a parallel of

latitude.

3 (a) Determine whether a given point

Explanation on the subtopics

inequalities in two variables satisfies y = ax + b, y > ax + b or y< ax + b Discussion on the problem solving method

(b) Determine the position of a given point Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

relative to the line y = ax + b

(c) Determine the region representing the

inequalities.

(d) Determining the region which satisfies

two or more simultaneous linear

inequalities.

Graphing Board

CHAPTER 3

TRANSFORMATIONS III

3.1 Concept of combination

of two transformations

Explanation on the subtopics

under combination of two isometric

Discussion on the problem solving method

transformation

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

(b) Determine the image of an object

under combination of : (i) two

enlargements,

(ii) an enlargement and an isometric

transformation

(c) Able to draw the image of an object

under combination of two transformations.

(d) Able to state the coordinates of the

image of a point under combined

transformations.

EVENTS

Graphing Board

15

(10 - 16 Apr)

17

(24 - 30 Apr)

TEACHING AIDS

a quadratic function, a cubic function, a

Discussion on the problem solving method

reciprocal functions.

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

(b) Findings values of variables from a

graph

(i) the value of y, given a value of x

(ii) the value of x, given a value of y

(c) Identifying the shape of a graph from a

given

function.

2 (a) Sketching the graph of function

(b) Finding the solutions of an equation by

using the following steps

(i) Determine two graphs that need to be

drawn

(ii) Draw both of the graphs

(iii) Determine the intersection points

(c) Understand the intersection points of

two graphs as the solution of the

equations.

(d) Solving problem by graphical method

CHAPTER 2

GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS

(II)

2.1 Graphs of functions

2.2 The solution of an

equation by graphical

method

16

(17 - 23 Apr)

WEEK/DATE

CHAPTER 3

TRANSFORMATIONS III

3.1 Concept of combination

of two transformations

TOPIC

17

(24 - 30 Apr)

RANCANGAN

PENGAJARAN

TAHUNAN

1 (a) Determine the image of an object

Explanation

on the

subtopics

MATHEMATICS

FORMmethod

5

under combination of two isometric

Discussion

on the problem solving

transformation

Analyze the solutions2017

and difficult questions

(b) Determine the image of an object

under combination

of : (i) two

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

enlargements,

(ii) an enlargement and an isometric

transformation

(c) Able to draw the image of an object

under combination of two transformations.

(d) Able to state the coordinates of the

image of a point under combined

transformations.

TEACHING AIDS

combined transformation AB is equivalent

to the combined transformation BA.

(f) Able to specify the two successive

transformations in a combined

transformation when the object and the

image are given.

(g) Able to specify a transformation which

is equivalent to the combination of two

isometric transformations.

(h) Able to solve problems involving

transformations

18

(1 - 7 May)

REVISION

19

(8 - 14 May)

chapter learned.

EVENTS

Discussion on the problem solving method

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

20

(15 - 21 May)

21

(22 - 28 May)

22

(29 May - 4 June)

Year Exam Papers

12 May (Majlis Zikir & Selawat)

13 May (Saturday Extra Class)

20 May (Saturday Extra Class)

15 - 25 May (Midterm Examination)

26 May (Sambutan Hari Guru)

27 May - 11 June (School Holidays)

27 May - 11 June (School Holidays)

3 June (Agong's Birthday)

23

(5 - 11 June)

24

(12 - 18 June)

25

(19 - 25 June)

CHAPTER 6

GRADIENT AND AREA

UNDER A GRAPH

6.1 The quantity

represented by the gradient

of a graph.

6.2 The area under a graph

gradient of a graph

Discussion on the problem solving method

(b) Draw the distance - time graph given: Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

(i) a table of distance - time values

(ii) a relationship between distance and

time

(c) Find and interpret the gradient of

distance - time graph.

(d) Find the speed for a period of time

from distance-time graph.

(e) Draw a graph to show the relationship

between two variables representing

certain measurements and state the

meaning of its gradient.

2 (a) State the quantity represented by the

area under a graph

(b) Find the area under a graph

(c) Determine the distance by finding the

area under the following type of speed

time graphs;

17 June (Saturday Extra Class)

WEEK/DATE

25

(19 - 25 June)

time

of a graph.

6.2 The area under a graph (c) Find and interpret the gradient of

distance - time graph.

(d) Find the speed for a period of time

from distance-time graph.

(e) Draw a graph to show the relationship

between two variables

representing

TOPIC

OBJECTIVES

certain measurements and state the

meaning of its gradient.

2 (a) State the quantity represented by the

area under a graph

(b) Find the area under a graph

(c) Determine the distance by finding the

area under the following type of speed

time graphs;

(d) Solving problems involving gradient

and area under a graph.

CHAPTER 7

PROBABILITY II

26

7.1 The probability of an

(26 June - 2 July)

event

7.2 The probability for the

complement of an event

7.3 The probability of the

combined event

27

(3 - 9 July)

29

(17 - 23 July)

ACTIVITIES

TEACHING AIDS

Explanation on the subtopics

experiment with equally likely outcomes.

Discussion on the problem solving method

(b) Determine the probability of an event Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

with equation of probable sample space.

(c) Solve problems involving probability of

an event.

EVENTS

7 July (Team Building)

words and set notation.

(b) Find the probability of the complement

of an event

3 (a) List the outcomes for the events:

(i) A or B elements of the set

(ii) A and B as elements of the set

outcomes of combined events

(i) A or B

(ii) A and B

(c) Solve problems involving probability of

combined event.

CHAPTER 10

PLANS AND

ELEVATIONS

10.1 Orthogonal projection

10.2 Plan and Elevation

28

(10 - 16 July)

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

Explanation on the subtopics

(b) Draw the orthogonal projection, given Discussion on the problem solving method

an object and a plane.

Analyze the solutions and difficult questions

(c) Determine the difference between an

object and its orthogonal projection with

respect to edges and angles.

2 (a) Draw the plan of a solid object.

(b) Draw front elevation and side elevation

of solid object.

(c) Draw:

(i) the plan,

(ii) the front elevation,

(iii)the side elevation, of a solid object to a

scale.

(d) Solve problems involving plan and

elevation.

questions

Exam PapersQUADRATIC

EXPRESSIONS AND

EQUATIONS

15 July (Saturday Extra Class)

Papers

21 July (Leadership Training)

22 July (Saturday Extra Class)

29

WEEK/DATE

(17 - 23 July)

Exam PapersQUADRATIC

TOPIC

EXPRESSIONS AND

EQUATIONS

Revision of Previous Year

Exam Papers- SETS

questions

OBJECTIVES

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

Question, Discussion and

2017Answering Session

ACTIVITIES

Papers

TEACHING AIDS

EVENTS

questions

Papers

questions

Exam Papers- THE

31

(31 July - 6 Aug) STRAIGHT LINE

Papers

5 Aug (Saturday Extra Class)

questions

Exam PapersPROBABILITY I & II

Papers

30

(24 - 30 July)

32

(7 - 13 Aug)

33

(14 - 20 Aug)

34

(21 - 27 Aug)

35

(28 Aug - 3 Sept)

36

(4 - 10 Sept)

37

(11 - 17 Sept)

14 - 25 Aug (Test 2, PT3 & SPM Trial Examinations)

26 Aug - 3 Sept (School Holidays)

Revision of Previous Year To familiarize students with the SPM type

questions

Exam PapersTRANSFORMATIONS I, II,

& III

Papers

questions

Exam PapersTRIGONOMETRY I & II

Papers

26 Aug - 3 Sept (School Holidays)

26 Aug - 3 Sept (School Holidays)

31 Aug (National Day)

9 Sept (PT3 & SPM Trial Result Collection Day)

16 Sept (Malaysia Day)

MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2017

WEEK/DATE

TOPIC

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

TEACHING AIDS

EVENTS

Exam Papers- GRADIENT questions

AND AREA UNDER THE

GRAPH

Papers

22 Sept (Forum Maal Hijrah & Daurah Tasawwuf)

23 Sept (Saturday Extra Class)

Exam Papers- EARTH AS questions

39

A SPHERE

(25 Sept - 1 Oct)

Papers

questions

Exam PapersSTATISTICS I, II, & III

Papers

7 Oct (Saturday extra Class)

Exam Papers- GRAPH OF questions

FUNCTIONS II

Papers

9 - 13 Oct (PT3 Examination)

14 Oct (Saturday Extra Class)

questions

Exam Papers- PLANS

AND ELEVATIONS

Papers

18 Oct (Deepavali)

21 Oct (Saturday Extra Class)

38

(18 - 24 Sept)

40

(2 - 8 Oct)

41

(9 - 15 Oct)

42

(16 - 22 Oct)

43

(23 - 29 Oct)

44

(30 Oct - 5 Nov)

45

(6 - 12 Nov)

28 Oct (Saturday Extra Class)

23 Oct - 3 Nov (Final Examination)

3 Nov (Majlis Restu Ilmu SPM)

4 Nov (SPM Saturday Extra Class)

6 Nov (Solat Hajat & Yassin for SPM)

46

(13 - 19 Nov)

47

(20 - 26 Nov)

48

(27 Nov - 2 Dec)

49

(3 - 9 Dec)

50

(10 - 16 Dec)

51

(17 - 23 Dec)

52

(24 - 30 Dec)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

1 Dec (Graduation & AEA)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

25 Nov - 31 Dec (School Holidays)

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