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# YEARLY LESSON PLAN

DATE STANDARDS

## CHAPTER 1 : PATTERNS AND SEQUENCES (MODULE 1)

WEEK 1 1.1 Paterns 1.1.1 Recognize and describe patterns of various
number sets and objects based on real life Various number sets including even
01/01/2018 situations, and hence make generalisation on numbers, odd numbers, Pascal's
pattern. Triangle and Fibonacci Numbers
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04/01/2018 Exploratory activities that involve
1.2.1 Explain the meaning of sequence
geometrical shapes, numbers and
1.2 Sequences Identify and describe the pattern of a objects must be carried out.
1.2.2 sequence, and hence complete and extend
the sequence.
WEEK 2 1.3 Patterns and 1.3.1 Make generalisation about the pattern of a
sequences sequence using numbers, words and
07/01/2018 algebraic expressions.
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11/01/2018 1.3.2 Determine specific terms of a sequence
1.3.3 Solve problems involving sequences.

## CHAPTER 2 : FACTORISATION AND ALGEBRAIC FRACTION (MODULE 16, MODULE 17)

WEEK 3 2.1 Expansion 2.1.1 Explain the meaning of the expansion of Various representations such as algebra
14/01/2018 two algebraic expressions. tiles should be used
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18/01/2018 2.1.2 Expand two algebraic expressions.
2.1.3 Simplify algebraic expressions involving
combined operations, including expansion.

2.1.4 Solve problems involving expansion of two Limit to problems involving linear
algebraic expressions.. algebraic expressions.

WEEK 4 2.2 Factorisation 2.2.1 Relate the multiplication of algebraic Factorisation as the inverse of
expressions to the concept of factors and expansion can be emphasized
21/01/2018 factorisation, and hence list out the factors
- of the product of the algebraic expressions.
25/01/2018
2.2.2 Factorise algebraic expressions using Various methods including the use of
various methods. common factors and other methods
such as cross multiplication or using
2.2.3 Solve problems involving factorisation algebra tiles.

WEEK 5 2.3 Agebraic 2.3.1 Perform addition and subtraction of Algebraic expressions including
Expressions and algebraic expressions involving expansion algebraic fractions.
28/01/2018 Laws of Basic and factorisation.
- Arithmetic
01/02/2018 Operations. 2.3.2 Perform multiplication and division of
algebraic expressions involving expansion
and factorisation.

## 2.3.3 Perform combined operations of algebraic

expressions involving expansion and
factorisation.
CHAPTER 3 : ALGEBRAIC FORMULAE (MODULE 16, MODULE 17)
WEEK 6 3.1 Algebraic 3.1.1 Write a formula based on a situation. Situation includes statements such as
Formulae "the square of a number is nine".
04/02/2018 3.1.2 Change the subject of formula of an
- algebraic equation.
08/02/2018
3.1.3 Determine the value of a variable when the
value of another variable given.
3.1.4 Solve problems involving formulae.

## CHAPTER 4 : POLYGONS (MODULE 14)

4.1 Regular 4.1.1 Describe the geometric properties of Exploratory activities involving
WEEK 7 Polygons regular polygons using various various methods such as the use of
representations. concrete meterials (e.g. origami) or
11/02/2018 dynamic geometric software should be
- carried out.
15/02/2018

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Activities to compare and contrast
regular and irregular polygons, and to
emphasise the congruency of angles
should be involved.

## Geometric properties including length

of sides, angles and the number of axes
of symmetry.

4.1.2 Construct regular polygons using various Various methods including the use of
methods and explain the rationales for the dynamic geometric software
steps of construction.

4.2.1
4.2 Interior Derive the formula for the sum of interior Exploratory activities using various
Angles and angles of a polygon methods such as the use of dynamic
WEEK 8 Exterior Angles 4.2.2 Make and verify conjectures about the sum geometric software should be carried
of Polygons of exterior angles of a polygon out.
18/02/2018 4.2.3 Determine the values of interior angles,
- exterior angles and the number of sides of
22/02/2018 a polygon
4.2.4 Solve problems involving polygons
CHAPTER 5 : CIRCLES (MODULE 14)
5.1 Properties 5.1.1 Recognise parts of a circle and explain the Exploratory activities with various
WEEK 9 of Circles properties of a circle. methods such as using dynamic
5.1.2 Costruct a circle and parts of the circle geometry software should be carried
25/02/2018 out.
based on the conditions given
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01/03/2018 Parts of a circle including diameter,
chord and sector.

Example of conditions:
a) Construct a circle - given the radius
or diameter.
b) Construct a diameter - through a
certain point in a circle given the
centre of the circle.

## c) Construct a chord - through a certain

point on the circumference given the
length of the chord.

## d) Construct a sector - given the angle

of the sector and the radius of the
circle
The use of dynamic geometry software
is encouraged

WEEK 10
04/03/2018
MONTHLY TEST
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08/03/2018
5.2 Symmetrical 5.2.1 Verify and explain that Exploratory activities with various
WEEK 11 Properties of methods such as using dynamic
Chords (i) diameter of a circle is an axis of geometry software should be carried
11/03/2018 symmetry of the circle. out.
- (ii) a radius that is perpendicular to a chord
15/03/2018 bisects the chord and vice versa
(iii) perpendicular bisectors of two chords
intersect at the centre
(iv) Chords that are equal in length
produce arcs of the same length and vice
versa
(v) chords that are equal in length are
equidistant from the centre of the circle
and vice versa
5.2.2 Determine the centre and radius of a circle
by geometrical construction.
5.2.3 Solve problems involving symmetrical
properties of chords.

## FIRST MID-TERM HOLIDAY : 16/03/2018 - 24/03/2018

WEEK 12 5.3 5.3.1 Determine the relationship between Exploratory activities for Learning
Circumference circumference and diameter of a circle, and Standards 5.3.1 and 5.3.2 should be
25/03/2018 and Area of a hence define and derive the circumference carried out by using concrete materials
- Circle formula or dynamic geometrical software
29/03/2018
5.3.2 Derive the formula for the area of a circle

## 5.3.3 Determine the circumference, area of a

circle, length of arc, area of a sector and
other related measurements.

## 5.3.4 solve problems involving circles.

CHAPTER 6 : THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRICAL SHAPES
WEEK 13 6.1 Geometric 6.1.1 Compare, contrast and classify three The concept of dimension in two and
Properties of dimensional shapes including prisms, three dimensional shapes should be
01/04/2018 Three pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres, discussed. Exploratory activities
- Dimensional and hence describe the geometric should be carried out by using concrete
05/04/2018 Shapes properties of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, materials or dynamic geometry
cones and spheres. softwares.

## Three dimensional objects including

oblique shapes.
Example of geometric property of
prisms: Uniform cross section is in the
shape of a polygon, other faces are

## WEEK 14 6.2 Nets of 6.2.1 Analyse various nets including pyramids,

three prisms, cylinders and cones, and hence
08/04/2018 Dimensional draw nets and build models.
- Shapes
12/04/2018
6.3 Surface 6.3.1 Derive the formulae of the surface areas of
Area of Three cubes, cuboids, pyramids, prisms,
cylinders and cones, and hence determine Exploratory activities should be carried
Dimensional
the surface areas of the shapes. out involving only vertical shapes.
Shapes

## 6.3.2 Determine the surface area of spheres

using formula
6.3.3 Solve problems involving the surface area Combined three dimensional shapes
of three dimensional shapes and unit conversion should be
included.
WEEK 15 6.4 Volume of 6.4.1 Derive the formulae of the volumes of Involve vertical shapes only
Three prisms and cylinders, and hence derive the
15/04/2018 Dimensional formulae of pyramids and cones
- Shapes
19/04/2018 6.4.2 Determine the volume of prisms, cylinders,
cones, pyramids and spheres using
formulae.
6.4.3 Solve problems involving the volume of Combined three dimensional shapes
three dimensional shapes. and unit conversion should be
included.

CHAPTER 7 : COORDINATES
WEEK 16 7.1 Distance in 7.1.1 Explain the meaning of distance between The meaning of distance between two
the Cartesian two points on the Cartesian plane points should be explained based on
22/04/2018 Coordinate exploratory outcomes
- System
26/04/2018
7.1.2 Derive the formula of the distance between Exploratory activities to derive the
two points on the Cartesian plane distance formula should be carried out

## 7.1.3 Determine the distance between two points

on the Cartesian plane
7.1.4 Solve problems involving the distance
between two points in the Cartesian
coordinate system.

7.2 Midpoint in 7.2.1 Exoplain the meaning of midpoint between The meaning of midpoint between two
the Cartesian two points on the Cartesian plane points should be explained based on
Coordinate exploratory outcomes
System
7.2.2 Derive the formula of the midpoint Exploratory activities to derive the
between two points on the Cartesian plane midpoint formula should be carried out
7.2.3 Determine the coordinates of midpoint
between two points on the Cartesian plane.
7.2.4 Solve problems involving midpoint in the
Cartesian coordinate system
7.3 The 7.3.1 Solve problems involving the Cartesian
Cartesian coordinate system
Coordinate
System
CHAPTER 8 : GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS (MODULE 8, MODULE 10)
WEEK 17 8.1 Explain the 8.1.1 Explain the meaning of functions Exploratory activities involving the
meaning of relationship between two quantities in
29/04/2018 functions. daily life situations should be carried
- out.
03/05/2018
8.1.2 Identify functions and provide One-to-one functions and many-to-one
Labour Day justifications based on function functions should be involved.
01/05/2018 representations in the form of ordered
pairs, tables, graphs and equations
The concept of variable as a functional
relationship associated with the
concept of variable as unknown under
linear equations topic.
The function notation, f(x), should be
introduced.
8.2 Graphs of 8.2.1 Construct tables of values for linear and Linear and non-linear functions
Functions non-linear functions, and hence draw the including those representing real life
graphs using the scale given. situations

## Function in the form of

y  ax n
n=-2,-1,0,1,2,3 a≠ 0, should be
involved
8.2.2 Interpret graphs of functions Graphs of functions including those
representing real life situations

## Interpreting graphs of functions is like

studying trends and making
predictions.
WEEK 18
8.2.3 Solve problems involving graphs of Solving equations by determining the
functions point(s) of intersection of two graphs
06/05/2018
should be involved
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10/05/2018
CHAPTER 9 : SPEED AND ACCELERATION
9.1 Speed 9.1.1 Explain the meaning of speed as a rate The meaning of speed should be
involving distance and time. explained based on exporatory
outcomes.

WEEK 18 9.1.2 Describe the differences between uniform Various representations including
and non-uniform speed tables and graphs should be used based
06/05/2018 on various situations.
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9.1.3 Perform calculation involving speed and
average speed including unit conversion.
10/05/2018 9.1.4 Solve problems involving speed

WEEK 19 9.2 Acceleration 9.2.1 Explain the meaning of acceleration and The meaning of acceleration and
deceleration as a rate involving speed and deceleration should be explained based
13/05/2018 time. on exploratory outcomes
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17/05/2018
9.2.2 Perform calculations involving
acceleration including unit conversion.
9.2.3 Solve problems involving acceleration.
WEEK 20

20/05/2018
MID-YEAR EXAMINATION
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24/05/2018

## CHAPTER 10 : GRADIENT OF A STRAIGHT LINE (MODULE 10)

inclination based on real life situations,
28/05/2018 and then explain the meaning of gradient
- as a ratio of vertical distance to horizontal
01/06/2018 distance.
10.1.2 Derive the formulae for gradient of a Carry out exploratory activities
straight line in the Cartesian plane. involving various methods such as the
use of dynamic software.

## Discuss the case of a straight line that

passes through the origin and a straight
line that is parallel to the axis.

and
 y  int ercept
m
x  int ercept

10.1.3 Make generalisation for the gradient of a Exploratory activities involving all
straight line cases of gradient should be carried out
Example of generalisation:
WEEK 22 : (a) The bigger the absolute value of the
gradient, the steeper the straight line.
03/06/2018
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07/06/2018
(b) The positive or negative sign of the
of inclination in a straight line

## MID-YEAR HOLIDAY : 09/06/2018 - 24/06/2018

10.1.4 Determine the gradient of a straight line. Real life situations should be involved.

## The relationship between concrete,

WEEK 23 graphic and symbolic representations
should be done.
Reasons why the ratio of vertical
distance to horizontal distance is used
to determine the gradient, and not
otherwise, should be discussed.
24/06/2018
- 10.1.5 Solve problems involving the gradient of a
28/06/2018 straight line

## CHAPTER 11 : ISOMETRIC TRANSFORMATIONS (MODULE 15, MODULE 19)

11.1 11.1.1 Describe the changes of shapes, sizes, Exploratory activities involving
Transformations directions and orientations of an object examples of real life when the object
WEEK 24 under a transformation, and hence explain reflected, rotated, moved and enlarged
the idea of one-to-one correspondence or reduced in size, should be carried
01/07/2018 between points in a transformation. out.
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05/07/2018
The use of digital technology is
encouraged.
11.1.2 Explain the idea of congruency in The difference between congruency
transformations. and similarity should be discussed.

## 11.2 Translation 11.2.1 Recognise a translation. Exploratory activities by using

dynamic geometry software should be
carried out.

discussed.

## 11.2.2 Describe translation by using various Examples of various representations

representations including vector form are graphic, language and symbol.
Vector translations can be written as
a
11.2.3 Determine the image and object under a  
translation b
11.2.4 Solve problems involving translation

## 11.3 Reflection 11.3.1 Recognise a reflection Exploratory activities with various

WEEK 25 methods using dynamic geometry
software should be carried out.
08/07/2018
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12/08/2018 Properties of image should be
discussed.

representations.

## Symmetrical properties of reflection

should be discussed.

## 11.3.3 Determine the image and object under a

reflection.
11.3.4 Solve problems involving reflection.
11.4 Rotation 11.4.1 Recognise a rotation Exploratory activities with various
methods using dynamic geometry
software should be carried out.

## Properties of image should be

discussed.
11.4.2 Describe rotation using various Symbolic representation is excluded
representations.
11.4.3 Determine the image and object under a
rotation.
11.4.4 Solve problems involving rotation.
WEEK 26 11.5 11.5.1 Investigate the relationship between the Examples of non-isometry should be
Translation, effects of translation, reflection and included. Isometry is a
15/07/2018 Reflection and rotation and the distance between two transformation which preserves the
- Rotation as an points on an object and image, and hence distance between any two points.
19/07/2018 Isometry explain isometry.

## 11.5.2 Explain the relationship between isometry

and congruency.
*Hari Raya Puasa 11.5.3 Solve problems involving isometry and
16/6/18-17/6/18 congruency

11.6 Rotational 11.6.1 Explain rotational symmetry. Carry out exploratory activities
Symmetry involving only two-dimensional
objects .

## 11.6.2 Determine the degree of rotational

symmetry of an object.

## CHAPTER 12 : MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCIES (MODULE 4, MODULE 5, MODULE 12)

12.1 Measures 12.1.1 Determine the mode, mean and median of Calculators or softwares are used in
WEEK 28 of Central a set of ungrouped data. this topic where appropriate.
Tendencies
29/07/2018 Questions generated towards data
- collection based on real life situations,
02/08/2018 and hence collect and use the data to
describe measures of central
tendencies should be involved.

## Real life situations may involve EMK

such as :
(a) pupils' pocket money
(b) commodities market
(c) tourism
(d) usage of technology tools
The effects of extreme values should
be discussed.
12.1.2 Make conclusions about the effect of Exploratory activities involving
changes in a set of data to the value of uniform and non-uniform changes
mode, mean and median should be carried out.

WEEK 28 12.1.3 Collect data, construct and interpret the Exploratory activities should be carried
frequency table for grouped data. out in shich pupils develop
30/07/2018 understanding in data organising and
- making conclusions systematically.
03/08/2018

Example:
Classifying data into several categories
( pass and fail) / level/rank.
12.1.4 Determine the modal class and mean of a
set of grouped data.
12.1.5 Choose and justify the appropriate Data sets in the form of representations
measures of central tendencies to describe such as tables, pie charts, bar charts,
the distribution of a set of data, including stem-and-leaf plots should be
those with extreme values. involved.

12.1.6 Determine mode, mean and median from Comparison of two or more sets of
data representations. data should be involved.

## 12.1.7 Apply the understanding of measures of The importance of range in the

central tendencies to make predictions, comparison should be emphasized.
form convincing arguments and make
conclusions.
CHAPTER 13 : SIMPLE PROBABILITY (MODULE 02)
WEEK 29 13.1 13.1.1 Perform simple probability experiments,
Experimental and hence state the ratio
05/08/2018 Probability
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9/08/2018
as the experimental probability of an event.

13.1.2 Make conclusions about the experimental Softwares should be used to perform
probability of an event when the number of simulations.
trials are large enough.
The conclusion to be made is that the
experimental probability tends to a
certain value if the experiment is
repeated with a large enough number
of trials.
n( A)
P ( A) 
n( S )

WEEK 30 13.2 Probability 13.2.1 Determine the sample space and events of Exploratory activities involving real
Theory an experiment. life situations in order to develop the
12/08/2018 involving idea of sample space and events should
- Equally Likely be carried out.
16/08/2018 Outcomes

## 13.2.2 Construct probability models for an event,

and hence make connection between The probability model for an
theoretical probability and experimental event A is represented by
probability

## (b) sales of goods

(c) weather
(d) usage of technology tools

## SECOND MID-TERM HOLIDAY : 17/08/2018 - 25/08/2018

Hari Raya Haji - 22/08/2018

WEEK 31
26/08/2018
- MONTHLY TEST
30/08/2018
WEEK 32 13.3 Probability 13.3.1 Describe the complement of an event in Exploratory activities should be carried
of the words and by using set notations. out by connecting to the concept of set
02/09/2018 Complement of in order to make these generalisations:
- an Event
06/09/2018
P(A) + P(A') = 1
P(A') = 1 - P(A)
0 ≤ P(A) ≤ 1
13.3.2 Determine the probability of the
complement of an event.
13.4 Simple 13.4.1 Solve problems involving the probability
Probability of an event.

WEEK 33 : 10/09/2018 - 14/09/2018 REVISION * Cuti sempena Keputeraan Agung 9/9/18 & Awal Muharram 11/9/18

## WEEK 41 : 05/11/2018 - 09/11/2018 FINAL EXAMINATION Deepavali 6/11/18

WEEK 42 : 12/11/2018 - 16/11/2018 CLASS MANAGEMENT