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WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

1 1. WHOLE 1. NUMBERS TO 1. Develop number sense up to i. Name and write numbers up to 100 000 Compare numbers and

NUMBERS 100 000 100 000 ii. Determine the place value of the digits explain why a particular

in any whole number up to 100 000 number has a bigger or

iii. Compare value of numbers to 100 000 smaller value

iv. Round of numbers to the nearest ten,

hundred and thousand. Use relevant techniques of

estimation.

1. WHOLE 2. ADDITION WITH 1. Add numbers to the total i. Add any two to four numbers to 100 000 Add any two to four

NUMBERS THE HIGHEST of 100 000 numbers using;

TOTAL OF 100 000 ii. Solve addition problems. - horizontal form

- vertical form

2 1. WHOLE 3. SUBTRACTION 1. Subtract numbers from a i. Subtract one or two numbers from a Expose pupils to strategies

NUMBERS WITHIN THE RANGE number less than 100 000 bigger number less than 100 000 of quick addition.

OF 100 000

ii. Solve subtraction problems Subtract a number or two

numbers from another

number

(horizontal or vertical )

sentences

3 1. WHOLE 4.MULTIPLICATION 1. Multiply any two numbers i. Multiply four-digit numbers with Multiply in the form of

NUMBERS WITH THE HIGHEST with the highest product of a) one-digit numbers, number sentences

PRODUCT OF 100 000 b) 10, -vertical and horizontal

100 000 c) two-digit numbers.

ii. Multiply three-digit numbers with Expose pupils to various

a) 100, strategies in

b) two-digit numbers, multiplication,such as, -

iii. Multiply two-digit number with 1000 multiplies of a number

iv. Solve multiplication problems. - benchmaking

- commutative

property

- associative property

- lattice multiplication

given number sentences.

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

3 1. WHOLE 5. DIVISION WITH 1. Divide a number less than i. Divide five-digit numbers by Model division using the

NUMBERS THE HIGHEST 100 000 by a two-digit number a) one-digit numbers, number line and divide

DIVIDEND OF 100 b) 10, 100 and 1000, using the long division

000 c) two-digit numbers. method.

ii. Divide four-digit numbers by

a) one-digit numbers, Expose pupils to various

b) 10, 100 and 1000, strategies in division such

c) two-digit numbers. as;

iii. Solve division problems. - divisibility of a number,

- divide by 10, 100 and

1000

number sentences.

1. WHOLE 6. MIXED 1. Perform mixed operation i. Perform mixed operations involving Perform mixed operation in

NUMBERS OPERATION involving addition and addition and subtraction with numbers the form of number

subtraction. less than sentences (vertical and

a) 100, horizontal)

b) 1000,

c) 10 000. Create stories from a given

ii. Solve mixed operation problems. number sentences.

4 2. FRACTION 1. PROPER 1. Name and write proper i. Name and write proper fractions with Compare parts to the

FRACTION fractions with denominators up denominators up to 10. whole to introduce proper

to 10 ii. Compare the value of two proper fractions.

fractions with - Paper(Partition paper

a) The same denominators, equally by folding)

b) The numerator of 1 and different - Fraction chart/strips and

Denominators up to 10. cuisenaire rods

2. FRACTION 2. EQUIVALENT 1. Express equivalent fractions i. Express and write equivalent fractions for Express equivalent

FRACTIONS for proper fractions. proper fractions. fractions with the aid of

ii. Express equivalent fractions to its fraction

simplest form. chart/strips,strings,number

iii. Recognise fractions as equal shares of a lines and graphics using

whole set with denominator up to 10. conventional technology or

ICT.

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

5 2. FRACTION 3. ADDITION OF 1. Add two proper fractions i. Add two proper fractions with the same Demonstrate subtraction of

PROPER FRACTIONS with denominators up to 10 denominator up to 10 to its simplest form proper fractions through

a) With 1 as the numerator for both paper folding activities or

fractions, use charts, diagrams and

b) With different numerators. number lines.

ii. Add two proper fractions with different

denominators up to 10 to its simplest form

a) With 1 as the numerator for both

fractions, Pupils create stories from

b) With different numerators. given number sentences

iii. Solve problems involving addition of involving fractions.

proper fractions.

6 2. FRACTION 4. SUBTRACTION OF 1. Subtract proper fractions i. Subtract two proper fractions with the Demonstrate subtraction of

PROPER FRACTIONS with denominators up to 10 same denominator up to 10 to its proper fractions through

simplest form paper folding activities or

c) With 1 as the numerator for both use charts, diagrams and

fractions, number lines.

d) With different numerators.

ii. Subtract two proper fractions with

different denominators up to 10 to its

simplest form Pupils create stories from

a) With 1 as the numerator for both given number sentences

fractions, involving fractions.

b) With different numerators.

iii. Solve problems involving addition of

proper fractions.

7 3. DECIMALS 1. INTRODUCTION 1. Understand and use the i. Name and write decimals with Introduces the concept of

TO DECIMAL vocabulary related to decimals a) one decimal place decimals using diene’s

NUMBER b) two decimal place bloks,hundred squares,

ii. Recognise the place value of place value chart and

a) tenths, number line.

b) hundredths,

c) tenths and hundredths. Write types of decimals:

iii. Convert fraction to decimals of a) decimal fraction

a) tenths, b) mixed decimals

b) hundredths,

c) tenths and hundredths,and vise versa

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

8 3. DECIMALS 2. ADDITION OF 1. Add decimals up to two i. Add any two to four decimals of one Compare decimals using

DECIMAL NUMBER decimal place. decimal place involving diene’s bloks,hundred

a) decimals only, squares and number lines.

b) who;e number and decimals,

c) mixed decimals. Perform addition of

ii. Add any two to four decimals of two decimals through number

decimal place involving sentences and use number

a) decimals only, lines to model addition of

b) who;e number and decimals, any two to four decimals

c) mixed decimals. using number lines.

ii. Solve problems involving addition of

decimal number Pupil create stories from

given number sentences.

9 3. DECIMALS 3. SUBTRACTION OF 1. Subtract decimals up to two i. Subtract one to two decimals from a Pupil model subtraction of

DECIMAL NUMBER decimal place. decimal of one decimal place involving decimals using number

a) decimals only, lines and subtract decimal

b) mixed decimals, numbers through number

c) whole numbers and decimals (mixed sentences in the vertical

decimals) form.

ii. Subtract one to two decimals of one or

two decimal place Pupil create stories from

iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of given number sentences.

decimals

10 3. DECIMALS 4. MULTIPLICATION 1. Multiply decimals up to two i. Multiply any decimal of one decimal place Pupil model multiplication

OF DECIMAL decimal places with a whole with of decimals using number

NUMBER number a) a one-digit number lines and multiply decimal

b) 10, 100 and 1000 numbers using number

ii. Multiply any decimal of two decimal place sentences in the vertical

with form.

a) a one-digit number

b) 10, 100 and 1000

iii. Solve problems involving multiplication of Pupil create stories from

decimals given number sentences.

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

12 3. DECIMALS 5. DIVISION OF 1. Divide decimals up to two i. Divide decimals of one decimal place by Pupil model division of

DECIMAL NUMBER decimal places by a whole a) a one-digit whole number, decimals using number

number. b) 10. lines and divide decimal

ii. Divide decimals of two decimal place by numbers by the long

one-digit whole number. division method.

iii. Divide decimals by a whole number with

the dividend value of up to two decimal

place. Pupil create stories from

iv. Solve problems involving division of given number sentences.

decimals

13 4. MONEY 5. MONEY TO 1. Understand and use the i. Read and write the value of money up to Show different combination

RM 10 000 vocabulary related to money RM 10 000. of notes and coin.

4. MONEY 5. MONEY TO 2. Use and apply knowledge of i. Add money up to RM 10 000 Perform basic operations

RM 10 000 money in real life. ii. Subtract money from up to RM 10 000 involving money by writing

iii. Multiply money to the highest product of number sentences in the

RM 10 000 vertical and horizontal

iv. Divide money with dividend not more than form.

RM 10 000

14 4. MONEY 5. MONEY TO 2. Use and apply knowledge of v. Perform mixed operation involving -Perform mixed operations

RM 10 000 money in real life. addition and subtraction involving money involving money by

up to RM 10 000 writing

vi. Round of money to the nearest “ringgit”. number sentences in the

vii.Solve problems involving money of up to vertical

RM 10 000 and horizontal .

- Pupil create stories from

given number sentences.

15 5. TIME 1. READING AND 1. Understand, read and write i. Read time in hours and minutes according Teacher introduce how to

WRITING TIME time in hours and minutes. to the 12-hour system. read and write in hours

ii. Write time in hours and minutes according and minutes using analog

to the 12-hours system. clock and digital clock.

5. TIME 2. TIME SCHEDULE 1. Construct a simple schedule. i. Construct, read and extract information Pupil gather information to

from a simple schedule. construct a simple

schedule.

5. TIME 2. TIME SCHEDULE 2. Read a calendar i. Extract information from a calendar Arrange in sequence, the

ii. Solve simple real life problems involving months of a year.

reading the calendar.

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

16 5. TIME 3. RELATIONSHIP 3. Understand the relationship i. State the relationship between units of Pupils explore the calendar

BETWEEN UNITS OF between units of time time:- to look for time

TIME a) 1 day = 24 hours, relationships between

b) 1 year= 365/366 days, years and days.

c) 1 decade= 10 years.

ii. Convert:-

a) years to days, and vice versa Pupils convert units of

b) decade to years, and vice versa time.

c) Years to months, and vice versa

d) Hours to days, and vice versa.

iii. Convert time from:-

a) hours to minutes, and vice versa Pupils convert time;

b) hours and minutes to minutes,and vice a) hours to minutes

versa, b) hours and minutes

c) minutes to hours and minutes, and vice to minutes

versa c) minutes to hours

and minutes

17 5. TIME 4. BASIC 1. Add, subtract, multiply and i. Add time involving conversion of units Pupils add, subtract,

OPERATIONS divide units of time. with answers in compound units of:- multiply and divide time

INVOLVING TIME a) hours and minutes, and convert units of time.

b) years and months, Units of time involve

c) decades and years. a) minutes,

ii. Subtract time involving conversion of b) hours,

units with answers in compound units of:- c) months,

a) hours and minutes, d) years,

b) years and months, e) decades.

c) decades and years.

18 iii. Multiply time involving conversion of Pupils perform basic

units with answers in compound units of:- operations involving time

a) hours and minutes, using number sentences in

b) years and months, the vertical form.

c) decades and years.

iv. Divide time involving conversion of

units with answers in compound units of:-

a) hours and minutes,

b) years and months, Pupils create stories about

c) decades and years. time from given number

v. Solve problems involving basic operations sentences.

of time :-

a) hours and minutes,

b) years and months,

c) decades and years.

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

19 5. TIME 5. TIME DURATION 1. Use and apply knowledge of i. Read and state the start and the end of Pupils extract information

time to find the duration an event from a schedule, from schedule, sucs as ;

ii. Calculate the duration of an event from a) class time-table,

a schedule in b) prayer schedule,

a) minutes, c) bus schedule, etc.

b) hours,

c) hours and minutes within a day and

two consecutive live days.

5. TIME 5. TIME DURATION 1. Use and apply knowledge of iii. Calculate the start or the end of an Pupils model time on a

time to find the duration event from a given duration of time and number line to determine

read the start or end of an event. the duration of an event.

20 6. LENGTH 1. MEASURING 1. Measure lengths using i. Read measurement of length using units Pupils measure, read and

LENGTH standard units. of milimetre. record lengths of objects.

ii. Write measurement of length to the The following tools are

nearest scales of lenth division for :- used to measure lengths;

a) centimetre, a) metre rule,

b) metre. b) small ruler,

21 iii. Measure and record lengths of object c) measuring tape.

using units of:-

a) milimetre,

b) centimeter and milimetre,

c) metre and centimeter.

iv. Estimate the lengths of objects in :-

a) milimetre,

b) metre and milimetre,

c) centimeter and milimetre.

22 6. LENGTH 2. RELATIONSHIPS 1. Understand the relationship i. State the relationship between Pupils convert units of

BETWEEN UNITS OF between units of length. centimeter and melimetre. length.

LENGTH ii. Convert units of length from;

a) milimetres to centimeters and vice

versa,

b) compound units to a unit.

iii. Solve problems involving conversion of Pupils construct problems

units of length. from a given number

sentence involving

measyrement of length.

WEEK TOPIC LEARNING AREA LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

23 6. LENGTH 3. BASIC 1. Add and subtract length. i. Add units of length, involving conversion Pupils demonstrate

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

INVOLVING LENGTH a) milimetre, length using number

b) metre and centimetre, sentences in the

c) centimeter and milimetre. conventional manner.

ii. Subtract units of length, involving

conversion of units in;

a) milimetre,

b) metre and centimetre,

c) centimeter and milimetre.

24 6. LENGTH 3. BASIC 2. Multiply and divide length. i. Multiply units of length, involving Pupils demonstrate

OPERATIONS conversion of units by; multiplication and division

INVOLVING LENGTH a) one-digit number, using number sentences in

b) 10, 100 and 1000 the conventional manner.

ii. Divide units of length, involving

conversion of units by;

a) one-digit number, Pupils create stories of

b) 10, 100 and 1000 length from given number

iii. Solve problems involving basic operation sentences.

on length.

25 7. MASS 1. MEASURING MASS 1. Measure mass using i. Measure of masses using in units of Pupils measure, read and

standard units. kilogram and gram record masses of objects in

ii. Read measurement of masses to the kilograms and grams using

nearest scales division of kilograms and weighing scale.

grams.

iii. Estimate the masses of objects using

kilograms and grams.

Pupils will be tought to : Pupils will be able to : AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES

7. MASS 2. RELATIONSHIP 1. Understand the relationship i. Convert units of mass from Pupils convert units of

BETWEEN UNITS OF between units of mass. a) Kilograms to grams, mass.

MASS b) Kilograms and grams to grams,

Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

Pupils demonstrate

26 7. MASS 3. BASIC 1. Add and subtract involving i. Add mass involving units of mass in; addition involving mass in

OPERATIONS units of mass a) kilograms, the conventional manner.

INVOLVING MASS b) grams,

c) kilograms and grams. Pupils demonstrate

ii. Subtract mass involving units of mass in; subtraction involving mass

a) kilograms, in the conventional

b) grams, manner.

c) kilograms and grams.

d)

27 7. MASS 3. BASIC 2. Multiply and divide units of i. Multiply mass involving conversion of Pupils demonstrate

OPERATIONS mass. units, with multiplication involving

INVOLVING MASS a) one-digit number, mass in the conventional

b) 10, 100 and 1000. manner.

ii. Divide mass involving conversion of

units; Pupils demonstrate

a) one-digit number, multiplication involving

b) 10, 100 and 1000. mass in the conventional

iii. Solve problems involving basic operation manner, using the long

with mass. division technique.

given sentences involving

mass

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Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

28 8. VOLUME OF 1. MEASURING 1. Measure and compare i. Read measurement of volume of liquid in Pupils measure, read and

LIQUID VOLUME OF LIQUID volume of liquid using litres and mililitres. record volume of liquid in

standard units. ii. Write measurement of volume of liquid litres and mililitres using

to the nearest scales of tenth division beakers, measuring

for cylinders.

a) litre,

b) mililitre.

iii. Measure and record the volume of liquid Estimate volume of liquid

in litres and mililitres. by halving or doubling

iv. Estimate the volume of liquid in litres techniques.

and mililitres.

29 8. VOLUME OF 2. RELATIONSHIP 1. Understand the relationship i. Convert unit of volume from Pupils construct problems

LIQUID BETWEEN UNITS OF between units of volume of a) litres to mililitres, for conversion of units

VOLUME OF LIQUID liquid. b) mililitres to litres, from a given measurement

c) litres and mililitres to litres, of volume.

d) litres and mililitres to mililitres.

30 8. VOLUME OF 3. BASIC 1. Add and subtract involving i. Add volume of liquid involving conversion Pupils demonstrate

LIQUID OPERATIONS units of volume of units in; addition involving volume

INVOLVING VOLUME a) litre, in the conventional

OF LIQUID b) mililitre, manner.

c) litre and mililitre.

ii. Subtract volume of liquid involving Pupils demonstrate

conversion of units in; subtraction involving

a) litre, volume in the conventional

b) mililitre, manner.

c) litre and mililitre.

31 8. VOLUME OF 3. BASIC 2. Multiply and divide involving i. Subtract volume of liquid involving Pupils demonstrate

LIQUID OPERATIONS Units of volume conversion of units by; multiplication involving

INVOLVING VOLUME a) one-digit number mass in the conventional

OF LIQUID b) 10, 100 and 1000. manner.

8. VOLUME OF 3. BASIC 2. Multiply and divide involving ii. Divide volume of liquid involving Pupils demonstrate division

LIQUID OPERATIONS units of volume conversion of units by; of volume of liquid in the

INVOLVING VOLUME a) one-digit number conventional manner.

OF LIQUID b) 10, 100 and 1000.

iii. Solve problems involving volume of Pupils create stories about

liquids. volume of liquids from

given number sentences.

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32 9. SHAPE 1. TWO 1. Understand the figure i. Identify the sides of a; Pupils measure the

AND SPACE DIMENSIONAL related to perimeter a) square, perimeter of the figure

SHAPES b) rectangle, given by using suggested

c) triangle. measuring tools.

ii. Measure and record the perimeter of a

33 a) square,

b) rectangle,

c) triangle.

d)

34 9. SHAPE AND 1. TWO 2. Understand the figure i. Identify the dimensions of a Pupils compare using a

SPACE DIMENSIONAL related to area. a) square, grid paper.

SHAPES b) rectangle.

ii. Compare squares with a unit square;

a) rectangle,

b) Square.

c)

35 9. SHAPE AND 1. TWO 3. Record and calculate the i. Measure and record the dimensions of Pupils calculate area using

SPACE DIMENSIONAL area and perimeter 2-D squares and rectangles. formula;

SHAPES shapes. ii. Calculate the area of squares and Area = length x breadth

rectangles.

iii. Solve problems involving perimeter and

area of 2-D shapes.

36 9. SHAPE AND 2. THREE 1. Understand the volume of i. Identify the dimensions of cubes and Draw 3-D shapes from

SPACE DIMENSIONAL cubes and cuboids. cuboids. given measurements.

SHAPES ii. Measure and record the dimensions of

cubes and cuboids. Use other measurements

iii. Compare with a cube unit; to draw.

a) cuboid,

b) cube. Draw nets of cuboids from

c) a given set of

measurements.

9. SHAPE AND 2. THREE 2. Find the volume for cubes i. Calculate the volume of cubes and Pupils calculate area using

SPACE DIMENSIONAL and cuboids. cuboids. formula;

SHAPES ii. Solve problems involving volume of cubes Length x breadth x

and cuboids. height

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Yearly Plan Mathematics Year 4 2011

37 10. DATA 1. PICTOGRAPH 1. Recognise and draw i. Recognise a pictograph that represents; Uses horizontal and

HANDLING pictograph a) one unit; vertical pictograph. Use

b) more than one unit. the same picture to

ii. Draw pictograph. represent one unit or more

iii. Represent data by a pictograph. than one unit.

to show numbers or

quantities, making

comparison and finding the

total quantity.

38 1. BAR GRAPHS 1. Recognise, read and draw i. Recognise:- Teacher displays horizontal

bar graphs. a) horizontal bar graphs, and vertical bar graphs.

b) vertical bar graphs. Use the same bar graphs

ii. Express the difference between a to represent one unit or

horizontal and a vertical bar graphs more than one unit.

based on the axis.

iii. Tabulate data from data sources. Pupil read bar graphs.

iv. Build:-

a) horizontal bar graphs, Involve counting activities

b) vertical bar graphs. to show numbers or

v. Interpret data from the bar graphs. quantities, making

comparison and finding the

total quantity.

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