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- Chapter 3 Force & Teacher) 2009
- Review Exercise : [Form 3] Chapter 5- Indices
- Contoh Soalan Kbat Add Math
- Analysis of Mathematics SPM Papers
- Weekly Lesson Plan Form 4 Math 2012
- kertas soalan matematik
- Chapter 5 Linear Inequalities
- Latihan Form 2 Geometrical Construction
- 4.4 Lipids
- 4.2 Carbohydrates
- Form 4 Add Maths
- Lesson Plan Additional Mathematics
- Trial Kedah Add Math SPM 2013 K2
- Maths form 5 year plan
- MODUL MATHEMATICS SPM PAPER 1
- SOALAN MATEMATIK TINGKATAN 4
- Transformation II
- f5 Mathematics Yearly Scheme of Work
- Yearly Planner Math Form4
- Yearly Lesson Plan Math Form 4

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AREA OBJECTIVES OUTCOMES LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Students wil be Students wil be able

able taught to : to :

1 1.0 Number 1. Understan State zero, one two, Use models such as a Conseptual

Bases d and use three,..as a number clock face or a counter

(03.01.11 the in base : which uses a particular Compare and contrast.

- concept of a) two number base.

number in b) eight Number base blocks of Contextual learning

07.01.11) base two, c) five twos, eights, and fives

eight, and i. State the value can be used to Cooperative learning

five. of a digit of a demonstrate the value

number in of a number in the Identify patterns

base : respective number

a) two bases. Identify relations

b) eight Discuss

c) five - Digit used Arrange sequentially

ii. Write a number - Place values

in base : In the number system

a) two with a particular umber

b) eight base.

c) five Number base blocks of

In twos, eights, and fives

expanded notation. also be used here. For

iii. Convert a example, to convert

number in base 1010 o a number in base

a) two two, use the concept of

b) eight least number of blocks

c) five (23), tiles (22),

to a number rectangles (21) and

in base ten squares (20). In this

and vice case, the least number

versa. of objects needed here

iv. Convert a are one block, zero

number in a tiles, one rectangle and

certain base to zero squares. So, 1010 =

a number in 10102. Identify patterns

another base. Discuss the special case

v. Perform of converting a number Identify relations

computations in base two directly to a

involving : number in base eight Arrange sequentially

a) Addition and vice versa.

b) Substra For example, convert a Using algorithm and

ction number in base eight relationship.

of two through grouping of

numbers in three consecutive

base two. digits.

Perform addition and

subtraction in the

conventional manner.

For example :

1010

+ 110

2 2.0 : Graphs of 2.1 Understand i)Draw the graph of a : Explore graphs of Concept

Functions II. and use the a) linear function; functions using constructivisme

(10.01.11 concept of graphs y = ax + b, a where and graphing calculator or

of functions. b are constants. the Geometer’s Analising

- b) quadratic function; sketchpad.

14.01.11) y = ax2 + bx + c, where Compare the Mental Visualization

a,b and c are constants, characteristics of

a≠0 graphs of functions with Relationship

c) cubic function; different values of

y = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d, constants. For

where a,b,c and d are example :

constants, a ≠ 0

d) reciprocal function;

y = , where a is a

constants, a ≠ 0.

ii) Find from a graph :

a) the value of y, given

a value of x,

b) the value(s) of x,

given a value of y.

a) the shape of graph students play a game : differentiating

given a type of for example, matching a -Classifying

(10.01.11 function. card of graphs with -Identifying patterns

- b) the type of function their respective

given a graph. function. When the

14.01.11) c) the graph given a students have thei

function and vice versa. rmatching partners, ask

iv) Sketch the graph of them to group

a given linear, themselves into four

quadratic, cubic, or groups of types of

reciprocal function. functions.Finally ask

each group to name the

type of fuNction that is

depicted on the cards

3 2.2 Understand i) Find the point (s) of Explore using graphing Identifying relation

and use the intersection of two calculator or the Mental Visualization.

(17.01.11 concept of the graphs. Geometer’s Sketchpad i. Identifying patterns.

concept of the ii) Obtain the solution of to relate the x- ii. Identifying relations.

- solution of an an equation by finding coordinate of a point of iii. Recognizing and

21.01.11) equation by the point (s) of intersection of two representing

graphical intersection of two appropriate graph to iv. Representing and

methods. graphs. the solution of a given interpreting data.

iii) Solve problems equation. Make

involving solution of an generalization about the

equation by graphical point (s) of intersection

method. of the two graphs.

4 2.3 Understand i) Determine whether a Discuss that if one point Identifying patterns

and use the given point satisfies : in a region satisfies

(24.01.11 concept of the y = ax + b or y > ax + b or

region y > ax + b or y < ax + b, then all

- representing in y < ax + b point in the region

28.01.11) inequalities in two ii) Determine the satisfies the same

variables position of a given point inequalities.

relative to the equation

y = ax + b Use the sketchpad or

iii) Identify the region graphing calculatorto

satisfying explore points relative

y > ax + b or to.

y < ax + b

iv) Shade the region

representing the

inequalities.

a) y > ax + b or

y < ax + b

b) y ≥ ax + b or

y ≤ ax + b

iv) Determine the

region which satisfies

two or more

simultaneous linear

inequalities.

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6 3.0 : 3.1 : Understand i. Determine the image Relate to Identifying relations

Transformations and use the of an object under transformations in real Characterizing

(07.02.11 concept of combination of two life situations such as

combination of isometric tessellation patterns on

- two transformations. walls, ceilings or floors.

11.02.11) transformations.

of an aobest under transformation using differentiating

(07.02.11 combination of the graphing calculator, Interpreting

a. two enlargements. the geometer’s Identifying relations

- b. an enlargement and Sketchpad, or the

11.02.11) an isometric overhead projector and

transformation. transparencies.

and object under characteristics of and Identifying Relations

(07.02.11 combination of two object and its image Arranging Sequentially

transformations. under combined

- iv. State the transformation.

11.02.11) coordinates of the

image of a point under

combined

transformation.

v. Determine whether

combined Identifying Patterns

transformation AB is Carry out projects to

equivalent to combined design patterns using Identifying Relations

transformation BA. combined

vi. Specify two transformations that Logical Reasoning

successive can be used as

transformation in a decorative Representing and

combined purposes.These projects Interpreting Data

transformation given can then be presented

the object and the in classroom with the

image. students describing or

specifying the

transformations

involved.

7 vii. Specify a Use the sketchpad to Using analogies

transformation which is prove the single

(14.02.11 equivalent to the transformation which is Working Out Mentally

combination of two equivalent to the

- isometric combination of two

18.02.11) transformations. isometric

transformations. Find all possible

solution

viii. Solve problems a. How to make a frieze

involving or strip patterns Using analogies

transformations. Drawing Diagram

b. Constructing a Working Mentally

kaleidoscope.

8 4.0 Matrices 4.1 Understand i. Form a matrix from Represent data in real Arranging sequentially

and use the given information. life situations, for

(21.02.11 concept of matrix. ii. Determine : example, the price of Collecting and handling

a) the number of rows food on a menu, in table data

- b) the number of form and then in matrix

25.02.11) columns form. Identifying patterns

c) the order of a matrix

iii. Identify a specific

element in a matrix.

positions in the

classroom by rows and

columns to identify a

student who is sitting in

a particular row and in a

particular column as a

concrete example.

8 4.2 Understand i. Determine whether Discuss equal matrices Using algorithm and

and use the two matrices are equal. in terms of : relationship

(21.02.11 concept of equal ii. Solve problems a) the order Comparing and

matrices. involving equal b) the corresponding differentiating.

- matrices. elements.

25.02.11)

8 4.3 Perform i. Determine whether Relate to real life Comparing and

addition and addition or subtraction situations such as differentiating

(21.02.11 subtraction can be performed on keeping scores of

matrices. two given matrices. metals, tally or points in Using algorithms and

- ii. Find the sum or sport. relationship

25.02.11) difference of two

matrices. Problem solving

iii. Perform addition and Using algorithm and

subtraction on a few relationship

matrices. Analyzing

iv. Solve matrix Making Inferences

equation involving Problem Solving

addition and

subtraction.

9 4.4 Perform i. Multiply a matrix by a Relate to real life Evaluating

multiplication of a number. situations such as in Using algorithm and

(01.03.11 matrix by a ii. Express a given industrial productions. relationship

number. matrix as a Conceptualize and

- multiplication of finding all possible

04.03.11) another matrix by a solutions.

number. Evaluating and problem

iii. Perform calculation solving

on matrices involving

addition, subtraction,

and scalar

multiplication.

iv. Solve matrix

equations involving

addition , subtraction

and scalar

multiplication.

9 4.5 Perform i. Determine whether Relate to real life Identifying patterns

multiplication of two matrices can be situations such as Arranging sequentially

(01.03.11 two matrices. multiplied and state the findng the cost of a Recognizing and

order of the product metal in a restaurant. representing

- when the two matrices Making generalization

04.03.11) can be multiplied. Classifying

ii. Find the product f two

matrices.

iii. Solve matrix

equations involving

multiplication of two

matrices.

9 4.6 Understand i. Determine whether a Begin with disussing the Making generalization

and use the given matrix is an property of the number

(01.03.11 concept of identity matrix by I as an identity for Identifying patterns

identity matrix. multiplying it to another multiplication of

- matrix. numbers. Solving problems

04.03.11) ii. Write identity matrix Discuss :

of any order. - An identity

iii. Perform calculation matrix is a

involving identity square matrix

matrices. - There is only

one identity

matrix for each

order.

Discuss the properties

• AI = A

• IA = A

and use the 2 x 2 matrix is the of multiplication inverse

(01.03.11 concept of inverse inverse matrix of of numbers. Identifying patterns and

matrix. another 2 x 2 matrix. Fow example : relations

- 2x2-1 = 2-1 x 2 = 1

04.03.11) In the example, 2-1 is

the multiplication

inverse of 2 and vice

versa.

solving simultaneous

linear equations to

show that nt all square

matrices have inverse

matrices.

9 a) Ask students t try to Comparing

ii. Find the inverse find the inverse matrix Identifying paterns and

(01.03.11 matrix of a 2 x 2 matrix of relations

using :

- b) the method of

04.03.11) solving simultaneous Using matrices and

linear equations of a their respective inverse

formula. matrices in the previous

method to relate to the

formula. Express each

inverse matrix as a

multiplication to the

original matrix and

discuss how the

determinant is

obatained

simultaneous linear equations in by writing down the

(01.03.11 linear equations matrix form. simultaneous equations Identifying relations

by using matrices as equal matrices first.

- ii.Find the matrix

For example: Representing &

04.03.11) using the inverse matrix Write Interpreting Data

in 2x + 3y = 13

4x – y = 5

As equal matrices :

=

Using the inverse Which is then expressed

matrix. as :

iii. Solve simultaneous

linear equations by the

matrix method. Discuss why :

iv. Solve problems

involving matrices.

• The use of

inverse matrix

is necessary

Relate to

solving linear

equations of

type ax = b

• It is important

to place the

inverse matrix

at the right

place on both

sides of the

equation.

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12 5.0 Variations 5.1 Understand i. State the changes in a Discuss the Identifying relations

and use the quantity with respect to characteristic of the

(28.03.11 concept of direct the changes in another graph of y against x Making generalizations

variation. quantity, in everyday when y

- life situations involving Estimating

Y

01.04.11) direct variation. Y

ii. Determine from given

information whether a Y

quantity varies directly Relate mathematical

as another quantity. variation to other area

iii. Express a direct such as science and

variation in the form of technology . For

equation involving two example, the Charles

variables. Law or the mation of

iv. Find the value of a the simple pendulum.

variable in a direct For the case

variation when Y ,

sufficient information is n = 2, 3, ½, discuss the

given. characteristics of the

v. Solve problems graph of y against .

involving direct

variations for the

following cases : y α x Making inferences

5.2 Understand y α x2

and use the y α x3 Representing and

concept of inverse y α x1/2

variations. i. State the changes in a Interpreting data

quantity with respect to

changes in another Identifying relations

quantity, in everyday

life situations involving Problem solving

inverse variation. Discuss the form of the

ii. Determine from given

graph of y against

information whether a

quantity varies when y .

inversely as another Relate to other areas

quantity. like science and

iiii. Express a inverse technology. For

variation in the form of example, Boyle’s Law.

equation involving two

variables.

iv. Find the value of a For the cases

variable in an inverse , n = 2, 3 and

variation when

½ , discuss the

sufficient information is

characteristics of the

given.

graph of y against

v. Slove problems

involving inverse

variation for the

following cases;

y ; y ; y

; y

and use the variation by using the for the three cases in Comparing and

(04.04.11 concept of joint symbol for the everyday life situations. differentiating.

variation. following cases ; Collecting and handling

- data

a. two direct variations .

08.04.11) b. two inverse Relate to other areas Using analogies

variations. like science and Finding all possible

c. a direct variation and technology. solutions.

in an inverse variation. For example:

ii. Express a joint means the

variation in the form of current I varies directly

equation. as the voltage V and

iii. Find the value of a varies inversely as the

variable in a joint resistance R.

variation when

sufficient information is

given.

iv. Solve problems

involving joint

variation.

14 6.0 Gradient 6.1 Understand i. State the quantity Use examples in various Recognizing and

and area under and use the represented by the areas such as representing

(11.04.11 a graph concept of gradient of a graph. technology and social

quantity ii. Draw the distance- science. Comparing and

- represented by time graph, given; differentiating

15.04.11) the gradient of a a) a table of distance- Compare and

graph. time values differentiate between Interpreting data

b) a relationship distance-time graph

between distance and and speed-time graph.

time.

iii. Find and interpret

the gradient of a

distance-time graph.

iv. Find the speed for a

period of time from a Use real life situations

distance-time graph. such as travelling from

one place to another by

train or by bus.

the relationship

between two variables Use examples n social

representing certain science and economy.

measurements and

state the meaning of its

gradient.

15 6.2 Understand i. State the quantity Discuss that in certain

the concept of represented the area cases, the area under a

(18.04.11 quantity under a graph. graph may not

represented by ii. Find the area under a representing any

- the area under a graph. meaningful quantity.

graph. iii. Determine the For example:

22.04.11) distance by finding the the area under the

area under the following distance-time graph.

types of speed-time Discuss the formula for

graph. finding the area under a

a) V = k (uniform graph involving:

speed) - A straightline which is

b) v = kt parallel to the x - axis.

c) v = kt + h - A straight line in a

d) a combination of form of

above. y = kx + h

v. Solve problems

involving gradient and

area under a graph.

16 7.0 Probability 7.1 Understand i. Determine the sample Discuss the Making inference

and use the space of an experiment equiprobable sample

(25.04.11 concept of with equally likely through concrete Working out mentally

probability of an outcomes.

- activities and begin with

event. ii. Determine the Finding all possible

30.04.11) probability of an event simple case such as

solutions

with equiprobable

sample space. a. toss a fair coin

iii. Solve problems

involving probability of b. give a true or false

an event question. Find the

probability.

obtain sample space for

tossing a fair coin or

tossing a fair die

activities.

Drilling exercises

and use the of an event in: sample space through

(25.04.11 concept of a) words activities such as Finding all possible

b) set notation finding the consonants outcomes

- probability of the

ii. Find the probability of and vowels from the

30.04.11) complement of an word given. Making inferences

the complement of an

event. Include events in real

event.

life situations such as Drawing diagrams

winning or losing a

game and passing or

failing an exam.

17 7.3 Understand i. List the outcomes for Example : Estimating

and use the events A coin is tossed twice

(02.05.11 concept of a. A and B as elements consecutively. List the Identifying Patterns

of set A B probability for each

- probability of

ii. Find the probability combined event. Identifying Relations

06.05.11) combined event. a) Q = An event to get

by listing the outcomes

of the combined event : the numbers at the first Discovery

a) A or B go r both times showing

i. List the outcomes for the pictures Cooperation

events A and B as Q=

elements of set A B a) Q = An event to get Systematic

ii. Find the probability the picture at the

by listing the outcomes second toss or both Rational

of the combined event times showing the

A and B. pictures.

iii. Solve problems R=

involving probability of 1. Split the class into

combined event. the group.

2. Each group will be

given one coin and one

disc.

18 ii.Find the probability by Use two – way Cooperation

listing the outcomes of classification tables of

(09.05.11 the combined event A events from newspaper Systematic

and B. articles or statistical

- iii. Solve problems data to find probability Rational

13.05.11) involving probability of of combined events.

combined event. Ask students to create Making inferences

tree diagrams from

these tables.

Examples

Officers Ca Bu Othe

r s r

Men 5 2 83

6 5

Lady 5 4 37

0 2

Discuss

- situations where

decisions have to made

based on probability.

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20 8.0 Bearing 8.1 Understand i.Draw and label the Carry out activities or Making Connections

and use the eight main compass games involving finding

(23.05.11 concept of directions : directions using a Visualize mentally

bearing. a) north, south, east, compass, such as

- west. treasure hunt or Comparing and

27.05.11) b) north-east, north- scavenger hunt. It can differentiating

west, south-east, south- also be about locating

dan west. several points on a Interpret

ii. State the compass map.

21 angle of any compass Draw diagrams

direction.

iii. Draw a diagram of a Recognizing

( 13.05.1 point which shows the relationship

1– direction of B relative to

another point A given Problem solving

12.06.11) the bearing of B from A.

iv. State the bearing of

point A from point B Discuss the use of

based on given bearing in real life

information. situations. For example,

in map reading and

v. Solve problems navigation.

involving bearing.

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9.0 Earth As 9.1 Understand i. Sketch a great circle Models such as globes Identifying patterns

(20.06.11 Sphere and use the through the north and should be used.

concept of south poles. Introduce the meridian Identifying relations

- ii. State the longitude of through Greenwich in

24.06.11) longitude.

a given point. England as the

iii. Sketch and label Greenwich Meridian

meridian with the with longitude 00

longitude given.

iv. Find the difference Discuss that

between two a) all points on a

longitudes. meridian have the same

longitude.

b) there two meridians

on a great circlethrough

both poles.

c) Meridians with

longitudes W or E form

a great circle through

both poles.

9.2 Understand i. Sketch a circle parallel Using any computer Drawing diagrams

and use the to the equator. software to sketch a

concept of ii. State the latitude of a cicle parallel to the Finding all possible

latitude. given point. equator. solutions

iii.Sketch and label a Discuss that all points

parallel latitude. on a parallel of latitude Logical reasoning

Iv.Find the difference have the same latitude.

between two latitudes. Carry out group activity Recognizing &

such as station game. Interpreting data

Each station will have

different diagram and

the student will be ask

to find the difference

between two latitudes

for each diagram.

23 9.3 Understand i. State the latitude and Use a globe or a map Logical, Reasoning,

the concept of longitude of a given to find locations of cities

(27.06.11 location of a place. around the world. Identifying Relation

place. ii. Mark the location of a Use a globe or a map to Recognizing and

- place. name a place given its representing

01.07.11) iii. Sketch and label the location

latitude and longitude

of a given place.

24 9.4 Understand i.Find the length of an Use the globe to find Representing and

and use the arc of a great circle in the distance between interpreting data

(04.07.11 concept of nautical mile, given the two cities or town on

distance on the subtended angle at the the same meridian. Drawing diagrams

- surface of the centre of the earth and

08.07.11) earth to solve vice versa. Sketch the angle at Identifying relations

problems. ii. Find the distance centre of the earth that

25 between two points is subtended by the arc

measured along a between two given

(11.07.11 meridian, given the points along the

latitudes of both points. equator.

- iii. Find the latitude of a Discuss how to find the

15.07.11) point given the latitude value of this angle.

of another point and the

distance between the Use models such as the

two points along the globe, to find the

same meridian. relationships between

iv. Find the distance the radius of the earth

between two points and radius parallel of

measured along the latitudes

equator , given the

longitudes of both

points. Find the distance

v. Find the longitudes of between two cities or

a point given the towns on the same

longitude of another parallel of latitudes as a

point and the distance group project.

between the two points

along the equator. Use the globe and a few

vi. State the relations pieces of string to show

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between the radius of how to detmine the

the earth and the radius shortest distance

(18.07.11 of the earth and the between two points on

- radius of a parallel of the surface of the earth.

22.07.11) latitude.

vii. State the relation

between the length of

an arc on the equator

between two meridians

and the length of the

corresponding arc on

parallel latitude.

viii. Find the distance

between two points

measured along a

parallel of latitude.

ix. Find the latitude of a

poit given the longitude

of another point and the

distance between the

points along a parallel

of latitude.

x. Find the shortest

distance between two

points on the surface of

the earth.

xi. Solve problems

involving :-

a) distance between

two points

b) travelling on a

surface of the earth.

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Elevations and use the orthogonal projection. plan and elevation kit. differentiating

(02.08.11 concept of 10.1.2 Draw orthogonal

projection, given an Visualization

- concept of

object and a plane.

06.08.11) orthogonal 10.1.3 Determine the Identifying relationship

projection. difference between an

object and image.

29 10.2 Understand 10.2.1 Draw the plan of Carry out activities in Analyzing

and use the a solid object groups where students

(08.08.11 concept of plan 10.2.2 Draw combine two or more Synthesizing

and elevation. a) the front elevation different shapes of

- b) side elevation of a simple solid objects into Identifying

12.08.11) solid object. interesting models and Relationships

10.2.3 Draw draw plans and

a) the plan elevations for these

b) the front elevation models

c) the side elevation of

a solid object to scale Use models to show

10.2.4 Solving problems that it important to

involving pans and have a plan and at least

elevation. two side elebvations to

construct a solid object.

Carry out group project:

Draw a plan and

elevation of bilding and

structures

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- Chapter 3 Force & Teacher) 2009Diunggah olehMohd Khairul Anuar
- Review Exercise : [Form 3] Chapter 5- IndicesDiunggah olehZulfitri Muhamad
- Contoh Soalan Kbat Add MathDiunggah olehSensei J-dai
- Analysis of Mathematics SPM PapersDiunggah olehAzuadi Bin Shafii
- Weekly Lesson Plan Form 4 Math 2012Diunggah olehCikgu Diana
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