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SMK DATUK HJ ABDUL WAHAB

YEARLY LESSON PLAN MATHEMATICS FORM 3 2015

Week

Learning Area

1,2
(2)

1.
Lines and
Angles (II)

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.

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Identify properties of
angles associated
with transversals
and parallel lines.
Identify properties of
angles associate
with parallel lines.
Find the value of an
angle in associated
with parallel lines.
Identify parallel lines,
based on the
properties of angles
associated with
transversals.

ii.
-

Associate transversal and


parallel lines with:
Corresponding angles
Alternate angles
Interior angles
Associate properties of
angles:
Corresponding angles are
equal.
Alternate angles are equal.
The interior angles on the
same side of transversal are
supplementary.
The sum of interior angles is
180

Strategy and Approach


CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Lines and Angles Generator
fond in the activity segment to
pose questions.

Descriptor

B3
B4

Week

Learning Area

3,4
(2)

2.
Polygons (II)

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

i.
ii.

Find unknown angles.


Determine if two lines are
paralleled.

Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
Determine regular polygons
having equal sides and all
interior angles are equal.
ii. Determine all regular polygons
having number of axes of
symmetry.
iii. Determine regular polygons
having equal number of sides.
i.

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Solving problems
involving angles
associated with
transversal.

Determine Regular
Polygons.
Determine the axes
of symmetry in a
polygon.

EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Lines and Angles
Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.
Strategy and Approach
CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept

B3
B4

B1
B2

B4

Sketching / Drawing
Regular Polygons.
Constructing an
equilateral triangle.
Square and a
regular hexagon.
Identify interior
angles and exterior
angles of a polygon.
Determine the size
of an exterior angle
given the interior
angle.

i.
ii.

Construct a polygon.
Determine whether polygons
are regular or irregular.

Determine the exterior angle


and interior angles of a
polygon are supplementary.
ii. Find the value of an exterior
angle when the interior angle
is given.
iii. Calculate the value of interior
angle of a polygon.
i.

Determine the sum


of the interior angle
of polygons.

i.

Determine the sum


of the exterior angle
of a polygon.

i.

Determine the size


of the interior angle,
exterior angle and
the number of sides
of a regular polygon.

Find the sum of the exterior


angles of a polygon.

Find the interior angle and


exterior angle of a regular
polygon when number of sides
of polygon is given.
ii. Calculate the interior angle of
a regular polygon with n sides.
Interior angle = (n -2) x 180
n
iii. Find the exterior angle of a
regular polygon.
Exterior angle =
360
Number of sides
=
360
n

ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Polygons Generator fond in
the activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Polygons Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

= sum of exterior
angles
number of sides
-

Solve problems
involving angles and
sides of a polygon.

iv. Calculate the number of sides


of a regular polygon when the
interior angles are given.
n=

360
Exterior angle
=
360
180 interior angle

Week

Learning Area

5,6,7
(3)

3.
Circles (II)

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.

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Identify properties of
circles involving
symmetry, chords
and arcs.
Identify properties of
angles in a circle

ii.

i.
ii.
iii.

iv.

Determine the diameter of a


circle as an axis of symmetry.
The properties of chords.
Solve problems involving
symmetry, chords and arc of
circles
Determine angles subtended
by an arc.
Determine angles subtended
at the circumference by the
same arc.
Determine angles subtended
at the circumference of the
centre by arcs of the same
length.
Determine relationship

Strategy and Approach


CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS

B2

B2

between angle at the centre


and angle at the
circumference which are
subtended by the same arc.
v. Determine the size of an angle
subtended at the
circumference in a semicircle.
vi. Solve problems involving
subtended angles at the
centre and circumference.
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Week

Learning Area

8,9

4.

Cyclic Quadrilaterals

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

i.
ii.

Identify cyclic quadrilaterals.


Identify the interior opposite
angles of cyclic quadrilaterals.
iii. Identify the relationship
between interior opposite
angles of a cyclic
quadrilateral.
iv. Identify the exterior angle and
its corresponding interior
opposite angle of a cyclic
quadrilateral.
v. Identify the relationship
between the exterior angles
and their corresponding
interior opposite angles of a
cyclic quadrilateral.
vi. Solve problems involving
circles.
Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:

Teachers make use of the


Circles Generator fond in the
activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Circles Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

B3
B5

B3

B5
Strategy and Approach
CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION

(2)

Statistics (II)
-

Pie Chart.

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i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

Mode, Median and


Mean.

Construct a pie chart.


Obtain and interpret
information from Pie Charts.
Solve problems involving Pie
Charts.
Determine suitable
representation of data.

i.

Determine the mode for a set


of data.
ii. Determine the mode and its
corresponding frequency from
Pictograms, Bar Charts, Line
Graphs and Pie Charts.
iii. Determine the median for a
set of data.
iv. Determine the median for data
in a frequency table.
v. Calculate the mean for a set
of data.
vi. Solve problems involving
mode, media and mean.

Play the introduction video


from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Statistics Generator fond in
the activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Statistics Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.

B4
B5

B2
B3

Print out worksheets found


under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

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HOLIDAY

Week

Learning Area

10,11
(2)

5.
Indices

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:
- Indices.

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Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.
ii.

Simplification of
numbers in Index
Notation.

i.
ii.

Express repeated
multiplication as an and vice
versa.
Express numbers in index
notation.
Verify a x a = a
Simplify multiplication of
Numbers or Algebraic Terms
in Index Notation with the
Same Base.
32 x 33 = (3 x 3) x (3 x 3 x 3)

= 35
iii. Simplify Multiplication of
Number or Algebraic Terms
expressed in Index Notation
with Different Bases.
-

Division of Numbers
in Indices Form.

i.

Simplify the division of


Numbers or Algebraic Terms
expressed in Index Notation

Strategy and Approach


CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Indices Generator fond in the
activity segment to pose
questions.

B3

B3

with the Same Base.


-

Index Expressions
Rose to a Power.

i.
ii.
iii.

iv.

Negative Integer
Indices.

i.

Verify a =

ii.

State a as

Fractional Indices.
iii.

i.
-

Calculation that
involves Law of
Indices.

Derive (a) = s .
Simplify numbers or algebraic
terms expressed in index
notation raised to a power.
Simplify multiplication and
division of numbers and
algebraic terms expressed in
index notation raised to a
power.
Perform combined operations
involving numbers and
algebraic terms.

ii.
iii.

1
.
a"
1
and
a"

EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Indices Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

vice versa.
Compute combined operation
on numbers and Algebraic
Terms with Negative Indices.
Verify a = a , state a as
a and vice versa.
Find the value of a
Perform combined operations

B4

Week

Learning Area

12,13
(2)

6.
Algebraic
Expressions
(III)

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Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:
- Expanding Brackets.
-

Factorization.

on numbers and algebraic


terms involving fractional
indices.
i. Calculate involving combined
operations for several
numbers in index notation.
ii. Calculate involving combined
operations for index
expressions with positive,
negative and fractional
indices.
Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.
ii.

Expand single brackets.


Expand two brackets.

i.

Find factors of an algebraic


term.
Find the common factors and
Highest Common Factors
(HCF) for several Algebraic
terms.
Factorize of Algebraic
Expression.
Factorize and simplify
Algebraic Fractions.

ii.

iii.
iv.
-

Addition and
Subtraction of Two
Algebraic Fractions.

i.
ii.

Add or subtract Algebraic


Fraction with similar
denominators.
Add or subtract Algebraic
Fraction with different

Strategy and Approach


CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Algebraic Expressions/

B4

denominators.
-

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(2)

7.
Algebraic
Formula

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Multiplication and
Division of Algebraic
Fractions.

Students will be taught


to:

i.
ii.

Students will be able to:


i.

Recognize Variables
and Constants.

ii.
iii.

Recognize Formula.

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.

Week

Learning Area

16,17
(2)

8.
Solid

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

Multiply Algebraic Fraction.


Divide Algebraic Fraction.

Determine if a Quantity is a
Variable or Constant.
Determine and represent a
variable.
Determine the possible values
of a variable.
Write a formula based on
statements and situations.
Identify the Subject of a given
formula.
Express a specified variable
as the subject of a formula.
Find the value of a variable.
Solve problems involving
formulae.

Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.

Derive the formula for volume

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Formula Generator fond in the


activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Algebraic Expressions/
Formula Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

Strategy and Approach


CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video

B1

B4

B5
B6

Geometry (III)

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Find the volume of


right circular
cylinders and right
prisms.

ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.

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MID TERM EXAM

Find the volume of


right pyramids and
right circular cones.

of right circular cylinders and


prisms.
Calculate the volume of a right
circular cylinder.
Calculate the height of a right
circular cylinder.
Calculate the radius of the
base of a right circular
cylinder.
Calculate the volume of a right
prism.
Calculate the height of a right
prism.
Calculate the base area of a
right prism.
Change units for volume.
Solve problems involving
volume of right cylinders and
right prisms.

i.

Derive the formula for the


volume of right pyramids and
cones.
ii. Calculate the volume of a right
pyramid.
iii. Calculate the height of a right
pyramid.
iv. Calculate the area of the base
of a right pyramid.
v. Calculate the volume of right
cone.
vi. Calculate the height of a right
cone.
vii. Calculate the radius of the

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from the CD-ROM


Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Solid Geometry / Scale
Drawing Generator fond in the
activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Solid Geometry / Scale
Drawing Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the

B3

B4

base of a right cone.


viii. Solve problems involving
volume of right pyramids and
right cones.
-

Perform the volume


of a sphere.

i.
ii.
iii.

Perform Composite
solids

i.
ii.

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9.
Scale
Drawings

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Week

Students will be taught


to:
-

Learning Area

Recognize Scale
drawings.

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught

Calculate the volume of a


sphere.
Calculate the radius of a
sphere.
Solve problems involving
sphere.

questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

Calculate volume of
composite solids.
Solve problems involving
volume of composite solids.

Students will be able to:


i.
ii.

Sketch shapes.
Draw geometric shapes
according to scale 1: n.
iii. Draw composite shapes
according to scales.
iv. Draw composite shapes
according to given scales on
grids of different sizes.
v. Redraw shapes on grids of
different sizes.
vi. Solve problems involving
scale drawings.
Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:

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B4

B5
Strategy and Approach
CD-ROM, Video

20
(1)

10.
Transformatio
ns (II)

to:
-

Similarity of shapes.

Enlargement.

i.
ii.

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11.
Linear
Equations (II)

Students will be taught


to:

i.
ii.
iii.

Identify an enlargement.
Find the scale factor.
Determine the centre of
enlargement.
iv. Determine the properties of
enlargement.
v. Calculate the scale factor and
length of the sides of an
image or object.
vi. Determine the relationship
between the area of the image
and its object.
vii. Calculate the area of an
image or object and scale
factor.
viii. Solve problems involving
enlargement
Students will be able to:
i.

Recognize Linear
Equations in two
variables.

Write similarity of shapes.


Calculate the length of
unknown sides of two similar
shapes.

ii.
iii.
iv.

Identify linear equations in two


variables.
Derive a linear equation in two
variables.
Determine the value of a
variable.
Determine a possible solution

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INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Transformations / Linear
Equations Generator fond in
the activity segment to pose
questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Transformations / Linear
Equations Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of

B1

B3

B4

B5

B4

for a linear equation in two


variables.
-

Solve Simultaneous
Linear Equations in
two variables.

i.
ii.
iii.

Week

Learning Area

22,23
(2)

12.
Linear
Inequalities

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:

Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.

Write inequalities.

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ii.
iii.

Recognize linear
inequalities in one
unknown.

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

Perform operations
+, , x and on a

Identify simultaneous linear


equations.
Solve simultaneous linear
equations in two variables.
Solve problems involving
simultaneous linear equations
in two variables.

i.

Understand relationship of the


greater than and less than.
Express the relationship
between two numbers.
Determine the relationship of
greater than or equal to and
less than or equal to.
Identify linear inequalities.
Determine possible solutions
for an unknown.
Represent a linear equation
on a number line and vice
versa.
Form a linear inequality.
Add or subtract on a linear
inequality.

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the CD-Rom as an example


for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.
Strategy and Approach
CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CD-ROM
Prompt pupils for more
examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the

B4

linear inequality.

ii.
iii.

Identify
simultaneous linear
inequalities in one
variable.

i.
ii.
iii.

13.
Graph of
Functions

Students will be taught


to:
Derive Functions.

ii.
iii.
-

Week

Learning Area

24
(1)

14.
Ratios, Rates
and

Derive Graph of
Functions.

Learning Objectives
Students will be taught
to:
Recognize rate.

Understand relationship
between two variables.
Determine dependent variable
and independent variable.
Calculate the value of a
dependent variable.

i.
ii.
iii.

Construct a table of values.


Draw a graph of functions.
Determine the values of
variables from a graph.
iv. Solve problems involving
graphs of functions.
Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
i.

Represent the common values


of two linear inequalities on a
number line.
Determine the equivalent
inequalities for two linear
inequalities.
Solve two simultaneous linear
inequalities.

Students will be able to:


i.

Multiply and divide on a linear


inequality.
Form linear inequalities.

Determine rate and the two


qualities involved.

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Linear Inequalities
/ Graph of Functions
Generator fond in the activity
segment to pose questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Linear Inequalities
/ Graph of Functions
Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the
questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.
Strategy and Approach
CD-ROM, Video
INTRODUCTION
Play the introduction video
from the CDROM

B4

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Proportions
(II)

Recognize speed.

ii.
iii.
iv.
v.

Calculate rates.
Calculate certain qualities.
Change units for rates.
Solve problems involving
rates.

i.

Identify two qualities for


speed.
Calculate and interpret speed.
Calculate distance and time
for speed.
Change the units of speed.
Differentiate between uniform
speed and non-uniform speed.

ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
-

Recognize average
speed.

i.
ii.
iii.
i.

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15.
Trigonometry

Recognize
acceleration.

Students will be taught


to:

ii.

Recognize tangent
of an acute angle in
a right-angled
triangle.

Identify two qualities for


acceleration.
Calculate and interpret
acceleration.

Students will be able to:


i.

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Calculate the average speed.


Calculate the distance and the
time for average speed.
Solve problems involving
speed and average speed.

ii.
iii.

Identify the hypotenuse,


opposite side and adjacent
side.
Determine the tangent of an
angle.
Calculate the tangent of an

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Prompt pupils for more


examples from real life
CONTENT
Use content segment of the
CD-ROM to illustrate the
basic concept
ILLUSTRATION
Illustrate students how to
perform computations,
represent of solving problems.
Try with different examples
REINFORCEMENT
Evaluate segment to further
reinforce the concept learnt
APPLICATIONS
Teachers make use of the
Ratios, Rates and
Proportions/ Trigonometry
Generator fond in the activity
segment to pose questions.
EXPLORATIONS
Encourage students to pose
the answers and crosscheck
with the answer provided by
the Ratios, Rates and
Proportions/ Trigonometry
Generator
EVALUATIONS
Hold Competition in
classroom to encourage
participation.
Use the extension segment of
the CD-Rom as an example
for students to try the

B3

B4
B5

iv.
-

Recognize sine of an
acute angle in a
right-angled triangle.

i.

Recognize cosine of
an acute angle in a
right-angled triangle.

i.
ii.

ii.
iii.

iii.
-

Week

Learning Area

Identify using the


values of tangent,
sine and cosine to
solve problems.

Learning Objectives

angle.
Calculate the length of sides
of a triangle.
Determine the sine of an
angle.
Calculate the side of an angle.
Calculate the length of sides
of a triangle.

questions.
Print out worksheets found
under Evaluation for the class
to practice.
Encourage students to use
revision found under
Enhancement to revise the
basic concept when
necessary.

Determine cosine of an angle.


Calculate the cosine of an
angle.
Calculate length of sides of a
triangle.

i.

Calculate the values of other


trigonometrically ratios, given
the value of one
trigonometrically ratio.
ii. Change measurement units of
angles.
iii. Find the values of tangent,
sine and cosine of 30, 45
and 60 without using a
scientific calculator.
iv. Find the values of tangent,
sine and cosine using a
scientific calculator.
v. Find the angles using a
scientific calculator
vi. Solve problems involving
trigonometrically ratio.
Learning Outcomes

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B4

Strategy and Approach

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