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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

MATHEMATICS SYLLABI
YEARS 11 & 12

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT UNIT


FIJI, 2014
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culum
Advisory Services.

A free issue by the Ministry of Education.

Trial Version 2015

Ministry of Education, Fiji, 2015


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Curriculum Development Unit
Ministry of Education
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Fiji
Tel: (679) 3306077

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1.0

INTRODUCTION

2.0

RATIONALE

3.0

SUBJECT OVERVIEW

4.0

LEARNING PROGRESSION

5.0

COURSE
CONTENT
DETAIL
4.1

YEAR 11 SYLLABUS

4.2

YEAR 12 SYLLABUS

20

TIME ALLOCATION

29

7.0

RESOURCE

32

8.0

NOTES FOR TEACHERS

33

9.0

ASSESSMENT

35

10.0

PLANNING DOCUMENTS

37

6.0

1.0: INTRODUCTION
Mathematics may be seen as the science of magnitude, number, shape, space, and their relationsh
ips
and also as a universal language based on symbols and diagrams. It involves the
handling
(arrangement, analysis, manipulation and communication) of information, making of predictions
and
solving problems through the use of a language that is both concise and accurate.
This Syllabi provides students with carefully paced, in-depth study of critical skills and conce
pts. It
encourages teachers to help students become self-motivated, confident learners through inquiry
and
active participation in challenging and engaging experiences.
The curriculum anticipates that schools will ensure all students benefit from access to the pow
er of
mathematical reasoning and learn to apply their mathematical understanding creatively and efficiently.
2.0: RATIONALE
Years 11 and 12 Mathematics syllabi provides students with essential mathematical skill
s and
knowledge in Basic Mathematics, Algebra, Relations &Functions, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistic
s,
Probability and Calculus. It develops the numeracy capabilities that all students need in their perso
nal,
work, civic life and provides the fundamentals on which mathematical specialties and profes
sional
applications of mathematics are built.
The contents and outcomes of these syllabi are built from Year 9 and 10 syllabi.
Mathematics has its own value and beauty as it aims to instill in students an appreciation
of the
elegance and power of mathematical reasoning. Mathematical ideas have evolved across all cultur
es
over thousands of years, and are constantly developing. Globalization and information technologies
are
now facilitating this expansion of ideas and providing access to new tools for continuing mathemati
cal

exploration and invention. This Syllabus ensures that the links between the various componen
ts of
mathematics, as well as the relationship between mathematics and other disciplines, are made cle
ar.
Mathematics is composed of multiple but interrelated and interdependent concepts and systems whi
ch
students apply beyond the mathematics classroom.
In science, for example, understanding sources of error and their impact on the confide
nce of
conclusions is vital, as is the use of mathematical models in other disciplines. In ge
ography,
interpretation of data underpins the study of human populations and their physical environment
s; in
history, students need to be able to imagine timelines and time frames to reconcile related events;
and
in Language, deriving quantitative and spatial information is an important aspect of making meaning
of
texts.

3.0 :
1
2

3
4

OVERVIEW OF SUBJECT YEAR 11


STRANDS /SUB-STRANDS
Basic Mathematics 1
- Basic Number theory - Measurement
Algebra
- Manipulation of algebraic expressions
- Equations and In equations
Relations
Functions
Graphs
- ,Quadratic , cubic , Circle ,and Exponential

LINKS TO OTHER SUBJECTS


functions
5

Coordinate Geometry
- Distance between points
- Midpoint of points
- Gradient and equation of a li

ne
lines

Parallel and Perpendicular

Trigonometry
- Pythagoras theorem
- SOH CAH TOA
- 3 Dimensional objects
- Trigonometric Graphs
- Trigonometric Equation
Statistics
- Know simple terms
- Collection and presentation of data
- Analysis of data using central tendency and
spread
- Frequency and cumulative frequency graphs
Probability
- Simple probability terms
- Tree Diagram and Sample Space
- Calculating simple probabilities
Calculus
- Differentiation and Integration

All subjects
Economics
Accounting ,Physics
Economics
Accounting
Physics
Economics
Accounting
Physics
Art & Craft
Physics
Industrial Arts

All subjects

Economics
Biology
Engineering ,Physics ,Accounting
Economics ,Agriculture

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