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SCHEME OF WORK

2012

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS

FORM 5

1

SMK RAJA PEREMPUAN, IPOH

YEARLY TEACHING PLAN FOR ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS FORM 5

2012

DATE Students will be taught to… Students will be able to… TEACHING AND POINTS TO Aids / CCTS

LEARNING ACTIVITIES NOTE

ALGEBRAIC COMPONENT

1

4/1 – 6/1 A6: PROGRESSION Level 1

1.1 Identify characteristics of

1. Understand and use the concept of arithmetic progressions. Use example from real-life Systematic Coloured blocks,

arithmetic progression. 1.2 Determine whether given situations, scientific or Careful, whiteboard, text

sequence is an arithmetic graphing calculator software hardworking, book, chards,

progression. to explore arithmetic confidence scientific

progressions. calculator, work

2 Level 2 Begin with sheet, list of

9/1 – 13/1 1.3 Determine by using formula: sequences to formulae.

a) specific terms in arithmetic introduce

progressions; arithmetical and Interpreting,

b) the number of terms in geometrical Identifying

arithmetic progressions progressions. relations, Making

1.4 Find : Inference,

a) the sum of the first n terms of Include Translating,

arithmetic progressions. examples in Using of ICT,

b) the sum of a specific number algebraic form. Problem solving,

of consecutive terms of Mathematical

arithmetic progressions Include the use communication

c) the value of n, given the sum of the formula Construction

of the first n terms of Tn= Sn - Sn-1

arithmetic progressions

Include problems

Level 3 involving real- Problem-solving

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1.5 Solve problems involving life situations

arithmetic progressions.

3 Level 1 Graph board,

16/1 – 20/1 2. Understand and use the concept 2.1 Identify characteristics of Use examples from real-life Discuss : geometric

of geometric progression geometric progressions situations, scientific or As n → , rn sketchpad,

2.2 Determine whether a graphing calculators ; and →0 then S calculator,

given sequence is a computer software to a teaching

geometric progression. explore geometric 1 r courseware.

progressions

S read as

Level 2

Identifying

2.3 Determine by using “sum to relationship,

formula infinity”. working out

a) specific terms in geometric Include recurring mentally,

progressions decimals. Limit comparing and

b) the number of terms in to 2 recurring contrasting,

geometric progressions digits such as 0. finding all

. . .

3 , 0. 1 5 ,… possible

2.4 Find : Exclude : solutions,

a) the sum of the first n terms of a) combination arranging in.

geometric progressions of arithmetic Characterizing,

b) the sum of a specific number of progressions identify patterns

consecutive terms of geometric and geometric evaluating.

progressions. progressions. Problem-solving

Level 3 b) Cumulative

2.5 Find : sequences

a) the sum to infinity of such as, (1),

geometric progressions (2,3), (4,5,6),

b) the first term or common (7,8,9,10),…..

ratio, given the sum to

infinity of geometric

progressions.

3

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2.6 Solve problems involving

geometric progressions.

4

23/1 – 27/1 CHINENSE NEW YEAR

ALGEBRAIC COMPONENT

30/1 – 3/2 Level 1

1. Understand and use the concept of 1.6 Draw lines of best fit by Use examples from real-life Patience Whiteboard, text

lines of best fit. inspection of given data. situations to introduce the Accuracy book, graph

concept of linear law. Neatness board, scientific

Level 2 calculator, graph

1.7 Write equations for lines of best Use graphing calculators or Limit data to papers, long

fit. computer software such as linear relations ruler,

1.8 Determine values of variables Geometer’s Sketchpad to between two Geometer

from: explore lines of best fit. variables. Sketchpad,

a) lines of best fit Teaching

b) equations of lines of best fit. Courseware.

relations. 2.1 Reduce non-linear relations to

linear form.

non-linear relations given: Comparing and

a) lines of best fit contrasting,

b) data. Conceptualizing

Translating,

2.3 Obtain information from: Construction,

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a) lines of best fit Interpreting,

b) equations of lines of best fit. Predicting.

6 PRE USBF 1

6/2 – 10/2

CALCULUS COMPONENT

C2: INTEGRATION

7 Level 1

13/2 – 17/2 1. Understand and use the 1.1 Determine integrals by reversing Use computer software such Patience , Text Book

concept of indefinite integral. differentiation. as Geometer’s Sketchpad to co-operation, White board

1.2 Determine integrals of ax n , explore the concept of rational, Roll-up board

where a is a constant and n is an integration. systematic and Scientific

integer, n≠1. diligence. calculator

1.3 Determine integrals of algebraic Conceptual map

expressions. List of

1.4 Find constants of integration, c, in Cooperation. integration

indefinite integrals. Emphasize formula.

constant of Graphic

integration. calculator.

Level 2 Simulation and

1.5 Determine equations of curves �

ydx read as

use of ICT.

from functions of gradients. ‘integration of y

1.6 Determine by substitution the with respect to Problem solving

integrals of expressions of the x” Communication in

form (ax + b) n, where a and b are mathematics.

constants, n is an integer n≠1. Contextual

Learning

Constructivism

Limit integration Learning.

of

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Cooperative

�

n

u dx

Learning.

w here Mastery

u = ax + b. Learning.

Self-Access

Learning.

Logical

Reasoning.

C2: INTERGRATION

8 Level 2 Include

20/2 – 24/2 2. Understand and use the concept 2.1 Find definite integrals of Use scientific or graphic b b CCTS:

of definite integral. algebraic expressions. calculators to explore the �

kf ( x)dx =k �

f ( x )dx

Identifying

concept of definite integrals. a a relationships.

Level 3 b

Working out

2.2 Find areas under curves as the f ( x)dx = mentally.

limit of a sum of areas. Use computer software and a

Evaluating.

a

2.3 Determine areas under curves graphic calculators to explore Visualizing

using formula. areas under curves and the f ( x )dx Analyzing

b

significance of positive and Drawing

negative values of areas. diagrams

Derivation of Arranging in

formulae not order.

required. Making

conclusions.

Limit to one

curve.

9

27/2 – 2/3 USBF 1

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2.4 Find volume of revolutions when

10 C2: INTERGRATION region bounded by a curve is Use dynamic computer Limit volumes

5/3 – 9/3 rotated completely about the software to explore volumes of revolution

(a) x-axis, of revolutions. about the x-axis

(b) y-axis. or

2.5 As the limit of a sum of volumes. y-axis.

Determine volumes of revolutions

using formula.

MID TERM BREAK

10/3 – 18/3

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GEOMETRIC COMPONENT

G2: VECTORS

Level 1

11 1. Understand and use the concept 1.1 Differentiate between vector and Use example from real-life Patience , whiteboard,

19/3 – 23/3 of vector. scalar quantities. situations and dynamic co-operation, text book,

1.2 Draw and label directed line computer software such as rational, chards,

segments to represent vectors. Geometer’s Sketchpad to systematic and scientific

1.3 Determine the magnitude and explore vectors. diligence. calculator,

direction of vectors represented work sheet, list

by directed line. Use notations: of formulae,

1.4 Determine whether two vectors Vectors : a , AB Cartesian plane,

are equal. ~

Using CD

Level 2 , a, AB. courseware

1.5 Multiply vectors by scalars. Magnitude :

1.6 Determine whether two vectors a , AB , Interpreting,

~

are parallel. Identifying

a , AB .

vectors,

Zero vector: 0

~

. Making

Emphasise that a Inference,

zero vector has Using of ICT,

12 magnitude of Problem

26/3 – 30/3 2. Understand and use the Level 1 Use real-life situations and zero. solving,

concepts of addition and 2.1 Determine the resultant vector of manipulative materials to Emphasize Mathematical

subtraction of vectors. two parallel vectors. explore addition and negative vector: communication

subtraction of vectors. AB = B A

Interpreting,

Level 2 Identifying

2.2 Determine the resultant vector of Include negative relations,

two non-parallel vectors using : scalar. Making

(a) triangle law Inference,

(b) parallelogram law. Translating,

Comparing and

2.3 Determine the resultant vector of contrasting

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three or more vectors using the

polygon law.

Include :

Level 3 (a) collinear

2.4 Subtract two vectors which are : points

(a) parallel (b) non-parallel

(b) non-parallel non-zero

vectors.

2.5 Represent vectors as a

combination of other vectors. Emphasize :

If a

~

and b

~

are

2.6 Solve problems involving

addition and subtraction vectors. not parallel and h

a = k b , then h

~ ~

= k = 0.

Emphasize :

a -b =

a +(- b )

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13 3. Understand and use vectors in Level 1

2/4- 6/4 the Cartesian plane. 3.1 Express vectors in the form: Use example from real-life Relate unit Whiteboard,

a) x i y j

~

situations, computer software vectors i~ and colour chalks,

~ to explore vectors in the text book,

Cartesian plane. j to Cartesian chards,

x ~

scientific

b) coordinates.

y calculator,

Emphasise:

work sheet,

1

3.2 Determine magnitudes of vectors. vector i~ = grid board.

0

and

Level 2 0

vector ~j = Using of ICT,

3.3 Determine unit vectors in given 1

directions. Problem

For learning

3.4 Add two or more vectors. solving,

outcomes 3.2 to

3.5 Subtract two vectors. Mathematical

3.7, all vectors are

3.6 Multiply vectors by scalars. communication

given in the form

x i y j

Level 3 ~ ~

3.7 Perform combined operations in

vectors. x

3.8 Solve problems involving vectors. or .

y

Limit combined

operations to

addition,

subtraction and

multiplication of

vectors by scalars.

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TRIGONOMETRIC

COMPONENT

T2: TRIGONOMETRIC

FUNCTIONS

Level 1

14 1. Understand the concept of 1.1 Represent in a Cartesian plane, Use dynamic computer Confidence list of

9/4 – 13/4 positive and negative angles angles greater than 360 or 2л software such as Geometer’s Patience formulae,

measured in degrees and radians for: Sketchpad to explore angles Careful computer

radians. a) positive angles in Cartesian plane. software,

b) negative angles Use unit circle to graphic

2. Understand and use the six Use dynamic computer determine the sine calculators

trigonometric functions of 2.1 Define sine, cosine and tangent software to explore of trigonometric

any angle of any angle in a Cartesian plane. trigonometric functions in ratios.

degrees and radians

2.2 Define cotangent, secant and Emphasise:

Cosecant of any angle in a Use scientific or graphic sin = cos (90 -

Cartesian plane calculators to explore )

trigonometric functions of cos = sin (90 -

2.3 Find values of the six any angle. )

Trigonometric functions of any tan = cot(90 - )

angle. cosec = sec (90 -

)

2.4 Solve trigonometric equations sec =cosec(90-

)

cot = tan(90 - )

of triangles to find

trigonometric

ratios for special

angles 30 0 , 45

0

and 60 0 .

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15

16/4 – 20/4 PRE MID-YEAR EXAMINATION

16 3. Understand and use graphs of 3.1 Draw and sketch graphs of situations to introduce (a) degrees blocks,

23/4 – 27/4 sinus , cosines and tangent trigonometric functions : graphs of trigonometric (b) radians, whiteboard,

functions. (a) y = c + a sin bx functions. in terms text book,

(b) y = c + a cos bx of ח. scientific

(c) y = c + a tan bx calculator,

where a, b and c are constants work sheet, list

and b > 0. Emphasise the of formulae.

Level 2 Use graphing calculators characteristics of

3.2 Determine the number of and dynamic computer sine, cosine and Interpreting,

solutions to a trigonometric software such as tangent graphs. Identifying

equation using sketched graphs. Geometer’s Sketchpad to Include relations,

explore graphs of trigonometric Making

3.3 Solve trigonometric equations trigonometric functions. functions Inference,

using drawn graphs. involving Translating,

modulus. Using of ICT,

Problem

Exclude solving,

combinations of Mathematical

trigonometric communication

functions.

Basic identities

are also known as

17 Pythagorean

30/4 – 4/5 4. Understand and use basic Level 3 Use scientific or graphing identities

identities 4.1 Prove basic identities : calculators and dynamics

c) sin 2 A cos 2 A = 1 computer software such as Include learning

d) 1 tan 2 A = sec 2 A Geometer’s Sketchpad to outcomes 2.1 and

e) 1 cot 2 A = cos ec 2 A explore basic identities. 2.2.

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4.2 Prove trigonometric identities

using basic identities. Derivation of

addition formulae

4.3 Solve trigonometric equation not required.

using basic identities Discuss half-angle

formulae.

formulae and double-angle 5.1 Prove trigonometric identities software such as Geometer’s A cos x +

formulae. using addition formulae for Sketchpad to explore b sin x = c ,

sin A B , cos A B and addition formulae and

tan A B . double-angle formulae.

5.2 Derive double-angle formulae

for sin 2 A , cos 2 A and

tan 2 A .

5.3 Prove trigonometric identities

using addition formulae and/or

double-angle formulae.

5.4 Solve trigonometric equations.

18 -19

7/5 – 18/5

MID YEAR EXAMINATION

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STATISTICS COMPONENT

21/5 – 25/5 COMBINATION Teaching

Predicting Critical Courseware,

1. Understand and use the concept Level 1 thinking LCD,

of permutation. 1.1 Determine the total number of Use manipulative materials Making Screen,

ways to perform successive to explore multiplication inferences Computer.

events using multiplication rule. rule. Patience whiteboard,

1.2 Determine the number of text book,

permutations of n different Use real-life situations and For this topic: scientific

objects. computer software to explore a) Introduce the calculator,

1.3 Determine the number of permutations concept by using work sheet, list

permutation of n different numerical of formulae

objects taken r at a time examples.

b) Calculators Interpreting,

Level 2 should only be Identifying

1.4 Determine the number of used after relations,

permutations of n different students have Making

objects for given conditions. understood the Inference,

1.5 Determine the number of concept. Using of ICT,

permutations of n different Limit to 3 events Problem

objects f taken r at a time solving,

for given conditions Exclude cases Mathematical

involving communication

identical objects.

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26/5 – 10/6

Teaching

21 S2: PERMUTATIONS AND Courseware,

11/6 – 15/6 COMBINATION LCD,

Screen,

2. Understand and use the concept Level 1 Computer.

of combination 2.1 Determine the number of Explore Combinations Using Explain the whiteboard,

combinations of r objects chosen Real-Life Situations And concept of text book,

from n different objects. Computer Software. permutations by scientific

listing all possible calculator,

Level 2 arrangements. work sheet, list

2.2 Determine the number of Include notations of formulae

combinations of r objects chosen a) n! = n(n-1)(n-

from n different objects for given 2)…(3)(2)(1) Interpreting,

conditions. Identifying

b) 0! =1 relations,

n! read as “n Making

factorial” Inference,

Using of ICT,

Exclude cases Problem

involving solving,

arrangement of Mathematical

objects in a circle. communication

Explain the

concept of Coloured

blocks,

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combinations by blackboard, text

listing all possible book, cards,

selections. scientific

Use examples to calculator,

illustrate n C r = Formulae sheet,

n work sheet,

Pr Making

r! Inference,

Predicting,

Using of ICT,

Analyzing

STATISTICS COMPONENT

S3: PROBABILITY

Level 1

22 1. Understand and use the 1.1 Describe the sample space of an Use example from real-life confidence Teaching Aids:

18/5 – 22/5 concept of probability experiment. situations, scientific or Dice, coins,

1.2 Determine the number of graphing calculator software Use set notations cards,

outcomes of an event to explore arithmetic Discuss: scientific

1.3 Determine the probability of an progressions. a. Classical calculator,

event. probability Computers,

(theoretical Graphing

Level 2 probability) cal calculators

1.4 Determine by using formula: progressions. software.

a) specific terms in arithmetic b. Subjective Manipulative

progressions; probability materials.

b) the number of terms in c. relative

arithmetic progressions. frequency

probability CCTS :

(experimental Identifying

probability) relationship,

Emphasize: Problem

Only classical solving,

probability is Identify

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used to solve Patterns,

problems Conceptualizing,

Making

hypothesis.

23

25/6 – 29/6 2. Understand and use the concept Level 2

of probability of mutually 2.1 Determine whether two events are Use manipulative materials Emphasize: Problem

exclusive events. mutually exclusive. and graphing calculators to P( A B) = Solving.

explore the concept of P ( A) P ( B ) Identifying

2.2 Determine the probability of two probability of mutually relationship.

P( A B)

or more events that are mutually exclusive events. Grouping and

Using Venn classifying.

exclusive.

Diagrams. Predicting.

Use computer software to

Include events

3. Understand and use the concept Level 3 simulate experiments

that are mutually

of probability of independent 3.2 Determine whether two events involving probability of

exclusive and

events. are independent. mutually exclusive events.

exhaustive.

Limit to three

Use manipulative materials

mutually

3.2 Determine the probability of and graphing calculators to

exclusive events.

two independent events. explore the concept of

Include tree

independent

diagrams.

3.3 Determine the probability of events.

three independent events.

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Use computer software to

simulate experiments

involving probability of

independent events

STATISTICS COMPONENT

S4 : PROBABILITY

DISTRIBUTIONS

Level 1

24 1. Understand and use the concept 1.1 List all possible values of a Teacher needs to explain the Honesty, fairness, Courseware,

2/7 – 6/7 of binomial distribution. discrete random variable. definition of discrete random careful, Workbook,

variable. independent Textbooks,

Level 2 GSP,

1.2 Determine the probability of an Discuss the characteristics of Includes the Calculator,

event in a binomial distribution. Bernoulli trials. characteristics of Log book,

Bernoulli trials. Z-score table

1.3 Plot binomial distributions graphs. P ( X = r ) = nCr p r q n r , p q For

= 1,learning

0 p 1, outcomes 1.2 and Identifying

1.4, derivations of relationship,

r = 0,1,......, n

1.4 Determine mean, variance, and formulae not Estimating,

standard deviations of a binomial Students are not required to required. Evaluating,

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distributions derive the formulae. Analyzing

1.5 Solve problems involving large values of n.

binomial distribution.

Mean = np

Variance = npq

Standard deviation = npq

n = number of trials

p = probability of success

q = probability of failure.

9/7 – 13/7 2. Understand and use the Level 1 computer software such as Discuss Normal

concept of normal 2.1 Describe continuous random statistical packages to characteristics of: distribution

distributions variables using set notations. explore the concept of a) nnormal table, scientific

2.2 Find probability of z-values for normal distributions. distribution calculator, text

standard normal distribution. graphs. book

b) gStandard

normal

Level 2 distribution Critical

2.3 Convert random variable of graphs thinking,

normal distributions, X, to Interpreting,

standardized variable, Z. Z is called translating,

standardized identifying

variable. relationship,

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Level 3 problem

2.4 Represent probability of an Rational and solving,

event using set notation. careful drawing

2.5 Determine probability of an diagram .

event. Integration of

Solve problems involving normal

normal distributions. distribution

function to

determine

probability is not

required

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SCIENCE AND

TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE

STRAIGHT LINE

Level 1

26 1. Understand and use the concept 1.1 Identify direction of displacement Use real-life examples, cooperation Scientific

16/7 – 20/7 of displacement. of a particle from a fixed point. scientific or graphing independent calculator,

calculator and computer confidence worksheet, list

1.2 Determine displacement of a software such as Geometer’s Hardworking of formulae,

particle from a fixed point. Sketchpad to explore using ICT,

displacement. Emphasize the use problem

of the following solving.

Level 2 symbols:

1.3Determine the total distance s=displacement Working

traveled by a particle over a time v=velocity backwards,

interval using graphical method. a=acceleration drawing

t=time diagram,

where s, v and a analyzing,

are function of problem

time. solving.

Emphasize the

difference

between

displacement and

distance.

Discuss positive,

negative and zero

displacements.

Include the use of

number line.

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27 2. Understand and use the concept Level 2 Use real-life examples, Emphasize

23/7 – 27/7 of velocity. 2.1 Determine velocity function of a graphing calculators and velocity as the Whiteboard,

particle by differentiation. computer software such as rate of change of text book,

Geometer’s Sketchpad to displacement scientific

2.2 Determine instantaneous velocity explore the concept of ds

of a particle. velocity. v= calculator,

dt

Include graphs of work sheet, list

3. Understand and use the concept Level 3 velocity functions of formulae.

of acceleration. 2.3 Determine displacement of a Discuss about the idea of Discuss: Using of ICT,

particle from velocity function by acceleration as the changing a) uniform

integration of the rate of velocity. velocity

b) zero Problem solving,

Level 2 instantaneous Mathematical

3.1 Determine acceleration function a = dv/dt , d2s /dt2 c) positive communication

of a particle by differentiation. velocity Interpreting,

Discuss about the idea of d) negative Identifying

uniform acceleration velocity relations,

Level 3 dv Making

3.2 Determine instantaneous Meaning of the signs of s = Inference,

dt

acceleration of a particle. acceleration:

3.3 Determine instantaneous velocity a0 The velocity of the Emphasis

of a particle from acceleration particle is increasing

acceleration as the

function by integration. with respect to time

rate of

3.4 Determine displacement of a a<0 The velocity of

particle is change of

particle from acceleration

decreasing with velocity.

function by integration.

respect to time Discuss :

3.5 Solve problems involving motion

a=0 The particle is at a) uniform

along a straight line.

uniform velocity or acceleration

maximum velocity b) zero

acceleration

c) positive

acceleration

22

28

30/7 – 3/8 SPM STRATEGIC REVISION

29

7/8 – 10/8 PRE TRIAL EXAMINATION

30

13/8 – 17/8 SPM STRATEGIC REVISION

18/8 – 26/8

31

27/8 – 30/8 SPM STRATEGIC REVISION

32 – 33

3/9 – 14/9 SPM TRIAL EXAMINATION

34-36

17/9 – 5/10 SPM STRATEGIC REVISION

37

8/10 – 12/10 PRE SPM EXAMINATION

38 – 41

15/10 – 9/11 SPM STRATEGIC REVISION

12/11 – 6/12

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