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SEKOLAH MENENGAH AGAMA PERSEKUTUAN, LABU
ANNUAL SCHEME OF WORK  ADDITIONAL MATHEMATIC FORM 4 2012
TOPIC 1: FUNCTION
WEEK/
DATE
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W1, W2
and W3
04 Jan
20 Jan
1. The concept of
relations
Students will be able to
Represent a relation using
a) arrow diagrams
b) ordered pairs
c) graphs
Identify domain, codomain,
object, image and range of a
relation.
Classify a relation shown on
mapped diagrams as: one to one,
many to one, one to many or many
to many relation.
 Use pictures and role play to
introduce the concept of
relations.
 Introduce set notation
 Slide presentation
 Love & respect
 Use of Power Point Presentations
 Website
http://www.ugrad.math.ubc.ca/coursedoc/
maths100/notes/zoo/ccomposite.html
2. The concept of
functions
Recognize functions as a
special relation.
Express functions using
notation
Determine domain, object,
image and range of a function.
Determine image of a function
given the object and vice versa.
 Works in groups to recognize
functions as a special relation
and determine domain,
object, image and range of a
function.
 Slide presentation
 Using Ms Excel to explore
the image of function.
 Worksheet
 Cooperation
 Rationality
 Cooperative Learning
 Ms Power Point
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3. The concept of
composite
functions
3.1 Determine composition of
two functions.
3.2 Determine image of
composite functions given
the object and vice versa.
3.3 Determine one of the
functions in a given
composite function given
the other related function.
 Use arrow diagrams in slide
presentation
 Use algebraic method
 Works in pairs
 Use algebraic method
 Cooperation
 Power Point Presentation
 Worksheet
4. The concept of
inverse functions
4.1 Find object by inverse
mapping given its image
and function.
 Use arrow diagrams in slide
presentation
 Use algebraic method
 Works in pairs
 Freedom
 Power Point Presentation
 Worksheet
TOPIC 2: QUADRATIC EQUATION
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General form of
Quadratic
Equation
Students will be able to:
1.1 Recognise quadratic equation
and express it in general form.
a) Discuss the characteristics of
quadratic equation
b) Give handouts that have a lot of
different kind of algebraic
equation.
Moral Values/ CCTS : Cooperative
Teaching Aids : Graphic Calculator
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W4 and
W5
23 Jan
02 Feb
Solving a Quadratic
Equation
1.2 Determine whether a given
value is the root of a quadratic
equation by
a. substitution
b. inspection.
a) Discuss the number of roots of
quadratic equation
b) give the questions which is x 1
and try to get the answer by using
substitution and inspection.
Moral Values/ CCTS : Cooperative
Teaching Aids : Graphic Calculator
Solving a Quadratic
Equation
1.3 Determine roots of a quadratic
equation by trial and
improvement method.
a) Discuss the number of roots of
quadratic equation
b) give the questions which is x 1
and try to get the answer by using
trial and improvement method.
Moral Values/ CCTS : Cooperative
Teaching Aids : Graphic Calculator
Solving a Quadratic
Equation
Students will be able to:
2.1 Determine the roots of a
quadratic equation by
a. factorisation
b. completing the square
c. using the formula.
a) Revise the technic of factorisation.
b) Use computer software to discuss
the method of 2.1a and 2.1 b.
Moral Values/ CCTS : Cooperative
Teaching Aids : Computer Software
Form an Equation 2.2 Form a quadratic equation from
given roots.
Discuss the reverse process of
factorisation.
Moral Values/ CCTS : Cooperative
Teaching Aids : Graphic Calculator
Nature of the roots Students will be able to:
3.1 Determine types of roots of
quadratic equations from the
value of b
2
4ac.
Compare and observe the value of b
2
4ac and types of
roots by using table.
ax
2
+bx+c=
0
a,b,
c
x
(use
formula)
b
2
4ac Type
s
Moral Values : Cooperative,
Rational thinking
Teaching Aids : Computer
Software and LCD
Pedagogical Approaches :
CCTS
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Nature of the roots 3.2 Solve problems involving b
2
4ac in quadratic equations to:
a. find an unknown value;
b. derive a relation.
Groups discussion and presentation (different types of
problem)
Moral Values : Cooperative,
Rational thinking, hardworking
Teaching Aids : Worksheet
Pedagogical Approaches :
Problem solving
TOPIC 3 : QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES
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W6 and
W7
06 Feb
17 Feb
Quadratic Functions
Recognise quadratic function.
1.2 Plot quadratic function graphs
a) based on given tabulated values.
b) by tabulating values based on
given functions.
1. Identify various types of graphs:
i) linear graph
ii) quadratic graph
iii) inverse graph
iv) cubic graph
2. Introduce the quadratic graph.
Example :
i) y = x
2
ii) y = 2x
2
iii) y = 3x
2
iv) y = x
2
+ c
v) Identify everyday
situation involving
quadratic graphs.
Example :
i)roller coaster
ii) pendulum
Cooperation
Honesty
Rationality
Selfreliance
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W6 and
W7
06 Feb
17 Feb
Plotting Quadratic
Function Graph
Recognise shapes of graphs of
quadratic functions.
Determine the maximum or
minimum value of quadratic
function by completing the square
iii) projectile motion
Plotting quadratic function graph
using tabulated values.
Sketching graph for quadratic
function based on
f(x) = ax
2
+ bx + c =0 , where a > 0
and a < 0 .
Sketching graph for quadratic
function
Diligence
Quadratic Inequality Determine the ranges of values of x
that satisfies quadratic inequality
Graph sketching
Number line
Cooperation
TOPIC 4 : SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
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W8
20 Feb
24 Feb
Simultaneous
Equations.
Solve simultaneous
equations in two
unknowns: one
linear equation and
one nonlinear
equation.
Solve simultaneous equations
using the substitution method.
Solve simultaneous equations
involving reallife situations.
Use graphing calculators or dynamic
geometry software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad to explore the
concept of simultaneous equations.
Use examples in reallife situations
such as area, perimeter and others.
Moral Value :
Selfreliance
Cooperation
Rationality
Integrity
Teaching Aid :
graphing calculators,
dynamic geometry software
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Pedagogical Approaches :
Cooperative learning,
mastery learning.
TOPIC 5 : INDICES AND LOGARITHM
WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES
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W9,
W11,
W12
27 Feb
06 Apr
Indices and Law of
Indices
Students will be able to:
1.1 Find the value of numbers
given in the form of:
a) integer indices.
b) fractional indices.
1.2 Use laws of indices to find the
value of numbers in index
form that are multiplied,
divided or raised to a power.
1.3 Use laws of indices to
simplify algebraic
expressions.
Use examples of reallife situations
to introduce the concept of indices.
Use computer software such as the
spreadsheet to enhance the
understanding of indices.
Zero indices and negative indices
should be explain.
Laws of indices
m n m n
a a a
+
=
m n m n
a a a
=
( )
m n mn
a a =
MS Excel
Suitable software
Rationality
Accuracy
Discipline
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W10
05 Mac

09 Mac
Ujian 1
10 Mac

18 Mac
Cuti Sekolah Pertengahan Penggal 1
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W9,
W11,
W12
27 Feb
06 Apr
Concept and Law
of Logarithms
Students will be able to:
2.1 Express equation in index
form to logarithm form and
vice versa.
2.2 Find logarithm of a number.
2.3 Logarithm of numbers by
using laws of logarithms.
2.4 Simplify logarithmic
expressions to the simplest
form.
Definition of logarithm should be
explain
log
x
a
N a N x = =
where 0, 1 a a > =
Emphasis log 1 0, log 1
a a
a = =
Including cases, numbers are given
in the form of
a) indices
b) numerical
Emphasis
a) logarithm of a negative
number is not defined.
b) logarithm of zero is not
defined.
Laws of logarithms
log log log
a a a
mn m n = +
log log log
a a a
m
m n
n
=
log log
n
a a
m n m =
MS Excel
Suitable software
Rationality
Accuracy
Discipline
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W9,
W11,
W12,
W13
27 Feb
06 Apr
Change of Base of
Logarithms
Students will be able to:
3.1 Find the logarithm of a
number by changing the base
of the logarithm to a suitable
base.
3.2 Solve problems involving the
change of base and laws of
logarithms
log
log
log
c
a
c
b
b
a
=
Emphasis
1
log
log
a
b
b
a
=
Specially involving cases laws of
logarithm and /or change of base of
logarithm.
MS Excel
Suitable software
Rationality
Accuracy
Discipline
Solve Equations
Involving Indices
and Logarithms
Students will be able to:
4.1 Solve equations involving
indices.
4.2 Solve equations involving
logarithms.
Equations involving indices are solve
by
a) comparing the indices and
bases
b) using logarithm
Equations involving indices and
logarithm are restricted to one
answer only.
MS Excel
Suitable software
Rationality
Accuracy
Discipline
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TOPIC 6 : COORDINATE GEOMETRY
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W14,
W15,
W16,
W17
09 Apr
04 May
Coordinate
geometry
Midpoint
Area of Triangle
1.1 Find the distance between two
points using formula.
Use examples of reallife situations to
find the distance between two points
Accuracy,
GSP,
Contextual learning
2.1 Find the midpoint of two
given points.
2.2 Find the coordinates of a point
that divides a line according to
a given ratio m : n.
Use dynamic geometry software
such as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of midpoint of
two given points
Systematic,
GSP
3.1 Find the area of a triangle
based on the area of specific
geometrical shapes.
3.2 Find the area of a triangle by
using formula.
3.3 Find the area of a quadrilateral
using formula.
Use dynamic geometry software
such as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of area of
polygons.
Use for
substitution of coordinates into the
formula.
Cooperation,
GSP,
Cooperative learning
1 3 2 1
1 3 2 1
2
1
y y y y
x x x x
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W14,
W15,
W16,
W17
09 Apr
04 May
Equation of Straight
Line
4.1 Determine the xintercept and
the yintercept of a line.
4.2 Find the gradient of a straight
line that passes through two
points.
4.3 Find the gradient of a straight
line using the xintercept and
yintercept.
Find the equation of a straight line
given:
a) gradient and one point;
b) two points;
c) xintercept and y
intercept.
4.5 Find the gradient and the
intercepts of a straight line
given the equation.
4.6 Change the equation of a
straight line to the general
form.
4.6 Find the point of intersection of
two lines.
Use dynamic geometry software such
as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of equation of a
straight line.
Cooperation,
GSP,
Cooperative learning
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W14,
W15,
W16,
W17
09 Apr
04 May
Equation Of Locus
5.1 Determine whether two
straight lines are parallel when
the gradients of both lines are
known and vice versa.
5.2 Find the equation of a straight
line that passes through a
fixed point and parallel to a
given line
5.3 Determine whether two straight
lines are perpendicular when
the gradients of both lines are
known and vice versa.
5.4 Determine the equation of a
straight line that passes through
a fixed point and perpendicular
to a given line.
5.5 Solve problems involving
equations of straight lines.
Use examples of reallife situations
to explore parallel and perpendicular
lines.
Use graphic calculator and dynamic
geometry software such as
Geometers Sketchpad to explore the
concept of parallel and perpendicular
lines.
Graphic calculator,
GSP,
Compasses, protractor, set square
6.1 Find the equation of locus that
satisfies the condition if:
a) the distance of a moving
point from a fixed point is
constant;
b) the ratio of the distances
of a moving point from
two fixed points is
constant.
6.2 Solve problems involving loci.
Use examples of reallife situations
to explore equation of locus
involving distance between two
points.
Use graphic calculators and dynamic
geometry software such as the
Geometers Sketchpad to explore the
concept of parallel and perpendicular
lines.
Abeyance,
Graphic calculator,
GSP
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W18,
W19,
W20
07 May

25 May
Peperiksaan Pertengahan Tahun
26 May

10 June
Cuti Sekolah Penggal 1
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TOPIC 7 : STATISTICS
WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES LEARNING SUGGESTED
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W21,
W22,
W23,
W24
11 June

06 July
Measures Of
Central Tendency
Students will be able to:
1.1 Calculate the mean of
ungrouped data.
1.2 Determine the mode of
ungrouped data.
1.3 Determine the median of
ungrouped data.
1.4 Determine the modal class of
grouped data from frequency
distribution tables.
1.5 Find the mode from
histograms.
1.6 Calculate the mean of grouped
data.
Use scientific calculators, graphing
calculators and spreadsheets to
explore measures of central tendency.
Students collect data from reallife
situations to investigate measures of
central tendency.
Teaching Aids
scientific calculators, graphic calculators and
spreadsheets
Moral Values
cooperation, honesty
Pedagogical Approach
cooperative learningooperac
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W21,
W22,
W23,
W24
11 June

06 July
Students will be able to:
1.7 Calculate the median of
grouped data from cumulative
frequency distribution tables.
1.8 Estimate the median of
grouped data from an ogive.
1.9 Determine the effects on
mode, median and mean for a
set of data when:
a) each data is changed
uniformly;
b) extreme values exist;
c) certain data is added or
removed.
i. Revision.
ii. Introducing formula
C
f
F
N
L m
m




.

\

+ =
2
i. Revision
ii. Students work in group, calculate
mode, median and mean for a set of
data.
iii. Make changes to the data and
then
every student in the group has to
calculate a new mode, median and
mean.
v. Students make conclusion.
Students should know how to calculate mode,
median and mean.
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W21,
W22,
W23,
W24
11 June

06 July
Students will be able to:
1.10 Determine the most suitable
measure of central tendency
for given data.
i. Discussion of examples
ii. CD  presentation
iii. Written Exercise
Measures Of
Dispersion
2.1 Find the range of ungrouped
data.
2.2 Find the interquartile range of
ungrouped data.
2.3 Find the range of grouped
data.
2.4 Find the interquartile range of
grouped data from the
cumulative frequency table.
2.5 Determine the interquartile
range of grouped data from an
ogive.
2.6 Determine the variance of
a) ungrouped data;
b) grouped data.
i. Intoducing the concept of Range
of ungroup and group data.
ii. Discussion of concept by giving
examples.
iii. Written Exercise
iv. CD presentation
Students had learnt in Mathematics.
(Refreshment)
 Introducing formula for variance.
Systematic
Moral Value
Accuracy
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WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED TEACHING
AND LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
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OF TECHNOLOGY / PEDAGOGICAL
APPROACHES
W21,
W22,
W23,
W24
11 June

06 July
Students will be able to:
2.7 Determine the standard
deviation of:
a) ungrouped data
b) grouped data.
2.8 Determine the effects on
range, interquartile range,
variance and standard
deviation for a set of data
when:
a) each data is changed
uniformly;
b) extreme values exist;
c) certain data is added or
removed.
2.9 Compare measures of central
tendency and dispersion
between two sets of data.
2.10
i. Intoducing the concept of standard
deviation of ungroup and group
data.
ii. Discussion of concept by giving
examples.
iii. Written Exercise
iv. CD presentation
Standard deviation = iance var
Students investigate measures of
central tendency and dispersion
between two sets of data in reallife
situations.
Moral Values
Accuracy, systematic
Pedagogical Approaches
Mastery learning, exploratory
Teaching Aids
Spreedsheet
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TOPIC 8 : CIRCULAR MEASURES
WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES
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USE OF TECHNOLOGY /
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W25,
W26
09 July

20 July
Circular Measures
Students will be able to :
1.1 Convert measurements in
radian to degrees and vice
versa.
Use dynamic geometry software
such as Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of circular
measure.
Moral Values :
 Rationality
 Integrity
 Courage
 Cooperation
Use of Technology :
 Geometers Sketchpad
 Power Point
Pedagogical Approachs
 Contextual
 Cooperative Learning
2.1 Determine
a) length of arc
b) radius; and
c) angle subtended at the centre of a
circle based on given information.
2.2 Find perimeter of segments of
circles.
2.3 Solve problems involving
lenghths of arcs.
Use examples of reallife situations
to explore circular measure.
3.1 Determine
a) area of sector;
b) radius; and
c) angle subtended at the centre of
a circle based on given information.
3.2 Find area of segments of circles
3.3 Solve problems involving area
of sectors.
Use dynamic geometry software
such as Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of circular
measure.
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TOPIC 9 : SOLUTION OF TRIANGLES
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W27,
W28
16 July

27 July
Solution of triangles 1.1 Verify sine rule
1.2 Use sine rule to find unknown
sides or angles of a triangle
1.3 Find unknown sides and angles
of a triangle in an ambiguous
case
1.4 Solve problems involving the
sine
Use dynamic geometry software such
as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the sine rule
Use examples of reallife situations to
explore the sine rule
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
2.1 Verify cosine rule
2.2 Use cosine rule to find unknown
sides or angles of a triangle
2.3 Solve problems involving
cosine
rule
2.4 Solve problems involving sine
and
cosine rules
Use dynamic geometry software such
as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the cosine rule
Use example of reallife situations to
explore the cosine rule
3.1 Find area of triangles using
formula
ab sin C or its equivalent
3.2 Solve problems involving three
dimensional objects
Use dynamic geometry software such
as the Geometers Sketchpad to
explore the concept of area of
triangles
Use examples of reallife situations to
explore area of triangles
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TOPIC 10 : DIFFERENTIATIONS
WEEK SUBTOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES
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W29,
W31,
W32
06 Aug

07 Sept
The Concept Of
Gradients Of Curve
And Differentiation
1.1 Determine The Value Of A
Function When Its Variable
Approaches A Certain Value.
1.2 Find The Gradient Of A Chord
Joining Two Points On A
Curve.
1.3 Find The First Derivative Of A
Function Y = F(X), As The
Gradient Of Tangent To Its
Graph.
1.4 Find The Fist Derivative Of
Polynomials Using The First
Principles.
1.5 Deduce The Formula For First
Derivative Of The Function Y
= F(X) By Induction.
Using Graphic Calculator
Using Gsp
Values : Cautious
Ccts : To Explore
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
W29,
W31,
W32
06 Aug

07 Sept
First Derivative Of
Polynomial
Functions
2.1 Determine The First Derivative
Of The Function Y = ax
n
Using
Formula.
2.2 Determine Value Of The First
Derivative Of The Function Y
= Ax
n
For A Given Value Of X.
2.3 Determine First Derivative Of
A Function Involving :
Addition, Or
Subtraction
Using Graphmatica
Values : Collaborative,
Cautious
Ccts : To Interpret
Using Graphmatica
Values : Collaborative,
Cautious
Ccts : To Interpret
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
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W29,
W31,
W32
06 Aug

07 Sept
Of Algebraic Terms.
2.4 Determine The First Derivative
Of A Product Of Two
Polynomials.
2.5 Determine The First Derivative
Of A Quotient Of Two
Polynomials.
2.6 Determine The First Derivative
Of Composite Function Using
Chain Rule.
2.7 Determine The Gradient Of
Tangent At A Point On A
Curve.
2.8 Determine The Equation Of
Tangent At A Point On A
Curve.
2.9 Determine The Equation Of
Normal At A Point On A
Curve.
Using Graphmatica
Values : Collaborative,
Cautious
Ccts : To Interpret
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
Maximum And
Minimum Values
3.1 Determine Coordinates Of
Turning Points Of A Curve
3.2 Determine Whether A Turning
Point Is A Maximum Or A
Minimum Point.
3.3 Solve Problems Involving
Maximum Or Minimum Point.
Using Graphic Calculator
Using Gsp To Determine The
Coordinate Of Turning Point
Values : Accurate
Ccts : To Interpret
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
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1. Rates Of
Change
2. Small Changes
And
Approximations
3. Second
Derivative
4.1 Determine Rates Of Change
For Related Quantities.
5.1 Determine Small Changes In
Quantities.
5.2 Determine Approximate
Values Using
Differentiation.
6.1 Determine The Second
Derivative Of Function Y=F
(X)
6.2 Determine Whether A Turning
Point Is Maximum Or
Minimum Point Of A Curve
Using The Second Derivative.
Using Graphic Calculator
Using Gsp
Values : Accurate, Cautious
Values : Cautious
Ccts : To Interpret
Values : Cautious
Ccts : To Interpret
Using Gsp
Values : Cautious, Collaborative
Diligence, cooperation, responsibility, helpfulness,
self reliance, courage
GSP, Power Point
Computer
Cooperative Learning
Mastery learning
W29,
W31,
W32
06 Aug

07 Sept
W30
13 Aug

17 Aug
Ujian 2
18 Aug

26 Aug
Cuti Sekolah Pertengahan Penggal 2
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TOPIC 11 : INDEX NUMBER
Week Topic Learning Outcomes Suggested Teaching & Learning
Activities
Moral Values/ Teaching Aids/ Use Of
Technology/ Pedagogical Approaches
W33
10 Sept

14 Sept
Index Number Students will be able to:
1.1 Calculate index number
1.2 Calculate price index
1.3 Find Q
0
or Q
1
given relevant
information
Use examples of reallife situations to
explore index numbers
Moral Values :
Cooperation
Honesty
Pedagogical Approaches :
Cooperative Learning
Exploratory
Contextual
2.1 Calculate composite index
2.2 Find index number or
weightage given relevant
information.
2.3 Solve problems involving
index number and composite
index
Use examples of reallife situations to
explore composite index
Moral Values :
Cooperation
Pedagogical Approaches :
Exploratory
Contextual
W34
17 Sept

21 Sept
Ulangkaji/Latihtubi Soalan SBP Akhir Tahun 2011
24
W35
24 Sept

28 Sept
Ulangkaji/Latihtubi Soalan SBP Akhir Tahun 2010
W36
01 Oct

05 Oct
Ulangkaji/Latihtubi Soalan SBP Akhir Tahun 2009
W37,
W38,
W39
08 Oct

26 Oct
Peperiksaan Akhir Tahun 2012
W40,
W41
29 Oct

09 Nov
Jadual Anjal (Jawab Untuk Jaya)
10 Nov

2 Jan
2013
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