# YEARLY LESSON PLAN MATHEMATICS FORM TWO 2004

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SEKOLAH-SEKOLAH NEGERI JOHOR
YEARLY LESSON PLAN 2011

SEKOLAH :                                                                                                           TINGKATAN :     3
MATA PELAJARAN           : MATEMATICS

Week            Learning Area            Learning Objectives                          Learning Outcomes                  Remark
3 Jan – 7 Jan
(WEEK 1)                                                        DIAGNOSTIC       TEST

10 Jan-14 Jan   1 .Lines and           Students will be taught to :           Students will be able to :
(WEEK 2)         Angles (II)          Identify properties of angles           i. Associate transversal and parallel
associated with transversals              lines with –
and parallel lines..                           Corresponding angles
 Alternate angles
 Interior angles

   Identify properties of angles         ii. Associate properties of angles-
associate with parallel lines.                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
180º
   Find the value of an angle in         i.     find unknown angles.
associated with parallel lines.

  Identify parallel lines, based on      ii.     Determine if two given lines are
the properties of angles                       paralleled.
associated with transversals.
Solving problems involving angles
associated with transversal.

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17 Jan – 21 Jan   2. Polygons II   Students will be taught to :                Students will be able to :
(WEEK 3)                            Determine Regular Polygons.               i.     Determine regular polygons
having equal sides and all
interior angles are equal.

   Determine the axes of                   ii.     Determine all regular polygons
symmetry in a polygon.                          having number of axes of
symmetry.

   Sketching / Drawing Regular             iii.    Determine regular polygons
Polygons.                                       having equal number of sides.
   Constructing an equilateral
triangle. Square and a regular          i.      Construct a polygon.
hexagon.                                ii.     Determine whether polygons are
regular or irregular.

   Identify interior angles and            i.      determine the exterior angle and
exterior angles of a polygon                    interior angle of a polygon are
   Determine the size of an                        supplementary .
exterior angle given the interior       ii.     find the value of an exterior
angle.                                          angle when the interior angle is
   Determine the sum of the                        given.
interior angle of polygons.             iii.    Calculate the value of interior
angle of a polygon

24 Jan – 28 Jan                       Students will be taught to :             Students will be able to :
(WEEK 4)                               Determine the sum of the               i.     find the sum of the exterior
exterior angle of a polygon.                 angles of a polygon.

   Determine the size of the           i.      find the interior angle and
interior angle, exterior angle              exterior angle of a regular
and the number of sides of                  polygon when number of sides
a regular polygon.                          of polygon is given.
ii.     calculate the interior angle of a
regular polygon with n sides

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Interior angle = (n-2) X 180º
n

iii.    Find the exterior angle of a
regular polygon

Exterior angle =   360º
Number of sides

=       360º
n
= sum of interior angles
   Solve problems involving                       number of sides
angles and sides of a
polygon.                        iv. calculate the number of sides of a
regular polygon when the interior
angles are given.

n=           360º
exterior angle

n=           360º
180º - interior angle

31 Jan – 4 Feb
(WEEK 5)                         REPLACEMENT HOLIDAY, OCCASIONAL HOLIDAY , PUBLIC HOLIDAY (CHINESE NEW YEAR)

7 Feb – 11 Feb   3. Circles (II)            Students will be taught to identify :   Students will be able to determine :
(WEEK 6)                                  properties of circles involving          i.     the diameter of a circle as an
symmetry , chords and arcs                     axis of symmetry.
the properties of chords.
ii.    Solve problems involving
symmetry, chords and arc of
circles
   properties of angles in a circle       i.     angles subtended by an arc.
ii.    angles substended at the
circumference by the same arc.
iii.   angles subtended at the
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circumference of the centre by
arcs of the same length.
iv.      Relationship between angle at
the centre and angle at the
circumference which are
subtended by the same arc.
v.       The size of an angle subtended
at the circumference in a
semicircle.
vi.      Solving problems involving
subtended angles at the centre
and circumference.

14 Feb– 18 Feb   Students will be taught to determine :   Students will be able to identify :
(WEEK 7)          Cyclic Quadrilaterals

     The Interior opposite angles of

     The relationship between interior
opposite angles of a cyclic

     The exterior angle and its
corresponding interior opposite
angle of a cyclic quadrilateral

     The relationship between the
exterior angles and their
corresponding interior opposite
angles of a cyclic quad

     Solving problems involving circles

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21 Feb – 25     4. Statistics (ii)   Students will be taught :                     Students are able to:
Feb
(WEEK 8)                                     Pie Chart                                i.      Construct a pie chart
ii.     Obtain and interpret information
from Pie Charts.
iii.    Solving problems involving Pie
Charts.
iv.     Determine suitable
representation of data.

       Mode , Median and Mean                    i.    determine the mode for a set of
data
28 Feb – 4 Mac                                                                         ii.     determine the mode and its
(WEEK 9)                                                                                     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
Solving problems Involving Mode, Median
and Mean.
Students will be able to
7 Mac– 11 Mac    5. Indices           Students will be taught
i. express repeated multiplication as
(WEEK 10)                              Indices
a¹ and vice versa.
ii. express numbers in index notation

i.      verify a” X a’ = a “ ‘
       Simplification of numbers in Index        ii.     simplify multiplication of
Notation                                          Numbers Or Algebraic Terms In
Index Notation With the Same
Base.
3² X 3³ = (3 X 3 ) X(3 X 3 X 3 )=
3’
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iii.   simplify Multiplication Of
Numbers Or Algebraic Terms
Expressed In Index Notation
       Division Of Numbers In Indices           With Different Bases.
Form                              i.     simplify the division of Numbers
Or Algebraic Terms Expressed
In Index Notation With The
    Index Expressions Raised To A           same Base.
Power                            i.     Derive a"'  a" ' .
ii.    Simplify numbers or algebraic
terms expressed in index
notation raised to a power.
iii.   Simplify multiplication and
division of numbers and
algebraic terms expressed in
index notation raised to a power
iv.    Perform combined operations
involving numbers and algebraic
terms

12 Mac –20                             SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Mac
1
21 Mac– 25           Negative Integer Indices         i.     verifying a” =
a"
Mac
1
(WEEK 11)                                              ii.    stating a” as     and vice versa
a"
iii.   Compute combined operation on
numbers and Algebraic Terms
With Negative indices.

    Fractional Indices               i.     verifying a” = “ a
stating a” as “ a and vice versa
ii.     finding the value of a “
iii.    stating a “
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iv.    Performing combined operations
on numbers and algebraic terms
involving fractional indices.

   Calculation that involves Law Of      i.     calculations that involves
Indices.                                     combined operations for several
numbers in index notation.
ii.    Calculation that involves
combined operations for index
expressions with positive,
negative and fractional indices.

28 Mac – 1 Apr   6. Algebraic expression Students will be taught                 Students will be able to:
(WEEK 12)         (iii)                    Expanding Brackets                    i.     Expanding single brackets
ii.    Expanding two brackets

   Factorization                         i.     find factors of an algebraic term
ii.    Find the common factors and
Highest Common Factors (HCF)
for several Algebraic terms.
iii.   Factorization Of Algebraic
Expression
iv.    Factorizing and simplifying
Algebraic Factors

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6 Apr – 8 Apr                                 Addition and Subtraction Of          i.      Adding or Subtracting Two
(WEEK 13)                                     Algebraic Fractions.                         Algebraic Fractions With similar
denominators.
ii.     Adding or Subtracting Two
Algebraic Fractions With
different Denominators.
   Multiplication and Division Of       i.      Multiplying Algebraic Fractions
Algebraic Fractions                  ii.     Dividing of Algebraic Fractions
iii.    Multiplications and division of
Algebraic Fractions Using
Factorization involving Common
Factors and Difference of
Squares

11 Apr – 15 Apr   7. Algebraic formula   Students will be taught to recognize :   Students will be able to:
(WEEK 14)                                  Variables And Constants                i.     Determine if a Quantity is a
Variable or Constant.
ii.    Determining And Representing
A Variable
iii.   Determining the possible values
of a variable.
   Formula                              i.     Writing a formula based on
statements and situations
ii.    Identifying The Subject Of A
Given Formula
iii.   Express a specified variable as
the subject of a formula.
iv.    Finding the value of a variable
v.     Solving problems involving
formulae.

18 AprI – 22     8. Solid               Students will be taught to find:         Students will be able to :
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Apr      geometry (iii)      the volume of right circular   i.            derive the formula for volume of
(WEEK 15)                        cylinders and right prisms                   right circular cylinders and
prisms.
ii.           Calculate the volume of a right
cylinder
iii.          Calculating the height of a right
cylinder

iv.           Calculate the radius of the base
of a right cylinder.
v.            Calculate the volume of a right
prism.
vi.           Calculate the height of a right
prism
vii.          Calculate the base area of a
right prism
viii.         Changing units for volume
ix.           Solving problems involving
volume of right cylinders and
right prisms.

   the volume of right pyramids         i.       derive the formula for the
and right circular cones                      volume of pyramids and
cones.
ii.      Calculating the volume of a
right pyramid
iii.     calculate the height of a right
pyramid
iv.      calculating the area of the
base of a right pyramid
v.       calculating the volume of a
right cone
vi.      calculating the height of a right
cone
vii.     calculating the radius of the
base of a right cone
viii.    solving problems that involve
volumes of a right pyramids
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and right cones.

25 Apr –29 Apr                               Students will be taught to perform:       Students will be able to :
(WEEK 16)
   The volume of a sphere                i.      Calculating the volume of a
sphere
ii.     Calculating the radius of a
   Composite solids                              sphere.
iii.    Solving problems that involve of
sphere.
i.      calculating the volume of
composite solids.
Solving problems involving volume of
composite solids.

2 Mei – 6 Mei
( WEEK 17)                                                       MID-YEAR        EXAMINATION
9 Mei – 13 Mei
( WEEK 18)

16 Mei – 20 Mei   9. Scalle drawings         Students will be taught to recognize :    Students will be able to :
(WEEK 19)                                      Scale drawings                          i.     Sketching shapes
ii.    Drawing geometric shapes
according to scale 1 : n
iii.   Drawing composite shapes
according to scales.
iv.    Drawing composite shapes
according to given scales on
grids of different sizes.
v.     Redrawing shapes on grids of
different sizes
Solving problems involving
scales drawings

23 Mei – 27 Mei   10. Transformations (ii)   Students will be taught to :              Students will be able to :
(WEEK 20)                                      Similarity of shapes                    i.     Writing similarity of shapes
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ii.    Calculating the length of
unknown sides of two similar
shapes.

   Enlargement                         i.     identifying an enlargement
ii.    finding the scale factor
iii.   determining the centre of
enlargement
iv.     determining the properties of
enlargement
v.      calculating the scale factor and
length of the sides of an image
or object.
vi.     Determining the relationship
between the area of the image
and its object
vii.    Calculating the area of an image
or object and scale factor
Solving problems involving enlargement

28 Mei – 12 Jun                                             SCHOOL      HOLIDAY

13 Jun – 17 Jun   11. Linear           Students will be taught to:            Students will able to :
(WEEK 21)           equations (ii)                                             i.     Identifying linear equations in
   Linear equations in two                   two variables
variables                          ii.    Deriving a linear equation in two
variables
iii.   Determining the value of a
variable
iv.    Determining a possible solutions
for a linear equation in two
variables

   Simultaneous linear equations       i.     identifying simultaneous linear
in two variables.                          equations
ii.    solving simultaneous linear
equations in two variables
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iii.    solving problems involving
simultaneous linear equations in
two variables.

20 Jun – 24 Jun   12. Linear         Students will be taught to :               Students will be able to :
(WEEK 22)           inequalities              write inequalities                i.     relationship of the “greater than”
and “less than”
ii.    expressing the relationship
between two number
iii.   the relationship of “Greater than
or equal to” and “Less than or
equal to”

   Linear inequalities in         i.      identifying linear inequalities
one unknown                    ii.     determining possible solutions
for an unknown
iii.    representing a linear equation
on a number line and vice versa
iv.     forming a linear inequality

   Performing operations +        i.      addition and subtraction on a
, - , X and ÷ on a linear              linear inequality
inequality                     ii.     multiplication and division on a
linear inequality
iii.    forming linear inequalities

   Simultaneous linear            i.      representing the common values
inequalities in one                    of two linear inequalities on a
variable.                              number line.
ii.     Determining the equivalent
inequalities for two linear
inequalities
iii.    Solving two simultaneous linear
inequalities

27 Jun –30 Jun    13. Graphs of      Students will be taught to derive :        Students will be able to :
(WEEK 23)           functions          Functions                                i.     relationship between two
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variables
ii.    dependent variable and
independent variable
iii.   calculating the value of a
dependent variable

   Graphs of Functions      i.     constructing a table of values
ii.    drawing a graph of functions
iii.   determining the values of
variables from a graph
iv.    solving problems involving
graphs of functions

4 Jul –8 Julai    14. Ratios, rates      Students will be taught to   Students will be able to :
(WEEK 24)             and proportions       rate                       i.     determining rate and the two
(ii)                                                          qualities involved
ii.    calculating rates
iii.   calculating certain qualities
iv.    changing units for rates
v.     solving problems involving rates

   speed                    i.     two qualities for speed
ii.    calculating and interpreting
speed
iii.   calculating the distance and the
time for speed
iv.    changing the units of speed
v.     differentiating between uniform
speed and non- uniform speed

11 Jul –15 Julai                                average speed            i.     calculating the average speed
(WEEK 25)                                                               ii.    calculating the distance and the
time for average speed
iii.   solving problems involving
speed and average speed.

   acceleration             i.     two qualities for acceleration
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ii.     calculating and interpreting
acceleration

18 Jul –22 Julai   15. Trigonometry    Students will be taught to                Students will be able to :
(WEEK 26)                                tangent of an acute angle in a          i.     identifying the hypotenuse,
right-angled triangle                         opposite side and adjacent side
ii.    determining the tangent of an
angle
iii.   calculating the tangent of an
angle
   sine of an acute angle in a right-    iv.    calculating the length of sides of
angled triangle                              a triangle
i.     determining the sine of an angle
ii.    calculating the side of an angle
   cosine of an acute angle in a         iii.   calculating the length of sides of
right- angled triangle                       a triangle

i.      determining cosine of an angle
ii.     calculating the cosine of an
angle
iii.    calculating the length of sides of
a triangle

25 Jul– 19
Ogos               REVISION WEEK
(WEEK 27 &
30)
22 Ogos- 26
Ogos               PMR TRIAL ( STATE   LEVEL )
(WEEK 31)

27 Ogos -4         SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Sept

5 Sept -30 Sept
(WEEK 32 –         REVISION WEEK
35)
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3 OKT – 7 OKT
( WEEK 36)     PEPERIKSAAN PENILAIAN MENENGAH RENDAH 2011

10 Okt -18 Nov
(WEEK 37 –       ACTIVITIES AFTER PMR
41)

DISEDIAKAN OLEH;                                    DISAHKAN OLEH,

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(PN. JURIAH BT. MD.TALIB )                          (EN.ZULKIFFLI BIN ISMAIL)
Ketua Panitia Matematik Menengah Rendah,                             Pengetua,
SMK. Dato’ Sri Amar DiRaja, Muar, Johor.            SMK. Dato’ Sri Amar DiRaja, Muar, Johor.

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