# Work schedule Grade 11 Math Lit 2011

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GAUTENG PROVINCE 2011
MATHEMATICAL LITERACY – WORK SCHEDULE – GRADE 11
DATE          TOPIC                            CONTENT/CONTEXT                                    LO/AS     ASSESSMENT   DATE
COMPLED
TERM 1
12/1 - 14/1   Cost and selling price, profit   E.g.                                               11.1.2
margins                          Calculate the effect of increased prices of
imported vehicle parts on the profit margin of a
motor car manufacturer or small vehicle
service workshop
17/1 - 21/1   Cost and selling price, profit   E.g.                                               11.1.2
margins                                     Do calculations to compare different
currencies;
           Check a claim that costs of phone
calls have risen by 8% by doing relevant
calculations;
           Checks the effect of rounding on
effective repayments on a loan or account
(one of the payments will have to be
adjusted to reach the total amount to be
repaid.)
24/1 - 28/1   Measurement in 2D and 3D         Solve problems in 2-dimensional and 3-             11.3.1
(polygons, right prisms,         dimensinal contexts
cylinders)                       By:
     Estimating, measuring and calculating
values which involve
     Lengths and distances
     Perimeter and area of polygons
     Volumes and surface areas of right
prisms and cylinders
     Theorem of Pythagoras: solving 2D and
3D problems
Make adjustments to calculated values to
accommodate measurement errors and
inaccuracies due to rounding
E.g.
Tiling floors
31/1 - 04/2   Ratio, proportion and rate         Checking statements and results by dong         11.1.1/
relevant results and calculations               11.2.2
 Linear, quadratic, inverse proportion and
compound growth relationships
07/2 - 11/2   Grids, location and position     Use grids and compass directions in order to       11.3.4
 Determine locations
 Describe relative positions
E.g.
Local maps;
Seat location in cinemas and stadiums;
Room numbers in multi-levelled buildings.
14/2 - 18/2   Interpretation of scale          Use and interpret scale drawings and views         11.3.3
drawing                          E.g.
Study a plan of the school building and identify
locations or calculate available real area for
extensions
21/2 - 25/2   Selection of samples and         Methods of collecting data: interviews,            11.4.1/
bias                             surveys, questionnaires and use of data bases      11.4.2
Representative samples
Comparing data from different sources and
samples
E.g.
HIV infection rate
Collecting, summarising, representing data
Conduct a survey in own school about home
language and comparing that with related data
from other sources
Identify possible sources of bias in gathering
the data
Investigate the increase in absenteeism at
school (e.g. investigate the
correlation between living conditions –
squatter camps, houses – and

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absenteeism)
Investigate the correlation between distance
from school and absenteeism
28/2 - 04/3   Data representation and         Methods for summarising and displaying data:     11.4.2
interpretation                    tallies, tables, pie-charts, histograms, bar
graphs (simple and compound), line and
broken line graphs, ogives and cumulative
frequencies
Measures of central tendencies and spread
Mean
Median
Mode
range
07/3 - 11/3   Linear functions,                   Basic calculation                           11.2.1
simultaneous equations              Terminology
     Linear functions
     Linear equations
14/3 - 18/3   Graphical representation of    E.g.                                              11.2.2/       Investigation
linear functions               Do spot calculations of the rate of change of     11.2.3
population growth in different countries by
taking readings from supplied graphs to check
figures quoted and to verify estimations of
future growth
22/3 - 25/3   Test                                                                                           Test
TERM 2
11/4 - 15/4   Quadratic functions,                                                             11.2.1
simultaneous equations
18/4 - 21/4   Graphical representation of      Various graphs                                 11.2.2/
quadratic functions              Interpreting input and output values           11.2.3
28/4 - 06/5   Data representation (two       E.g                                               11.4.3/
types of data)                 Interpret the meaning of points on a broken-      11.4.4
line graph of house prices in 2002 – does it
make sense to assign a monetary value to a
point halfway between January and February?
09/5 - 13/5   Summarising and display of     Appropriately choose and interpret the use of     11.4.3
data                           methods to summarise and display data in
statistical charts and graphs inclusive of
 Tallies
 Tables
 Pie charts
 Single and compound bar
graphs
 Line and broken-line graphs
16/5 - 20/5   Analyzing and interpretation   E.g. Compare data from two providers of           11.4.4
of data                        tracing devices and draw conclusions about
success rates
23/5 - 27/5   Conversion of units of          Convert km to m, mm3 to litres, miles to km,    11.3.2        Assignment
measurement                       kg to lb.                                                1
 Work with international times                             1
.
1
.
1
30/5 - 3/6    Revision
06/6 - 10/6   JUNE EXAMS
13/6 - 24/6   JUNE EXAMS
TERM 3
18/7 - 22/7   Calculations, estimation,          Estimating efficiently,
error margins and                E.g. Estimates the length of a side if the
percentage                       volume of a cube is 10 cubic units;
    Working with formulae by hand and with
a calculator

b b 2  4ac
x
2a
      Showing an awareness of the
significance of digits

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     Interpreting fractional parts of answers in
terms of the context
     Reworking a problem if the first answer is
not sensible, or if the initial conditions
change
in relation to the problem and
communicating processes and results
25/7 - 29/7     Probability                     Probability concepts: Probability scale, sample     11.4.5
an event, relative frequency
01/8 - 5/8      Tree diagrams, relative         E.g.                                                11.4.5/
frequency, contingency          Likelihood                                          11.4.6
tables
10/8 - 12/8     Rate of change (distance,                                                           11.2.2
speed, time, direction,
bearing-compass direction)
15/8 - 19/8     Graphs (Rate of change)         Use rate of change to offset impressions            11.2.2/
created by magnification of scales on the axes      11.2.3
22/8 - 26/8     Graphs (Income and              Compare costs of cell phone packages for            11.2.3
Expenditure)                    different call intervals by drawing graphs of
cost against time
Interpret and critique quotations for two similar
packages given by cell phone providers or
car hire companies;
Compare costs of cell phone packages for
different call intervals by drawing graphs of
cost against time
29/8 - 02/9     Simultaneous linear             E.g.                                                11.2.1
functions (profits/discounts)             Calculate the effect of increased
prices of imported vehicle parts on the profit
margin of a motor car manufacturer or small
vehicle service workshop
          Investigate the effect of a sales
discount on the profit margin
05/9 - 09/9     Surface areas and volumes                                                           11.3.1    Investigation
of right prisms and cylinders
12/9 - 16/9     Mixed exercises (measures                                                           11.4.3
of tendency)
19/9 - 23/9     Mixed exercises                 Do spot calculations of the rate of change of       11.4.4/
(representation of data)        population growth in different countries by         11.2.1
and expenditure)                figures quoted and to verify estimations of
future growth
26/9 - 30/9     Test                                                                                          Test
TERM 4
10/10 - 14/10   Mixed exercises                                                                     11.2.1
(Percentages of profit and
loss )
17/10 - 21/10   Mixed exercises (Taxes)                                                             11.2.1
24/10 - 28/10   Mixed exercises (exchange
rate)                                                                               11.2.1    Project
31/10 - 04/11   Revision                                                                            Paper 1
7/11 - 11/11    Revision                                                                            Paper 2
14/11 - 18/11   Revision                                                                            Paper 1
&
Paper 2
21/11 -25/11    FINAL EXAMINATIONS
28/11 - 2/12    FINAL EXAMINATIONS
5/12 - 09/12    FINAL EXAMINATIONS

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