Introduce the concept of Cumulative Frequencyand how to construct a Cumulative Frequency Polygon/Curve (Book 2A, chapter 7)

Classwork of the week:(NT)Ex. 7B #3,4,6,7 & 8due on Sep 3/4 (Wed/Thu)

Introduce the concept of Percentilesand how to compare the distributions of data by using Percentiles (i.e. Median / Upper Quartile / Lower Quartile) (NT section 7.3)

Classwork of the week:(NT)Ex. 7C# 3,5,6,7due on Sep 5 (Fri)

Classwork of the week:(NT) Revision Ex.# 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16 & 17due on Sep 8(Mon)

Remark:

Scientific calculator is allowed to use during the lesson for this topic

Mr So will NOT be school on Nov 3- Teachers' conference

Week 12(Nov 10 - 14)

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(Monday) Revision of Inequalities / Preparation for coming assessment

(Tuesday)

Assessment Days (Nov 11)

Assessment 3 - Inequalities in one unknown

Criteria B will be assessed

Time allowed: 2 periods

For the details of the assessment, please go to the Assessment Wikiof Maths department

Introduce the Pythagoras' Theorem(Book 2A, chapter 6)

Review the relation between square and square roots(section 6.1) of a number

demonstrate how to find the square roots by calculator

Introduce the concept of Pythagoras' theorem (section 6.3) by drawing three squares to illustrate the relation between the hypotenuse and adjacent sides of a right-angled triangle

try the Class Activity 6.1

Week 13(Nov 17 - 21)

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To find the values of different sides of a right-angled triangle by applying the Pythagoras' Theorem

To explain the Converse of Pythagoras' Theorem (section 6.4)

Classwork of the week:

Ex.6B # 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15 & 16

Ex.6C # 3 - 6

due on Nov 19 (Wednesday)

To demonstrate how to apply the Pythagoras' Theorem on solving some real-life problems (section 6.5)

Classwork of the week:

Ex.6D # 2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 & 14

due on Nov 21 (Friday)

Week 14 (Nov 24 - 28)

No school for this week- CAS Trips Week

Week 15 (Dec 1 - 5)

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To demonstrate the multiplication & division of Surd (Number with square roots) (section 6.5-6.6)

By demonstrating examples and questions of the assignments, give a more detailed illustration of the key techniques to solve the problems involving Four operations of Algebraic Fractions (page 9.4)

Introduce the basic concept of Substitution (page 9.10)and find the unknowns by using formulae

Introduce the concept of Subject of a formula and the techniques of Changing the subject of a formula (page 9.15)

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frequency tableand the related terms(i.e. Class/Class Mark/Class width/Class boundaries/Class limits)(NT section 7.1)Classwork:(NT)Ex. 7A #2,3,5,6,8due on Sep 2 (Tue)Scientific calculatoris allowed to use during the lesson for this topicSlidesto be used for this chapter:Week 2(Sep 1 - 5)## Hope / Peace

Cumulative Frequencyand how to construct a Cumulative Frequency Polygon/Curve(Book 2A, chapter 7)Classwork of the week:(NT)Ex. 7B #3,4,6,7 & 8due on Sep 3/4 (Wed/Thu)Percentilesand how to compare the distributions of data by using Percentiles (i.e. Median / Upper Quartile / Lower Quartile)(NT section 7.3)Classwork of the week:(NT)Ex. 7C# 3,5,6,7due on Sep 5 (Fri)Classwork of the week:(NT) Revision Ex.# 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16 & 17due on Sep 8(Mon)Scientific calculatoris allowed to use during the lesson for this topicSlidesto be used for this chapter:Week 3(Sep 8 - 12)Hope / PeaceOutlinerandDistributionof data (i.e. symmetrical / positively skewed / negatively skewed)MEAN,MODE,MEDIAN, of understanding the central tendency of a set of dataSTEM & LEAF plotsDiscrete & Continuousdata.Complete the following tasks by using the data in the filedata for practice assessement 1.xls

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mean,medianandmodeof the scores of EACH classONEstem-and-leaf diagramto represent the scores forclasses,TWOX2 and X3and then find thefrom the diagram for EACH classmean and medianTWO cumulative frequency tablesfor classesX1 and X4and then find thefrom the tables for EACH classesmean, median and modeQ1 and Q2.Q1 and Q3.Holiday Task:Sample test- Day after Mid-autumn festivalWeek 4(Sep 15 - 19)Hope / Peace## (Sep 15 - 22) Assessment Days

Data HandlingC & Dwill be assessed3 periodsNo class on Tue & Wed(16/9 & 17/9)-Professional Development DayAssessment Wikiof Maths department## Week 5 (Sep 22 - 26)

HopePeaceHope/PeaceSimultaneous Equations (Book 2A, chapter 4)two approaches (Elimination & Substitution)to solve the simultaneous equationClasswork of the week:Ex. 4B #1,4, 5, 7, 8 & 9Ex. 4C #1(a,c), 3(a), 4(b), 5(b), 6(b), 7(a), 8(c), 9 & 10due on Sep 30 (Tue)No class on Tue(23/9)-House Music/ PeaceScientific calculatoris allowed to use during the lesson for this topicSlidesto be used for this chapter:## Week 6 (Sep 29 - Oct 3)

Hope/Peacecompare two approaches(Elimination & Substitution) to solve the simultaneous equationsThe advantages/disadvantagesof using one of the approaches in solving different simultaneous equations.""How/When/Why does(do) the solution(s) make sense in the real life?Word problems)Procedures to deal with the word problems involving two simultaneous equations:Figure out how many variables you need to solve the problem and what each variable stands for.Name the variables and make the assumptions for each variable.Set up two simultaneous equations regarding to the problem.Solve the simultaneous equations.Summarize the results.Classwork of the week:Ex. 4D #1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11-13, 16, & 19-21due on Oct 7 (Tue)No class on Wed(1/10)-National Day of PRCNo class on Thu(2/10)-Chung Yeung Festival/## Week 7 (Oct 6 - 10)

Hope/Peacepractice assessment, illustrate the question types and level of difficulties of different types in the assessment.Classwork of the week:Revision Ex.4 # 2c, 2f, 3d, 3f, 5, 6, 8d, 8f & 9 - 14due on Oct 10 (Fri)eek 7 (Oct 6 - 10)## Week 8 (Oct 13 - 17)Week 8 (Oct 13 - 17)

Hope/PeaceInequalities (Book 2A, chapter 8)three different approaches, Transitive, Additive, Multiplicative,of inequalitiesClasswork of the week:Ex. 8A #1-3, 4(a,c,d,e), 5(b,c,d), 7, 10-14Ex. 8B #1(a), 2(c), 3(b), 4(c), 5(b), 6(c), 7(a), 8(c), 10(b), 12(c) & 13-16due on Oct 15 (Wed)Thursday(16/10)-Swimming GalaFriday(17/10)- PTS dayScientific calculatoris allowed to use during the lesson for this topicSlidesto be used for this chapter:## Week 9 (Oct 20- 24)

for this week- term breakHoliday tasks:Mathletics## Week 10 (Oct 27- 31)

Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Ex.8C # 1, 5, 6, 11 & 13Revision Ex 8 #2-5, 8-11 & 14due on Nov 3 (Mon)For more able students, if finished the classwork of this week, please try the following supplementary exercise:from Oct 30 to Oct 31- Teachers' conference## Week 11(Nov 3 - 7)

Hope/Peacepractice assessmenton Nov 3- Teachers' conference## Week 12(Nov 10 - 14)

Hope/PeaceMonday)Revision of Inequalities / Preparation for coming assessmentTuesday)(Nov 11)Inequalities in one unknownBwill be assessed2 periodsAssessment Wikiof Maths departmentPythagoras' Theorem (Book 2A, chapter 6)square and square roots(section 6.1)of a numberconcept of Pythagoras' theorem(section 6.3) byto illustrate the relation between thedrawing three squareshypotenuse and adjacent sides of a right-angled triangleClass Activity 6.1## Week 13(Nov 17 - 21)

Hope/Peacevalues of different sides of a right-angled triangleby applying the Pythagoras' TheoremConverseof Pythagoras' Theorem (section 6.4)Classwork of the week:Ex.6B # 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15 & 16Ex.6C # 3 - 6due on Nov 19 (Wednesday)real-life problems(section 6.5)Classwork of the week:Ex.6D # 2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 & 14due on Nov 21 (Friday)## Week 14 (Nov 24 - 28)

## No school

for this week- CAS Trips Week## Week 15 (Dec 1 - 5)

Hope/PeaceSurd (Number with square roots)(section 6.5-6.6)chapter 6Classwork of the week:Ex.6E # 1(b,d,f), 2(c,d,e,f), 3(b,c,f), 4(b,d,f) & 5(c,d,e)Ex.6F # 4 - 7Revision Ex 6 # 7, 8, 11, 12, 18-20 & 25due on Dec 5 (Friday)more able students, try the supplementary exercise...THEY'RE CHALLENGINGIB practicesto strengthen their skills to handle the questions involving Pythagoras in criteria B & D:## Week 16 (Dec 8 - 12)

Hope/PeaceRevision Week #1: To reviseall topicswhich involve insummative assessmentSimultaneous equationsClasswork of the week:Revision Exercise 4: All questionshaven't been tried.due on Dec 12 (Friday)## Week 17 (Dec 15- 19)

Hope/PeaceRevision Week #2: To revise all topicswhich involve insummative assessmentData HandlingClasswork of the week:Revision Exercise 7: All questionshaven't been tried.CARE / JOY / TRUSTdue on Dec 19(Friday)## Week 18/19 (Dec 22 - Jan 2)

for these weeks- Xmas & New Year holidaysWeek 20(Jan 5- 9)Hope/PeaceRevision Week #3: To revise alltopicswhich involve insummative assessmentInequalitiesClasswork of the week:Revision Exercise 8: All questionshaven't been tried.due on Jan 9(Friday)Week 21(Jan 12 - Jan 16)Summative Assessment Week- Xmas & New Year holidaysDate of Maths Assessment: Tuesday, Jan 13, 2015Time:12:00 noon - 1:00pm (60 mins)Coverage: All topics in Term 2 (Simultaneous equations, Area & Volume & Inequalities, except Tessellation)

Week 22 (Jan 19 - 23)Hope/Peace(Book 2B, chapter 11)relationships between area and length of corresponding sidesof twosimilar trianglesthree different trigonometric ratios, Sine, Cosine and Tangent,of an angleClasswork of the week:Revision exercise 11: # 1-3due on Jan 20(Tue)(Book 2B, chapter 10, section 10.2-10.5)the relation between the lengths and areas of similar figurescircumference, radius and diameterhow to find circumference, radius and diameterandhow to calculatethelength of arcandarea of sectorsClasswork of the week:Ex.10A: #1c, 1f, 2c, 3c, 4b, 6 & 7Ex.10B: #1b, , 5, 7 & 8Ex.10C: #2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10 & 12Ex.10D: #3, 5, 11, 13, 14 & 19Ex.10E: #5, 11-13, 15 & 17due on Jan 28(Wed)Slidesto be used for these chapters:Week 23 (Jan 26 - 30)Hope/Peace(Book 2B, chapter 10, section 10.6)prism andacylinderhow to use the formulas for the volume and surface area of a prismhow to find circumference, radius and diameter.Classwork of the week:Ex.10F: #1c, 1d, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8c, 8d, 10, 13, 14, 15 & 16Ex.10G: #2a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 8 & 9due on Feb 5(Thu)Week 24 (Feb 2 - 6)Hope/Peacepractice assessment #1to strengthen their skills to handle the questions involvingArea & Volumein criteriaB & D:Week 25 (Feb 9 - 13)Hope/Peacepractice assessment #2to strengthen their skills to handle the questions involvingArea & Volumein criteriaB & D:## Week 26/27 (Feb 16 - 27)

for these weeks- Lunar New Year holidaysWeek 28 (Mar 2 - 6)Hope/Peacepractice assessmentto strengthen their skills to handle the questions involvingArea & Volumein criteriaB & D:Week 29(Mar 9 - 13)Assessment #5- Pythagoras, Trigonometry & Areas & VolumesDate of Maths Assessment: Mar 9 - 13 (5 periods)Time:Class periodCoverage: Pythagoras, Trigonometry, Area & Volume

CALCULATORWeek 30 (Mar 16 - 20)- Sports dayHope/Peace(Book 2A, chapter 3)identityClasswork of the week:Ex.3A: #1a, 1d, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 4c, 4d, 6 & 8Ex.3B: #1a, 2b, 3b, 4b, 5b, 6a, 7b, 8a, 9 & 10Due on Mar 24 (Tue)Week 31 (Mar 23 - 27)Hope/PeaceEx.3A & 3BClasswork of the week:Ex.3C: #1, 3b, 5a, 7a, 8a, 9, 10, 11, 12b, 14b, 16b, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22 & 23Ex.3D: #1a,b,c, 2c,d, 3b,d, 5b,c,d, 6a,b 7c, 8d, 9c,d, 10 & 12Due on Mar 27 (Fri)Week 32 (Mar 30 - Apr 3)- Easter HolidayHope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Ex.3F: #1a, 2b, 3c, 4b, 5c, 6, 7a, 8a, 9a & 10a,bEx.3G: #1c, 2b, 4a, 5c, 7a, 8b, 10a, 11b, 12a, & 13bDue on Apr 13 (Mon)Week 33 (Apr 6 - Apr 10)- Easter HolidayHope/PeaceSupplementary Exercises(only for those need more practices):Week 34 (Apr 13 - Apr 17)Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Due on Apr 17(Fri)Week 35 (Apr 20 - Apr 24)Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Due on Apr 24(Fri)Week 36 (Apr 27 - May 1)- PTS day-Day-in-lieu(Family Fun Day) & Labour dayHope/PeaceSupplementary Tasks:[Note: Level of difficulties of Q 15 & 16 are equivalent to the level ofUnfamiliar questionsof the assessment]Week 37 (May 4 - May 8)Assessment #6- Identities, Factorization & Algebraic FractionsDate of Maths Assessment: May 4Time:45 minutesCoverage: Chapter 3 & 9Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Due on May 11(Mon)Week 38 (May 11 - May 15)- Teachers Professional Development day (PD day)Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Due on May 14(Fri)Week 39 (May 18 - May 22)Hope/PeaceClasswork of the week:Due on May 22(Fri)Week 40 (May 25 - 29)-Buddha's Birthday HolidayDate of Assessment: May 29Time:9:00 - 10:00 (90 minutes)Coverage: ALL CHAPTERS in TERM 1 & 2Week 41 & 42(Jun 1 - 19)Hope/PeaceClasswork of these weeks:Due on Jun 12(Fri)Week 43 & 44(Jun 22 - 30)Hope/PeaceClasswork of these weeks:Due on Jun 30(Tue)