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The textbook:
Mathematics for the International Student 7: MYP
2
by HAESE MATHEMATICS
(H.H)
New Trend Mathematics S1A & S1B (2nd edition)
by CHUNG TAI EDUCATIONAL PRESS
(N.T.)
Week 1
(Aug 24  28)
Joy/ Peace
Explain the assessment schedule and the assessment criteria A, B C and D
Discuss the inquiry approach in IB teaching and learning
Introduce teacher's WIKI
Reminder: Textbook / Homework policy / Mathletics
Introduce
the
Positive & Negative Numbers
(NT section 1.1)
Remark:
Scientific calculator
is
NOT
allowed to use during the lesson for this topic
Slides
to be used for this chapter:
directed number.pptx
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Week 2
(Aug 31  Sep 4)
Joy/ Peace
Introduce
the
Directed Numbers & Number Lines
(NT section 1.2)
Addition & Subtraction of Directed Numbers
(NT section 1.31.4)
Classwork
:
(NT)
Ex.
1A #110
due on Sep 2 (Wed)
(NT)
Ex.
1B #610, 1C #1, 4, 814
due on Sep 7 (Mon)
Remark:
Sep 3(Thu) is HOLIDAY
Scientific calculator
is
NOT
allowed to use during the lesson for this topic
Slides
to be used for this chapter:
directed number.pptx
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Week 3
(Sep 7  Sep 11)
Joy/ Peace
(Before Sep 10)
Continue chapter 1 and i
ntroduce
the
Directed Numbers & Number Lines
(NT section 1.2)
Addition & Subtraction of Directed Numbers
(NT section 1.5)
Classwork
:
(NT)
Skill Upgrading Corner 1.5
#12
due on same lesson
(NT)
Ex.
1E #1,2,5,6,9,10 & 11
due on (7Joy): Tue, Sep 8 (7 Peace): Thu, Sep 10
For more able students, please try
Revision Exercise 1(page 1.40)
#2(cf),3, 4, 5, 6, 7(bd), 8, 10 & 12
No due date
Remark:
Scientific calculator
is
NOT
allowed to use during the lesson for this topic
Slides
to be used for this chapter:
directed number_2.pptx
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(After Sep 10)
Start chapter 9 and i
ntroduce
the
Ordered pairs
(NT section 9.1)
Rectangular Coordinate System
(NT section 9.2)
Coordinates
Quadrants
Parallel lines
Horizontal distance
Classwork
:
(NT)
(page 9.9)
Skill Upgrading Corner
9.1
due on same lesson
(NT)
(page
Ex.
9A #1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12 & 14
Due date:
(7Joy) Tue, Sep 15 (7 Peace) Wed, Sep 16
Week 4
(Sep 14  Sep 18)
Joy/ Peace
(During Sep 1417)
Continue chapter 9 and demonstrate
how to find
the distance between two points
(NT section 9.3, page 9.12)
Classwork
:
(NT)
Skill Upgrading Corner 9.2
due on same lesson
(NT)
Ex.
9B #2a, 2b, 2c, 3c, 3e, 3f, 5, 6, 7 & 10
due on Fri, Sep 18
Remark:
Scientific calculator
is
NOT
allowed to use during the lesson for this topic
(On Sep 18)
Map checking for assessment
check
the notification of assessment (students should receive on Sep 14)
Amend the map if necessary after the self and peer checking
Revise all materials by visiting
Y7 Maths assessment wiki
Week 5
(Sep 21  Sep 25)
Prepare for assessment (
Joy  Sep 21
/
Peace  Sep 22
)
Revise all materials by visiting
Y7 Maths assessment wiki
Complete the "
Map exercise
" task.
Remark:
Scientific calculator
is
NOT
allowed to use during the lesson for this topic
Assessment date (
Joy  Sep 22
/
Peace  Sep 24
)
Time allowed:
45 mins
Criteria to be assessed:
A & C
Stationary to be bought with:
Pencil, eraser & ruler
No calculator is allowed.
Start chapter 2 and i
ntroduce
(
Joy  Sep 23
/
Peace  Sep 25
)
Using algebraic expressions to represent statements
(NT section 2.1)
Simplification by using addition,
subtraction
, multiplication, division & index notation
(NT section 2.1)
Week 6
(Sep 28  Oct 2)
Continue
Using algebraic expressions to represent statements
(NT section 2.1)
Simplification by using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division & index notation
(NT section 2.1)
Classwork
:
(NT)
(page 2.9)
Skill Upgrading Corner
2.1
due on same lesson
(NT)
(page 2.10)
Ex.
2A #17
Due date:
(Joy) Mon, Oct 5 (Peace) Tue, Oct 6
Remark:
No school on Sep 28(Mon) & Oct 1(Thu)  Midautumn Festival holiday & National day
No class at period 4 & 5 on Sep 29(Wed)  HOUSE MUSIC
Scientific calculator
is allowed to use during the lesson for this topic.
Week 7
(Oct 5  Oct 9)
Introduce
the difference between "Formula" & "Algebraic Expression"
(NT section 2.2)
Formulae & Substitution
(NT section 2.2)
Sequence
(NT section 2.3)
n
th Term of a Sequence
(NT section 2.4)
Revise
:
chapter 2(section 2.1  2.4)
Classwork
:
(NT)
(page 2.15 & 2.26)
Skill Upgrading Corner
2.2 & 2.3
due on same lesson
(NT)
** (page 2.16)
Ex.
2B #2, 4, 6, 8, 9 & 11
(page 2.26)
Ex.
2C #2  8
Due date:
(Joy) Mon, Oct 12 (Peace) Tue, Oct 13
(NT)
(page 2.30)
Skill Upgrading Corner
2.4
due on same lesson
(NT)
(page 2.30)
Ex.
2D #1  6
(page 2.34)
Revision Exercise 2 #1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18 & 26
Due date:
(Joy) Mon, Oct 26 (Peace) Tue, Oct 27
Week 8
(Oct 12  16)
Introduce
chapter 4 (Linear equations in one known)
the definition of "Linear Equation in one known"
(NT section 4.1)
the meaning of "solution"
(NT section 4.1)
how to set up simple linear equations in one unknown
(NT section 4.1)
how to solve the linear equations in one unknown
(NT section 4.1)
Classwork
(NT)
(page 4.7)
Skill Upgrading Corner
4.1
due on same lesson
(NT)
(page 4.8)
Ex.
4A #1  6 ((a) & (d) ONLY) & 7  11 ((b) ONLY
Due date:
(Joy) Mon, Oct 26 (Peace) Tue, Oct 27
Remark
:
No lesson on Oct 16(Fri)  PTS day
Week 9
(Oct 19  23)
No school  Term break
Week 10
(Oct 26  30)
Introduce
techniques for solving equations
(NT section 4.2)
procedures of solving word problems by using linear equations in one known
(NT section 4.3)
Revise
chapter 4(section 4.1  4.3)
Prepare for assessment
Revise all materials by visiting
Y7 Maths assessment wiki
Classwork
(NT)
(page 4.12)
Skill Upgrading Corner
4.2 ((a) ONLY)
due on same lesson
(NT)
(page 4.12)
Ex.
4B #1  14 ((b) ONLY)
Due date:
(Joy / Peace) Mon, Nov 2
Week 11
(Nov 2  6)
Assessment date
Time allowed:
5 lessons
(whole week, starting from Nov 2)
Criteria to be assessed:
B & D
Stationary to be bought with:
A2 cardboard/paper, pencil, color drawing instruments, eraser & ruler
No stationary should be borrowed from or lend to other students.
Rough work sheet will be provided.
Calculator is allowed.
Week 12
(Nov 9  13)
Review
HAESE & HARRIS Chapter 2
Points, lines, parallel lines & intersecting lines
(HH chapter 2A)
Classifying angles
(HH chapter 2B)
Introduce
Angle properties 
Angles at a point, Angles on a line, Angles in a right angle, Complementary & supplementary angles
(HH chapter 2C)
Classwork
(HH)
(
OLD VERSION
)Ex.
2C (all questions)
(
NEW VERSION
)
Ex.
2A, 2C, 2D, 2E (all questions), Review Set A(#14, 69)
Due date:
Mon, Nov 20
Week 13
(Nov 16  20)
Introduce
Angle pairs 
Corresponding angles, Vertical Opposite angles, Alternate angles, Cointerior angles
(HH chapter 2D)
(ONLY FOR NEW VERSION)
Parallel lines 
Corresponding angles, Alternate angles, Cointerior angles
(HH chapter 2E)
Classwork
(HH)
(
OLD VERSION
) Ex.
2E all questions
(
NEW VERSION
)
Ex.
2D, 2E (all questions), Review Set B(#24, 9, 10)
Due date:
Mon, Nov 23
Week 14
(Nov 23 27)
Introduce
HAESE & HARRIS
(
OLD VERSION
)
Chapter 14
(
NEW VERSION
)
Chapter 10
Classifying Triangles 
Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Acuteangled, Rightangled & Obtuse angled
(HH chapter
14A
/
10B
)
Angles of a Triangle 
Sum of Interior angles, Exterior angles of a triangle
(HH chapter
14B
/
10C
)
Isosceles Triangle
(HH chapter
14C
/
10D
)
Classwork
(
OLD VERSION
)
(HH)
(page 275, 277 & 280)
Ex.
14A, 14B, 14C (all questions)
(
NEW VERSION
)
(HH)
(page 208, 211)
Ex.
10B, 10C, 10D (all questions)
Due date:
Mon, Nov 30
Week 15
(Nov 30  Dec 4)
Introduce
features of each type of Quadrilateral 
Parallelogram
, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezium, kite
(HH chapter
14E
/
10E
)
Angles of a quadrilateral
Sum of Interior angles
(HH chapter
14F
/
10F
)
Interior angles of Polygon
(HH chapter
14G
/
10G
)
Classwork
(
OLD VERSION
)
(HH)
(page 282, 285 & 277)
Ex.
14D, 14E, 14F, 14G, Review Set 14A & 14B (all questions)
(
NEW VERSION
)
(HH)
(page 208, 211)
Ex.
10E, 10F, Review Set 10A & 10B (all questions)
Due date:
Mon, Jan 4
Week 16
(Dec 7  11)
No school  CAS Trip
Week 17
(Dec 14  18)
No school  IDU week
Week 18
(Dec 21  Jan 1)
No school  Christmas & New Year Holidays
Holiday tasks
Must Finish all questions
Challenging questions.pdf
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These questions may help you prepare better for the
Challenging sections in the coming Assessment
held on Jan 5(Two days after the holiday)
Due date:
Mon, Jan 4
Week 19
(Jan 4  8)
Prepare for next assessment
Review all related topics, theories and concepts on Monday, Jan 4
Classwork
Try the questions
angles_parallel lines_triangles_polygon.pdf
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more challenging questions.pdf
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Assessment date(
Tuesday, Jan 5
)
Time allowed:
1 lesson
(45 mins)
Criteria to be assessed:
A
Stationary to be bought with:
pencil, eraser & ruler
No stationary should be borrowed from or lend to other students.
Rough work sheet will be provided.
Calculator is NOT allowed.
Introduce
Linear equation in two unknowns (New Trend chapter 11)
What does linear mean? What is a function?
What are the features of a linear function?
What is the linear function with two unknowns? (
Section 11.1
)
Demonstrate
How to plot the graph of a linear equation
Transform the algebraic expression to the graph (
Section 11.2
)
Classwork
(page 11.3)
Class Activity 11.1
Week 20
(Jan 11  15)
Demonstrate
How to plot the graph of a linear equation (
section 11.2
)
Transform the algebraic expression to the graph
Introduce
the relationship between solutions of a linear equation in two unknowns and the points on its graph (
section 11.3
)
the method to determine whether a point lying on a coordinate plane is a point on the graph of an equation
Classwork
(page 11.6 & 11.11)
Class Activity 11.2
&
11.3
(page 11.8 & 11.16)
Skill Upgrading Corner 11.1 (13) & 11.2 (13)
(page 11.10)
Ex.
11A (1(a), 2(c), 3(c), 6 & 8) &
Ex.
11B (1, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16 & 18)
Due date:
Mon, Jan 25
Week 21
(Jan 18  22)
Discuss
How the change of the coefficients of the linear equation can affect the position of the equation
prove by graphing different linear equations as the following changes:
y =
a
x +
b
where
a
is
changing
when
b
is
constant
y =
m
x +
n
where
m
is
constant
when
n
is
changing
Classwork
(page 11.22)
Revision Ex.
11 (1(c), 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12(b) & (c), 13, 14, 16, 19, 21 & 24)
Due date:
Thu, Jan 28
Week 22
(Jan 25 29)
Preparation for next assessment
Discuss about the expectation from teacher about the knowledge in this topic related to criterion B
Experience the actual situation by trying the practice assessment
Unit 4 B Practice yIntercepts.pdf
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Classwork
Challenging problems
Challenge_1E11.pdf
Details
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393 KB
Due date:
Tue, Feb 2
Week 23
(Feb 1  5)
No class on Monday (Feb 1)  PTS day
Half day on Friday
No class from Feb 6 to 19  Lunar New Year holiday
Clarify the three stages of a statistical investigation
Data(Input) > Process > Information(Output)
Review of the preknowledge that learnt in Y6 & PYP by doing a group project
Plan an investigation on a specific topic and decide:
a topic which is workable
the target group that will be investigated
if any, the questions on the questionnaire (survey)
the way to collect the data
the way to record the data
expected outcome generated from the collected data
job allocations among the members of the group
Assessment date(
Feb 2/3/4/5
)
Time allowed:
2 lesson
(90 mins)
Criteria to be assessed:
B
Stationary to be bought with:
pencil, eraser & ruler
No stationary should be borrowed from or lend to others.
Calculator is NOT allowed.
Week 24
(Feb 22  26)
Implement the group project by
Conduct the survey
What is the most convenient and effective way to do?
Record the data
What is the most organized way to do it(by tally / in tabular form)?
Transform the data to a chart
Why can this(these) type(s) of chart(s) show your data thoroughly and productively?
Draw the conclusion of the investigation
How can you come up with this conclusion? What facts do you rely on?
Week 25
(Feb 29  Mar 4)
Review
Frequency table, bar chart, line graph, brokenline graph, pie chart
(HH chapter
18A & 18B
)
Introduce
StemandLeaf plots
(HH chapter
18C
)
Classwork
(HH)
(page 366)
Ex.
18A (#14)
(HH)
(page 366)
Ex.
18C (#14)
(HH)
(page 366)
Ex.
18C (#2, 5, 6, 7)
Week 26
(Mar 7  11)
Review
Histogram
(NT chapter
10.3
)
Introduce
Scattered diagrams
(NT chapter
10.4
)
Choosing appropriate statistical graphs
(NT chapter
10.5
)
Classwork
(NT)
(page 10.8)
Skill upgrade corner 10.1
, Ex.
10A (#3, 4, 6, 8)
(NT)
(page 10.20)
Skill upgrade corner 10.3
,
(page 10.21)
Ex.
10C (#17)
(NT)
(page 10.30)
Revision Ex.
10 (#112)
Week 27
(Mar 14  18)
Preparation for coming assessment
Initialize a plan by drafting
Topic (Investigation on the relation between data set 1 and data set 2)
Target group (two sets of data, each set contains at least 20 data)
Way to collect data (How? Why is it the best way?)
Ways to process data (How? Why are they applicable and useful to your investigation?)
Possible conclusion(s)
Data collection for coming assessment
Set up the related questions
Conduct the survey
Practice for coming assessment
Follow the instructions from the assessment notification posted on
Y7 Maths Assessment Wiki
to try to
draw the corresponding chart/graph/diagram
explain why the chart/graph/diagram should be used
Focus on the requirements from two different criteria(C & D)
Criterion C:
Transformation of data (from raw data to table/chart/graph/diagram)
Presentation of information (Clear? Accurate? Appropriate? Useful for analysis?)
Data collection (Effective? Complete? Accurate?)
Criterion D:
Relationship between the project and real life (Meaningful? Applicable?)
Degree of accuracy of the raw data, the graph/chart/diagram and the conclusion
Improvement scheme to increase the degree of accuracy
Assessment #5 (Statistical graphs)
Time allowed:
5 lessons
(starting from
Mar 18 to 24
)
Criteria to be assessed:
C & D
Stationary to be bought with:
pencil, eraser & ruler
Students must complete the data collection before Mar 18 and bring the raw data sheets on Mar 18, otherwise, they will score zero in the assessment.
No stationary should be borrowed from or lend to other students.
Graph paper and line paper will be provided.
Calculator is allowed.
Week 28
(Apr 6  8)
No class from Mar 25 to Apr 5  Easter holiday
Introduce
the concept of the
RATIO

section 14A
the notations of the ratio 
section 14A
Demonstrate
expression of a ratio 
section 14B, 14C
applications of ratio to solve reallife problems 
section 14D
Classwork
(HH)
(page 291)
Ex.
14A (#3  5)
(page 292)
Ex.
14B (#1  3)
(page 295)
Ex.
14C (#4  7)
(page 296)
Ex.
14D (#1  5)
Week 29
(Apr 11  15)
No lesson on Apr 11  Sports day
Demonstrate
applications of ratio to solve reallife problems 
section
14E
&
14F
Classwork
(HH)
(page 297)
Ex.
14E (#16)
(page 300)
Ex.
14F.2 (#35, 812)
(page 305)
Review Set
14A (#110)
(page 306)
Revision Set
14B (#110)
Week 30
(Apr 18  22)
Introduce
the concept of the
RATE

section
20A
the notations of the rate 
section
20A
Demonstrate
applications of rate to solve reallife problems 
section
20B, 20C, 20D, 20E
Classwork
(HH)
(page 399)
Ex.
20A (#3,4,6,7,9,11&12)
(page 401)
Ex.
20B.1 (#1,2,4,5&6)
(page 404)
Ex.
20B.2 (#13)
(page 406)
Ex.
20C (#15)
(page 408)
Ex.
20D (#13)
(page 409)
Ex.
20E (#15)
Week 31
(Apr 25  29)
No school on Apr 25  Holiday(Day in lieu of Family Fun Day)
No class on Apr 29  PTS day
Demonstrate
applications of rate to the real life problem 
section
20F
Introduce
the concept of the
RATE of THREE LIKE QUANTITIES

NEW TREND chapter 12 section 12.2
Classwork
Due date:
Tue, May 3
(HH)
(page 410)
Ex.
20F.1 (#16)
(page 411)
Ex.
20F.2 (#16)
(page 413)
Review Set
20B (#110)
(NT)
(page 12.17)
Skill Upgrade Corner 12.2 (#14)
(page 12.18)
Ex.
12B (#1,3,5,7,8,9,13,14,16,17,18,(VERY CHALLENGING)2022)
Due date:
Fri, May 6
(NT)
(page 12.33)
Revision Exercise
12 (#1b,1d,2a,2c,2f,3a,3e,3f,4b,4d,6,12,13,14,15,21,22,23,25,28,(VERY CHALLENGING)2931)
Week 32
(May 2  6)
Revision for SAW
Directed numbers
Classwork
Due date:
Mon, May 9
Supplementary exercise
(#1,5,6,7,9,10(a)(d),11(c)(d),12(b)(d),15,16,19,21 & 22(c))
Coordinates Geometry
Classwork
Due date:
Tue, May 10
Supplementary exercise
(#2,3,4,6,7,12,17(a)(c))
There is an
UNIT TEST
at the second last page of each of the above supplementary exercises. It is advisable(but optional) to try it.
Week 33
(May 9  13)
No school on Wed, May 11  PD day for teachers
Revision for SAW
Algebraic Expression & Linear equation with one unknown
Classwork
Due date:
Thu, May 12
Supplementary exercise
(#4,7,2,10,12,16,18,21,25,26,28(b),29(b),30,31(c),33(c)&(d),38 & 39))
Angles in intersecting and parallel lines
Classwork
Due date:
Fri, May 13
Supplementary exercise
(#3,6,9,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,22,23,[very challenging, optional] 31,33 & 36)
There is an
UNIT TEST
at the second last page of each of the above supplementary exercises. It is advisable(but optional) to try it.
Week 34
(May 16  20)
Revision for SAW
Statistics
Classwork
Due date:
Tue, May 17
Supplementary exercise
(#4,5,7,8,10,11,15,20)
Rate & Ratio
Classwork
Due date:
Fri, May 20
Supplementary exercise
(#6,7,8,9,12,16,19,21,22,24 & 30)
There is an
UNIT TEST
at the second last page of each of the above supplementary exercises. It is advisable(but optional) to try it.
MOCK ASSESSMENT
Please try the following practice paper
without using calculator
within
75 minutes
at home during weekend. The model answer is attached as well.
Year 7 SAWterm2 mock paper.docx
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For next week's summative assessment, please bring
protractor, compass, ruler, pencil, blue pen, eraser
along.
Week 35
(May 23  27)
Revision for SAW
Review the MOCK papers
Assessment date(
From May 26  Jun 1
)
Time allowed:
75 mins)
Criteria to be assessed:
A
Stationary to be bought with:
pencil, eraser, protractor, compass & ruler
No stationary should be borrowed from or lend to other students.
Rough work sheet and graph paper will be provided.
Calculator is NOT allowed.
Week 36
(May 30  Jun 3)
Summative Assessment Week
Week 37
(Jun 6  10)
No school on Thu, Jun 9  Dragon Boat Holiday
No school on Fri, Jun 10  School Holiday
Review the assessment papers and do the corrections
Week 38
(Jun 13  17)
Introduce
the concept of the
Polynomial

see extra notes
Term, number of terms
Like/unlike terms
Constant term
Coefficient of a term
Degree of a polynomial
Mononomial
the concept of the
Law of Indice

see
extra notes
Base
Power/Indice
Coefficient
Zero indice
Negative indice
Demonstrate
Addition, subtraction & multiplication
between number of polynomials 
see extra notes
Classwork
No deadline
see extra notes
Week 39
(Jun 20  24)
No class on Tue, Jun 21  Y7 Field Trip
No class on Thu afternoon, Jun 23  Shakespeare Festival
Introduce
the concept of the
scientific notation/standard form

see extra notes
Demonstrate
express a number in scientific notation 
see extra notes
Classwork
No deadline
see extra notes
Week 40
(Jun 27  30)
No class on Mon Jun 27  Studentled conference
No class on Thu Jun 30  Half day school / Dismissal by 12 noon
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The textbook:
Mathematics for the International Student 7: MYP 2 by HAESE MATHEMATICS (H.H)
New Trend Mathematics S1A & S1B (2nd edition) by CHUNG TAI EDUCATIONAL PRESS (N.T.)
Week 1 (Aug 24  28)
Joy/ Peace
Week 2 (Aug 31  Sep 4)
Joy/ Peace
Week 3 (Sep 7  Sep 11)
Joy/ Peace
(Before Sep 10) Continue chapter 1 and introduce
(After Sep 10) Start chapter 9 and introduce
Week 4 (Sep 14  Sep 18)
Joy/ Peace
(During Sep 1417) Continue chapter 9 and demonstrate
(On Sep 18) Map checking for assessment
Week 5 (Sep 21  Sep 25)
Prepare for assessment (Joy  Sep 21 / Peace  Sep 22)
Assessment date (Joy  Sep 22 / Peace  Sep 24)
Start chapter 2 and introduce (Joy  Sep 23 / Peace  Sep 25)
Week 6 (Sep 28  Oct 2)
Continue
Week 7 (Oct 5  Oct 9)
 Introduce
 the difference between "Formula" & "Algebraic Expression" (NT section 2.2)
 Formulae & Substitution (NT section 2.2)
 Sequence (NT section 2.3)
 nth Term of a Sequence (NT section 2.4)
 Revise:
 chapter 2(section 2.1  2.4)
 Classwork:
 (NT) (page 2.15 & 2.26) Skill Upgrading Corner 2.2 & 2.3 due on same lesson
 (NT)** (page 2.16) Ex.2B #2, 4, 6, 8, 9 & 11
 (page 2.26) Ex.2C #2  8
Due date:(Joy) Mon, Oct 12 (Peace) Tue, Oct 13 (page 2.34) Revision Exercise 2 #1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18 & 26
Due date: (Joy) Mon, Oct 26 (Peace) Tue, Oct 27Week 8 (Oct 12  16)
 Introduce chapter 4 (Linear equations in one known)
 the definition of "Linear Equation in one known" (NT section 4.1)
 the meaning of "solution" (NT section 4.1)
 how to set up simple linear equations in one unknown (NT section 4.1)
 how to solve the linear equations in one unknown (NT section 4.1)
 Classwork
 (NT) (page 4.7) Skill Upgrading Corner 4.1 due on same lesson
 (NT) (page 4.8) Ex.4A #1  6 ((a) & (d) ONLY) & 7  11 ((b) ONLY
Due date: (Joy) Mon, Oct 26 (Peace) Tue, Oct 27Week 9 (Oct 19  23)
Week 10 (Oct 26  30)
Prepare for assessment
 Revise all materials by visiting Y7 Maths assessment wiki
 Classwork
 (NT) (page 4.12) Skill Upgrading Corner 4.2 ((a) ONLY) due on same lesson
 (NT) (page 4.12) Ex.4B #1  14 ((b) ONLY)
Due date: (Joy / Peace) Mon, Nov 2Week 11 (Nov 2  6)
Week 12 (Nov 9  13)
 Review
 HAESE & HARRIS Chapter 2
 Points, lines, parallel lines & intersecting lines (HH chapter 2A)
 Classifying angles (HH chapter 2B)
 Introduce
 Angle properties  Angles at a point, Angles on a line, Angles in a right angle, Complementary & supplementary angles (HH chapter 2C)
 Classwork
 (HH) (OLD VERSION)Ex.2C (all questions) (NEW VERSION)Ex.2A, 2C, 2D, 2E (all questions), Review Set A(#14, 69)
Due date: Mon, Nov 20Week 13 (Nov 16  20)
Week 14 (Nov 23 27)
 Introduce
 HAESE & HARRIS (OLD VERSION) Chapter 14 (NEW VERSION) Chapter 10
 Classifying Triangles  Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Acuteangled, Rightangled & Obtuse angled (HH chapter 14A / 10B)
 Angles of a Triangle  Sum of Interior angles, Exterior angles of a triangle (HH chapter 14B / 10C)
 Isosceles Triangle (HH chapter 14C / 10D)
 Classwork
 (OLD VERSION)(HH) (page 275, 277 & 280) Ex.14A, 14B, 14C (all questions)
 (NEW VERSION)(HH) (page 208, 211) Ex.10B, 10C, 10D (all questions)
Due date: Mon, Nov 30Week 15 (Nov 30  Dec 4)
 Introduce
 features of each type of Quadrilateral  Parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezium, kite (HH chapter 14E / 10E)
 Angles of a quadrilateral Sum of Interior angles (HH chapter 14F / 10F)
 Interior angles of Polygon (HH chapter 14G / 10G)
 Classwork
 (OLD VERSION)(HH) (page 282, 285 & 277) Ex.14D, 14E, 14F, 14G, Review Set 14A & 14B (all questions)
 (NEW VERSION)(HH) (page 208, 211) Ex.10E, 10F, Review Set 10A & 10B (all questions)
Due date: Mon, Jan 4Week 16 (Dec 7  11)
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Week 29 (Apr 11  15)
Week 30 (Apr 18  22)
Week 31 (Apr 25  29)
No school on Apr 25  Holiday(Day in lieu of Family Fun Day)
No class on Apr 29  PTS day
Demonstrate
 the concept of the RATE of THREE LIKE QUANTITIES  NEW TREND chapter 12 section 12.2
ClassworkWeek 32 (May 2  6)
Revision for SAW
Week 33 (May 9  13)
No school on Wed, May 11  PD day for teachers
Revision for SAW
Week 34 (May 16  20)
Revision for SAW
MOCK ASSESSMENT
Week 35 (May 23  27)
Revision for SAW
Week 36 (May 30  Jun 3)
Summative Assessment Week
Week 37 (Jun 6  10)
No school on Thu, Jun 9  Dragon Boat Holiday
No school on Fri, Jun 10  School Holiday
Review the assessment papers and do the corrections
Week 38 (Jun 13  17)
Week 39 (Jun 20  24)
No class on Tue, Jun 21  Y7 Field Trip
No class on Thu afternoon, Jun 23  Shakespeare Festival
Week 40 (Jun 27  30)