SMK (P) METHODIST KUANTAN, PAHANG
YEARLY LESSON PLAN
FORM 2 2019
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CHAPTER 1 : PATTERNS AND SEQUENCES
WEEK 1 1.1 Patterns 1.1.1 Recognize and describe patterns of various Various number sets including
02/01/2019 number sets and objects based on real life even numbers, odd numbers,
 situations, and hence make generalisation on Pascal's Triangle and Fibonacci
04/01/2019 pattern. Numbers
WEEK 2 1.2.1 Explain the meaning of sequence Exploratory activities that
07/01/2019 involve geometrical shapes,
 1.2 Sequences Identify and describe the pattern of a sequence, numbers and objects must be
11/01/2019 1.2.2 carried out.
and hence complete and extend the sequence.
WEEK 3 1.3 Patterns and 1.3.1 Make generalisation about the pattern of a
14/01/2019 sequences sequence using numbers, words and algebraic
 expressions.
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1.3.2 Determine specific terms of a sequence
1.3.3 Solve problems involving sequences.
CHAPTER 2 : FACTORISATION AND ALGEBRAIC FRACTION
WEEK 4 2.1 Expansion 2.1.1 Explain the meaning of the expansion of two Various representations such as
21/01/2019 algebraic expressions. algebra tiles should be used

2.1.2 Expand two algebraic expressions.
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2.1.3 Simplify algebraic expressions involving
combined operations, including expansion.
2.1.4 Solve problems involving expansion of two Limit to problems involving
algebraic expressions.. linear algebraic expressions.
WEEK 5 2.2 Factorisation 2.2.1 Relate the multiplication of algebraic Factorisation as the inverse of
28/01/2019 expressions to the concept of factors and expansion can be emphasized
 factorisation, and hence list out the factors of
01/02/2019 the product of the algebraic expressions.
2.2.2 Factorise algebraic expressions using various Various methods including the
methods. use of common factors and
other methods such as cross
2.2.3 Solve problems involving factorisation
multiplication or using algebra
tiles.
WEEK 6 2.3 Agebraic 2.3.1 Perform addition and subtraction of algebraic Algebraic expressions
04/02/2019 Expressions and expressions involving expansion and including algebraic fractions.
 Laws of Basic factorisation.
08/02/2019 Arithmetic
2.3.2 Perform multiplication and division of
Operations.
algebraic expressions involving expansion and
factorisation.
2.3.3 Perform combined operations of algebraic
expressions involving expansion and
factorisation.
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CHAPTER 3 : ALGEBRAIC FORMULAE
WEEK 7 3.1 Algebraic 3.1.1 Write a formula based on a situation. Situation includes statements
11/02/2019 Formulae such as "the square of a number
 3.1.2 Change the subject of formula of an algebraic is nine".
15/02/2019 equation.
3.1.3 Determine the value of a variable when the
value of another variable given.
3.1.4 Solve problems involving formulae.
CHAPTER 4 : POLYGONS
WEEK 8 4.1 Regular 4.1.1 Describe the geometric properties of regular Exploratory activities involving
18/02/2019 Polygons polygons using various representations. various methods such as the use
 of concrete meterials (e.g.
22/02/2019 origami) or dynamic geometric
software should be carried out.
Activities to compare and
contrast regular and irregular
polygons, and to emphasise the
congruency of angles should be
involved.
Geometric properties including
length of sides, angles and the
number of axes of symmetry.
4.1.2 Construct regular polygons using various Various methods including the
methods and explain the rationales for the steps use of dynamic geometric
of construction. software
WEEK 9 4.2 Interior 4.2.1 Derive the formula for the sum of interior Exploratory activities using
25/02/2019 Angles and angles of a polygon various methods such as the use
 Exterior Angles 4.2.2 Make and verify conjectures about the sum of of dynamic geometric software
01/03/2019 of Polygons exterior angles of a polygon should be carried out.
WEEK 10 4.2.3 Determine the values of interior angles,
04/03/2019 exterior angles and the number of sides of a
 polygon
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4.2.4 Solve problems involving polygons
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FIRST MIDTERM ASSESSMENT
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WEEK 12
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DISSCUSSION WEEK
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FIRST MIDTERM HOLIDAY
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CHAPTER 5 : CIRCLES
WEEK 13 5.1 Properties of 5.1.1 Recognise parts of a circle and explain the Exploratory activities with
01/04/2019 Circles properties of a circle. various methods such as using
 5.1.2 Costruct a circle and parts of the circle based dynamic geometry software
05/04/2019 on the conditions given should be carried out.
Parts of a circle including
diameter, chord and sector.
Example of conditions:
a) Construct a circle  given the
radius or diameter.
b) Construct a diameter 
through a certain point in a
circle given the centre of the
circle.
c) Construct a chord  through a
certain point on the
circumference given the length
of the chord.
d) Construct a sector  given the
angle of the sector and the
radius of the circle
The use of dynamic geometry
software is encouraged
5.2 Symmetrical 5.2.1 Verify and explain that Exploratory activities with
Properties of various methods such as using
(i) diameter of a circle is an axis of symmetry
Chords dynamic geometry software
of the circle.
should be carried out.
(ii) a radius that is perpendicular to a chord
bisects the chord and vice versa
(iii) perpendicular bisectors of two chords
intersect at the centre
(iv) Chords that are equal in length produce
arcs of the same length and vice versa
(v) chords that are equal in length are
equidistant from the centre of the circle and
vice versa
5.2.2 Determine the centre and radius of a circle by
geometrical construction.
5.2.3 Solve problems involving symmetrical
properties of chords.
WEEK 14 5.3 5.3.1 Determine the relationship between Exploratory activities for
08/04/2019 Circumference circumference and diameter of a circle, and Learning Standards 5.3.1 and
 and Area of a hence define and derive the circumference 5.3.2 should be carried out by
12/04/2019 Circle formula using concrete materials or
dynamic geometrical software
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dynamic geometrical software
5.3.2 Derive the formula for the area of a circle
5.3.3 Determine the circumference, area of a circle,
length of arc, area of a sector and other related
measurements.
5.3.4 solve problems involving circles.
CHAPTER 6 : THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRICAL SHAPES
WEEK 15 6.1 Geometric 6.1.1 Compare, contrast and classify three The concept of dimension in
15/04/2019 Properties of dimensional shapes including prisms, two and three dimensional
 Three pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres, and shapes should be discussed.
19/04/2019 Dimensional hence describe the geometric properties of Exploratory activities should be
Shapes prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres. carried out by using concrete
materials or dynamic geometry
softwares.
Three dimensional objects
including oblique shapes.
Example of geometric property
of prisms: Uniform cross
section is in the shape of a
polygon, other faces are
quadrilaterals.
6.2 Nets of three 6.2.1 Analyse various nets including pyramids,
Dimensional prisms, cylinders and cones, and hence draw
Shapes nets and build models.
WEEK 16 6.3 Surface Area 6.3.1 Derive the formulae of the surface areas of
22/04/2019 of Three cubes, cuboids, pyramids, prisms, cylinders and Exploratory activities should be
 Dimensional cones, and hence determine the surface areas of carried out involving only
26/04/2019 Shapes the shapes. vertical shapes.
6.3.2 Determine the surface area of spheres using
formula
6.3.3 Solve problems involving the surface area of Combined three dimensional
three dimensional shapes shapes and unit conversion
should be included.
WEEK 17 6.4 Volume of 6.4.1 Derive the formulae of the volumes of prisms Involve vertical shapes only
29/04/2019 Three and cylinders, and hence derive the formulae of
 Dimensional pyramids and cones
03/05/2019 Shapes 6.4.2 Determine the volume of prisms, cylinders,
cones, pyramids and spheres using formulae.
6.4.3 Solve problems involving the volume of three Combined three dimensional
dimensional shapes. shapes and unit conversion
should be included.
WEEK 18/19
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 MID YEAR EXAMINATION
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WEEK 20
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 DISCUSSION WEEK
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MID YEAR SCHOOL HOLIDAY
25/05/2019  09/06/2019
CHAPTER 7 : COORDINATES
WEEK 21 7.1 Distance in 7.1.1 Explain the meaning of distance between two The meaning of distance
10/06/2019 the Cartesian points on the Cartesian plane between two points should be
 Coordinate explained based on exploratory
14/06/2019 System outcomes
7.1.2 Derive the formula of the distance between two Exploratory activities to derive
points on the Cartesian plane the distance formula should be
carried out
7.1.3 Determine the distance between two points on
the Cartesian plane
7.1.4 Solve problems involving the distance between
two points in the Cartesian coordinate system.
WEEK 22 7.2 Midpoint in 7.2.1 Exoplain the meaning of midpoint between two The meaning of midpoint
17/06/2019 the Cartesian points on the Cartesian plane between two points should be
 Coordinate explained based on exploratory
21/06/2019 System outcomes
7.2.2 Derive the formula of the midpoint between Exploratory activities to derive
two points on the Cartesian plane the midpoint formula should be
carried out
7.2.3 Determine the coordinates of midpoint between
two points on the Cartesian plane.
7.2.4 Solve problems involving midpoint in the
Cartesian coordinate system
WEEK 23 7.3 The Cartesian 7.3.1 Solve problems involving the Cartesian
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 System
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CHAPTER 8 : GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS
WEEK 24 8.1 Explain the 8.1.1 Explain the meaning of functions Exploratory activities involving
01/07/2019 meaning of the relationship between two
 functions. quantities in daily life situations
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8.1.2 Identify functions and provide justifications Onetoone functions and many
based on function representations in the form toone functions should be
of ordered pairs, tables, graphs and equations involved.
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The concept of variable as a
functional relationship
associated with the concept of
variable as unknown under
linear equations topic.
The function notation, f(x) ,
should be introduced.
WEEK 25 8.2 Graphs of 8.2.1 Construct tables of values for linear and non Linear and nonlinear functions
08/07/2019 Functions linear functions, and hence draw the graphs including those representing
 using the scale given. real life situations
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Function in the form of
y ax n
n= 2,1,0,1,2,3 a ≠ 0, should
be involved
8.2.2 Interpret graphs of functions Graphs of functions including
those representing real life
situations
Interpreting graphs of functions
is like studying trends and
making predictions.
8.2.3 Solve problems involving graphs of functions Solving equations by
determining the point(s) of
intersection of two graphs
should be involved
CHAPTER 9 : SPEED AND ACCELERATION
WEEK 26 9.1 Speed 9.1.1 Explain the meaning of speed as a rate The meaning of speed should
15/07/2019 involving distance and time. be explained based on
 exporatory outcomes.
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9.1.2 Describe the differences between uniform and Various representations
nonuniform speed including tables and graphs
should be used based on
various situations.
9.1.3 Perform calculation involving speed and
average speed including unit conversion.
9.1.4 Solve problems involving speed
WEEK 27 9.2 Acceleration 9.2.1 Explain the meaning of acceleration and The meaning of acceleration
22/07/2019 deceleration as a rate involving speed and time. and deceleration should be
 explained based on exploratory
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9.2.2 Perform calculations involving acceleration
including unit conversion.
9.2.3 Solve problems involving acceleration.
CHAPTER 10 : GRADIENT OF A STRAIGHT LINE
WEEK 28 10.1 Gradient 10.1.1 Describe gradient and direction of inclination Carry out exploratory activities
29/07/2019 based on real life situations, and then explain involving various methods such
 the meaning of gradient as a ratio of vertical as the use of dynamic software.
02/08/2019 distance to horizontal distance.
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10.1.2 Derive the formulae for gradient of a straight Discuss the case of a straight
line in the Cartesian plane. line that passes through the
origin and a straight line that is
parallel to the axis.
Formulae of gradient are:
y int ercept y
m m 2 y 1
x int ercept x x
2 1
WEEK 28 10.1.3 Make generalisation for the gradient of a Exploratory activities involving
29/07/2019 straight line all cases of gradient should be
 carried out
02/08/2019 Example of generalisation:
(a) The bigger the absolute
value of the gradient, the
steeper the straight line.
(b) The positive or negative
sign of the gradient value
indicates the direction of
inclination in a straight line
WEEK 29 10.1.4 Determine the gradient of a straight line. Real life situations should be
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The relationship between
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concrete, graphic and symbolic
representations should be done.
Reasons why the ratio of
vertical distance to horizontal
distance is used to determine
the gradient, and not otherwise,
10.1.5 Solve problems involving the gradient of a should be discussed.
straight line
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CHAPTER 11 : ISOMETRIC TRANSFORMATIONS
WEEK 30 11.1 11.1.1 Describe the changes of shapes, sizes, Exploratory activities involving
19/08/2019 Transformations directions and orientations of an object under a examples of real life when the
 transformation, and hence explain the idea of object reflected, rotated, moved
23/08/2019 onetoone correspondence between points in a and enlarged or reduced in size,
transformation. should be carried out.
The use of digital technology is
encouraged.
11.1.2 Explain the idea of congruency in The difference between
transformations. congruency and similarity
should be discussed.
WEEK 31 11.2 Translation 11.2.1 Recognise a translation. Exploratory activities by using
26/08/2019 dynamic geometry software
 should be carried out.
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The properties of image should
be discussed.
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11.2.2 Describe translation by using various Examples of various
representations including vector form representations are graphic,
language and symbol.
Vector translations can be
written as and a
AP
b
11.2.3 Determine the image and object under a
translation
11.2.4 Solve problems involving translation
WEEK 32 11.3 Reflection 11.3.1 Recognise a reflection Exploratory activities with
02/09/2019 various methods using dynamic
 geometry software should be
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Properties of image should be
discussed.
11.3.2 Describe reflection using various Symbolic representation is
representations. excluded
Symmetrical properties of
reflection should be discussed.
11.3.3 Determine the image and object under a
reflection.
11.3.4 Solve problems involving reflection.
WEEK 33 11.4 Rotation 11.4.1 Recognise a rotation Exploratory activities with
09/09/2019 various methods using dynamic
 geometry software should be
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Properties of image should be
discussed.
11.4.2 Describe rotation using various representations. Symbolic representation is
excluded
11.4.3 Determine the image and object under a
rotation.
11.4.4 Solve problems involving rotation.
WEEK 34 11.5 Translation, 11.5.1 Investigate the relationship between the effects Examples of nonisometry
16/09/2019 Reflection and of translation, reflection and rotation and the should be included.
 Rotation as an distance between two points on an object and Isometry is a transformation
20/09/2019 Isometry image, and hence explain isometry. which preserves the distance
between any two points.
11.5.2 Explain the relationship between isometry and
congruency.
11.5.3 Solve problems involving isometry and
congruency
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11.6 Rotational 11.6.1 Explain rotational symmetry. Carry out exploratory activities
Symmetry involving only twodimensional
objects .
11.6.2 Determine the degree of rotational symmetry of
an object.
CHAPTER 12 : MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCIES
WEEK 35 12.1 Measures of 12.1.1 Determine the mode, mean and median of a set Calculators or softwares are
23/09/2019 Central of ungrouped data. used in this topic where
 Tendencies appropriate.
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Questions generated towards
data collection based on real
life situations, and hence
collect and use the data to
describe measures of central
tendencies should be involved.
Real life situations may involve
EMK such as :
(a) pupils' pocket money
(b) commodities market
(c) tourism
(d) usage of technology tools
The effects of extreme values
should be discussed.
12.1.2 Make conclusions about the effect of changes Exploratory activities involving
in a set of data to the value of mode, mean and uniform and nonuniform
median changes should be carried out.
12.1.3 Collect data, construct and interpret the Exploratory activities should be
frequency table for grouped data. carried out in shich pupils
develop understanding in data
organising and making
conclusions systematically.
Example:
Classifying data into several
categories ( pass and fail) /
level/rank.
12.1.4 Determine the modal class and mean of a set of
grouped data.
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WEEK 36 12.1.5 Choose and justify the appropriate measures of Data sets in the form of
30/09/2019 central tendencies to describe the distribution representations such as tables,
 of a set of data, including those with extreme pie charts, bar charts, stemand
04/10/2019 values. leaf plots should be involved.
12.1.6 Determine mode, mean and median from data Comparison of two or more
representations. sets of data should be involved.
12.1.7 Apply the understanding of measures of central The importance of range in the
tendencies to make predictions, form comparison should be
convincing arguments and make conclusions. emphasized.
CHAPTER 13 : SIMPLE PROBABILITY
WEEK 37 13.1 13.1.1 Perform simple probability experiments, and
07/10/2019 Experimental hence state the ratio
 Probability
( )/(
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as the experimental probability of an event.
13.1.2 Make conclusions about the experimental Softwares should be used to
probability of an event when the number of perform simulations.
trials are large enough. The conclusion to be made is
that the experimental
probability tends to a certain
value if the experiment is
repeated with a large enough
number of trials.
13.2 Probability 13.2.1 Determine the sample space and events of an Exploratory activities involving
Theory involving experiment. real life situations in order to
Equally Likely develop the idea of sample
Outcomes space and events should be
carried out.
Tree diagrams and sets should
be used.
13.2.2 Construct probability models for an event, and The probability model for an
hence make connection between theoretical event A is represented by
probability and experimental probability n (A )
P (A )
n (S )
The connection that should be
made is that the experimental
probability converges to the
theoretical probability whwn
thenumber of trials is large
enough
Number of occurances of event
Number of trials
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13.2.3 Determine the probability of an event. Events that involve cross
curricular elements (EMK)
such as :
(a) pupils' pocket money
(b) sales of goods
(c) weather
(d) usage of technology tools
13.3 Probability 13.3.1 Describe the complement of an event in words Exploratory activities should be
of the and by using set notations. carried out by connecting to the
Complement of concept of set in order to make
an Event these generalisations:
P(A) + P(A') = 1
P(A') = 1  P(A)
0 ≤ P(A) ≤ 1
13.3.2 Determine the probability of the complement
of an event.
13.4 Simple 13.4.1 Solve problems involving the probability of an
Probability event.
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