Date | 14/8/2015 (Monday) |

Time | 8.30 a.m. – 9.30 a.m. |

Class | 6AS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Hypothesis Testing |

Learning Area | Hypothesis Test |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean for a normally distributed population with known variance. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 283) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 3) |

Reflection | Students have been able to to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean for a normally distributed population with known variance in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 14/8/2017 (Monday) |

Time | 11.15 a.m. – 12.45 p.m. |

Class | 6RS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Complex Numbers |

Learning Area | Complex Numbers |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to identify the real and imaginary parts of a complex number. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 211) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1) |

Reflection | Students have been able to identify the real and imaginary parts of a complex number in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 15/8/2017 (Tuesday) |

Time | 7.00 a.m. – 8.00 a.m. |

Class | 6AS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Hypothesis Testing |

Learning Area | Hypothesis Test |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean in the case where a large sample is used. |

Activities | Working out questions 3 and 5 (textbook, page 283) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 3) |

Reflection | Students have been able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean in the case where a large sample is used in questions 3 and 5. |

Date | 16/8/2017 (Wednesday) |

Time | 7.00 a.m. – 8.30 a.m. |

Class | 6RS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Complex Numbers |

Learning Area | Complex Numbers |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to use the condition for the equality of two complex numbers. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 211) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1) |

Reflection | Students have been able to use the condition for the equality of two complex numbers in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 16/8/2017 (Wednesday) |

Time | 8.30 a.m. – 9.30 a.m. |

Class | 6AS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Hypothesis Testing |

Learning Area | Hypothesis Test |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population proportion by direct evaluation of binomial probabilities. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 289) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 3) |

Reflection | Students have been able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population proportion by direct evaluation of binomial probabilities in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 16/8/2017 (Wednesday) |

Time | 2.00 p.m. – 3.30 p.m. |

Class | 6RS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Complex Numbers |

Learning Area | Complex Numbers |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to use the condition for the equality of two complex numbers. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 211) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1) |

Reflection | Students have been able to use the condition for the equality of two complex numbers in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 17/8/2017 (Thursday) |

Time | 7.30 a.m. – 8.30 a.m. |

Class | 6RS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Analytic Geometry |

Learning Area | Analytic Geometry |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to transform a given equation of a conic into the standard form. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 237) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1) |

Reflection | Students have been able to transform a given equation of a conic into the standard form in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 17/8/2017 (Thursday) |

Time | 11.15 a.m. – 12.45 p.m. |

Class | 6AS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Hypothesis Testing |

Learning Area | Hypothesis Test |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population proportion using a normal approximation. |

Activities | Working out questions 3 and 4 (textbook, page 289) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 3) |

Reflection | Students have been able to carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population proportion using a normal approximation in questions 3 and 4. |

Date | 18/8/2017 (Friday) |

Time | 7.00 a.m. – 8.30 a.m. |

Class | 6RS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Analytic Geometry |

Learning Area | Analytic Geometry |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to find the vertex, focus and directrix of a parabola. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 243) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1) |

Reflection | Students have been able to find the vertex, focus and directrix of a parabola in questions 1 and 2. |

Date | 18/8/2017 (Friday) |

Time | 9.45 a.m. - 10.45 a.m. |

Class | 6AS |

Subject | Mathematics T |

Topic | Chi-squared Tests |

Learning Area | The Chi-squared Distribution |

Learning Outcome | Students should be able to identify the shape, as well as the mean and variance, of a chi-squared distribution with a given number of degrees of freedom. |

Activities | Working out questions 1 and 2 (textbook, page 299) |

Teaching Aids | STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 3) |

Reflection | Students have been able to identify the shape, as well as the mean and variance, of a chi-squared distribution with a given number of degrees of freedom in questions 1 and 2. |