Monday, February 13, 2017

Week 7 (13-17/2/2017)

Date13/2/2017 (Monday)
Time10.00 a.m. – 11.20 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to solve problems concerning rates of change, including related rates.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 36 (textbook, page 69)
  2. Working out questions no. 1, 2, and 3 (textbook, page 70)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to solve problems concerning rates of change, including related rates in questions no. 1, 2, and 3.


Date14/2/2017 (Tuesday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to solve optimisation problems involving differentiation of implicit functions.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 38 (textbook, page 71)
  2. Working out question no. 1 (textbook, page 72)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to solve optimisation problems involving differentiation of implicit functions in question no. 1.


Date16/2/2017 (Thursday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to solve optimisation problems involving differentiation of quotients.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 39 (textbook, page 71)
  2. Working out questions no. 2 and 3 (textbook, page 72)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to solve optimisation problems involving differentiation of quotients in Working out questions no. 2 and 3.


Date17/2/2017 (Friday)
Time9.50 a.m. – 11.10 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaIndefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to identify integration as the reverse of differentiation.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 1 (textbook, page 370)
  2. Working out questions no. 1 and 2 (textbook, page 370)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to identify integration as the reverse of differentiation in questions no. 1 and 2.


Monday, February 6, 2017

Week 6 (6-10/2/2017)

Date6/2/2017 (Monday)
Time10.00 a.m. – 11.20 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to sketch the graphs of functions, including asymptotes parallel to the coordinate axes.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 26 (textbook, page 56)
  2. Working out questions no. 1 and 2 (textbook, page 63)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to sketch the graphs of functions, including asymptotes parallel to the coordinate axes in questions no. 1 and 2.


Date7/2/2017 (Tuesday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to sketch the graphs of exponential functions, including asymptotes parallel to the coordinate axes.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 27 (textbook, page 57)
  2. Working out question no. 3 (textbook, page 64)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to sketch the graphs of exponential functions, including asymptotes parallel to the coordinate axes in question no. 3.


Date9/2/2017 (Thursday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to find the equations of tangents and normals to curves, including parametric curves.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 32 (textbook, page 65)
  2. Working out questions no. 1, 2, and 3 (textbook, page 67)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to find the equations of tangents and normals to curves, including parametric curves in questions no. 1, 2, and 3.


Date10/2/2017 (Friday)
Time9.50 a.m. – 11.10 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicDifferentiation
Learning AreaApplications of differentiation
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to solve problems concerning rates of change, including related rates.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 36 (textbook, page 69)
  2. Working out questions no. 1, 2, and 3 (textbook, page 70)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionThe lesson, which has yet to be completed, will be repeated during the next class.