Friday, March 17, 2017

Week 11 (13-17/3/2017)

Date13/3/2017 (Monday)
Time10.00 a.m. – 11.10 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaDefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to identify a definite integral as the area under a curve.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 30 (textbook, page 111)
  2. Working out question no. 3 (textbook, page 115)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Term 2)
ReflectionStudents have been able to identify a definite integral as the area under a curve in question no. 3.


Date14/3/2017 (Tuesday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaDefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to identify a definite integral as the area under a curve using the method of substitution.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 31 (textbook, page 113)
  2. Working out question no. 4 (textbook, page 115)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Term 2)
ReflectionStudents have been able to identify a definite integral as the area under a curve using the method of substitution in question no. 4.


Date16/3/2017 (Thursday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaDefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to calculate the area of a region bounded by a curve (including a parametric curve) and lines parallel to the coordinate axes or between two curves.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 32 (textbook, page 114)
  2. Working out question no. 5 (textbook, page 115)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Term 2)
ReflectionStudents have been able to calculate the area of a region bounded by a curve (including a parametric curve) and lines parallel to the coordinate axes or between two curves in question no. 5.


Date17/3/2017 (Friday)
Time9.50 a.m. – 11.10 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaDefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to calculate volumes of solids of revolution about one of the coordinate axes.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 33 (textbook, page 117)
  2. Working out question no. 1 (textbook, page 119)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Term 2)
ReflectionStudents have been able to calculate volumes of solids of revolution about one of the coordinate axes in question no. 1.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Week 10 (6-10/3/2017)

Date6/3/2017 (Monday)
Time10.00 a.m. – 11.20 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaIndefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to integrate rational functions by means of decomposition into partial fractions.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 27 (textbook, page 107)
  2. Working out questions no. 1e and 1f (textbook, page 108)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to integrate rational functions by means of decomposition into partial fractions in questions no. 1e and 1f.

7-8/3/2017 (Monday&Tuesday) : Diagnostic Test

Date9/3/2017 (Thursday)
Time6.55 a.m. – 8.15 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaIndefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to perform integration by parts.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 28 (textbook, page 108)
  2. Working out question no.2 (textbook, page 109)
Teaching AidsSTPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
ReflectionStudents have been able to perform integration by parts in question no. 2. 


Date10/3/2017 (Friday)
Time9.50 a.m. – 11.10 a.m.
Class6AS
SubjectMathematics T
TopicIntegration
Learning AreaIndefinite integral
Learning OutcomeStudents should be able to perform integration by parts.
Activities
  1. Discussing Example 29 (textbook, page 110)
  2. Working out question no. 1 (textbook, page 115)
Teaching Aids
  1. STPM Mathematics T (Penerbitan Pelangi, Paper 1)
  2. Introduction to the method of integration by parts
  3. Notes on integration by part
ReflectionStudents have been able to perform integration by parts in question no. 1.