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ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN

1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Area: MATHEMATICS

High School: BALANDRA CRUZ DEL SUR

Program: MATH
School Year: 2015

Target group: SEVENTH GRADE


FIRST MEDIA

Teaching Hours: 3 per week

2. CONTENTS

FIRST TERM

BLOCK 1

CONTENTS
1. NUMBERS
1.1. Natural Number Operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division. Expressions and combined operations. Problems.
1.2. Decimal numbers. Place value. Combined operations: addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division. Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000
1.3. Estimation: Rounding Decimals. Comparing Decimals. Integers: Combined
operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Factors and
primes. Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple.

SKILLS
o Representing the natural numbers in a number line.
o Solving operations applying the properties.
o Evaluating numerical expression with combined operations.
o Developing a diagram to follow the order in combined opera
o Solving mentally basic and combined operations
o Interpreting decimal notation and place value; multiply and or 1000
o Rounding whole numbers to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000 nearest whole
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number or one decimal place


Recognizing negative numbers as positions on a number line, and order,
add and subtract positive and negative integers in context.

Recognizing multiples, factors, common factors, primes (all less than


100), making use of simple tests of divisibility; find the lowest common
multiple in simple cases; use the 'sieve' for generating primes developed

by Eratosthenes.
Recognize squares of whole numbers to at least 20 20 and the
corresponding square roots; use the notation 72 and 49

ATTITUDE
o To increase the students' confidence in their numerical abilities by
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providing them with more tools to work problem solving.


To value the acquisition of new concepts as they prove to be useful in

daily life problems.


To demonstrate a favorable attitude towards numerical skills that will be
required and applied in the permanent preparation towards IGCSE
Exams.

ASSESSMENT
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Recognizes the digit and its place value in the number.


Solves operations applying the properties.
Evaluates numerical expression with combined operations
Reads decimals from a number line.
Compares decimals.
Rounds decimals to the nearest place value
Solves mixed operations which may not have brackets, by applying the

rules learned.
Solves different types of problem solving which require mixed operation
skills

BLOCK 2
CONTENTS

2. STATISTICS
2.1.Collecting data: surveys and experiments. Displaying data: pictogram,
frequency diagrams, bar graphs and pie chart.
2.2.Organizing data: talk frequency table, grouped frequency tables.
2.3.Avenges: mean, median, mode and range: Calculations using frequency
tables
2.4.Probability: experimental and theorical probability

SKILLS
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Recognizing different types of graphs.


Constructing bar graphs, trend graphs based on a given information

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Obtaining information from a graph.


Drawing simple conclusions from graphs and tables
Collecting information, organize it on a table and show it on a graph
Calculating the mean, median and mode of a set of data.
Using the language of probability to describe and interpret results

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involving likelihood and chance.


Understanding and use the probability scale from 0 to 1.
Finding probabilities based on equally likely outcomes in simple

contexts.
Identifying all the possible mutually exclusive outcomes of a single

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event.
Using experimental data to estimate probabilities.
Comparing experimental and theoretical probabilities in simple
contexts.

ATTITUDE
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To demonstrate a positive attitude towards organization, order and


neatness when working with data.

ASSESSMENT
o Finds the mean, median and mode of some data
o Identifies and draw different types of graphs according to a given
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data
Elaborates a simple analysis from graphs.
Answers to question that require some calculations based on graph

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information.
Organizes information in frequency tables
Organizes data to calculate statistical averages.

BLOCK 3

CONTENTS

3. ALGEBRA
3.1. Functions: table and mapping diagram. Graphs of linear functions. Points on
a straight line.
3.2. Sequence and patterns. Sequence in diagrams.
3.3. Term-to-term rules
3.4. Substitutions into expressions, into formulae
3.5. Deriving using a formula

SKILLS
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To derive and use simple formulae, e.g. to change hours to minutes.


To substitute positive integers into simple linear

expressions/formulae.
To generate terms of an integer sequence and find a term given its

position in the sequence; find simple Term-to-term rules.


To generate sequences from spatial patterns and describe the general

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term in simple cases.


To represent simple functions using words, symbols and mappings.
To generate coordinate pairs that satisfy a linear equation, where y is
given explicitly in terms of x; plot the corresponding graphs;
recognize straight-line graphs parallel to the x- or y-axis.

ATTITUDES
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To demonstrate a positive attitude towards the origin of Algebra and


its application into other sciences.

EVALUATION
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Generates terms of an integer sequence.


Finds a term given its position in the sequence.
Finds simple term-to-term rules.
Generates sequences from spatial patterns.
Derives and uses simple formulae.
Substitutes positive integers into simple linear expressions/formulae.

BLOCK 4

CONTENTS

4. MEASURE
4.1. Systems of units (SI): Base units. SI prefixes.
4.2. Conversion convert from SI/ Metric units to Standard/US units.
4.3. Convert from Standard/US units to S Metric units.
4.4. Word problems based or measures and conversions.
4.5. Reading scales.
4.6. Time: 12 and 24 hour clocks.
4.7. Travel graphs

SKILLS
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Choosing suitable units of measurement to estimate, measure,

calculate and solve problems in everyday contexts.


Knowing abbreviations for and relationships between different units

and conversions.
Reading the scales on a range of analogue and digital measuring

instruments.
Drawing and interpreting graphs in real life contexts involving more

than one stage, e.g. travel graphs.


Knowing the relationships between units of time; understand and use
the 12-hour and 24-hour clock systems; interpret timetables;

calculate time intervals.


Deriving and using formulae for the area and perimeter of a
rectangle; calculate the perimeter and area of compound shapes

made from rectangles.


Deriving and using the formula for the volume of a cuboids; calculate

volumes of cuboids.
Calculating the surface area of cubes and cuboids from their nets.

ATTITUDE
o To acquire a certain degree of confidence regarding to their relation
with everyday objects and sizes, as well as their importance,
approximation and calculations.

EVALUATION
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Measures daily objects.


Converts different units.
Uses formulae to find out unknown magnitudes.
Uses formulas to derive the area and volume of cuboids.
Analyzes and extract information from a more than one stage graph.

BLOCK 5

CONTENTS

5. GEOMETRY
5.1. Transformations: reflection, rotation and translation.

SKILLS

Identifying, describing, visualizing and drawing 2D shapes in different

orientations.
Using the notation and labeling conventions for points, lines, angles

and shapes.
Starting to recognize the angular connections between parallel lines,

perpendicular lines and transversal


Solving simple geometrical problems by using side and angle

properties
Identifying equal lengths or calculate unknown angles, and explain

reasoning.
Recognizing and describing common solids and some of their

properties, e.g. the number of faces, edges and vertices.


Recognizing line and rotation symmetry in 2D shapes and patterns;
drawing lines of symmetry and complete patterns with two lines of

symmetry; identifying the order of rotation symmetry.


Reading and plot coordinates of points determined by geometric

information in all four quadrants.


Transforming 2D points and shapes by: reflection, rotation and
translation.

ATTITUDES
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To demonstrate a positive attitude towards organization, order and


neatness. -To acquire confidence using geometric instruments

ASSESSMENT
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Identifies the elements and recognize different types of figures.


Calculates area and perimeter of geometric figures.
Constructs regular polygons
Constructs triangles with some given elements.

3. METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES
Listening
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Able to understand explanations given in English
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Can figure out what is being said and taught
Reading
o Has sufficient control of the writing system to interpret written language
in areas of practical need where the new vocabulary learned is being
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used.
Able to do skimming and scanning in order to find out answers to
research questions.

o Can interpret what a question is meant in order to get the right answer
Speaking
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Able to ask questions for clarification
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Can express ideas clearly
o Able to ask for help using standard mechanics
Writing
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Able to summarize what has been taught


Can describe processes and functioning of things
Introduction of concepts and new terms.
Exercises and problem solving to apply concepts.
Reinforcement activities.
Active class participation; developing exercises on the board is

encouraged.
Periodical evaluation through class activities, homework, tests, unit

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tests.
Apply an understandable and simple language.
End of term exams.

CONCEPTUAL OBJECTIVES By the end of the school year the student will be able to:
- Understand a variety of mathematical concepts, their interaction and
application. These concepts arc the basis on their formation towards Checkpoint and
IGCSE exams.

PROCEDURAL OBJECTIVES By the end of the year the student will be able to:
- Apply a variety of skills related to estimation, use of laws of indices, data
analysis, measurements, in problem solving and exercises that require a
combination of skills and the logical thinking of the student to select the appropriate
procedure.

ATTITUDINAL OBJECTIVES By the end of the year the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate a positive attitude towards working in an organized form
according to logical procedures.
- Value the importance of expressing answers clearly and directly.
- Value the interaction of school subjects to increase self confidence in English
usage.

4. RESOURCES

Notebook
Folder sheets
Charts
Papergraphs
Illustrations
Whiteboard
Magazines
Internet
Books
Videos
Colors
Markers
Scissors, glue
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Student:
-Checkpoint Math 11 - 14, as they work in their notebooks and on photocopies from
teachers bibliography.
Teacher:
-Checkpoint Math 11 - 14
-MATHEMATICS Extension 7, Cambridge Essentials, Paul Rigby
-IGCSE MATHEMATICS, Rick Pimentel and Terry Wall
-HEINEMANN MATHEMATICS 6, TEXTBOOK
-HEINEMANN MATHEMATICS 7, TEXTBOOK
-IGCSE MATHEMATICS, Karen Morrison