# Annual Scheme of Work: Mathematics

Topics: Real number, Geometry, Cartesian coordinate system Pages: 7 (306 words) Published: April 17, 2014
﻿ANNUAL SCHEME OF WORK
MATHEMATICS FORM 2
2014

SEM.
MONTH
WEEK
TOPIC /SUBTOPIC
1ST SEMESTER
JANUARY

1

CHAPTER 1 – DIRECTED NUMBERS.

1.1 Multiplication and Division of Integers.
1.2 Combined Operations on Integers.

2

1.3 Positive and Negative Fractions.
1.4 Positive and Negative Decimals.

3

1.5 Computations Involving Directed Numbers.
(Integers, Fractions and Decimals)

4

CHAPTER 2 – SQUARES, SQUARE ROOTS, CUBES AND CUBE ROOTS.

2.1 Squares of Numbers.

5

2.2 Square Roots of Positive Numbers.

FEBRUARY

6

2.3 Cubes of Numbers.

7

2.4 Cube Roots of Numbers.

8

CHAPTER 3 – ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS II.

3.1 Algebraic Terms in Two or More Unknowns.
3.2 Multiplication and Division of Two or More Algebraic Terms.

9

3.3 Concept of Algebraic Expressions.

MARCH

10

3.4 Computations Involving Algebraic Expressions.

11

CHAPTER 4 – LINEAR EQUATIONS.

4.1 Equality.
4.2 Linear Equations in One Unknown.

12

4.3 Solutions of Linear Equations in One Unknown.

1ST SEMESTER BREAK

1ST SEMESTER
APRIL

13

CHAPTER 5 – RATIOS, RATES AND PROPOTIONS.

5.1 The Concept of Rate of Two Quantities.

14

5.2 Concept of Proportion to Solve Problems.

15

5.3 Concept of Ratio of Three Quantities to Solve Problems.

16

17

CHAPTER 6 – PYTHAGORAS’ THEOREM.

6.1 The Relationship Between the Sides of a Right-Angled Triangle.

MAY

18

6.2 The Converse of Pythagoras’ Theorem.

19

20

CHAPTER 7 – GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS.

7.1 Construction Using a Straight Edge and a Pair of Compasses.

1ST SEMESTER HOLIDAYS

2ND SEMESTER
JUNE

21

CHAPTER 8 – COORDINATES.

8.1 Coordinates.
8.2 Scales for the Coordinate Axes.

22

8.3 Distance Between Two Points in a Cartesian Plane.
8.4 Midpoint.

JULY

23

CHAPTER 9 – LOCI IN TWO DIMENSIONS.

9.1 Two-Dimensional Loci.

24

9.2 Intersection of Two Loci.

25

CHAPTER 10 – CIRCLES.

10.1 Parts of a Circle.

26

10.2 Understand and Use the Concept of Circumference to Solve Problems. 10.3 Arc of a Circle.

27

10.4 Area of a Circle.

2ND SEMESTER

28

10.5 Area of a Sector of a Circle.

AUGUST

29

CHAPTER 11 – TRANSFORMATIONS.

11.1 Transformation.
11.2 Translation.

30

11.3 Reflection.

31

11.4 Rotation.

SEPTEMBER

32

11.5 Isometry.
11.6 Congruence.

33

2ND SEMESTER BREAK

34

CHAPTER 12 – SOLID GEOMETRY II.

12.1 Properties of Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones and Spheres.

OCTOBER

35

12.2 Nets of Geometric Solids.

36

12.3 Surface Area.

37

CHAPTER 13 – STATISTICS.

13.1 Concept of Data.
13.2 Concept of Frequency.

38

39

13.3 Representation and Interpretation of Data.

NOV

40

REVISION.

41

FINAL EXAMINATION.

42

DISCUSSION AND REFLECTION ON THE FINAL EXAMINATION.

END OF YEAR HOLIDAYS