Mathematics teaching syllabus form 3 4 and 5

Mathematics teaching syllabus form 3 4 and 5

Mathematics teaching syllabus form 3 4 and 5

LEARNING AREA:
SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
Class: Form 3, form 4 and form 5
TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHING HOURS FOR EACH LEVEL A YEAR: 104hrs
NUMBER OF PERIODS A WEEK: 4 of 50mins each (200 minutes)
COEFFICIENT: 4

TABLE 10: NUMBERS, FUNDAMENTAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONSHIP IN THE SET AND BETWEEN ELEMENTS OF A SET.
FORM 3

 Contextual framework Competences Resource Family of situations Examples of situations Categories of actions Examples of actions Core knowledge skills Attitudes other resources Representation, determination of quantities and identification of objects by numbers. -Find the number of bacteria in a certain bacterial culture; -Find total value of an investment at the end of a defined period; -Calculate the amount to be paid at each installment -Daily movements (distance, time); -Planning a meal; -Use of public and private services; -Communicate using numbers; -Read water and electricity bills -Calculate bills Numerical methods The language of set Verbal interaction on information containing numbers Representatio n and treatment of information and quantities -Find the pH of substances; -Record population growth; -Find the interest on an amount invested; -Calculate stock of material in a warehouse -Find number of bags of farm products -Record and store results, -Give test results in some subject over a period of time; -Evaluate the number of points obtained by a team in a football league Sets The sets of numbers ℕ, ℤ, ℚ, ℝ -Set of numbers and operations in these sets -Place value – Set language and notations: -Finite and infinite sets; universal set, null set, singleton set; -Cardinality of finite sets, -Subsets -Intersection and union of sets -Complement of a set -Equal and equivalent sets -Power set with finite set of cardinality not more than 3 -Venn diagrams -Define and identify the sets ℕ, ℤ, ℚ, ℝ -Carry operations in each set; -Use set notations, -Transcribe set language to ordinary English and vice versa, -Solve real life problems involving set theory, -Find cardinality of a set, -Differentiate between equal and equivalent sets -Find the number of subsets for finite set; -Find power set for finite set; -Draw and use Venn diagrams -Accurate and rapid writing of very large and very small numbers; -Good sense of numbers; -Confident; -Good sense of estimation and approximatio n -Good sense of orderliness Documentation (internet) Calculator Material for low scale activity Textbooks Set of objects Recorded data on events Place value chart