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# SMK SERI BANDAR PONTIAN

SEMESTER PLAN
FOR
MATHEMATICS T
THIRD TERM
YEAR 2015

## THIRD TERM: STATISTICS

Week

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Week

Topic

Learning Outcome

Activities

13 Data Description

## Candidates should be able to:

13 Data Description

## 1. identify discrete, continuous, ungrouped and grouped data;

2. construct and interpret stem-and-leaf diagrams, box-andwhisker plots, histograms and cumulative frequency curves;
3. state the mode and range of ungrouped data;
4. determine the median and interquartile range of ungrouped
and grouped data;
5. calculate the mean and standard deviation of ungrouped and
grouped data, from raw data and from given totals such as
6. select and use the appropriate measures of central tendency
and measures of dispersion;
7. calculate the Pearson coefficient of skewness;
8. describe the shape of a data distribution.tate the domain and
range of a function, and find composite functions;

14 Probability

14 Probability

## 1. apply the addition principle and the multiplication principle;

1.Revising the concepts
2. use the formulae for combinations and permutations in simple
of probability in SPM.
cases;
2.Teacher gives some
3. identify a sample space, and calculate the probability of an
examples, exercises
event;
and discussion.
4. identify complementary, exhaustive and mutually exclusive
events;
5. use the formula P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A B);
6. calculate conditional probabilities, and identify independent
events;
7. use the formulae P(A B) = P(A) P(B|A) = P(B) P(A|B);
8. use the rule of total probability.

Topic

Learning Outcome

1.

Revising the
concept of statistic in
SPM.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

Activities

Note

Carefulness
Rationality
Honesty
Diligence
Determinations
Cleanliness
Patience
Responsibility

Note

Pedagogy

Directive
Mastery
Metacognitive

Pedagogy

15 Probability
Distributions
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variables

## 1. identify discrete random variables;

2. construct a probability distribution table for a discrete
random variable;
3. use the probability function and cumulative distribution
function of a discrete random variable;
4. calculate the mean and variance of a discrete random
variable;

1.Introducing the
concepts of discrete
distribution.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

variables

## 1. identify continuous random variables;

2. relate the probability density function and cumulative
distribution function of a continuous random variable;
3. use the probability density function and cumulative
distribution function of a continuous random variable;
4. calculate the mean and variance of a continuous random
variable;

1.

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## 1. use the probability function of a binomial distribution, and

find its mean and variance;
2. use the binomial distribution as a model for solving
problems related to science and technology;

1.Introducing the
Binomial distribution.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

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## 1. use the probability function of a Poisson distribution, and

identify its mean and variance;
2. use the Poisson distribution as a model for solving problems
related to science and technology;

1.

Week

Topic

Learning Outcome

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## Obeying the law

Carefulness
Rationality
Honesty
Diligence
Determinations
Cleanliness
Patience
Responsibility

Directive
Mastery
Metacognitive

Introducing the
concepts of
continuous
distribution.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

Introducing the
concepts of Poisson
distribution.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

Activities

Note

Pedagogy

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## 15.5 Normal distribution

16 Sampling and
Estimation

Week

1.Introducing the
concepts of Normal
distribution.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

Carefulness
Rationality
Honesty
Diligence
Determinations
Cleanliness
Patience
Responsibility

Directive
Mastery
Metacognitive

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## 1. identify the general features of a normal distribution, in

relation to its mean and standard deviation;
2. standardise a normal random variable and use the normal
distribution tables;
3. use the normal distribution as a model for solving problems
related to science and technology;
4. use the normal distribution, with continuity correction, as an
approximation to the binomial distribution, where
appropriate.

16.1 Sampling

Topic

## Candidates should be able to:

1. distinguish between a population and a sample, and between 1.Introducing the
a parameter and a statistic;
sampling.
2. identify a random sample;
2.Teacher gives some
3. identify the sampling distribution of a statistic;
examples, exercises
4. determine the mean and standard deviation of the sample
and discussion.
mean;
5. use the result that X has a normal distribution if X has a
normal distribution;
6. use the central limit theorem;
7. determine the mean and standard deviation of the sample
proportion;
8. use the approximate normality of the sample proportion for a
sufficiently large sample size;

Learning Outcome

Activities

Note

Pedagogy

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Week

16.2 Estimation

## 1. calculate unbiased estimates for the population mean and

population variance;
2. calculate an unbiased estimate for the population proportion;
3. determine and interpret a confidence interval for the
population mean based on a sample from a normally
distributed population with known variance;
4. determine and interpret a confidence interval for the
population mean based on a large sample;
5. find the sample size for the estimation of population mean;
6. determine and interpret a confidence interval for the
population proportion based on a large sample;
7. find the sample size for the estimation of population
proportion.

17 Hypothesis Testing

## Candidates should be able to:

17 Hypothesis Testing

## 1. explain the meaning of a null hypothesis and an alternative

hypothesis;
2. explain the meaning of the significance level of a test;
3. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean
for a normally distributed population with known variance;
4. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean
in the case where a large sample is used;
5. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population
proportion by direct evaluation of binomial probabilities;
6. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population
proportion using a normal approximation.

Topic

Learning Outcome

1.Introducing the
estimation.
2.Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion.

## Obeying the law

Carefulness
Rationality
Honesty
Diligence
Determinations
Cleanliness
Patience
Responsibility

Directive
Mastery
Metacognitive

1. Introducing the
hypothesis testing.
2. Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion

Activities

Note

Pedagogy

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18 Chi-squared Tests

## Candidates should be able to:

18 Chi-squared Tests

## 1. explain the meaning of a null hypothesis and an alternative

hypothesis;
2. explain the meaning of the significance level of a test;
3. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean
for a normally distributed population with known variance;
4. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population mean
in the case where a large sample is used;
5. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population
proportion by direct evaluation of binomial probabilities;
6. carry out a hypothesis test concerning the population
proportion using a normal approximation.

Coursework

## Candidates should be able to:

Briefing on coursework

## 1. plan to carry out Assignment C,

2. raise possible problems faced,
3. revise resultant velocity, if necessary.

Facilitating coursework
proper.

## 4. carry out assignment,

Facilitating coursework
proper.

## 5. refer to relevant sources related to the assignment,

6. seek advice and reasonable aids related to the
assignment,

Submission of
coursework

## 1. Introducing the Chisquared tests.

2. Teacher gives some
examples, exercises
and discussion

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## UJIAN PRA PENTAKSIRAN STPM PENGGAL 3 (28/9/2015 1/10/2015)

Topic

Learning Outcome

Directive
Mastery
Metacognitive

1.Teacher gives
briefing and
guideline.
2.Students carry out
assignment C.
Teacher acts as
facilitator.
3.Students carry out
assignment C.
4. Teacher acts as
facilitator.
5.Teacher assesses
assignment report and
conducts viva.

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Week

Carefulness
Rationality
Honesty
Diligence
Determinations
Cleanliness
Patience
Responsibility

Activities

Note

Pedagogy

Revision
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## Candidates should be able to:

13 Data Description
14 Probability

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15 Probability
Distributions
16 Sampling and
Estimation

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17 Hypothesis Testing
18 Chi-squared Tests

Week

Topic

## 7. To reinforce and consolidate the knowledge and skills

which students have learned.
8. To expose students to the types of real STPM
examination questions.

1.Revision, solving
passed years
examination
questions , solving
from reference
books.
2.Doing exercises
and discussing the
techniques of
solving problems.

## 1.To reinforce and consolidate the knowledge and skills which

students have learned.
2.To expose students to the types of real STPM examination
questions.

1.Revision, solving
passed years
examination
questions , solving
from reference
books.
2.Doing exercises
and discussing the
techniques of
solving problems.

## 1.To reinforce and consolidate the knowledge and skills which

students have learned.
2.To expose students to the types of real STPM examination
questions.

1.Revision, solving
passed years
examination
questions , solving
from reference
books.
2.Doing exercises
and discussing the
techniques of
solving problems.

Learning Outcome

Activities

Responsibility
Cooperation
Determinations
Diligence
Carefulness

Note

Cooperative

Pedagogy

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## 1.To answer the questions in Paper 3 with confident.

1.Doing exercise on
Past Year Papers,
model Paper, Trial
Examination Papers
from other States.
Discussion.

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Responsibility
Cooperation
Determinations
Diligence
Carefulness

Cooperative