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TRANSFORMATIONS 10 II
10.1 Understand and use the concepts of similarity.
10.2 Understand and use the concepts of enlargement.
I.
Identify if given shapes are similar.
II.
Calculate the lengths of unknown sides of two similar shapes.
III.
Identify an enlargement.
IV.
Find the scale factor, given the object and its image of an enlargement when:
a) scale factor > 0
b) scale factor < 0.
Whiteboard, textbook, Workbook
1. Emphasise that for a triangle, if the corresponding angles are equal, then the
corresponding sides are proportional.
2. Emphasise the case of reduction.
3. Emphasise the case when scale factor = 1
4. Assessment PPPM workbook
5. Summary scale factor
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Scale drawing III


9.1 Understand the concepts of scale drawings.
Solve problems involving scale drawings
Whiteboard, worksheet, Workbook
1. Discussion:
Limit objects to two dimensional geometric shapes.
Emphasise on the accuracy of the drawings.
Include grids of different sizes.
Emphasise that grids should be drawn on the original shapes.
2. Assessment PPPM workbook
3. Summary formula on scale drawing
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4.0 REPRODUCTION AND GROWTH


4.1 Analysing gamete formation
I.
explain the necessity for organisms to reproduce
II.
state types of reproduction
III.
explain the necessity for formation of gametes
IV.
describe formation of sperm in humans
V.
describe formation of ovum in humans
VI.
compare the formation of sperm with that of ovum
Whiteboard, Powerpoint, Workbook
1. Discuss the following:
a) the necessity to reproduce
b) the two types of reproduction
c) the necessity for formation of gametes
the relationship between urine formation and excretion
2. Study diagrams of the stages in the formation of a sperm and an ovum.
3. Compare the formation of a sperm with that of an ovum
4. Assessment Workbook
5. Summary concept map on the formation of ovum and sperm
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Scale drawing III


9.1 Understand the concepts of scale drawings.
I.

Sketch shapes:
a) of the same size as the object
b) smaller than the object
c) larger than the object using grid papers.
II.
Draw geometric shapes according to scale 1 : n, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,
III.
iii. Draw composite shapes according to a given scale using:
a) grid papers
b) blank papers.
IV.
Redraw shapes on grids of different sizes.
I.
Solve problems involving scale drawings
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1. Limit objects to two dimensional geometric shapes.


2. Emphasise on the accuracy of the drawings.
3. Include grids of different sizes.
4. Emphasise that grids should be drawn on the original shapes.
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MATEMATIK PPT
Discussion of MAT questions
Students able to do correction
Whiteboard, exam paper, Workbook
1. Teacher distributes exam papers.
2. Activity:
Explanation Check the answer based on the answer scheme given
Discussion question 1 until 10
3. Assessment Students do correction
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COORDINATION AND RESPONSE
3.4 Synthesising the concept of homeostasis in humans
VII.
relate changes in blood osmotic pressure to urine output
VIII.
describe the formation of urine
IX.
relate the formation of urine to excretion
X.
describe briefly the mechanism of osmoregulation
XI.
predict the consequences of impaired kidney function
Whiteboard, exam paper paper 2, Workbook
6. Discuss the following:
a) the relationship between the regulation of osmotic pressure and the formation
of urine
b) the formation of urine
c) the relationship between urine formation and excretion
7. Draw and label the following structures:
a) kidney
b) nephron
8. View computer simulations and draw a schematic diagram on the process of
urine formation and
discuss the following processes:
a) ultrafiltration
b) reabsorption
c) secretion.
9. Draw a schematic diagram on the action of antidiuretic hormone (ADH), and
discuss the following:
a) the process of osmoregulation
by the kidneys,
b) negative feedback control in osmoregulation.
10. discuss the following:
a) haemodialysis,
b) kidney donation and kidney transplant.
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COORDINATION AND RESPONSE
Scale drawing III
9.1 Understand the concepts of scale drawings.
II.
Solve problems involving scale drawings
Whiteboard, worksheet, Workbook
1. Limit objects to two dimensional geometric shapes.
2. Emphasise on the accuracy of the drawings.
3. Include grids of different sizes.
4. Emphasise that grids should be drawn on the original shapes.
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8 SOLID GEOMETRY III


8.1 Understand and use the concepts of volumes of right prisms and right circular
cylinders to solve problems.
8.2 Understand and use the concept of volumes of right pyramids and right circular
cones to solve problems.
i. Derive the formula for volume of:
a) cone
ii. Calculate the volume of a cone in cubic units given the height and:
a) the area of the base
b) dimensions of the base.
iii. Calculate the height of a cone given the volume and the area of the base.
iv. Calculate the area of the base of a cone given the volume and the height.
Whiteboard, Textbook, Workbook
5. Induction: pyramid, dimension of cone
6. Activity:
Explanation Include bases of circle
Discussion calculate volume, height and base area.
7. Assessment SP, PPPM Workbook
8. Summary: formula of volume of cone

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8 SOLID GEOMETRY III


8.1 Understand and use the concepts of volumes of right prisms and right circular
cylinders to solve problems.
8.2 Understand and use the concept of volumes of right pyramids and right circular
cones to solve problems.
i. Derive the formula for volume of:
a) cone
ii. Calculate the volume of a cone in cubic units given the height and:
a) the area of the base
b) dimensions of the base.
iii. Calculate the height of a cone given the volume and the area of the base.
iv. Calculate the area of the base of a cone given the volume and the height.
Whiteboard, Textbook, Workbook
1. Induction: pyramid, dimension of cone
2. Activity:
Explanation Include bases of circle
Discussion calculate volume, height and base area.
3. Assessment SP, PPPM Workbook
4. Summary: formula of volume of cone

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8 SOLID GEOMETRY III


8.4 Apply the concept of volumes to solve problems involving composite solids.

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I.
Calculate the volume of a composite solid.
II.
Solve problems involving volumes of composite solids.
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1. Use concrete models to form composite solids.
2. Use examples from real-life situations.
3. Discussion on finding volume of composite solids
4. Assessment PPPM workbook
5. Summary formula of all solids
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COORDINATION AND RESPONSE


3.6 Understanding plant hormones
I.
state what plant hormones are
II.
give some examples of plant hormones
III.
infer the effects of auxins on growth responses
IV.
explain the role of auxins in tropism
V.
state the use of hormones in agriculture.
Whiteboard, exam paper paper 2, Workbook
1. Discuss the following:
a) the meaning of plant hormone,
b) plant hormones e.g. auxins, ethylene,

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c) effect of auxins based on scientific findings on phototropism,


d) role of auxins in phototropism and geotropism,
e) the use of hormones in agriculture.
2. Assessment Workbook
3. Summary concept map of plant hormones
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Scale drawing III


9.1 Understand the concepts of scale drawings.
I.

Sketch shapes:
a) of the same size as the object
b) smaller than the object
c) larger than the object using grid papers.
II.
Draw geometric shapes according to scale 1 : n, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,
III.
iii. Draw composite shapes according to a given scale using:
a) grid papers
b) blank papers.
IV.
Redraw shapes on grids of different sizes.
Whiteboard, worksheet, Workbook
1. Limit objects to two dimensional geometric shapes.
2. Emphasise on the accuracy of the drawings.
3. Include grids of different sizes.
4. Emphasise that grids should be drawn on the original shapes.
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CELL DIVISION
4.1 Understanding mitosis
I.
identify the phases in the cell cycle
II.
explain the process of mitosis and cytokinesis
III.
arrange the various stages of mitosis in the correct sequence
IV.
explain the effects of uncontrolled mitosis in living things
V.
describe the application of knowledge on mitosis in cloning
VI.
explain the advantages and disadvantages of cloning.
Whiteboard, exam paper, Workbook
1. Study charts to identify the various phases of the cell cycle.
2. Make models to demonstrate mitosis and cytokinesis.
3. Study the process of controlled and uncontrolled mitosis and cytokinesis through
video
4. debate or forum on cloning issues.
5. Assessmet Workbook
6. Summary concept map of mitosis
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Scale drawing III


9.1 Understand the concepts of scale drawings.
I.

II.
III.

Sketch shapes:
a) of the same size as the object
b) smaller than the object
c) larger than the object using grid papers.
Draw geometric shapes according to scale 1 : n, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,
iii. Draw composite shapes according to a given scale using:
a) grid papers
b) blank papers.

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IV.
Redraw shapes on grids of different sizes.
Whiteboard, worksheet, Workbook
1. Limit objects to two dimensional geometric shapes.
2. Emphasise on the accuracy of the drawings.
3. Include grids of different sizes.
4. Emphasise that grids should be drawn on the original shapes.
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CELL DIVISION
4.2 Understanding meiosis
I.
state the necessity for production of haploid gametes in sexual reproduction,
II.
state the significance of meiosis,
III.
identify the type of cell that undergoes meiosis,
IV.
explain the process of meiosis,
V.
arrange the various stages of meiosis in the correct order,
VI.
compare and contrast meiosis I and meiosis II,
VII.
compare and contrast meiosis and mitosis.
Whiteboard, exam paper, Workbook
1. Induction set:

Observe the process of meiosis through video.


Make models to show changes in chromosome behavior during meiosis I and
meiosis II
3. Use graphic organisers to compare and contrast:
a) Meiosis I and meiosis II,
b) Meiosis and mitosis.
4. Assessment Workbook
5. Summary concept map on Meiosis
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8 SOLID GEOMETRY III


8.1 Understand and use the concepts of volumes of right prisms and right circular
cylinders to solve problems.
8.2 Understand and use the concept of volumes of right pyramids and right circular
cones to solve problems.
i. Derive the formula for volume of:
a) cone
ii. Calculate the volume of a cone in cubic units given the height and:
a) the area of the base
b) dimensions of the base.
iii. Calculate the height of a cone given the volume and the area of the base.
iv. Calculate the area of the base of a cone given the volume and the height.
Whiteboard, Textbook, Workbook
1. Induction: pyramid, dimension of cone
2. Activity:
Explanation Include bases of circle
Discussion calculate volume, height and base area.
3. Assessment SP, PPPM Workbook
4. Summary: formula of volume of cone
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I.
4.