WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SET I

Definition of set

Set notation methods

Types of set:

Null set

Singleton

Finite

Infinite

Universal

Power set

Number of elements

i. Teacher: Guides the students to define the types of sets and their notation.
ii. Students: use different methods to present sets.
Instructional Resources: charts of sets using the different methods of notation etc.

2

SET II
i. set operations
a. union
b. intersection
c. Venn diagrams and applications up to 3 set problem

Teacher: guides students to draw Venn diagrams and how to use them to solve problems.
Students: solve problems involving set operations and Venn diagram.
Instructional Resources: charts of different operations and of 2set, 3sets Venn diagram etc.

3

INDICES
i. laws of indices
ii. application of indices
iii. Indicial equations

Teacher: Drills the students on calculations involving the use of the laws of indices
Students: study the steps in solving indicial equations.
Instructional Resource: charts on laws of indices and solutions of indicial equations etc.

4

LOGARITHMS
i. laws of logarithms
ii. change of base of logarithms

Teacher: Drills the students on problems involving the laws of logarithms
Students: solve problems involving the use of the laws.
Instructional Resources: charts of the laws of logarithms and the rule of change of base of logarithms illustrated with examples etc.

5

COORDINATE GEOMETRY(The straight line I)
i. Midpoint of a line segment
ii. Gradient of a straight line
iii. Distance between two points

Teacher: guides the students to determine the distance between two point.
Students: determine problems on the straight line.
Instructional Resources: charts on various ideas on the straight line etc.

6

COORDINATE GEOMETRY (The straight line II)
i. Conditions for parallelism and perpendicular
ii. Equation of a line

Teacher: leads the students to determine the condition for parallelism and perpendicularity.
Students: derive the equation of a line in different forms.
Instructional Resources: charts of equation of a line in different form.

7

COORDINATE GEOMETRY (The straight line III)
i. Transforming nonlinear relationship into linear form.
ii. Areas of triangles and quadrilaterals.

Teacher: guides students to determine the areas of triangles and quadrilaterals where the coordinates of the vertices are given.
Students: transform relations into linear forms.
Instructional Resources: charts of transformed relationship etc.

8

SURDS
i. Definition of surds
ii. Rules for manipulating surds
iii. Rationalization of the denominators of surds

Teacher: guides students to the rules for manipulating surds
Students: work on examples on rationalizing the denominator
Instructional Resources: charts of the rules for manipulating surds.

9

TRIGONEMETRIC RATIOS OF SPECIAL ANGLES
i. Trigonometric Ratio of 30^{o}, 45^{o} and 60^{o}
ii. Application of trigonometric ratio 30^{o}, 45^{o} and 60^{o} to solve problems without the use of tables.

Teacher: guides students to derive trigonometric ratios of 30^{o}, 45^{o} and 60^{o}
Students: derive trigonometric ratios of 30^{o}, 45^{o} and 60^{o}.
Instructional Resources: plane figures of rightangled triangles showing angles of 30^{o}, 45^{o} and 60^{o}.

10

LOGICAL REASONING
i. The truth table
ii. Using p or q, p and q (pvq; p_{^}q)
iii. P=>q, p<=>q
iv. Rule, of syntax, simple true or false statement.

Teacher: guides the students to construct truth table.
Students: solve practical problems involving the truth table.
Instructional Resources: Charts showing examples on truth table.
Instructional Resources: charts showing examples on truth table.

11

LOGICAL REASONING
i. Rules of logic application to argument
ii. Implication and deduction.

Teacher: leads the students on the rules of implication and deduction
Students: solve problems on antecedents and consequences of statements
Instructional Resources: charts showing conditional statements.

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