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Course information, Outline and Introduction to GCE O-level Mathematics Syllabus and Curriculum for Secondary Schools. MOE SEAB GCE Ordinary level Mathematics (A and E Maths) Syllabus for the Express Stream from Secondary 1 to 4.
This article is an overview of the GCE O-level Mathematics Courses available to Secondary Express Students attending MOE Secondary Schools.
Recap of Primary PSLE Syllabus. With in-depth and advancement upon:
the Four Operations,
Integers, Fractions, real Numbers,
Geometry and Angles
Perimeter and Area
Volume and Surface Area of Prism and Cylinders
Statistics- Line Graph, Pie Chart etc.
New to Secondary 1 Mathematics students
Prime Numbers, HCF, LCM, Square root and Cube roots
Approximation and Estimation
Algebra Expansion and Factorisation
Algebra Equations and problem solving
Plotting of Cartesian Coordinate and Graphs
Polygons and Angles. Interior and Exterior Angles of Polygons
Geometrical Constructions and Angle/Perpendicular Bisectors
Secondary 1 Mathematics is an introduction to secondary level mathematics and a recap of previous skills learnt from PSLE Primary Syllabus. Only Elementary Mathematics is taught in Secondary 1.
Secondary 1 Mathematics teaches a broader approach into the use of mathematics and introduces a more general solution of using algebra to solve sums. It introduces the key concepts that will be further developed in the next few years the types of number systems, usage of ratio and proportion, angles, statistics, graphs, algebra and number patterns.
Streaming year and level of competence in mathematics will be tested to go into Science specific courses.
Direct and Inverse Proportions
Simultaneous Equations and Linear graphs
Expansion and Factorisation of Quadratic Expressions
Algebraic Fractions and Formulae
Linear And Quadratic Graphs
Congruence and Similarity
Trigonometric Ratios TOA CAH SOH
Volume and Surface Area of Pyramids Cones and Spheres
Mean Median Mode
Statistics and Diagrams
Streaming year. Secondary 2 Mathematics is algebra specific and develops upon Sec 1 work. The level of difficulty is higher due to the Streaming year into their upper secondary classes. Ability to option Additional Mathematics as a new O-level topic. Examinations and work throughout will filter students into their mathematical abilities. Algebra being the biggest hurdle. Pace of information delivery is hectic as compared to Sec 1 Mathematics.
Mathematics Courses Available: Elementary Mathematics and Additional Mathematics.
Mathematics forks out to Additional Mathematics and Elementary Mathematics. Another jump in pace and need to naturalise Additional Mathematics culture into their studies.
Part 1) Further exploration of
Quadratic Equations and Functions
Congruence and Similarity Tests
Graphs of functions and solution.
Part 2) New Topics of
Radian Measure, Arc Length and Area of Sectors
Indices and Standard Form
Area and Volume of Similar Figures and Solids
Geometrical Properties of Circles
Elementary Mathematics of Sec 3 introduces upper secondary concepts and 50% of the work are further developments of Sec 2 topics. Assumption that proficiency of algebra manipulation and Sec 1 and Sec 2 topics are well developed and efficiently applied to Sec 3 topics. New topics introduced in Sec 3 are heavily dependent on algebra manipulation and equation solving skills.
The 2 Year course in Additional Mathematics means different schools will be completing different chapters before the end of Sec 3. But generally, this will be before they start on Calculus topics of Differentiation and Integration.
Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
Indices Surds and Logarithms
Polynomials and Partial Fractions
Trigonometry, Identities, Double Angle Formula etc.
Proofs in Plane Geometry
Advanced concepts in Mathematics for students interested in attempting Pure Science Courses in JC and Science/Engineering Programmes in Polytechnic. Algebra is still de rigueur to do well in Additional Maths. Pace of information shall be quick and since all topics are fairly disconnected, students are required to learn different concepts that does not have a common bearing. It is taxing but essential subject for future relevant courses in tertiary education Kindly note that Singapore uses a distinctly different Addition Mathematics syllabus for GCE O-level as compared to other countries.
GCE O-level preparation begins. Separated into two distinct parts, new topics and revision. All topics are completed latest July, and revisions should begin and include doing all past year test papers and the TYS.
Revision from Sec1-4
Getting ready for and round up of the GCE O-level course. They are relatively digestible topics but essential to the overall outcome of a students’ education. The other half of the year should be spent ramping up in preparation of the O-level examinations.
Year 2 of 2 and completion of Additional Mathematics. Merging the previous years’ topics with Calculus-Differentiation and Integration.
Kinematics-Particle Motion on a straight line
Polarising students into liking Calculus or hating it. Differentiation, Integration and Kinematics will round up Additional Mathematics for the O-level. Taking everything that is taught in Sec 3 A maths and using it as components for Calculus means that students that has a good foundation will be able to handle Sec 4. Have a shaky foundation means that students will struggle trying to include previous topics when doing calculus. Getting distinctions requires students to be fast, meticulous and detailed. Knowing every linkages and heuristics to complete the whole O-level paper on time.