S1.N1.b Compare big numbers up to billions and decimals in the context of money, mass and height.
S1.N1.c Use algebra discs, or the AlgeDisc application in AlgeTools, to make sense of addition, subtraction and multiplication involving negative integers and develop proficiency in the four operations of integers.
S1.N1.d Discuss examples of fractions and decimals found in the real world such as recipes and supermarket shopping.
S1.N1.e Explain the algebraic and geometric meanings of squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots, e.g. the cube root of 8 is the number whose cube is 8, and it is the edge length of a cube whose volume is 8 cubic units.
S1.N2.b Use the AlgeBar application in AlgeTools to express the ratio of 2 or 3 quantities in pictorial form.
S1.N2.c Make connections between ratios and fractions, use appropriate mathematical language to describe the relationship, For example, The ratio of A to B is 2:3 "is the same as "A is 2/3 of B", or "B is 3/2 of A".
S1.N3.1 expressing percentage as a fraction or decimal
S1.G1.a Look for and discuss examples of different types of angles that can be found in their environment so that students would have a better understanding of the connection of geometry to the real world.
S1.G1.b Use GSP or other dynamic geometry software to discover the relationships of the angles formed by two parallel lines and a transversal.
S1.G2.1 line and rotational symmetry of plane figures
S1.S1.a Carry out a statistical project which involves data collection, representation and interpretation, involving the use of a spreadsheet such as Microsoft Excel to tabulate and represent data, e.g. conduct a survey of schoolmates on their favourite food and drinks for breakfast.
S1.S1.b Explore different data representations used in the media (newspaper/internet) and comment on their appropriateness.
S1.S1.c Explain how some data representations are misleading and can lead to erroneous interpretations.
S1.S1.d Compare two sets of data using appropriate statistical diagrams such as line graphs on the same axes.
S1.R Real-World Context
S1.R1 Problems derived from real-world
S1.R1.1 Real-world contexts such as
S1.R1.1.1 profit and loss (exclude use of the terms 'percentage profit' and 'percentage loss')