our expert: SOON HONG TAN
Soon Hong has more than 10 years’ experience teaching Elementary and Additional Mathematics. His experience also includes teaching Mathematics and Statistics modules for a variety of degree programmes such as those offered by Manchester University, University of London, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, University of Western Australia, and University of Newcastle.
Soon Hong has a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computer Science), Masters of Applied Science (Statistics) from College of William and Mary and Post Graduate Diploma in Secondary School Education from the National Institute of Education.
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With an aim of helping students use mathematical approaches for problem solving, this course features the teaching of mathematical concept for continuous learning in maths and to support learning in other subjects.
Secondary 3&4: e-math
In these two critical years, this course aims to equip students with mathematical concept application in problem solving and examination techniques, so as to develop students' confidence for the O-Level examinations.
secondary 3&4: a-math
This course aims to prepare students with advanced mathematical concepts and application skills so as to help them perform confidently in their examinations during these two critical years.
We aim to help students use the mathematical approach for problem solving by teaching key mathematical concepts.
1. Number and Algebra
Numbers and their operations, Ratio and proportion, Percentage, Rate and speed, Algebraic expressions and formulae, Functions and graphs, Equations and inequalities, Set language and notation, Matrices, and Problems in real world contexts
2. Geometry and Measurement
Angles, triangles and polygons, Congruence and similarity, Properties of circles, Pythagoras’ theorem and trigonometry, Mensuration, Coordinate geometry, Vectors in two dimensions, and Problems in real world contexts
3. Statistics and Probability
Data analysis, and Probability
Equations and Inequalities, Indices and surds, Polynomials and Partial Fractions, Binomial expansion, Power, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Modulus functions,
2. Geometry and Trigonometry
Trigonometric functions, identities and equation, Coordinate geometry in two dimension, and Proofs in plane geometry
Differentiation and integration
Download the updated syllabus for 2017 here.