Matematik UPSR

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1. Nombor Bulat

Matematik UPSR dimulakan dengan topik Nombor Bulat. Terdapat beberapa subtopik dalam topik ini. Nombor bulat ialah nombor yang bermula dari 1 sampailah nombor  berjuta-juta (mengikut sukatan Tahun 6). Jadi, murid Tahun 6 akan diajar menyebut nombor yang ada 7 digit, dan nombor 7 digit yang paling senang ialah 1 juta (1,000,000). Dalam subtopik 1.1 Menamakan dan Menulis Nombor, nombor yang agak sukar sedikit akan diajarkan, macam nombor 1 juta 4 ratus 5 puluh ribu 2 ratus 5 puluh, murid akan diajar untuk menulisnya dalam angka iaitu 1 450 250. Murid juga akan belajar untuk menulis daripada angka kepada perkataan. Lihat contoh di bawah.

Menamakan dan menulis nombor dalam topik Nombor Bulat. Ihsan daripada

Kemudian, pada subtopik 1.2, murid akan belajar bagaimana menentukan nilai tempat dan digit. Murid mungkin tak faham apa yang dimaksudkan dengan nilai tempat. Guru EasyTuition akan menerangkannya. Lihat contoh di bawah:

Bagaimana menentukan nilai tempat dan digit dalam topik Nombor Bulat. Ihsan daripada

Subtopik yang seterusnya ialah 1.3 Menyatakan Nombor Bulat Dalam Pecahan dan Perpuluhan Dalam Sebutan Juta. Subtopik ini dimulakan dengan guru mengajar bagaimana nak tukar nombor perpuluhan kepada nombor bulat.

Menukar nombor perpuluhan kepada nombor bulat dalam topik Nombor Bulat.  Ihsan daripada

Kemudian, murid akan diajar juga bagaimana untuk menukar nombor bulat kepada nombor perpuluhan dalam sebutan juta. Ini adalah proses berbalik (1 600 000 kepada 1.6 juta). Itulah antara yang akan diajar oleh guru EasyTuition dan dipelajari oleh murid tahun 6 dalam topik Nombor Bulat. Untuk melihat sebahagian daripada pengajaran ini, sila klik video di bawah. Selamat Belajar!

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List of Topics (in English term) - Mathematics UPSR Year 6

Name and write numbers up to seven digits.

Determine the place value of the digits in any whole number up to seven digits.

Express whole numbers in decimals and fraction of a million and vice versa.

Compare number values up to seven digits.

Round off numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands and millions.

Add any two to four numbers up to 9 999 999. Subtract: (1) one number from a bigger number less than10 000 000. (2) successively from a bigger number less than 10 000 000

Multiply up to six-digit numbers with a) a one digit number, b) a two-digit number, c) 10, 100 and 1000

Divide numbers of up to seven digits by a) a one-digit number,b) 10, 100 and 1 000,c) two-digit number.

Solve a) addition, b)subtraction, c)multiplication, d) division problems involving numbers up to seven digits.

i. Compute mixed operations problems involving addition and multiplication. ii. Compute mixed operations problems involving subtraction and division.iii. Compute mixed operationsproblems involving brackets. iv. Solve problems involving mixed operations on numbers of up to seven digits.

Add three mixed numbers with the same denominator of up to 10. ii. Add three mixed numbers with different denominator of up to 10. Solve problems involving addition of mixed numbers

Subtract involving three mixed numbers with the same denominator of up to 10. ii. Subtract involving three mixed numbers with different denominator of up to 10. iii. Solve problems involving subtraction

Multiply mixed numbers with a whole number. ii. Divide fractions with a) a whole number b) a fraction

Divide mixed numbers with a) a whole number b) a fraction.

Add and subtract three to four decimal numbers of up to 3 decimal places, involving a) decimal numbers only b) whole numbers and decimal numbers.

i. Convert mixed numbers to percentage.ii. Convert decimal numbers of value more than 1 topercentage. iii. Find the value for a given percentage of a quantity. iv. Solve problems in real context involving relationships between percentage, fractions and decimals.

i. Perform mixed operations with money up to a value of RM10 million. ii. Solve problems in real context involving computation of money.




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How to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better

For Teachers, Tutors, and Parents

  1. Be engaged. Surprise. Sometimes students are bored because they know more than is being taught, maybe even more than a teacher. (Hopefully teachers will assess what each student already knows.) Students should discuss with a teacher if they feel that the material being covered is not challenging. Also consider asking for additional materials.

  2. Teach yourself. Teachers cannot always change their curricula. If you're not being challenged, challenge yourself. Some countries still apply country-wide exams for all students. If your lecturer didn't cover a topic, you should learn it on your own. Don't wait for someone to teach you. Lectures are most effective when you've pre-introduced yourself to concepts.

  3. Collaborate. If studying by yourself isn't working, maybe a study group will help.

  4. Do unto others: teach something. The best way to learn something better is to teach it to someone else. It forces you to learn, if you are motivated enough to share your knowledge.

  5. Write about it. An effective way to "teach" something is to create an FAQ or a wiki containing everything you know about a topic. Or blog about the topic. Doing so helps you to realize what you know and more importantly what you don't. You don't even have to spend money if you grab a freebie account with Typepad, Wordpress, or Blogger.

  6. Learn by experience. Pretty obvious, right? It means put in the necessary time. An expert is often defined as someone who has put in 10,000 hours into some experience or endeavor. That's approximately 5 years of 40 hours per week, every week. Are you an expert without realizing it? If you're not, do you have the dedication to be an expert?

  7. Quiz yourself. Testing what you've learned will reinforce the information. Flash cards are one of the best ways, and are not just for kids.

  8. Learn the right things first. Learn the basics. Case in point: a frustrating way to learn a new language is to learn grammar and spelling and sentence constructs first. This is not the way a baby learns a language, and there's no reason why an adult or young adult has to start differently, despite "expert" opinion. Try for yourself and see the difference.

  9. Plan your learning. If you have a long-term plan to learn something, then to quote Led Zeppelin, "There are two paths you can go by." You can take a haphazard approach to learning, or you can put in a bit of planning and find an optimum path. Plan your time and balance your learning and living.

Self-Motivation Techniques

  1. Give yourself credit. Ideas are actually a dime a dozen. If you learn to focus your mind on what results you want to achieve, you'll recognize the good ideas. Your mind will become a filter for them, which will motivate you to learn more.

  2. Motivate yourself. Why do you want to learn something? What do want to achieve through learning? If you don't know why you want to learn, then distractions will be far more enticing.

  3. Set a goal. W. Clement Stone once said "Whatever the mind of man can conceive, it can achieve." It's an amazing phenomenon in goal achievement. Prepare yourself by whatever means necessary, and hurdles will seem surmountable. Anyone who has experienced this phenomenon understands its validity.

  4. Think positive. There's no point in setting learning goals for yourself if you don't have any faith in your ability to learn.

  5. Organize, part 2. Learning is only one facet of the average adult's daily life. You need to organize your time and tasks else you might find it difficult to fit time in for learning. Try Neptune for a browser-based application for "getting things done."

  6. Every skill is learned. With the exception of bodily functions, every skill in life is learned. Generally speaking, if one person can learn something, so can you. It may take you more effort, but if you've set a believable goal, it's likely an achievable goal.

  7. Prepare yourself for learning. Thinking positive isn't sufficient for successfully achieving goals. This is especially important if you are an adult, as you'll probably have many distractions surrounding your daily life. Implement ways to reduce distractions, at least for a few hours at a time, else learning will become a frustrating experience.

  8. Prepare yourself, part 2. Human nature is such that not everyone in your life will be a well-wisher in your self-improvement and learning plans. They may intentionally or subconsciously distract you from your goal. If you have classes to attend after work, make sure that work colleagues know this, that you are unable to work late. Diplomacy works best if you think your boss is intentionally giving you work on the days he/she knows you have to leave. Reschedule lectures to a later time slot if possible/ necessary.

  9. Constrain yourself. Most people need structure in their lives. Freedom is sometimes a scary thing. It's like chaos. But even chaos has order within. By constraining yourself — say giving yourself deadlines, limiting your time on an idea in some manner, or limiting the tools you are working with — you can often accomplish more in less time.

Source of articles: Online Education Database



UPSR Result: Fewer straight As This Year

PUTRAJAYA: Pupils' performance in this year's Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) saw a 0.02 point decrease in the Average National Grade (GPN). Education director-general Datuk Seri Dr Khair Mohamad Yusof said the GPN decreased from 2.27 (2013) to 2.29 but it should be looked at positively. However, he said this year’s GPN was better against 2011 (2.30) and 2012 (2.31).

The GPN and the Average Subject Grade (GPMP) which gauge candidates' performance in specific subjects, operate on a decreasing scale where a lower index value indicates better candidate achievement.

He added that the percentage of candidates who scored below the required minimum achievement (all Ds or Es or a combination of both grades) decreased by 0.49 per cent, from 3.36 per cent in 2013 to 2.87 per cent this year.

A total of 36,304 pupils scored straight As compared to 42,646 last year, Khair said when announcing the UPSR results analysis here today.Despite this, five subjects, including English and Bahasa Melayu (Penulisan) saw an increase in GPMP.A total of 478,848 Year Six pupils nationwide sat for the examination from Sept 9 to 11.

Several examination papers namely, Science, English, Mathematics and Tamil Language were leaked, forcing the pupils to resit on Sept 30, Oct 9 and Oct 30. - NST

UPSR Results Show dip in GPN

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 26 (Bernama) -- The overall performance of the 2014 Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) candidates saw a 0.02 decline in Average National Grade (GPN) with GPN of 2.29 this year compared to 2.27 in 2013.

Education director-general Datuk Seri Dr Khair Mohamad Yusof said in spite of the decline, the GPN this year was much better than in 2011 which registered 2.3 points and 2.31 points in 2012 and this should be viewed positively.

A smaller GPN value shows better performance by candidates. Khair said 36,304 candidates or 7.89 per cent of the 460,407 candidates who sat for the examination scored straight A's this year.

"This shows a drop of 1.26 per cent compared to 2013, where 42,646 candidates excelled in all subjects," he said in announcing the UPSR result analysis at the ministry, here, today.

In SARAWAK, 1,862 candidates scored straight A's, a decline of 0.08 per cent from 1,916 candidates last year.

State Education Department director Serina Sauni said, in spite of the dip,the number of schools with 100 per cent passes increased to 116 from 84 schools last year.

In TERENGGANU, Education Department Assessment and Evaluation Sector head, Mohammed Embong said the state's GPN increased by 0.06 point to 2.14 from 2.20 achieved in 2013, and this figure was above the national level GPN of 2.29 points.

However the number of students who scored A's in all subjects decreased by 1.90 per cent or 476 candidates compared to last year.

This year, only 2,563 or 12.10 per cent of the total 21,099 students scored straight As compared to 3,039 students last year, he said when announcing the UPSR result analysis at the Education Department in Kuala Terengganu today.

"Based on the analysis, the main factor for lesser students scoring straight As was their performance in the Science subject, where 1,286 students or 55.70 per cent scored 4A 1B as they only managed a B in Science.

"Nevertheless, the UPSR results this year are the best achievement in 14 years in terms of good scores with minimum of Grade C for all subjects and an increase in GPN," he said.

In PERAK, 2,847 candidates or 7.6 per cent of the 37,479 who sat for the UPSR scored A in all subjects this year.

State Education director Mohd Idris Ramli said the percentage of candidates achieving excellent results, however, saw a slight decrease compared to 8.49 per cent last year.

In NEGERI SEMBILAN, 1,833 or 10.5 per cent of the 17.510 UPSR candidates achieved the excellent score of 5A's or 7A's. State Education deputy director Pkharuddin Ghazali said in terms of scoring all A's, the gap between urban and rural students decreased from 4.4 per cent to 3.5 per cent.

KELANTAN recorded a commendable performance in the UPSR this year when the state attained a GPN of 2.16 points, better than the national GPN of 2.29 points.

State Education Department deputy director Ab Aziz Abdullah said the state GPN remained the same as last year's.

A total of 3,600 UPSR candidates or 11.15 per cent of the total of 31,987 in the state scored A in all subjects, he said in Kota Bharu today.

In SELANGOR, only 6,593 candidates or 7.76 per cent of the total of 85,392 scored A in all subjects, a drop of 1.63 per cent over last year's figure.

According to state Education director Zainuren Mohd Nor, 7,914 candidates excelled in all subjects last year.

He said the state's average grade showed a 0.04 per cent increase with an achievement of 2.22 this year compared to 2.18 points last year.

In SABAH, 1,231 of the 44,427 candidates were tops in the UPSR, an increase of 0.14 per cent over last year's achievement.

State Education director, Datuk Jame Alip said in terms of GPN, Sabah registered an improvement with 2.71 points, compared to 2.76 last year and this was the best attained in five years.

In JOHOR, there was a drop of 1.12 per cent in the number of candidates with straight A's, to 4,811 this year from 5,533 last year.

In KUALA LUMPUR, the number of students with excellent results this year decreased by 1.88 per cent with only 1,681 candidates compared to 2,108 last year.

Federal Territory Education director Datin Nawal Salleh said the state's average grade too declined by 0.05 point to 2.21 points registered this year from 2.16 last year.

In KEDAH, the overall percentage of passes increased by 2.19 per cent, while 2,831 of the 34,623 UPSR candidates obtained Grade A in all subjects.

State Education director, Datin Azuyah Hassan said the state's average grade, however, declined to 29.2 points from 27.2 last year.

The overall passes for rural schools was 65.74 per cent and for urban schools, it was 75.29 per cent, showing a narrowing in gap between rural and urban schools in the state.

In MELAKA, there was a slight drop in the overall UPSR performance when it registered a GPN of 2.15 compared to 2.13 points last year, said Melaka Education director Datuk Md Rashid Hussin.

He said the number of top UPSR candidates also dropped to 9.21 per cent, with only 1,242 out of the 13,714 candidates scoring A in all subjects.

Last year, 10.4 per cent or 1,443 of the 13,917 candidates scored all A's.

In PAHANG, 2,257 candidates or 9.22 per cent of the total of 24,491 scored excellent results, a drop of 1.92 per cent compared to last year, said state Education Assessment and Examination Sector head, Mohd Razali Mustafar.

The drop was due to students' performance in the Science subject which was quite difficult and required a high-level thinking skill, he said.



THE results of the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) 2014 i is expected to be announced on Nov 26, says Education director-general Datuk Dr Khair Mohamad Yusof. He said the new date was a week later than the one previously announced, following the leak in four examination papers recently.

"We were initially expected to announce the results before the school holidays but that has now been delayed by a week. "However, the delay does not jeopardise the entry process into secondary or residential schools," he said after visiting SJKT Convent, Seremban 2, in Seremban on Thursday.

Earlier, Dr Khair, who visited four other schools in the district, said the ministry was satisfied with the examination process for the Mathematics and Tamil papers.“I am very happy with the preparedness of the pupils, teachers and school management.

“I have praised the teachers and schools for their assistance in giving revision materials, support and motivation to the candidates,” he added.According to records, Dr Khair said 473,175 candidates registered to resit the examination.

The Science, English, Mathematics and Tamil language papers were leaked and pupils had to resit them.The resit for the papers went smoothly in all states including Sabah which had recently experienced severe flooding in many area - BERNAMA.


NST - Khair said there were 8,299 examination centres in schools nationwide, which were set up for candidates to sit for the Mathematics paper, and 522 centres for the Tamil paper.

On Sept 22, the ministry decided to cancel the Mathematics 015/1 (national schools), 025/1 (Chinese schools), 035/1 (Tamil schools) and Bahasa Tamil 036, 037 papers for the UPSR held on Sept 10, after they were confirmed to have been leaked. Meanwhile, checks showed the UPSR examination resit went smoothly nationwide.In Kuala Lumpur, a spokesman for the Kuala Lumpur Education Department said 21,024 pupils took the repeat examination for Mathematics and Tamil at 254 examination centres. 

SJKT Vivekananda pupil, Kausalyah Jeganathan, 12, was initially upset at having to repeat the tests, but thanks to the extra revision, she said the resit papers were much easier.In Penampang, the authorities went the extra mile to make sure those affected by the recent floods here sat for the exam yesterday.

Sabah Education director Datuk Jame Alip said six teachers were flown by helicopters to invigilate pupils from three remote schools on the Crocker Range. He said another 22 pupils, whose homes were inaccessible because of the floods, were put up at a hotel here a day earlier. Additional reporting by Avila Geraldine and Gayatharie Menon SuthakaR


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Last updated: 10/2/2015

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