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PENANG FREE SCHOOL 2014 YEARLY LESSON PLAN - CHEMISTRY FORM 4 Week 1-2 02/01- 10/01 Learning Area

1. Introduction to Chemistry Learning Objectives 1.1 understanding chemistry and its importance. 1.2 Synthesizing scientific method 1.3 Incorporate scientific attitudes and values in conducting scientific investigations 2.1 Analysing matter 2.2 Synthesising atomic structure 2.3 Understanding isotopes and assessing their importance Maulidur Rasul Thaipusam Chinese New Year 3. Chemical Formulae and Equations 3.1 Applying Relatives Atomic Mass and Relative Molecular Mass 3.2 Analysing the relationship between the numbers of moles with the number of particles. 3.3 Analysing the relationship between the numbers of moles of a substance with it mass. 3.4 Analysing the relationship between the numbers of moles of a gas with its volume. 3.5 Synthesising chemical formulae 3.6 Interpreting chemical equations 3.7 Practicing scientific attitudes and values in investigating matter. 4.1 Analysing the Periodic Table of elements. 4.2 Analysing Group 18 elements. 4.3 Analysing Group 1 elements. 4.4 Analysing Group 17 elements. 4.5 Analysing transition elements in Periodic table. 4.6 Appreciating the existence of elements and their compounds. Act 3.1 To determine the empirical formula of copper(II) oxide. Act 3.2 to determine the empirical formula of magnesium oxide (PEKA 1) Act 3.3 To construct balanced equation Laboratory Activities Act 1.1 To carry out a scientific investigation using the scientific method

3 -5 13/01 - 31/01

2. The Structure of Atom

Act 2.1 To investigate the diffusion of particles in gas, liquid and solid. Act 2.2 To determine the melting and freezing point of naphthalene

14/01 17/01 30/01-4/02 6 -8 5/02-21/02

9 - 10 24/02 - 07/03

4. Periodic Tables of Elements

Act 4.1 To study the hardness, density and melting point of alkali metals Exp 4,1 To investigate the chemical properties of lithium, sodium and potassium Exp 4.2 To investigate the chemical properties of Group 17 elements. Exp 4.3 To study the properties of oxides of elements in Period 3.

11 10/03 - 14/03 12 17/03 - 21/03 22/03 - 30/03 13 - 15 31/03 - 18/04 5. Chemical Bonds

Progress Test 1 Kejohanan Sukan Tara Mid Term Break I 5.1 Understanding formation of compound 5.2 Synthesising ideas on formation of ionic bond. 5.3 Synthesising ideas on formation of covalent bond. 5.4 Analysing properties of ionic and covalent compound. Revision Week Act 5.1 To prepare ionic compound. Act 5.2 To illustrate the formation of covalent bond. Act 5.3 To compare the properties of ionic and covalent compound

16 21/04 25/04 17 - 20 28/04 - 23/05 21 26/05 -27/05 28/05 - 15/06 22 - 24 16/06 - 04/07 6. Electrochemistry

Mid Year Examination Kejohanan Olahraga Tahunan (saringan) Mid Year Break I 6.1 Understanding properties of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes. 6.2 Analysing electrolysis of molten compounds. 6.3 Analysing the electrolysis of aqueous solutions. 6.4 Evaluating electrolysis in industry. 6.5 Analysing voltaic cell. 6.6 Develop awareness and responsible practice. Act 6.1 To classify substance into electrolytes and nonelectrolytes Act 6.2 To investigate the electrolysis of molten lead (II) bromide, PbBr2 Act 6.3 To investigate the electrolysis of aqueous copper (II) sulphate, CuSO4 solution and dilute sulphuric acid, H2SO4 Exp 6.1 To investigate the effect of position of ions in the electrochemical series on selective discharge of ions at the electrodes. Try this 6.1 To predict the products of electrolysis of aqueous solution Exp 6.2 To investigate the effect of the concentration of ions on selective discharge of ions at the electrodes. Exp 6.3 To investigate the effects of specific electrodes on electrolytic process of an electrolysis Exp 6.4 To study the electroplating of an object with copper Exp 6.5 To show the production of electricity from chemical reaction to a simple voltaic cell Exp 6.6 To construct the electrochemical series

based on potential differences between metal (PEKA 2) Exp 6.7 To construct the electrochemical series using the principle of displacement of metals. 25 - 27 21/07 -25/07 7. Acids and Bases 7.1 Analysing characteristics and properties of acids and bases. 7.2 Synthesising the concepts of strong acids, weak acids, strong alkalis and weak alkalis. 7.3 Analysing concentration of acids and alkalis. 7.4 Analysing neutralisation Exp 7.1 To investigates the role of water in showing the properties of acids. Exp 7.2 To investigate the role of water in showing the properties of alkalis. Act 7.1 To study the chemical properties of acids. Act 7.2 To study the chemical properties of alkalis. Act 7.3 To measure the pH values of acid solutions with the same concentration. Act 7.4 To measure the pH values of alkali solutions with the same Act 7.5 To prepare a standard solution Act 7.6 To investigate the relationship between pH values with the molarity of acids and alkalis solutions. Act 7.7 To find the end point of titration of hydrochloric acid, HCl and sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution using and acid-base indicator (PEKA 3) Act 7.8 To find the end point of titration of hydrochloric acid, HCl and sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution using a computer interface

28 28/07 - 01/08 29 - 32 4/08 -25/08 8. Salts

Hari Raya Aidilfitri 8.1 Synthesising salts 8.2 Synthesising qualitative analysis of salts. 8.3 Practicing to be systematic and meticulous when carrying out activities. Exp 8.1 To study the solubility of nitrate, sulphate, carbonate and chloride salts. Act 8.1 To prepare soluble salts by mixing acids with alkalis Act 8.2 To prepare soluble salts by mixing acids with insoluble metal oxides Act 8.3 To prepare soluble salts by mixing acids with metal Act 8.4 To prepare soluble salts by mixing insoluble salts with insoluble metal carbonate Act 8.5 To observe samples of crystals Act 8.6 To prepare soluble salt by precipitation reaction Act 8.7 To construct a flow chart and prepare a specified salt. Exp 8.2 To construct the ionic equation for the formation of lead (II) chromate(IV) Act 8.8 To study the colour and solubility of salts in water

18/08 - 20/08 33 - 34 1/09 - 12/09 9. Manufactured Substances in Industry

Progress Test II 9.1 Understanding the manufacture of sulphuric acid. 9.2 Synthesising the manufacture of ammonia and its salts. 9.3 Understanding alloy. 9.4 Evaluating uses of synthesis polymers. 9.5 Applying uses of glass and ceramics. 9.7 Appreciating various synthetic industrial materials. Mid Term Break II Revision week End Year Examination Form 5 Chapter 5: Chemicals For Consumers 5.1 Analysing soap and detergent 5.2 Evaluating the use of food additives 5.3 Understanding medicine 5.4 Appreciating the existence of chemicals School holidays Act 5.1 To prepare soap Exp 9.1 To investigate the hardness of material and its alloy. Exp 9.2 To design an experiment to produce composite materials.

13/09 - 21/09 35 22/09 - 26/09 36 - 40 29/09 - 31/10 41 - 43 03/11 - 21/11

22/11 - 4/01

Checked by; .. (PN AKHBARHANA BT ABDULLAH) Ketua Panitia Kimia Penang Free School