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THEME: INTRODUCING CHEMISTRY


LEARNING AREA: 1. Introduction to chemistry
Learning Objectives:
1.1. Understanding Chemistry And Its Importance
1.2. Synthesising Scientific Method
1.3. Incorporate Scientific Attitudes And Values In Conducting Scientific Investigations
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Explain the meaning of chemistry,
List some common chemicals used in daily life,
State the uses of common chemicals in daily life,
List examples of occupations that require the knowledge of chemistry,
List chemical-based industries in malaysia,
Describe the contribution of chemical-based industries towards the development of the country.
Identify variables in a given situation,
Identify the relationship between two variables to form a hypothesis,
Design and carry out a simple experiment to test the hypothesis,
Record and present data in a suitable form,
Interpret data to draw a conclusion,
Write a report of the investigation.
Identify scientific attitudes and values practised by scientists in carrying out investigations,
Practise scientific attitudes and values in conducting scientific investigations.
Activities:
Engagement
Teacher show collection of the meaning and interpretation of the word Chemistry.
Teacher ask student to give their definition of chemistry.
Teacher show video about activities in laboratory
Exploration
Students are asked to discuss some examples of chemicals used in daily life such as sodium
chloride, calcium carbonate & acetic acid.
Students are asked to discuss the used of these chemicals in daily life.
Explaination
Teacher list out some chemical-based industries built in Malaysia from the chemical
discussed by students.
Elaboration
Teacher explains examples of some careers that need the knowledge of chemistry.
Evaluation
Students are asked to describe the methods used in scientific investigation such as
observation, making inference and hypothesis, tabulate a data and etc. from careers that
have been discussed earlier.
Language Focus:
Chemistry, chemicals, scientific investigation
Pedagogy:
Lecture

Exercises

Inquiry

ICT

Dare to try

Discussion

Demonstration

Mastery

Brainstorming

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Analytical &
critical thinking

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

Being
Systematic

Values:
Rational thinking, cooperative
Reflection:

Remarks:

Independent

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 2. The structure of the atom
Learning Objectives:
2.1 Analysing Matter
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

Describe the particulate nature of matter,

State the kinetic theory of matter,

Define atoms, molecules and ions,

Relate the change in the state of matter to the change in heat,

Relate the change in heat to the change in kinetic energy of particles,

Explain the inter-conversion of the states of matter in terms of kinetic theory of matter.
Activities:
Engagement

Teacher shows student a mineral water bottle

Students are asked to recall back what is matter


Exploration

Teacher re-explains what matter is


Explanation

Teacher describes the kinetic theory of matter that focus on movement of particles and forces of
attraction

Teacher defines what atoms, molecules, and ions is


Elaboration

Teacher displays the state of matter in solid (ice cube), liquid (water), and gas (vapor)

Teacher relate the change in state of matter to the change in heat and to the kinetic theory of
matter

Teacher explains the heating and cooling curve of naphthalene


Evaluation

Students are asked to describe the reason of the constant temperature of melting point and
freezing point
Language Focus:
Matter, kinetic theory of matter, atom, molecule, ion
Pedagogy:
Lecture
Discussion

Exercises
Demonstration

Inquiry
Mastery

ICT
Brainstorming

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Analytical &
critical thinking

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

Being
Systematic

Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.

Dare to try
Independent

Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 2. The structure of the atom
Learning Objectives:
2.1 Analysing Matter
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

Describe the particulate nature of matter,

State the kinetic theory of matter,

Define atoms, molecules and ions,

Relate the change in the state of matter to the change in heat,

Relate the change in heat to the change in kinetic energy of particles,

Explain the inter-conversion of the states of matter in terms of kinetic theory of matter.
Activities:

Teacher relate the change in state of matter to the change in heat and to the kinetic theory of
matter,

Teacher explains again the heating and cooling curve of naphthalene,

Teacher describe the reason of the constant temperature of melting point and freezing point,

Teacher asks students to conduct an experiment to determine the melting and freezing point of
naphthalene,

Teacher demonstrates how to conduct the experiment and elaborates some steps to be taken
while conducting the experiment,

Teacher discuss from the experiment.


Engagement

Teacher shows video of freezing and melting of glacier

Teacher asks student to give thought on the video shown.


Exploration

Teacher asks students to conduct an experiment to determine the melting and freezing point of
naphthalene. (refer practical book)
Explanation

Students are asked to record data of temperature and time throughout the experiment.

Students plot the graphs for freezing and melting point of naphthalene.
Elaboration

Teacher explains again the heating and cooling curve of naphthalene.

Students are asked to describe the reason of the constant temperature of melting point and
freezing point.
Evaluation

Students are asked to complete the discussion of the experiment.


Language Focus:
Temperature, kinetic theory of matter, particles, forces
Pedagogy:
Lecture
Discussion

Exercises
Demonstration

Inquiry
Mastery

ICT
Brainstorming

Dare to try
Independent

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Analytical &
critical thinking

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

Being
Systematic

Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 2. The structure of the atom
Learning Objectives:
2.2 Synthesising atomic structure
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

Describe the development of atomic model,

State the main subatomic particles of an atom,

Compare and contrast the relative mass and the relative charge of the protons, electrons and
neutrons,

Define proton number and nucleon number


Activities:

Asks students to form 5 groups to discuss the development of atomic model,


- Daltons model
- Rutherfords model
- Thompsons model
- Bohrs model
- Chadwicks model

Asks each group to present their discussion in front of the class,

Teacher describes the main subatomic particles of an atom; electron, proton and neutron,

Teacher relates between three subatomic particles based on the relative mass and charges,

Refer from the text book page 39, teacher define proton number and nucleon number,
- Proton number: number of proton in its atom
- Nucleon number= sum of number of proton and number of neutron
= number of proton + number of neutron
Language Focus:
Atomic model, proton number, number of neutron, electron, nucleon number
Pedagogy:
Lecture
Discussion

Exercises
Demonstration

Inquiry
Mastery

ICT
Brainstorming

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Analytical &
critical thinking

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

Being
Systematic

Dare to try
Independent

Values:
Independent, analytical thinking, Being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 2. The structure of the atom
Learning Objectives:
2.2 Synthesising atomic structure
2.3 Understanding isotopes and assessing their importance
2.5 Appreciate the orderliness and uniqueness of the atomic structure
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

Determine the proton number and the nucleon number,

Relate the proton number to the nucleon number

Relate the proton number to the type of element,

Write the symbol of elements,

Determine the number of neutrons, protons and electrons from the proton number and the
nucleon number and vice versa,

Construct the atomic structure.


Activities:

Teacher review about proton number and nucleon number,

Based on definition teacher relate between proton number and nucleon number,

Teacher asks students to refer the periodic table on the back page of the chemistry text book,

Teacher asks several symbols of elements to students as they have to get familiarize with
common symbols of elements,

Teacher explains the standard representative of the symbol of an elements;


A

A: nucleon number

z: proton number

Teacher explains on how to identify the number of neutrons, protons and electron from the
proton number and nucleon number,
Teacher asks students to refer an example from the text book and asks them to complete
exercise 1.2 (B) and work this out page 32 & 33,
From the standard representative teacher explains how to construct the atomic structure;
electron arrangement 2.8.8., valence shell

Language Focus:
Standard representative, electron arrangement, valence shell
Pedagogy:
Lecture
Discussion

Exercises
Demonstration

Inquiry
Mastery

ICT
Brainstorming

Dare to try
Independent

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Analytical &
critical thinking

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

Being
Systematic

Values:
Independent, analytical thinking, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 2. The structure of the atom
Learning Objectives:
2.4 Understanding the electronic structure of an atom
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Describe electron arrangements of elements with proton numbers 1 to 20,
Draw electron arrangement of an atom in an element,
State the meaning of valence electrons,
Determine the number of valence electrons from the electron arrangement of an atom.
Activities:
Engagement

Teacher shows a bottle and shakes it to hear sound produced.

Teacher asks student to try and guess what is inside of the bottle.
Exploration

Teacher asks students who are the scientists involved.

Teacher explains that the scientists deduced the electronic structure of an atom.
Explanation

Teacher explains the electronic structure of an atom.

Teacher uses simulation to show how to fill nucleus with proton and neutron, shells with
electrons
Elaboration

Teacher explains what valence electrons are.

Teacher explains how to write an electron arrangement.


Evaluation

Students are asked to play Get a signature game.

Students are asked to try Quick try questions from teacher.

Student concludes the lesson.


Language Focus:
Electronic, structure, proton number, number of neutron, electron, nucleus, shell, electron
arrangement
Pedagogy:
Lecture
Discussion

Exercises
Demonstration

Inquiry
Mastery

Experiment/
PEKA

Simulation

Contextual

Constructive

Cooperative

Scientific
thinking

ICT
Brainstorming
Analytical &
critical thinking
Being
Systematic

Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.

Dare to try
Independent

Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.1. Understanding and applying the concepts of relative atomic mass and relative molecular mass
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
State the meaning of relative atomic mass based on Carbon-12 scale,
State the meaning of relative molecular mass based on Carbon-12 scale,
State why Carbon-12 is used as a standard for determining relative atomic mass and relative
molecular mass,
Calculate the relative molecular mass of substances.
Activities:

By using power point slides show, teacher introduces the meaning of relative atomic mass &
relative molecular mass based on carbon-12 scale,

Teacher explains how to make comparison in terms of RAM of any elements based on
carbon-12 scale,

Teacher shows how to calculate RMM and RFM of substances,

Teacher asks students to answer a few questions regarding RAM and RMM of substances.
Language Focus:
Carbon-12 scale, RAM, RMM, RFM
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, Being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.2. Analysing The Relationship Between The Number Of Moles With The Number Of Particles
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Define a mole as the amount of matter that contains as many particles as the number of atoms
in 12 g of 12C,
State the meaning of Avogadro constant,
Relate the number of particles in one mole of a substance with the Avogadro constant,
Solve numerical problems to convert
12 the number of moles to the number of particles of a given
substance and vice versa.
Activities:

Teacher introduce topic of a day by giving some quantity that represent number of object. E.g.
decade = 10, dozen = 12, pair = 2, gross = 144 etc,

Teacher explains what is mole and the meaning of Avogadros constant (NA),

Teacher relate between the number of particles in one mole of substance with NA,

Solve numerical problems,


Language Focus:
Mole, Number of particles, Avogadros constant
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.3 Analysing The Relationship Between The Number Of Moles Of A Substance With Its Mass
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
State the meaning of molar mass,
Relate molar mass to the avogadro constant,
Relate molar mass of a substance to its relative atomic mass or relative molecular mass,
Solve numerical problems to convert the number of moles of a given substance to its mass and
vice versa.
Activities:
With refer to the previous knowledge about mole, teacher relate with molar mass,
Teacher define what molar mass is,
Based on few questions teacher relate molar mass to Avogadros constant and RAM and RMM,
Asks students to solve numerical problems and discuss the answer.
Language Focus:
Molar mass
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.4 Analyzing The Relationship Between The Number Of Moles Of A Gas With Its Volume
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
State the meaning of molar volume of a gas,
Relate molar volume of a gas to the avogadro constant,
Make generalization on the molar volume of a gas at a given temperature and pressure,
Calculate the volume of gases at stp or room conditions from the number of moles and vice
versa,
Solve numerical problems involving number of particles, number of moles, mass of substances
and volume of gases at stp or room conditions.
Activities:
Teacher state the meaning of molar volume and relate with mole that had been learned before,
Based on question, teacher relate the molar volume to avogadros constant,
Teacher explains the molar volume at given temperature and pressure,
Shows calculation between number of moles with volume and molar volume at room conditions
and stp,
Asks students to solve numerical questions and discuss the answer.
Language Focus:
Molar volume at room conditions and STP
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.5 Synthesising Chemical Formulae
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

State the meaning of chemical formula,

Write ionic formulae of ions,

Construct chemical formulae of ionic compounds,

State names of chemical compounds using iupac nomenclature.


Activities:

Teacher asks the ionic formula of several elements from all students,

Teacher asks students to write down the several ionic compound in front of the class,

Teacher discusses the answers from the hand out given,

Teacher continues with naming of chemical compounds using IUPAC nomenclature,

Teacher asks students to refer text book page 46 & 47,

Teacher asks students to complete exercise 3.10: naming chemical compounds (Q1, Q2 and
Q3)

Discuss the answers.


Language Focus:
IUPAC nomenclature
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

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10.40-12.00
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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.6 Interpreting Chemical Equations
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
State the meaning of chemical equation,
Identify the reactants and products of a chemical equation,
Write and balance chemical equations,
Interpret chemical equations quantitatively and qualitatively,
Solve numerical problems using chemical equations.
Activities:

Teacher introduces topic of a day,

Teacher defines what chemical equation is,

Teacher describes the reactant and products of chemical equations,

Teacher explains the steps in writing and balancing the chemical equations from the
questions in the hand out given,

Teacher describes the interpretations from the chemical equations quantitatively and
qualitatively,

Teacher asks students to complete the hand out on writing the chemical equations.
Language Focus:
Chemical equation, reactant, product
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 3. Chemical formulae and equations
Learning Objectives:
3.7 Practising scientific attitudes and values in investigating matter
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Identify positive scientific attitudes and values practised by scientists in doing research on mole
concept, chemical formulae and chemical equations,
Justify the need to practise positive scientific attitudes and good values in doing research on
atomic structures, chemical formulae and chemical equations,
Use symbols, chemical formulae and equations for easy and systematic communication in the
field of chemistry.
Activities:

Teacher introduces topic of a day,

Teacher defines what chemical equation is,

Teacher describes the reactant and products of chemical equations,

Teacher explains the steps in writing and balancing the chemical equations from the
questions in the hand out given,

Teacher describes the interpretations from the chemical equations quantitatively and
qualitatively,

Teacher asks students to complete the hand out on writing the chemical equations.
Language Focus:
Chemical equation, reactant, product
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.1. Analyzing the periodic table of elements
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Describe the contributions of scientists in the historical development of the Periodic Table,
Identify groups and periods in the Periodic Table,
State the basic principle of arranging the elements in the Periodic Table from their proton
numbers,
Relate the electron arrangement of an element to its group and period,
Explain the advantages of grouping elements in the Periodic Table,
Predict the group and the period of an element based on its electron arrangement.
Activities:
Teacher divides students in the class into 5 groups based on the subtopic they will present,
Group 1 describe the historical development of periodic table and how to use the periodic table
to identify the elements,
Open to Q and A session,
Teacher summarizes from the presentation.
Language Focus:
Chemical equation, reactant, product
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.2 Analysing Group 18 elements
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

List all Group 18 elements,

State in general the physical properties of Group 18 elements,

Describe the changes in the physical properties of Group 18 elements,

Describe the inert nature of elements of Group 18,

Relate the inert nature of Group 18 elements to their electron arrangements,

Relate the duplet and octet electron

Arrangements of Group 18 elements to their stability,

Describe uses of Group 18 elements in daily life.

Activities:
Group 2 describe the Group 18 elements,
- All elements in Group 18,
- Physical properties of elements,
- Inert nature to their electron arrangement,
- Duplet and octet electron arrangement to their stability,
- Uses of Group 18 elements in daily life,
Open to Q & A session,
Teacher explains those parts that students not understand much.
Language Focus:
Noble/ inert gases, chemically unreactive, atomic size, forces of attraction
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.3 Analyzing Group 1 elements
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
List all Group 1 elements.
State the general physical properties of lithium, sodium and potassium,
Describe changes in the physical properties from lithium to potassium,
List the chemical properties of lithium, sodium and potassium,
Describe the similarities in chemical properties of lithium, sodium and potassium,
Relate the chemical properties of Group 1 elements to their electron arrangements,
Describe changes in reactivity of Group 1 elements down the group,
Predict physical and chemical properties of other elements in Group 1,
State the safety precautions when handling Group 1 elements.
Activities:
Teacher describes the Group 1 elements,
- Elements in Group 1: Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr
- Physical properties of Group 1 elements,
- Chemical properties of the elements,
- Reactivity of the elements when going down the group,
- Safety precautions when handling Group 1 elements.
Asks students to conduct an experiment reactivity of Group 1 elements,
Discuss results and observations
Language Focus:
Alkaline metal, reactivity, melting point, boiling point, chemical reactions
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.4 Analysing Group 17 elements
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;

List all Group 17 elements,

State the general physical properties of chlorine, bromine and iodine,

Describe changes in the physical properties from chlorine to iodine,

List the chemical properties of chlorine, bromine and iodine,

Describe the similarities in chemical properties of chlorine, bromine and iodine,

Relate the chemical properties of Group 17 elements with their electron arrangements,

Describe changes in reactivity of Group 17 elements down the group,

Predict physical and chemical properties of other elements in Group 17,

State the safety precautions when handling Group 17 elements.


Activities:
Teacher describes the Group 17 elements,
- elements in Group 17: F, Cl, Br, I, At
- physical properties of Group 17 elements from chlorine to iodine,
- chemical properties of chlorine, bromine and iodine with their electron arrangement,
- reactivity of the elements when going down the group,
- Safety precautions when handling Group 1 elements.
Asks students to conduct the experiment of reactivity of Group 17 from Chemistry Hands-on
book,
Discuss results.
Language Focus:
Halogens, reactivity of the elements, chemical reactions, melting point & boiling point
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.5 Analysing elements in a period
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
List all elements in Period 3,
Write electron arrangements of all elements in Period 3,
Describe changes in the properties of elements across Period 3,
State changes in the properties of the oxides of elements across Period 3,
Predict changes in the properties of elements across Period 2,
Describe uses of semi-metals.
Activities:
Teacher do some pop quizzes for all students about previous subtopic,
Teacher introduces subtopic to continue to be present,
Teacher calls upon Group 5 to present about elements in period,
- Elements in Period 3: Na, Mg, Al, Si, P, S, Cl, Ar
- Changes of properties of elements across Period 3,
- State the changes in properties of oxides elements across Period 3,
- The changes in the properties of elements across Period 2,
- State the uses of semi-metals.
Open to Q & A session,
Teacher do some explanation on the subtopic,
Teacher calls upon last group to present the transition element un the Periodic Table,
Language Focus:
Forces of attraction
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.6 Understanding transition elements
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Identify the positions of transition elements in the Periodic Table,
Give examples of transition elements,
Describe properties of transition elements,
State uses of transition elements in industries.
Activities:
Group 5 describe the transition elements,
- Position of transition elements in the Periodic Table,
- Examples of transition elements,
- Properties of transition elements,
- Uses of transition elements in industries,
Open to Q & A session,
Teacher explains again about the subtopic,
Asks students to complete exercises in the Nilam module book and discuss a few questions,
Make conclusion for the topic that learned in todays class.
Language Focus:
Amphoteric property, catalyst, complex ions,
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
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LEARNING AREA: 4. Periodic table of elements
Learning Objectives:
4.7 Appreciating the existence of elements and their compounds
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Describe efforts of scientists in discovering the properties of elements,
Describe what life would be without diverse elements and compounds,
Identify different colours in compounds of transition elements found naturally,
Handle chemicals wisely.
Activities:
Group 5 describe the transition elements,
- Position of transition elements in the Periodic Table,
- Examples of transition elements,
- Properties of transition elements,
- Uses of transition elements in industries,
Open to Q & A session,
Teacher explains again about the subtopic,
Asks students to complete exercises in the Nilam module book and discuss a few questions,
Make conclusion for the topic that learned in todays class.
Language Focus:
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

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LEARNING AREA: 4. Chemical bond
Learning Objectives:
5.1 Understanding formation of compounds
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Explain the stability of inert gases,
Explain conditions for the formation of chemical bonds,
State types of chemical bonds.
Explain formation of ions,
Write electron arrangements for the ions formed,
Activities:

Teacher introduces the Periodic Table of Element, the group and the period,

Teacher shows how to determine the position of elements in the Periodic Table of Element,

Teacher explains the elements of Group 18 (inert gases); F, Cl, Br, and I,

Relate the stability of inert gases with other elements in Periodic Table of Elements,

Teacher introduces types of chemical bonds; ionic bond and covalent bond,

With a few examples, explains how the formation of ions and how to write the electron
arrangement for the ions formed,

Asks students to try out a few questions regarding the formation of ions,
Language Focus:
Inert gases, Periodic Table of Elements, chemical bonds
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class
Date
Time
Venue
Attendance

403

THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 4. Chemical bond
Learning Objectives:
5.2 Synthesising ideas on formation of ionic bond
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Explain formation of ionic bond,
Illustrate electron arrangement of an ionic bond,
Illustrate formation of ionic bond.
Activities:

Teacher define what ionic bond is,

Teacher shows how the formation of ionic bond between metal and non-metal atoms by
drawing the electron arrangement,

Teacher explains the formations of ionic bond through few examples such as NaCl, and MgO,

Asks students to draw few ionic bond and explains the how the formations is formed.
Language Focus:
Inert gases, Periodic Table of Elements, chemical bonds
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class
Date
Time
Venue
Attendance

403

THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 4. Chemical bond
Learning Objectives:
5.2 Synthesising ideas on formation of ionic bond
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
Explain formation of ionic bond,
Illustrate electron arrangement of an ionic bond,
Illustrate formation of ionic bond.
Activities:

Revise about ionic bond they learned,

Conduct some exercises by not referring to any books but they can discuss with each other,

The questions regarding the skills on drawing a correct diagram of set-up of apparatus, graph,
and electron arrangements of ionic bond.
Language Focus:
Inert gases, Periodic Table of Elements, chemical bonds
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class
Date
Time
Venue
Attendance

403

THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 4. Chemical bond
Learning Objectives:
5.3 Synthesising ideas on formation of covalent bond
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
State the meaning of covalent bond,
Explain formation of covalent bond,
Illustrate formation of a covalent bond by drawing electron arrangement,
Illustrate formation of covalent bond,
Compare and contrast formation of ionic and covalent bonds.
Activities:
Teacher refresh what they had learned before about ionic bond,
Teacher introduces with definition of covalent compound,
Teacher explains the formation of covalent bond with several examples,
Teacher shows the formation of covalent bond by drawing electron arrangement and through
Lewis structure,
Then teacher asks students to solve a few examples regarding the formation of covalent bond,
H2O, CCl4, CH4,
Based on the knowledge, teacher asks students to list out similarities and differences between
ionic bond and covalent bond,
Language Focus:
Covalent bond, Lewis structure,
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class
Date
Time
Venue
Attendance

403

THEME: MATTER AROUND US


LEARNING AREA: 4. Chemical bond
Learning Objectives:
5.4 Analysing properties of ionic and covalent compounds
Learning Outcomes:
A student is able to;
list properties of ionic compounds,
list properties of covalent compounds,
explain differences in the electrical conductivity of ionic and covalent compounds,
describe differences in melting and boiling points of ionic and covalent compounds,
compare and contrast the solubility of ionic and covalent compounds,
state uses of covalent compounds as solvents.
Activities:
Teacher refresh what they had learned before about ionic bond,
Teacher introduces with definition of covalent compound,
Teacher explains the formation of covalent bond with several examples,
Teacher shows the formation of covalent bond by drawing electron arrangement and through
Lewis structure,
Then teacher asks students to solve a few examples regarding the formation of covalent bond,
H2O, CCl4, CH4,
Based on the knowledge, teacher asks students to list out similarities and differences between
ionic bond and covalent bond,
Language Focus:
Covalent bond, Lewis structure,
Pedagogy:
Explanation, Discussion
Values:
Independent, being cooperative, being systematic, and daring to try.
Reflection:

Remarks:

SEMESTER 2

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class

403

Date

11.6.2013

Time

12.40-2.00

Venue

Class

Attendance
THEME:
LEARNING AREA:
Learning Objectives : Revision

Learning Outcomes :
A student is able to:
Know the right answer/scheme answer for the previous Semester 1 2013 Examination papers
Know how to answer based on the scheme answer
Make correction for the mistake made
Activities :
Carry out discussion on previous Semester 1 2013 Examination papers.
Language Focus :
Pedagogy :
Discussion, Brainstorming
Values : Being cooperative, being systematic, daring to try.
Reflection :

Remarks : To double check students answer and mark.

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class

403

Date

20.6.2013

Time

7.40-9.00

Venue

Lab

Attendance
THEME: MATTER AROUND US
LEARNING AREA: 6. Electrochemistry
Learning Objectives : 6.1 Understanding properties of electrolytes and non-electrolytes
6.2 Analysing electrolysis of molten compounds

Learning Outcomes :
A student is able to:
Describe electrolysis.
Describe electrolytic cell.
Identify cations and anions in a molten compound.
Describe evidence for the existence of ions held in a lattice in solid state but move freely in
molten state.
Describe electrolysis of a molten compound.
Write half-equations for the discharge of ions at anode and cathode.
Predict products of the electrolysis of molten compounds.
Activities :

Teacher defines electrolytes, non-electrolytes and electrodes


Students are asked to group the chemicals into electrolytes and non-electrolytes and add
more examples
Teacher describes electrolysis and electrolytic cell
Students are asked to recall lesson in form two science
Students are asked to draw the electrolytic cell
Teacher emphasizes the main material in electrolytic cell
Teacher uses lead(II) bromide to explain electrolysis of molten compound
Students are asked to write half and overall equation
Students are asked to conclude the lesson

Language Focus :
Electrolytes, non-electrolytes, electrolysis, electrolytic, anion, cation
Pedagogy :
Discussion, Brainstorming
Values : Being cooperative, being systematic, daring to try.
Reflection :

Remarks : Students to complete the exercises and submit next class.

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class

403

Date

3.7.2013

Time

10.40-12.00

Venue

Lab

Attendance
THEME: MATTER AROUND US
LEARNING AREA: 6. Electrochemistry
Learning Objectives : 6.3 Analysing the electrolysis of aqueous solutions
Learning Outcomes :
A student is able to:
identify cations and anions in an aqueous solution,
describe the electrolysis of an aqueous solution,
explain using examples factors affecting electrolysis of an aqueous solution,
write half equations for the discharge of ions at the anode and the cathode
predict the products of electrolysis of aqueous solutions.
Activities :

Teacher brings copper(II) sulphate salts, sulphuric acid, water and two beakers to the lab
Teacher asks two volunteers to come in front of the lab to prepare copper(II) sulphate solution
and dilute sulphuric acid in two different beakers
Students are asked to identify cations and anions which are present in both solutions
o Anions : Sulphate ion and hydroxide ion
o Cations : Copper ion and hydrogen ion
Teacher shows to the students the learning outcomes for todays lesson using power point
slides
Teacher shows a diagram of an electrolytic cell in which an aqueous solution of copper(II)
sulphate is electrolysed and ask a few questions
Teacher explains the reactions that occur at both electrodes
Students are asked to write half equation and overall equation for the electrolysis of aqueous
solution of copper(II) sulphate
Students are asked to conclude the lesson

Language Focus :
Oxidation, reduction, ionization, discharge
Pedagogy :
Discussion, Brainstorming
Values : Being cooperative, being systematic, daring to try.
Reflection :

Remarks : Students to complete the exercises and submit by next class.

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class

403

Date

4.7.2013

Time

7.40-9.00

Venue

Lab

Attendance
THEME: MATTER AROUND US
LEARNING AREA: 6. Electrochemistry
Learning Objectives : 6.3 Analysing the electrolysis of aqueous solutions
Learning Outcomes :
A student is able to:
identify cations and anions in an aqueous solution,
describe the electrolysis of an aqueous solution,
explain using examples factors affecting electrolysis of an aqueous solution,
write half equations for the discharge of ions at the anode and the cathode
predict the products of electrolysis of aqueous solutions.
Activities :

Teacher continues explain using examples factors affecting electrolysis of an aqueous


solution
Teacher states that the ion which is selected to be discharged at an electrode depends on:
o Position of ions in electrochemical series
o Concentration of ions in a solution
o Types of electrodes
Teacher asks students to conduct experiments to investigate factors determining selective
discharge of ions during the electrolysis of an aqueous solution
Each group of students will carry out different experiment based on the factors they have to
investigate.
When the students have finished their experiments. Each group presents their results.
Teacher comments and add more information about factors that influence the selective
discharge of ions and explains using appropriate examples.
Teacher distributes exercise questions
Students are asked to conclude the lesson

Language Focus :
Oxidation, reduction, ionization, discharge
Pedagogy :
Discussion, Brainstorming, Experimenting
Values : Being cooperative, being systematic, daring to try.
Reflection :

Remarks : Students to complete the exercises as well as the lab report and submit by next class.

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Class

403

Date

8.7.2013

Time

7.40-9.00

Venue

Lab

Attendance
THEME: MATTER AROUND US
LEARNING AREA: 6. Electrochemistry
Learning Objectives : 6.4 Evaluating electrolysis in industry
Learning Outcomes :
A student is able to:
state uses of electrolysis in industries
explain the extraction, purification and electroplating of metals involving electrolysis in
industries

write chemical equations to represent the electrolysis process in industries


justify uses of electrolysis in industries

describe the problem of pollution from electrolysis in industry


Activities :

Teacher shows pictures of gold ring and iron rod


Teacher shows picture of water purification system
Teacher explains the extraction of aluminum from aluminum oxide
Students are asked to conduct experiments to study the purification of copper through
electrolysis and electroplating of metal using electrolysis
Teacher discuses the results of the experiment and explains the purification and
electroplating processes
Students are asked to look for information on the effects of electrolysis on the environment
Students are asked to conclude the lesson and activities

Language Focus :
Extraction, purific ation, electroplating
Pedagogy :
Discussion, Brainstorming, Experimenting
Values : Being cooperative, being systematic, daring to try.
Reflection :

Remarks : Students to complete the exercises as well as the lab report and submit by next class.