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Acid Base Lesson Plan

Acid Base Lesson Plan

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Southeast Asian Ministers of Education OrganizationRegional Centre for Education in Science and MathematicsPenang, Malaysia
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICSEDUCATORS OF ACEH, INDONESIA
10 February
 –
8 May 2009
HOW CAN YOU DETERMINE THE ACIDITY OF A SUBSTANCE?
Project TitleUlfa RahmiLeaderAnnisa Ammalia KitiSamsul Bahari SarongAttariq bin HuzaifahYunizar HendriMembersMs. Ng Khar ThoeProject AdviserMr. Dominador Dizon MangaoUnit Coordinator (Science)Mr. Lee Shok MeeProgram Manager
 
2Title : How can you determine the acidity of a substance?Year : Secondary School, year 10 (Form 4)Duration : 60 minutes
INTRODUCTION
This lesson provides an array of activities to increase
students’ knowledge in
chemistry especially about the acidity of one material/substance. It focuses on thematerial that we usually use in our daily life, to identify whether the food is acid, base orneutral.Students will work in different groups to perform simple experiments, to makeobservations and predictions about the acidity of materials. Also, hands- on exercises are
 provided to enhance students’
science process skills, manipulative skills, decision makingand problem solving skills. Moreover, students can develop explanations of naturalphenomena in a continuing and creative process.
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Students are expected to achieve the following:
 
Relate the taste of food to its chemical properties whether as acid, base or neutral.
 
Compare their findings with their predictions.
 
Classify chemicals into acid, base or neutral.
 
Test various food chemicals or other chemical compounds.
SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS
 
Acid
 – 
Base concept
 
Food Chemistry
 
Biochemistry
 
Natural phenomena.
 
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PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE
 
Litmus paper test
 
Phenolphthalein indicator
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIAL
1.
 
For the teacherPower point presentation, pictures, video clip, computer, LCD Projector2.
 
For the studentsTask sheets, Laboratory material (see attached activity sheet)
STUDENTS’ GUIDE
 Scenario
One day, Hendri got stomach upset. He just ate a type of food then he drank orange juice,and suddenly his stomach was hurt. It seemed he got a problem with his spleen. Then hisfriend Attariq gave him antacid. Why did Hendri get a stomachache? Can you describewhat happened to Hendri? Why did his friend give him an antacid?
Task 1.
1. Students view the PowerPoint presentation.2. Students are to work in groups and predict the chemical properties of followingmaterial and write on your task sheet.
 
Water, Vinegar, Orange juice, Apple juice, Soft drink, Salt solution,Antacid, Aspirin, Coffee, Tea, Milk 3. Students are to give examples for acid, base and neutral other than the aforementionedmaterials.4. Students are to:

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