LESSON PLAN Subject: Chemistry Form: 4 SN 2 Number of Students: 31 Date of Lesson: 16 July 2012 Time: 10.45 am- 11.

55 am Title of Lesson: Electrochemistry Title of Experiment: Electrolytes and Non-electrolytes Learning Objectives: In the end of the lesson, students can be able to: 1) Classify the substance into electrolytes and non-electrolytes. Content: 1) Electrolytes and non-electrolytes Student’s Prior Knowledge: 1) Students have learned about properties of electrolytes and non-electrolytes Noble Values: 1) Cooperativeness 2) Responsibility Materials/Resources: 1) Laboratory apparatus 2) Activity module of Chemistry form 4 3) Article of newspaper

Set Induction (5minutes): Teacher asks students to read an article that she gets from the newspaper. Teacher Materials/Notes Teacher reminds students to carefully setup the cell. Development (50 minutes): Step Step 1 (10 minutes) Teacher Activity Teacher divides students into four groups which two groups will do the experiment for molten and the other two groups will do for aqueous solution. Student Activity Students should observe teachers’ demonstration carefully to setup the electrochemical cell. Teacher later demonstrates to the students to setup the electrolytic cell. teacher asks students how the victim gets the electrical shock. From students responds. Step 2 (5 minutes) Teacher observes students setup the electrolytic cell. teacher later asks students to relate conducting electricity with electrolyte that they have learned in the topic of Electrochemistry. Step 3 (15 minutes) Teacher observes students doing the Students should handle the experiment Teacher should reminds students to: 1) Make sure that the connecting . Based on students respond. After students read the article. Students should setup the experiment well under teachers’ observation. Teacher later asks whether water is electrolyte or nonelectrolyte. teacher tells students that they will handle the experiment of determination of electrolyte and non-electrolyte. Then. teacher later ask students to define electrolyte.

wires are kept away from the flame. Students should record the observation of the experiments in the table. Teacher later ask students to discuss and solve the problem given in . 2) Molten naphthalene. 3) Dispose the lead(II) bromide. Students are discussing within the group based on the observation to state that substances that they used are electrolytes or nonelectrolytes. Each group should take on one of these different enveloped. Teacher later discuss with the students about their observation from the experiments. Student is called to the front to write on the white board the observation from the experiments.experiments. Teacher should guide students to discuss their observation from the experiments. Step 5 (10 minutes) Teacher asks students to share their observation from the experiments. C10H8 is flammable and should keep the flame low when naphthalene melts. Students should clean all the apparatus used and place the apparatus used at their place. Step 4 (10 minutes) Teacher tells students to clean all the apparatus used and place them at their place. carefully. Evaluation (10minutes): Teacher prepared four different envelopes to the students. PbBr2 carefully as it is hazardous.

Conclusion (5 minutes): Teacher asks students to give the properties of electrolyte and non-electrolyte. .the enveloped. A representative is called from each group to show the problem solving in front of the class.

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