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CHEMISTRY FOR FORM 4

YEARLY PLAN 2009
MONTH

WEEK

TOPIC

JANUARY

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INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
THE STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
2.1 Analysing matter
2.2 Synthesising atomic structure
THE STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
2.3 Understanding isotopes and assessing
their importance
2.4 Understanding the electronic structure of
an atom
2.5 Appreciate the orderliness and
uniqueness of the atomic structure
CHEMICAL FORMULAE & EQUATIONS
3.1 Understanding and applying the concepts
of relative atomic mass and relative molecular
mass
3.2 Analysing the relationship between the
number of moles with the number of particles
UJIAN MAC
CHEMICAL FORMULAE & EQUATIONS
3.3 Analysing the relationship between the
number of moles of a substance with its mass
3.4 Analysing the relationship between the
number of moles of a gas with its volume
SCHOOL HOLIDAY
CHEMICAL FORMULAE & EQUATIONS
3.5 Synthesising chemical formulae
3.6 Interpreting chemical equations
3.7 Practising scientific attitudes and values
in investigating matter
PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS
4.1 Analysing the periodic table
4.2 Analysing group 18 elements

FEBRUARY

7

8

MARCH

9
10

11

12

APRIL

13
14
15

16

NOTE

CNY

3 – 5 MAC

14 – 22 MAC

PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS
4.3 Analysing group 1 elements
4.4 Analysing group 17 elements
PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS
4.5 Analysing elements in a period
4.6 Analysing transition elements
CHEMICAL BONDS
5.1 Understanding of formation of compound
5.2 Synthesising ideas on the formation of
ionic compound
5.3 Syntesising ideas on the formation of
covalent compound
MAK – 24 APR

3 Practising to be systematic and meticulous when carrying out activities NOTE 30 MEI – 14 JUN .2 Analysing electrolysis of molten compound 6.3 Analysing electrolysis of aqueous solution 6.1 Synthesising salts 8.2 Synthesising the concepts of strong acids.4 Analysing properties of ionic and covalent compounds REVISION REVISION MIDYEAR EXAM MIDYEAR EXAM SCHOOL HOLIDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY ELECTROCHEMISTRY 6.6 Synthesising of electrochemical cell UJIAN SELARAS 2 ACID AND BASES 7.5 Analysing of voltaic cell 6.4 Analysing neutralisation SALTS 8.1 Understanding properties of electrolyte and non-electrolyte 6. weak acids..1 Analysing characteristics and properties of acids and bases 7.2 Synthesising qualitative analysis of salts SALTS 8.MONTH WEEK APRIL 17 MAY 18 19 20 21 JUNE 22 23 JULY 24 25 26 27 28 TOPIC CHEMICAL BONDS 5.3 Analysing concentration of acids and alkalis 7.4 Evaluating electrolysis in industry ELECTROCHEMISTRY 6. strong alkalis and weak alkalis ACID AND BASES 7.

5 Applying uses of glass and ceramics 9.4 Evaluating uses of synthetic polymers 9.MONTH WEEK TOPIC AUGUST 29 MANUFACTURED SUBSTANCES IN INDUSTRY 9.7 Appreciating various synthetic industrial materials REVISION SCHOOL HOLIDAY REVISION REVISION REVISION REVISION FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM PEKA PEKA PEKA PEKA SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 30 31 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 NOTE 3 – 14 AUG 23 NOV – 3 JAN 10 .2 Synthesising the manufacture of ammonia and its salts 9.6 Evaluating uses of composite materials 9.1 Understanding the manufacture of sulphuric acid 9.3 Understanding alloys MANUFACTURED SUBSTANCES IN INDUSTRY 9.