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SYLLABUS

Schools name
Lesson
Grade
Standard Competency
Time Allocation
Group
BASIC
COMPETENCY
1.1. To comprehend
atomic structure
based on atomic
theory Bohr,
element
characters,
relative atomic
mass, and
periodic of
element in
periodic table
and realize the
regularity
through electron
configuration
understanding
and the physical
properties and
chemical
properties of
element with
their implication
in the SETS

: SMA
: Chemistry
:X
: To comprehend atomic structure, the periodical properties of the elements, and chemical bond
: 6 hours of lesson
: Underlied By Sets Vision And Approach
INDICATOR

LEARNING
SUBJECT

To
determine
the Atomic
elementary particles
Structure
(proton, electron, and
neutron)
To
determine
the
electron
configuration
and
valence electron
To
determine
the
relative atomic mass
based on periodic
table
To classify the element
into isotope, isobar,
and isoton
To explain
development of
atomic theory to
show weakness and
superiority of each
atomic theory based
on experiment data.

LEARNING EXPERIENCES
Students expected to learn
element periodic table to
determine elementary particle,
electron configuration, relative
atomic mass

EVALUATION
FORM AND
FORMAT
Kinds
of
assessment
- Individual
work
- Exam
- quiz

In group, students expected to


of
learn cooperatively to identify Forms
element into isotope, isobar,
instrument
and isoton
- SETS
Written test
- Attitude
Students expected to learn
assessment
literature about development of
atomic theory
Students expected to presentation
and discussion result of study
Student expected to conclude
result of study guided by
teacher.

LEARNING
RESOURCES
AND MEDIA
2X45 minutes Resources
- World of
Chemistry
- Relevant
textbox
- Internet
TIME
ALLOCATION

Media
- LCD
- Computer
- Students
worksheet

LEARNING
PRODUCT
Students work on
the electron
configuration and
valence electron of
some element
Students work on
the classification
some element into
isotope, isobar, and
isoton
Students resume of
the weakness and
superiority of each
atomic theory
Presentation in front
of class with their
work

context

To describe structure of
element in periodic
table
To compare the
development of

periodic table to
identify their
superiority and
weakness
To explain the basis of
element grouping in
the periodic table
To classify element
into metal, non metal
and metalloid
To analyze tables and
graph to determine
regularity of atomic
radius, ionization
energy, and
electronegativity
To provide examples

products of some
element
To explain the
implication of the
chemical production
toward environment,
society, as well as the
technology applied.

Developm
ent of
periodic
table

Properties
of element
periodicity

Physical

properties
and
chemical
properties
of elements
Physical
properties
and
chemical
properties
of elements
and their

In
group,
students
expected to learn cooperatively
to comprehend periodic table
In
group,
students
expected to learn cooperatively
to study the literature about
development
of
element
periodic table
Presentation of students
discussion result to conclude
basis of element grouping in
periodic table
In
group,
students
expected
to
discuss
cooperatively to
study
regularity of atom radius,
ionization energy, electron
affinity, and electronegativity of
elements in period and group
based on data or graph and
atomic number

2X45 minutes Resources


- World of
Chemistry
- Relevant
textbook
- Internet
- Periodic
table

Students expected to
learn to classify some element
to differentiate properties of
metal, non metal and metalloid
Students expected to
observe some element in their
environment
and
describe
physical
properties
and
chemical properties of them.
Student expected to
write examples product of their
element that observed.
Student expected to find

2X45 minutes Resources


- World of
Chemistry
- Relevant
textbox
- Internet

Media
- LCD
- Computer
- Students
worksheet

Media
- LCD
- Computer
- Students
worksheet

Students summary
of superiority and
weakness of each
development
periodic table model.

Presentation in front
of class with their
work

Students work on
properties of some
element and their
classification
Students resume of
properties of element
periodicity based on
graph or atomic
number
Paper of
information one or
more element for

implication
in SETS

out the positive and negative


impacts of producing the
product of elements toward the
environment, society, and the
developments of science and
technology

properties and
impacts on the
environment,
society, technology