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CHEMISTRY ANNUAL LESSON PLAN FOR FORM 4 2016

WEEK

DATE

3 7 Jan

10 14 Jan

17 21 Jan

24 28 Jan

31 Jan 4 Feb

THEME

LEARNING AREA

INTRODUCING
CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION
TO CHEMISTRY

8
9

21 25 Feb
28 4 Mar

Understanding chemistry and its


importance
Synthesising scientific method
Incorporate scientific attitudes and
values in conducting scientific
investigations
Analysing matter
Synthesising the atomic structure

THE STRUCTURE Understanding isotopes and their


OF THE ATOM
importance

CHEMICAL
FORMULAE AND
EQUATIONS

7 11 Feb

14 18 Feb

EXPERIMENT/ITHINK

FORM 4 STUDENT REGISTRATION (FIRST INTAKE)

MATTER
AROUND US

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Understanding the electronic structure


of an atom
Understanding and applying the
concepts of relative atomic mass and
relative molecular mass
Analysing the relationship between the
number of mole and the number of
particles
Analysing the relationship between the
number of mole and the mass of
substances
Analysing the relationship between the
number of mole and the volume of gas
Synthesising chemical formulae
Interpreting chemical equation

CENTRALISED TEST 1 (21- 23 FEB 2011)


MATTER
AROUND US

A. Determine the melting


point and freezing point of
napthalene

PERIODIC TABLE Analysing the periodic table of


elements
OF ELEMENTS
Analysing group 18 elements

REMARKS
1 Jan (New Year)
Form 4 Orientation
Week
14 Jan
(Hari Keputeraan
DYMM Yang diPertuan Besar Negeri
Sembilan)
20 Jan
(Hari Thaipusam)
22 Jan
(Hari Sekolah Ganti)

31 Jan 4 Feb
(Chinese New Year)

A. Determine the empirical


formula of copper(II) oxide
using computer simulation
B. Determine the empirical
formula of magnesium oxide

15 Feb
(Maulidur Rasul)

PEKA
19 Feb
(Hari Sekolah Ganti)

10

Analysing group 1 elements


Analysing group 17 elements

7 11 Mar

The reactions of lithium,


sodium and potassium with
water and oxygen.

MID-FIRST SEMESTER BREAK (12 20 Mar 2011)


11

21 25 Mar

12

28 Mar 1 Apr

PERIODIC TABLE Analysing elements in a period


OF ELEMENTS Understanding transition elements

MATTER
AROUND US

13

4 8 Apr

14

11 15 Apr

15

17 22 Apr

16

25 29 Apr

17

2 6 May

18

9 13 May

19
20

16 20 May

21
22

13 17 June
20 24 June

Understanding formation of compounds


Synthesising ideas on the formation of
ionic bonds

CHEMICAL
BONDS

Synthesising ideas on the formation of


covalent bonds
Analysing the properties of ionic and
covalent compounds

Compare properties of ionic


and covalent compounds:
A. melting and boiling
points,
B. electrical conductivities,
C. solubility in water and
organic solvents.

CENTRALISED TEST 2 (11 - 13 APR 2011)


Understanding the properties of
electrolytes and non-electrolytes
Analysing the electrolysis of molten
compounds
Analysing the electrolysis of aqueous
solutions
Evaluating electrolysis in industries
INTERACTION
BETWEEN
CHEMICAL

ELECTRO
CHEMISTRY

Analysing voltaic cells


Synthesising the electrochemical series

Synthesising the electrochemical series

The electrolysis of molten


lead(II) bromide, PbBr2.

The electrolysis of
copper(II) sulphate solution
using carbon electrodes.
The production of electricity
from chemical reactions in a
simple voltaic cell.
To construct the
electrochemical series based
on:
A. potential difference
between two metals,
B. the ability of a metal to
displace another metal from
its salt solution.

17 May
(Wesak Day)

FIRST SEMESTER EXAM (12 27 May 2011)

23 27 May

FIRST SEMESTER BREAK (28 May - 12 June 2011)


Revise Exam Paper
INTERACTION

ACIDS AND

01 May
(Workers Day)

Measure the pH value of a

BETWEEN
CHEMICAL

23

27 June 1 July

24

4 8 July

BASES

INTERACTION
BETWEEN
CHEMICALS
ACIDS AND
BASES

Analysing characteristic and properties


of acids and bases
Synthesising the strength of acids and
alkalis

Analysing the concentrations of acids


and alkalis

Analysing neutralisation

SALTS

25

11 15 July

Synthesising salts

26

18 22 July

Synthesising the qualitative analysis of


salts
Synthesising the qualitative analysis of
salts

27

25 29 July

Synthesising salts

few solutions with the same


concentration using pH
meter.
Prepare:
A. A standard solution of
sodium hydroxide, NaOH or
potassium hydroxide, KOH.
B. A solution with specified
concentration from the
prepared standard solution
through dilution.
Acid-base titrations and
determine the end point
using indicators.
Prepare:
A. Soluble salts by reacting
acid with:
a. alkali, b. metal oxide,
c. metal, d. metal carbonate.
B. Insoluble salts such as
lead(II) iodide, PbI2,
lead(II) chromate(VI),
PbCrO4, and barium
sulphate, BaSO4, through
precipitation reactions.
A. The action of heat on
carbonate and nitrate salts.
B. To confirm the presence
of CO32-, SO42-, Cl- and NO3ions in aqueous solutions.
C. To identify the presence
of Cu2+, Mg2+, Al3+, Fe2+,
Fe3+, Pb2+, Zn2+, NH4+, Ca2+
ions in aqueous solution
using NaOH & NH3
Prepare:
A. Soluble salts by reacting
acid with:
a. alkali, b. metal oxide,
c. metal, d. metal carbonate.
B. Insoluble salts such as
lead(II) iodide, PbI2,
lead(II) chromate(VI),

29 Jun
(Hari Isra Mikraj)

PEKA

PbCrO4, and barium


sulphate, BaSO4, through
precipitation reactions.

28
29
30
31

CENTRALISED TEST 3 (1 4 OGOS 2011)

1 5 Aug
8 12 Aug

15 19 Aug

22 26 Sept

INTERACTION
BETWEEN
CHEMICALS
PRODUCTION
AND
MANAGEMENT
OF
MANUFACTURED
CHEMICALS

SALT

MANUFACTURED
SUBSTANCES IN
INDUSTRY

Synthesising the qualitative analysis


of salts

The action of heat on


carbonate and nitrate salts.

Understanding the manufacture of


sulphuric acid
Synthesising the manufacture of
ammonia and its salts
Understanding alloys
Evaluating the uses of synthetic
polymers

Prepare an ammonium
fertilizer, for example
ammonium sulphate,
(NH4)2SO4.

30-31 Ogos
(Hari Raya Puasa&
Hari Kebangsaan)

MID-SECOND SEMESTER BREAK (27 Aug 4 Sept 2011)


32

05 9 Sept

PRODUCTION
AND
MANAGEMEN
T OF
MANUFACTUR
ED
CHEMICALS

Applying uses of glass and ceramics


Evaluating uses of composite materials
Understanding the manufacture of
sulphuric acid
Synthesising the manufacture of
ammonia and its salts
Understanding alloys
Evaluating the uses of synthetic
polymers
Applying uses of glass and ceramics
Evaluating uses of composite
materials

33

12 16 Sept

34

19 23 Sept

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

26 30 Sept

Reserved for unfinished syllabus / Revision

3 7 Oct

Reserved for unfinished syllabus / Revision

MANUFACTURED
SUBSTANCES IN
INDUSTRY

Prepare an ammonium
fertilizer, for example
ammonium sulphate,
(NH4)2SO4.

16 Sept
(Hari Malaysia)

10 14 Oct
17 21 Oct
24 28 Oct

FINAL SEMESTER EXAM (12 Oct - 4 Nov 2011)

26 Okt
(Hari Deepavali)

UPDATING FORM 4 PEKA


UPDATING FILES

6 Nov
(Hari Raya Qurban)

31 Oct 4 Nov
7 11 Nov
14 18 Nov

SECOND SEMESTER BREAK (19 November 2011 1 January 2012)