SYLLABUS

School
Subject
Grade / Semester
Standard of Competence

:
:
:
:

SMA NEGERI 1 PROBOLINGGO
Chemistry
X/2
Understand the periodic trend of physical and chemical properties of elements in the periodic table

No

Basic Competence

Indicator

Instructional
Materials

1

2

3

4

1.

 To understand the physical
properties of elements in
the periodic table

 Students can analyze the table or
the figure to know the periodic
trend of atomic radii of atoms
within periods and groups in the
periodic table.
 Students can analyze the table or
the figure to know the periodic
trend of radii of cations and
anions within periods and
groups in the periodic table.
 Students can explain the
differences of radii of atoms and
their ions
 Students can analyze the table or
the figure to know the periodic
trend of melting point of atoms
within periods and groups in the
periodic table.
 Students can analyze the table
or the figure to know the
periodic trend of boiling point of
atoms within periods and groups
in the periodic table.
 Students can analyze the table or
the figure to know the periodic
trend of ionization energy of atoms
within periods and groups in the

 Atomic
radius and
Ionic radius

Teaching and Learning
Activities
5
 Notice the periodic trend of atomic
radii of atoms within periods and
groups in the periodic table.
 Notice the periodic trend of radii
of cations and anions within
periods and groups in the
periodic table.
 Notice the differences of radii of
atoms and their ions.

 Melting
point and
Boiling point

 Notice the periodic trend of
melting point of atoms within
periods and groups in the
periodic table.
 Notice the periodic trend of
boiling point of atoms within
periods and groups in the
periodic table.

 Ionization
energy,
Electron
affinity, and

 Notice the periodic trend of
ionization energy of atoms within
periods and groups in the periodic
table.

Assesment

Time
Allotment

Learning
Source/
Instrument

6

7

8

Type of
collected
tasks: Result
of group
discussion,
quiz, and
assignment
report.
 Type of
instrument:
written
report,
performance
and written
test.

7x45
minutes

 A Level
Chemistry
for Senior
High School
Students,
Volume 1B,
page 1 - 22.

Work
sheet

.periodic table. electronegati vity  Notice the periodic trend of electron affinity of atoms within periods and groups in the periodic table.  Chemical properties of elements  Notice the chemical properties of the elements in the periodic table.  Students can analyze the table or the figure to know the periodic trend of electron affinity of atoms within periods and groups in the periodic table.  Students can analyze the table or the figure to know the periodic trend of electronegativity of atoms within periods and groups in the periodic table.  To understand the chemical properties of the elements in the periodic table  Students understand the chemical properties of the elements in the periodic table.  Notice the periodic trend of electronegativity of atoms within periods and groups in the periodic table. 2.

and temperature. page 139 170. quiz. and molality. gas pressure. Volume 1B. and molality. gas pressure.  Students can explain the factors affecting solubility such as the polarity of solvent and solute.  Type of instrument: written report.  Notice the kind of strong electrolyte and weak electrolyte solutions.SYLLABUS School Subject Grade / Semester Standard of Competence : : : : SMA NEGERI 1 PROBOLINGGO Chemistry X/2 To understand the properties of nonelectrolyte and electrolyte solution. mole fraction. unsaturated. Type of collected tasks: Result of group discussion. and saturated. aqueous and nonaqueous solution.  Students can identify the types of solution. and saturated.  Expressed the concentration of solutions in mass percent. and supersaturated solution. and supersaturated solution.  Design and do experiment to identify the conductivity of electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions in group discussion at laboratory. molarity. mole fraction. also oxidation-reduction reaction No Basic Competence Indicator Instructional Materials Teaching and Learning Activities Assesment Time Allotment Learning Source/ Instrument 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1.  Students can define the concentration of solutions in mass percent. and temperature. unsaturated.  Students can classify solutions in electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions depend on the conductivity by experiment.  11x45 minutes  Resource:  A Level Chemistry for Senior High School Students. and assignment report.  Identify solution and solubility. the properties of nonelectrolyte and electrolyte solution depend on experiment result.  Understand the factors affecting solubility such as the polarity of solvent and solute.  Some factors affecting solubility  Concentration of solutions  Notice the types of solution.  Electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions  Students can explain the differences of properties and types of electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions.  Kind of solutions  Students can identify strong electrolyte and weak electrolyte solutions. aqueous and nonaqueous solution. molarity.  Summarize the differences of properties and types of electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions. performance and written test.  Worksheet  Equipments: tools and material for experiment .

 Practice to define the oxidation number. 9x45 minutes  Resource:  A Level Chemistry for Senior High School Students.  Define the oxidation number of elements in compound or ion.  Define the redox concept on phenomena around us by discussion in class.  Practice for balancing redox equations occurring in acidic and basic solutions.  Worksheet .  Type of instrument: written report. performance and written test.  Balancing redox equations occurring in acidic and basic solutions.  Oxidationreduction reaction concept  Oxidation number of elements in compound or ion  Oxidationreduction equations  Redox applications around us Type of collected tasks: Result of group discussion.  Students can define the oxidation number of elements in compound or ion.2.  Students can describe the redox concept on phenomena around us by discussion in class. oxidizing and reducing result. Volume 1B.reduction reaction concept based on gaining and losing of oxygen. electron.  Practice for balancing redox equations by ion-electron method. and assignment report. and half reaction. oxidizing and reducing result. quiz.  Explain the development of oxidation-reduction reaction concept  Students can different the oxidation. and half reaction. page 113 138.  Students can define the oxidation number. electron.   Notice the oxidation.  Balancing redox equations by ion-electron method.reduction reaction concept based on gaining and losing of oxygen. oxidizing and reducing agents. oxidizing and reducing agents.