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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR

Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.1

Learning
:
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

T&L Activity:
Lecture

Tutorial

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Practical

Revision

Bonding of the carbon atoms: the shapes of


ethane, ethene, ethyne and benzene
molecules

Examination

Subject :

CHEMISTRY

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

To study the bonding of the carbon atoms

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


1. use the concept of sp3, sp2 and sp hybridisations
in carbon atoms to describe the bonding and
shapesof molecules as exemplified by CH4, C2H4,
C2H2 and C6H6;
2. explain the concept of delocalisation of
electrons in benzene ring.

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~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of hybridization,
valency and the types of hybridization.
~ Students get to view the formation of and bonds as exemplified by diagrams of the
overlapping of orbitals in CH4, C2H4, C2H2, and C6H6 molecules
~ Students get to compare the bond strength in C=C and the bonds in benzene rings.
~ Students get to view how the electrons in benzene rings are delocalized (aromaticity).

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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.2 General, empirical, molecular and structural


formulae of organic compounds

CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


3. state general, empirical, molecular and structural
formulae of organic compounds;
4. determine empirical and molecular formulae of
organic compounds.

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Internet

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Encyclopedia
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Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of general,
empirical, molecular, and structural formulae.
~ Students get to calculate empirical formulae and derive molecular formulae

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Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the general, empirical, molecular, and
structural formulae of organic compounds
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.3 Functional groups: classification and


nomenclature

CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
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Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


5. describe the classification of organic compounds
by functional groups and the nomenclature of
classes of organic compounds according to the
IUPAC rules of the following classes of
compounds:
(i) alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and arenes,
(ii) haloalkanes,
(iii) alcohols (including primary, secondary and
tertiary) and phenols,
(iv) aldehydes and ketones,
(v) carboxylic acids and their derivatives (acyl
chlorides, amides and esters),
(vi) primary amines, amino acids and protein.
Multimedia

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the functional groups and the IUPAC
nomenclature and structural formulae for each
Objective(
functional/ radical group
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


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i-Think Map:
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Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of functional groups
~ Students get to classify organic compounds by functional groups
~ Students get to give IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds.

Reflectio:
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Date :

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T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.4 Isomerism: structural and stereoisomerism

CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


6. define structural and stereoisomerism
(geometrical and optical);
7. explain the meaning of a chiral centre in optical
isomerism;
8. classify isomers as structural, cis-trans and
optical isomers;
9. identify chiral centres and/or cis-trans isomerism
in a molecule of given structural formula;
10. deduce the possible isomers for an organic
compound of known molecular formula.
Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
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Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


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Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the Isomerism structural, geometric,
Objective(
and optical
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Circle map
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Flow map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN
.

PENGG
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of structural
isomerism.
~ Students get to view how the alkenes exhibit geometric/cis-trans isomerism in terms of
restricted rotation due to bond/ C=C bonds
~ Students get to identify the chiral centre and to view how such a centre gives rise to
optical isomerism
~ Students get to identify the chiral centres and/or cis-trans isomerism in a molecule of
given structural formula

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time
U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.5 Free radicals, nucleophiles and electrophiles

Learning :
Outcomes

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

Learning
:
Objective(
s)

:
CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

To study the nucleophile and electrophile

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
11. describe homolytic and heterolytic fissions;
12. define the terms free radical, nucleophile and
electrophile;
13. explain that nucleophiles such as OH, NH3, H2O,
Br, I and carbanion are Lewis bases;
14. explain that electrophiles such as H+, NO2+, Br2,
AlCl3, ZnCl2, FeBr3, BF3 and carbonium ion are
Lewis acids.

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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

PENGG
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i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

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.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of Lewis acids and
Lewis bases.
~ Students get to view how organic compounds containing oxygen/nitrogen which have
lone pair electrons (as Lewis bases) form bonds with electron acceptors (as Lewis acids)

Reflectio:
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WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.6 Molecular structure and its effect on physical


properties

CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Learning
: To study the structure and its effect on physical
Objective(
properties
s)

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Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


15. describe the relationship between the size of
molecules in the homologous series and the
melting and boiling points;
16. explain the forces of attraction between
molecules (van der Waals forces and hydrogen
bonding).

PENGG
Blooms Taxonomy Level:
L Rememberin
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Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
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Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

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.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of melting and
boiling points, and the attractive forces between molecules
~ Students get to view the relationship between the size of molecules in the homologous
series and the melting and boiling points
~ Students get to view how the attractive forces between molecules (van der Waals forces
and hydrogen bonding)

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.7 Inductive and resonance effect

CHEMISTRY

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Learning
: To study the effect of the structure and
delocalisation of electrons on the relative acid or
Objective(
base strength, i.e. proton donors or acceptors, in
s)

Teachers Explanation

ethylamine, phenylamine, ethanol, phenol, and


chlorine-substituted ethanoic acids

Learning :
Outcomes

Teaching :
Aids

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


17. explain inductive effect which can determine the
properties and reactions of functional groups;
18. use inductive effect to explain why functional
groups such as NO2, CN, COOH, COOR,
>C=O, SO3H, X (halogen), OH, OR, NH2,
C6H5 are electron acceptors whereas R(alkyl) is
an electron donor;
19. explain how the concept of induction can account
for the differences in acidity between CH3COOH,
ClCH2COOH, Cl2CHCOOH and Cl3CCOOH; between
ClCH2CH2CH2COOH and CH3CH2CHClCOOH;
20. use the concept of resonance to explain the
differences in acidity between CH3CH2OH and
C6H5OH, as well as the differences in basicity
between CH3NH2 and C6H5NH2.
Multimedia

Internet

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Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

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Topical Test/ Examination
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Group Discussion

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
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Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:
Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students get to view how the concept of induction can account for the differences in
acidity between CH3COOH, ClCH2COOH, Cl2CHCOOH, and Cl3CCOOH; between
ClCH2CH2CH2COOH and CH3CH2CHClCOOH
~ Students get to view how the delocalisation of electrons explains the differences in
acidity between ethanol and phenol

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Project Presentation

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Subject :

Topic

14

Learning
Area

14.7 Inductive and resonance effect

CHEMISTRY

T&L Activity:

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to use


the concept of resonance to explain
1. the differences in acidity between CH3CH2OH and
C6H5OH,
2. the differences in basicity between CH3NH2 and
C6H5NH2.
Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion

ethylamine, phenylamine, ethanol, phenol, and


chlorine-substituted ethanoic acids

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the effect of the structure and
delocalisation of electrons on the relative acid or
Objective(
base strength, i.e. proton donors or acceptors, in
s)

Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Assignment/ Exercises

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Video Clip

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Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
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Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

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Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students get to view how the concept of induction can account for the differences in
acidity between CH3COOH, ClCH2COOH, Cl2CHCOOH, and Cl3CCOOH; between
ClCH2CH2CH2COOH and CH3CH2CHClCOOH
~ Students get to view how the delocalisation of electrons explains the differences in
acidity between ethanol and phenol
~ Students get to view how the concept of induction can account for the differences in
basicity between CH3NH2 and C6H5NH2
~ Tutorial and discussions.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.1 Alkanes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


21. write the general formula for alkanes;
22. explain the construction of the alkane series
(straight and branched), and IUPAC nomenclature
of alkanes for C1 to C10;
23. describe the structural isomerism in aliphatic
alkanes and cis-trans isomerism in cycloalkanes;
24. state the physical properties of alkanes; define
alkanes as saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons;
25. name alkyl groups derived from alkanes and
identify primary, secondary, tertiary and
quartenary carbons;
Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


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Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


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.

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkanes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of hydrocarbons
and saturated hydrocarbons.
~ Students get to view the construction of the alkane series (straight and branched) and
IUPAC nomenclature of alkanes for C1 to C10
~ Students get to view how the primary, secondary, tertiary, and quartenary carbons are
identified

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.1 Alkanes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


26. explain the inertness of alkanes towards polar
reagents;
27. describe the mechanism of free radical
substitution as exemplified by the chlorination of
methane (with particular reference to the
initiation, propagation and termination reactions);
28. describe the oxidation of alkane with limited and
excess oxygen, and the use of alkanes as fuels;

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


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Evaluating

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i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


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.

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkanes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students get to view how the homolytic cleavage of bonds produces free radicals
~ Students get to view the halogenation of alkanes and its mechanism as well as the
oxidation of alkane with limited and excess oxygen, and the use of alkanes as fuels
~ Students get to view the mechanism of free radical substitution

Reflectio:

Impact (Strength)

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

ns
Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.1 Alkanes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


29. explain the use of crude oil as a source of
aliphatic hydrocarbons;
30. explain how cracking reactions can be used to
obtain alkanes and alkenes of lower Mr from
larger hydrocarbon molecules;
31. discuss the role of catalytic converters in
minimising air pollution by oxidising CO to CO2
and reducing NOx to N2;
32. explain how chemical pollutants from the
combustion of hydrocarbon affect air quality and
rainwater as exemplified by acid rain,
photochemical smog and greenhouse effect.

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
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Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

Multimedia

Internet

i-Think Map:

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

.
.

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkanes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students get to view how the cracking reactions can be used to obtain alkanes and
alkenes of lower Mr from larger hydrocarbon molecules
~ Students get to view how the CO, CO2, and unburnt hydrocarbons arising from the
internal combustion engine affect the environment and humans life

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.2 Alkenes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


33. write the general formula for alkenes;
34. name alkenes according to the IUPAC
nomenclature and their common names for C1 to
C 5;
35. describe structural and cis-trans isomerism in
alkenes;
36. state the physical properties of alkenes;
37. define alkenes as unsaturated aliphatic
hydrocarbons with one or more double bonds;
Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
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H
O
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g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkenes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of unsaturated
hydrocarbons and addition reactions of alkenes.
~ Students get to view the construction of the alkene series (straight and branched) and
IUPAC nomenclature of alkenes for C1 to C5

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15 HYDROCARBONS

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15.2 Alkenes

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38. describe the chemical reactions of alkenes as
exemplified by the following reactions of ethene:
(i)
addition of hydrogen, steam, hydrogen
halides, halogens, bromine water and
concentrated sulphuric acid,
(ii) oxidation using KMnO4, O2/Ag,
(iii) ozonolysis,
(iv) polymerisation;

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alkenes
s)
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~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of unsaturated
hydrocarbons and addition reactions of alkenes.
~ Students get to view the construction of the alkene series (straight and branched) and
IUPAC nomenclature of alkenes for C1 to C5

Reflectio:
ns

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Time

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Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.2 Alkenes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

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Examination
Teachers Explanation

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkenes
s)
Learning :
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Lecture

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


39. describe the mechanism of electrophilic addition
in alkenes with reference to Markovnikovs rule;
40. explain the use of bromination reaction and
decolourisation of MnO4 ions as simple tests for
alkenes and unsaturated compounds;
41. (i) explain briefly the importance of ethene as a
source for the preparation of chloroethane,
epoxyethane, ethane-1,2-diol and poly(ethane).

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~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of unsaturated
hydrocarbons and addition reactions of alkenes.
~ Students get to view the mechanism of electrophilic addition in alkenes
~ Students get to view how the addition reactions of alkenes take place, exemplified by
ethane, and the use of alkenes in polymer industry.
~ Students get to view the preparation of chloroethane, epoxyethane, ethane-1,2-diol, and
polyethene, and the use in industry.

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Time

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U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.2 Alkenes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkenes
s)

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Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


42. describe the mechanism of electrophilic addition
in alkenes with reference to Markovnikovs rule;
43. explain the use of bromination reaction and
decolourisation of MnO4 ions as simple tests for
alkenes and unsaturated compounds;
44. explain briefly the importance of ethene as a
source for the preparation of chloroethane,
epoxyethane, ethane-1,2-diol and poly(ethane).

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~ Teacher to quiz students to ensure that they understand the concept of unsaturated
hydrocarbons and addition reactions of alkenes.
~ Students get to view the mechanism of electrophilic addition in alkenes
~ Students get to view how the addition reactions of alkenes take place, exemplified by
ethane, and the use of alkenes in polymer industry.
~ Students get to view the preparation of chloroethane, epoxyethane, ethane-1,2-diol, and
polyethene, and the use in industry.
~Summarizes chemical properties of alkenes, comparing alkenes and alkanes.
~ Discussion: Past-year questions & MCQ involving concepts of alkenes

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15 HYDROCARBONS

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15.3 Arenes

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
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s)
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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


45. name aromatic compounds derived from benzene
according to the IUPAC nomenclature, including
the use of ortho, meta and para or the
numbering of substituted groups to the benzene
ring;
46. describe structural isomerism in arenes;

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~ Students get to view the IUPAC nomenclature of benzene derivatives

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15.3 Arenes

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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


47. describe the chemical reactions of arenes as
exemplified by substitution reactions of
haloalkanes and acyl chloride (Friedel-Crafts
reaction), halogen, conc. HNO3/conc. H2SO4 and
SO3 with benzene and methylbenzene (toluene);
48. describe the mechanism of electrophilic
substitution in arenes as exemplified by the
nitration of benzene;

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~ Students get to view the mechanism of mechanism of electrophilic substitution in arenes


illustrated by the nitration of benzene
~ Students get to view the chemistry of arenes as exemplified by substitution reactions of
halogen, HNO3, CH3I/AlCl3, CH3COC1, and SO3 with benzene and methylbenzene (toluene)

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Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
arenes
s)
Learning :
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Lecture

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15 HYDROCARBONS

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15.3 Arenes

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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


49. explain why benzene is more stable than
aliphatic alkenes towards oxidation;
50. describe the reaction between alkylbenzene and
hot acidified KMnO4;
51. determine the products of halogenation of
methylbenzene (toluene) in the presence of
(i)
Lewis acid catalysts,
(ii)
light;

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~ Students get to view how a reaction between an akylbenzene and an oxidant such as
acidified KMnO4 will cause the carbon atoms which are joined directly to the benzene ring
to become a carboxyl group, and the remaining alkyl chains will turn into water and CO 2
~ Students get to view how reaction between an akylbenzene and halogen differs under
different conditions.

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Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
arenes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Time

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Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

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Area

15.3 Arenes

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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


52. explain the inductive effect and resonance effect
of substituted groups (OH, Cl, CH3, NO2,
COCH3, NH2) attached to the benzene ring
towards further substitutions;
53. predict the products in an electrophilic
substitution reaction when the substituted group
in benzene is electron accepting or electron
donating;
54. explain the uses of arenes as solvents;
55. recognise arenes as carcinogen.
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~ Students get to view how the reactions differ when the substitution group in benzene is
an electron accepting or donating group
~ Students get to view the uses of arene compounds as solvents

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Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
arenes
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Time

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Topic

15 HYDROCARBONS

Learning
Area

15.1 Alkanes

Subject :

CHEMISTRY

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Revision

Teachers Explanation

15.3 Arenes

Project Presentation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


56. Determine structure of alkanes, alkenes and
arenes based on physical and chemical
properties given.
57. Answer questions regarding alkanes, alkenes and
arenes and its compounds correctly.

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15.2 Alkenes

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Examination

Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkanes, alkenes and arenes
s)
Learning :
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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


58. Determine structure of alkanes, alkenes and
arenes based on physical and chemical
properties given.
59. Answer questions regarding alkanes, alkenes and
arenes and its compounds correctly.

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Learning
: To study the physical and chemical properties of
Objective(
alkanes, alkenes and arenes
s)

Encyclopedia
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Teachers Explanation

15.3 Arenes

Teaching :
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Tutorial

Examination

15.1 Alkanes
15.2 Alkenes

Learning :
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Lecture

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Learning
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16.1 Haloalkanes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

HALOALKANES

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Assignment/ Exercises

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


60. write the general formula for haloalkanes;
61. name haloalkanes according to the IUPAC
nomenclature;
62. describe the structural and optical isomerism in
haloalkanes;
63. state the physical properties of haloalkanes;

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Examination

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and reactions of
Objective(
haloalkanes.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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~ Students get to learn how to name haloalkanes and classify them according to the
number of alkyl groups attached to the carbon atom with the halogen atom.

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16.1 Haloalkanes

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CHEMISTRY

HALOALKANES

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Assignment/ Exercises

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


64. describe the substitution reactions of haloalkanes
as exemplified by the following reactions of
bromoethane: hydrolysis, the formation of nitriles
and the formation of primary amines;
65. describe the elimination reactions of haloalkanes;

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Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and reactions of
Objective(
haloalkanes.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
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~ Students are shown the general mechanism for the nucleophilic substitution reaction of
haloalkanes. They are also introduced to the different types of nucleophiles (OH -, NH3,
CN-) involved in such reactions. Students are also shown an example of an elimination
reaction involving a haloalkane.

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16.1 Haloalkanes

Subject :

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CHEMISTRY

HALOALKANES

Tutorial

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Examination
Teachers Explanation

Learning
: To study the relative reactivity of haloalkanes and
the effect of some haloalkanes on the environment
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


66. describe the mechanism of nucleophilic
substitution in haloalkanes (SN1 and SN2);
67. explain the relative reactivity of primary,
secondary and tertiary haloalkanes;
68. compare the reactivity of chlorobenzene and
chloroalkanes in hydrolysis reactions;
69. explain the use of haloalkanes in the synthesis of
organomagnesium compounds (Grignard
reagents), and their use in reactions with
carbonyl compounds;

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Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

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Multimedia

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~ Teacher to get students to recall the IUPAC names of haloalkanes and how they are
classified as primary, secondary and tertiary. Teacher to go through the general
mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reactions of haloalkanes.
~ Students are first introduced to the fact that there are two types of mechanism involved
in nucleophilic substitution reactions of haloalkanes. They are then shown the steps
involved in both SN1 and SN2 mechanisms.
~ Students are also shown an experiment to compare the rate of precipitate formation by a
chloroalkane, a bromoalkane and an iodoalkane with silver nitrate solution. Finally, they
are shown that chlorobenzene is less reactive than chloroalkanes due to delocalisation of
the p electrons of the chlorine atom into the benzene ring.

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Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

16

Learning
Area

16.1 Haloalkanes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

HALOALKANES

Learning
: To study the relative reactivity of haloalkanes and
the effect of some haloalkanes on the environment
Objective(
s)

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Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


70. explain the use of haloalkanes in the synthesis of
organomagnesium compounds (Grignard
reagents), and their use in reactions with
carbonyl compounds;
71. describe the uses of fluoroalkanes and
chlorofluoroalkanes as inert substances for
aerosol propellants, coolants and fireextinguishers;
72. state the use of chloroalkanes as insecticide such
as DDT;
73. describe the effect of chlorofluoroalkanes in the
depletion of the ozone layer, and explain its
mechanism.

Teaching :
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~ Teacher explain the definition, preparation and uses of organometals


~ Students are shown how chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) destroy the ozone layer in the
stratosphere and how the use of DDT can result in its accumulation in the human body
causing harm to the nervous system.

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WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

17

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

HYDROXY COMPOUNDS

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Lecture

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Revision

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Learning
Area

PENGG

17.1 Introduction to hydroxy compounds

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and reactions of
Objective(
alcohols.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Teaching :
Aids

Examination
Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


74. write the general formula for hydroxy
compounds;
75. name hydroxy compounds according to the IUPAC
nomenclature;
76. describe structural and optical isomerism in
hydroxy compounds;
77. state the physical properties of hydroxy
compounds.

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ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher states the functional group and general formula for alcohols
~ Teacher explains the IUPAC naming for alcohols and diols
~ Students name alcohols and diols
~ Teacher to get students to recall the concepts of structural and optical isomerism
~ Students draw the structures of the isomers of alcohols given
~ Teacher to get students to recall the concepts of the attractive forces between
molecules.
~ Students state the significant attractive forces between alcohol molecules i.e. hydrogen
bonds
~ Students compare the b.p & mp of alcohols; and state the colour and physical state of
alcohols in room conditions.

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WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

17

Learning
Area

17.2 Alcohols

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

HYDROXY COMPOUNDS

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


78. classify alcohols into primary, secondary and
tertiary alcohol;
79. classify the reactions of alcohols whereby the
ROH bond is broken: the formation of an
alkoxide with sodium, esterification, acylation,
oxidation to carbonyl compounds and carboxylic
acids;
80. classify the reactions of alcohols whereby the
ROH is broken and OH is replaced by other
groups: the formation of haloalkanes and the
dehydration to alkenes and ethers;
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ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the IUPAC names of alkanes.


~ Students are shown how fission of the ROH bond in an alcohol can occur due to its polar
nature. Students are also shown a few examples of reactions that involve this type of
bond fission.
~ Students are shown how fission of the ROH bond can also occur in an alcohol leading to
the formation of haloalkanes and alkenes.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the use of the Lucas test and the
Objective(
triiodomethane test.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

17

Learning
Area

17.2 Alcohols

Learning
:
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Teaching :
Aids

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

HYDROXY COMPOUNDS

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

2. To study the oxidation reactions of alcohols.

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
81. classify alcohols into primary, secondary and
tertiary alcohol;
82. explain the relative reactivity of primary,
secondary and tertiary alcohols as exemplified by
the reaction rate of such alcohols to give
haloalkanes, and the reaction products of
KMnO4/K2Cr2O7 oxidation in the presence of
sulphuric acid;
83. explain the reaction of alcohol with the structure
CH3CH(OH) with alkaline aqueous solution of
iodine to form triiodomethane;
84. describe the laboratory and industrial preparation
of alcohol as exemplified by ethanol from the
hydration of ethane;
85. describe the synthesis of ethanol by fermentation
process;
86. state the uses of alcohols as antiseptic, solvent
and fuel.
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PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the IUPAC names of alkanes.


~ Teacher to get students to recall the general structures of primary, secondary and
tertiary alcohols, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids. Teacher to quiz students on
colour changes given by acidified KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7 when they undergo reduction.
~ Students are shown how to distinguish primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols using
the Lucas test. They are also shown how these alcohols give different products with
oxidising agents such as acidified KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7 .
~ Students are shown how alcohols with the structure CH3CH(OH) can be identified by the
triiodomethane test.

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WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Subject :

Topic

18 CARBONYL COMPOUNDS

Learning
Area

18.1 Aldehydes and Ketones

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

2. chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones.

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the:
1. nomenclature and chemical reactions of
Objective(
aldehydes and ketones.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


87. write the general formula for carbonyl
compounds: aliphatic and aromatic aldehydes
and ketones;
88. name aliphatic and aromatic aldehydes and
ketones according to the IUPAC nomenclature;
89. describe structural and optical isomerism in
carbonyl compounds;
90. state the physical properties of aliphatic and
aromatic aldehydes and ketones;
91. write the equations for the preparation of
aldehydes and ketones;
92. explain the use of 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine
reagent as a simple test to detect the presence of
>C=O groups;
93. explain the mechanism of the nucleophilic
addition reactions of hydrogen cyanide with

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aldehydes and ketones;

Teaching :
Aids

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Internet

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Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

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map
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Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the definition of a nucleophile and point out to them the
difference between an addition and a condensation reaction.
~ Students are shown the general structures and IUPAC names of aldehydes and ketones.
~ Students are shown the general mechanism for nucleophilic addition reactions of
aldehydes and ketones.
~ Students are shown how ethanal reacts with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine.

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PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Subject :

Topic

18 CARBONYL COMPOUNDS

Learning
Area

18.1 Aldehydes and Ketones

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


1. explain the reduction reactions of aldehydes and
ketones to primary and secondary alcohols
respectively through catalytic hydrogenation
reaction and with LiA1H4;
2. explain the oxidation of aldehydes;
3. differentiate between aldehyde and ketone based
on the results of simple tests as exemplified by
Fehlings solution and Tollens reagent;
4. explain the reactions of carbonyl compounds with
the structure CH3C=O with alkaline aqueous
solution of iodine to give triiodomethane
(iodoform test);
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Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the definition of oxidation and reduction.


~ Students are shown the reduction reactions of aldehydes and ketones to primary and
secondary alcohols respectively through catalytic hydrogenation reaction and with LiA1H 4;
~ Students are shown the oxidation of ethanal using acidified KMnO4, Tollens reagent and
Fehlings solution.
~ Students are shown the reduction of aldehydes and ketones using reducing agents such
as hydrogen with nickel or platinum catalyst and lithium aluminium hydride.
~ Students are shown the triiodomethane test for aldehydes and ketones which have the
CH3C=O structure.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the chemical properties of aldehydes and
ketones.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Subject :

Topic

18 CARBONYL COMPOUNDS

Learning
Area

18.2 Carbohydrates

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


1. explain that natural compounds such as glucose,
sucrose and other carbohydrates which have the
>C=O group;
2. explain the characteristics of glucose as a
reducing sugar.

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Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the structures of carbonyl compounds and the reducing
property of aldehydes.
~ Students get to study how carbohydrates are classified as monosaccharides,
disaccharides and polysaccharides. They also get to view the open chain form as well as
the ring form of glucose and fructose molecules.
~ Students get to view how reducing sugars like glucose and fructose produce a silver
mirror with Tollens reagent.

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ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the structure and reducing properties of
some carbohydrates.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 19 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR


DERIVATIVES

Teaching :
Aids

19.1 Carboxylic Acids

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Lesson

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At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


3. write the general formula for aliphatic and
aromatic carboxylic acids;
4. name carboxylic acids according to the IUPAC
nomenclature and their common names for C1 to
C6;
5. describe structural and optical isomerism in
carboxylic acids;
6. state the physical properties of carboxylic acids;
7. write the equations for the formation of
carboxylic acids from alcohols, aldehydes and
nitriles;
8. describe the acidic properties of carboxylic acids
as exemplified by their reactions with metals and
bases to form salts;

Encyclopedia
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Tutorial

Examination

Project Presentation

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and acidic property of
carboxylic acids.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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~ Teacher to get students to recall the oxidation reactions of alcohols.


~ Students are taught the general structure and nomenclature of carboxylic acids.
~ Students are shown how carboxylic acids can be synthesised from the oxidation of
alcohols and the hydrolysis of nitriles.
~ Students get to compare the acidity of alcohols, phenol and carboxylic acids.

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Impact (Shortcomings)

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PENGG

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 19 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR


DERIVATIVES

19.1 Carboxylic Acids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

To study the chemical reactions of carboxylic acids.

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


1. explain the substitution of the OH in carboxylic
acids by the nucleophiles OR and C1 to form
esters and acyl chlorides respectively;
2. describe the reduction of carboxylic acids to
primary alcohols;
3. describe the oxidation and dehydration of
methanoic and ethanedioic acids (oxalic acid);
4. state the uses of carboxylic acids in food,
perfume and polymer industries.

Project Presentation
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Assignment/ Exercises

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Internet

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Journal/

Encyclopedia
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Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


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Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the general structure and nomenclature of carboxylic
acids.
~ Students are shown how the OH group in a carboxylic acid is substituted to produce an
acyl chloride and an ester.
~ Students are taught that carboxylic acids can be reduced by powerful reducing agents to
a primary alcohol.
~ Students are shown how methanoic and ethanedioic acids differ from other carboxylic
acids in that they can be oxidised by KMnO4, and in the case of methanoic acid, by
Tollens reagent and Fehlings solution as well.
~ Students are shown a few uses of carboxylic acids.

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ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
:
Objective(
s)

Teaching :
Aids

Lecture

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PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 19 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR


DERIVATIVES

Teaching :
Aids

19.2 Acyl chlorides

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Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


5. write the general formula for acyl chlorides;
6. name acyl chlorides according to the IUPAC
nomenclature;
7. describe structural and optical isomerism in acyl
chlorides;
8. state the physical properties of acyl chlorides;
9. explain the ease of hydrolysis of acyl chlorides
compared to chloroalkanes;
10. describe the reactions of acyl chlorides with
alcohols, phenols and primary amines.

Encyclopedia
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Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and chemical reactions
of acyl chlorides.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the general structure of carboxylic acids.


~ Students are taught the general structure and nomenclature of acyl chlorides.
~ Students are shown how ethanoyl chloride can react with water at room temperature due
to the electronwithdrawing effect of the oxygen atom present.
~ Students are shown the reactions of ethanoyl chloride with reagents such as ethanol,
phenol, ammonia and ethylamine.

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Impact (Shortcomings)

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WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

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Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 19 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR


DERIVATIVES

Teaching :
Aids

19.3 Esters

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Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


11. write the general formula for esters;
12. name esters according to the IUPAC
nomenclature;
13. describe structural and optical isomerism in
esters;
14. state the physical properties of esters;
15. describe the preparation of esters by the
reactions of acyl chlorides with alcohols and
phenols;
16. describe the acid and base hydrolysis of esters;
17. describe the reduction of esters to primary
alcohols;
18. state the uses of esters as flavourings,
preservatives and solvents.

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Tutorial

Examination

Project Presentation

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and chemical reactions
Objective(
of esters.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Assignment/ Exercises

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PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall that ester is a carboxylic acid derivative.


~ Students are taught the nomenclature of esters.
~ Students are shown the acidic and basis hydrolysis of esters to form carboxylic acids.
~ Students are shown how esters can be reduced to primary alcohols using reducing
agents such as sodium metal in alcohol and lithium aluminium hydride.
~ Students are shown some uses of esters.

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Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 19 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR


DERIVATIVES

Teaching :
Aids

19.4 Amides

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Topical Test/ Examination

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Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


19. write the general formula for amides;
20. name amides according to the IUPAC
nomenclature;
21. describe structural and optical isomerism in
amides;
22. state the physical properties of amides;
23. describe the preparation of amides by the
reaction of acyl chlorides with primary amines;
24. describe the acid and base hydrolysis of amides.

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Tutorial

Examination

Project Presentation

Learning
: To study the nomenclature and reactions of
Objective(
amides.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Others:

.
.

PENGG
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the nomenclature and structure of acyl chlorides and
esters.
~ Students get to study the nomenclature of amides and how to classify them as primary,
secondary or tertiary.
~ Students get to study that amides can undergo acidic and basic hydrolysis.
~ Students are shown how amides can be prepared by the ammonolysis of acyl chlorides
and of esters.

Reflectio:
ns

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Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time
U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 20 AMINES, AMINO ACIDS AND


PROTEINS

20.1 Amines

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


25. write the general formula for amines;
26. name amines according to the IUPAC
nomenclature and their common names;
27. describe structural and optical isomerism in
amines;
28. state the physical properties of amines;
29. classify amines into primary, secondary and
tertiary amines;
30. explain the relative basicity of ammonia,
ethanamine and phenylamine (aniline) in terms
of their structures;
31. describe the preparation of ethanamine by the

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Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

Learning
: To study amines in terms of their nomenclature,
classification, preparation and their basic nature.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
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Kemajuan
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RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

reduction of nitriles, and phenylamine by the


reduction of nitrobenzene;
32. explain the formation of salts when amines react
with mineral acids;

i-Think Map:

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

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Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Circle map
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map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

.
.

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the structure and basic property of ammonia.
~ Students get to study how to name and classify amines as primary, secondary or tertiary.
~ Students get to view how amines can be prepared by the ammonolysis of chloroethane
and by the reduction of ethanenitrile.
~ Students get to study how amines are able to act as a Brnsted base and why aliphatic
amines are stronger bases than ammonia while aromatic amines are weaker bases.

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ns

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Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time
U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
2

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 20 AMINES, AMINO ACIDS AND


PROTEINS

20.1 Amines

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Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination

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PENGG

Area
Learning
:
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Teaching :
Aids

To study chemical tests for aniline.

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


33. differentiate primary aliphatic amines from
primary aryl (aromatic) amines by their
respective reactions with nitric(III) acid (nitrous
acid) and bromine water;
34. explain the formation of dyes by the coupling
reaction of the diazonium salt as exemplified by
the reaction of benzenediazonium chloride with
phenol.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

BloomsAssignment/
Taxonomy Level:
Exercises
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.
.

Creating

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map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the nomenclature and structure of amines.


~ Students get to view the use of bromine water as a chemical test for aniline. They also
get to view the formation of an azo dye from phenylamine.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
2

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Others:

Group Discussion

Time

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Class:

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

PENGG

CHEMISTRY

: 20 AMINES, AMINO ACIDS AND


PROTEINS

Teaching :
Aids

20.2 Amino acids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/
Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

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.

Revision

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Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the structures and acid/base properties of amines and
carboxylic acids
~ Students get to view the structures of a few -amino acids and learn how to name them.
~ Students get to study how amino acids can exist as dipolar ions or zwitterions in the solid
form. They also get to view how a mixture of amino acids can be separated by
electrophoresis.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


35. write the structure and general formula for amino acids;
36. name -amino acids according to the IUPAC
nomenclature and their common names;
37. describe structural and optical isomerism in
amino acids;
38. state the physical properties of -amino acids;
39. describe the acid and base properties of -amino
acids;
40. describe the formation of zwitterions;
41. explain the peptide linkage as amide linkage
formed by the condensation between two or
more -amino acids as exemplified by
glycylalanine and alanilglycine.

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study amino acids in terms of their structure
and nomenclature as well as their amphoteric
Objective(
property.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: 20 AMINES, AMINO ACIDS AND


PROTEINS

20.3 Protein

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


42. identify the peptide linkage in the primary
structure of protein;
43. describe the hydrolysis of proteins;
44. state the biological importance of proteins.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study proteins in terms of their structure and
formation as well as their hydrolysis reactions.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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map
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Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Teacher to get students to recall the structure of -amino acids and amides
~ Students get to view how a protein molecule is formed from the condensation reaction
between amino acids. They also get to learn how to name dipeptides formed from two
amino acids. Finally, students get to study how the structure of proteins are classified as
primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary.
~ Students get to view how proteins can be broken up into their constituent amino acids
via a hydrolysis reaction.
~ Students get to view a few examples of proteins that are found in the biological systems.

Reflectio:

Impact (Strength)

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PENGG

ns
Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

21 POLYMERS

Learning
Area

21.1 Polymers

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


45. Students should be able to:
46. state examples of natural and synthetic
polymers;
47. define monomer, polymer, repeating unit,
homopolymer and copolymer;
48. identify the monomers in a polymer;
49. describe condensation polymerisation as
exemplified by terylene and nylon-6,6;

Multimedia

Internet

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Journal/

Revision

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Practical

Teachers Explanation

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the formation of polymers by addition and
condensation reactions.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
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map
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- Teacher to get students to recall the structures of alkenes, alcohols, carboxylic acids and
amines.
- Students get to view how poly(ethene) is formed from ethene monomers. They also get to
learn that polymers are a series of repeating units.

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PENGG

- Students get to view the formation of a polyamide and a polyester from the condensation
reactions between two different types of monomers.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

21 POLYMERS

Learning
Area

21.1 Polymers

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Teaching :
Aids

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


50. describe addition polymerisation as exemplified
by poly(ethene)/polyethylene/ polythene,
poly(phenylethene)/polystyrene and
poly(chloroethene)/polyvinylchloride;
51. state the role of the Ziegler-Natta catalyst in the
addition polymerisation process;
52. explain the classification of polymers as
thermosetting, thermoplastic and elastomer;

Multimedia

Internet

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Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To study the mechanisms involved for addition
polymerisation and the different types of polymers.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Circle map
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Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map

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RT
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PENGG
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

- Teacher to get students to recall how addition polymerisation takes place between alkene
monomers.
- Students get to view the mechanisms for free radical addition polymerisation, cationic
addition polymerisation and anionic addition polymerisation.
- Students get to view the stereochemical configurations of polymers and learn that the
presence of Ziegler-Natta catalysts results in the production of isotactic and syndiotactic
polymers.
- Students get to study how polymers are classified as thermoplastics, thermosetting
plastics and elastomers.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

21 POLYMERS

Learning
Area

21.1 Polymers

Learning
:
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

To study the structure and uses of rubber

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
53. identify isoprene (2-methylbuta-1,3-diene) as the
monomer of natural rubber;
54. describe the two isomers in poly(2- methylbuta1,3-diene) in terms of the elastic cis form (from
the Hevea brasiliensis trees) and the inelastic
trans form (from the gutta- percha trees);
55. state the uses of polymers;
56. explain the difficulty in the disposal of polymers;
57. outline the advantages and disadvantages of
dumping polymer-based materials in rivers and
seas.

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YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

PENGG

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

- Teacher to get students to recall the concept of monomers and polymerisation.


- Students get to view the structure of natural rubber and how it is formed from its
monomer.
- Students get to view the structure of SBR rubber.
- Students get to view some uses of rubber

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Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT (SBA)

Learning
Area

Experiment 11

CHEMISTRY

Learning
: To carry out chemical tests in order to determine
the functional group & structure of alcohol,
Objective(
aldehyde & propanone
s)

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Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

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Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


58. To use oxidising property (KMnO4/H+ @ Tollens
reagent @ Fehlings solution) to determine
whether unknown organic compound is
alcohol/aldehyde or ketone
59. To use Iodoform test to determine the structure of
unknown organic compound

PENGG
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L Rememberin
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Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
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Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

- T: To brief students about lab regulations & precautions


- S: Conduct experiment in order.
- T: Help students deduce the functional group & structure of unknown organic compounds
- S: Complete experimental report and submit to teacher.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT (SBA)

Learning
Area

Experiment 12

CHEMISTRY

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Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination

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Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Learning
: To carry out chemical tests in order to distinguish
amine & amidw
Objective(
s)

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


60. To use a mixture of HCl/ NaNO2 to identify the
presence of amino group in KA1 & KA2
61. To use iodine solution to determine whether the
structure of KA2 consists of a benzene ring.
62. To distinguish KA1 & KA2 using dilute acid
solution, neutralisation/ hydrolysis.

Group Discussion

BloomsAssignment/
Taxonomy Level:
Exercises
Rememberin
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Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
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Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
.
.

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Creating

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

T: To brief students about lab regulations & precautions when they conduct experiment
S: Conduct experiment in order.
T: Help students deduce the functional group & structure of unknown organic compounds
S: Complete experimental report and submit to teacher.

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

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KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT (SBA)

Learning
Area

Experiment 13

CHEMISTRY

Revision

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


63. To synthesize azo dye from 2-aminobenzoic acid

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

- T: To brief students about lab regulations & precautions when they conduct experiment
- S: Conduct experiment in order.
- S: Complete experimental report and submit to teacher.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

O
T
S

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To carry out diazotisation & coupling reaction to
Objective(
make azo dye
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

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Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

Revision

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


64. To state correct reagents & conditions for all the
reactions involving organic compounds

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

.
.

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Q&A
Worksheet & notes

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

O
T
S

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To review all the chemical properties of organic
Objective(
compounds
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

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map
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Kecergasan Untuk
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PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


65. To state the name of functional group in a
compound and describe chemical test on the
functional group

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

.
.

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Q&A
Worksheet & notes

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Impact (Shortcomings)

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To review all the chemical tests of functional
Objective(
groups
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

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map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


66. To identify change in the structure of initial
compound and final product
67. To determine the intermediate compound
68. To state correct reagents & conditions for every
step

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

.
.

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Q&A
Worksheet & notes

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: To convert compound A into compound B using a 2
Objective(
steps/ 3 steps synthesis
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

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Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: REVISION
- MODEL PAPER (Set 1)

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


69. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
70. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
Objective(
correct in Section A, B and C.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in model paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:

Impact (Strength)

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

ns
Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: REVISION
- MODEL PAPER (Set 2)

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


71. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
72. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
Objective(
correct in Section A, B and C.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

Circle map
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Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in model paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: REVISION
- MODEL PAPER (Set 3)

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


73. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
74. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination

Revision

Project Presentation

O
T
S

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Others:

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
Objective(
correct in Section A, B and C.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN
.

PENGG
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in model paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time

Subject :

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: REVISION
- MODEL PAPER (Set 4)

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


75. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
76. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
Objective(
correct in Section A, B and C.
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

O
T
S

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:
Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map

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Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

.
.

PENGG
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in model paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:

Time
U6S1/ U6S2

Topic
Learning
Area

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

: REVISION
- MODEL PAPER (Set 5)

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


77. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
78. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T

Every Student Could Enter University

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

PENGG
S
i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in model paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (1999)

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)

Every Student Could Enter University

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


79. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
80. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

PENGG
Blooms Taxonomy Level:
L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

Learning

Students will be able to answer at least 50%

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2000)

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation

Every Student Could Enter University

Project Presentation

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Objective(
s)

correct in Section A, B and C.

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


81. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
82. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

PENGG
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

Learning
2

:
CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2001)

Every Student Could Enter University

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Area
Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


83. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
84. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Creating

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :
Class:
2

Time
U6S1/ U6S2

Subject :

T&L Activity:
CHEMISTRY

Every Student Could Enter University

Lecture

Tutorial

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

PENGG

PAST-YEAR (2002)

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


85. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
86. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
.
.

Creating

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
2

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Date :

Time

Subject :

PENGG
T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2003)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


87. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
88. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2004)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


89. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
90. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2005)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


91. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
92. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2006)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


93. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
94. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2007)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


95. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
96. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2008)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


97. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
98. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:

Impact (Strength)

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

ns
Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2009)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


99. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
100. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

Video Clip

Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Creating

i-Think Map:

Topical Test/ Examination


.
.

Revision

Project Presentation

O
T
S

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Reflectio:
ns

PENGG

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2010)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


101. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
102. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2011)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


103. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
104. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Revision

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S

O
T
S

Video Clip

Topical Test/ Examination


Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


.
.

Practical

Teachers Explanation

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

PENGG
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2012)

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


105. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
106. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

O
T
S

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

i-Think Map:
Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Others:

.
.

PENGG
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2013)

Practical

Revision

Teachers Explanation

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


107. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
108. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

Blooms Taxonomy Level:


L Rememberin
O
T
S
H
O
T

Tutorial

Examination

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
correct in Section A, B and C.
Objective(
s)
Learning :
Outcomes

Lecture

Every Student Could Enter University

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

PENGG
S
i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
Others:

.
.

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

WEEK
Date :

Time

Subject :

T&L Activity:

Class:

U6S1/ U6S2

Topic

REVISION:

Learning
Area

Wrap-Up (Chapter 14 Chapter 21)

CHEMISTRY

PAST-YEAR (2014)

Learning
: Students will be able to answer at least 50%
Objective(
correct in Section A, B and C.
s)

Every Student Could Enter University

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

Revision

Examination
Teachers Explanation
Project Presentation
Group Discussion
Assignment/ Exercises

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Learning :
Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


109. gain more confidence throughout the process
repeatedly reviewing chemical properties of
functional groups, and
110. explain chemical reactions/ structure of
compounds/ observations correctly.

PENGG
Blooms Taxonomy Level:
L Rememberin
O
T
S
H

Teaching :
Aids

Multimedia

Internet

Powerpoint/ Flash

Journal/

Encyclopedia
Courseware CD

O
T
S

Handouts/ Notes/ Worksheet


Topical Test/ Examination
.
.

Creating

Circle map
Bubble map
Double bubble
map
Tree map
Brace map
Flow map
Multi-Flow map
Bridge map

Developm
ent : of
Lesson

~ Students try to answer all the questions in past-year paper on their own.
~ Teacher explains selected questions to help students remember and understand the
concepts.

Reflectio:
ns

Impact (Strength)

Impact (Shortcomings)

Improvements/ Enrichment/ Extension

i-Think Map:

Video Clip

Others:

g
Understandin
g
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating

Every Student Could Enter University

YEE6301 SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN MERADONG, BINTANGOR


Committed To Excellence
Kecergasan Untuk
KOHO
PANITIA SAINS TINGKATAN 6
Kemajuan
STPM 2016
RT
RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN HARIAN

Every Student Could Enter University

PENGG