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Grade: ______________11_______________ Semester: 2nd

Core Subject Title: Chemistry 2 No. of Hours/Semester: 80 hours per semester

Prerequisites (if needed): ___________Chemistry 1________________

2nd Semester

Content Content Performance Learning Competencies Revised Highest Enabling Generic List of Teaching
Blooms Strategy to Use in Strategies
Standard Standard Developing the
Taxonomy Highest Thinking Skill
to Assess

KUD Teaching

Classification Strategy

Intermolecular The learners The learners: The learners:

Forces and Lecture by
Liquids and Solids demonstrate an design a simple teacher
1. Kinetic investigation to 1. use the Class discussion
molecular model understanding determine the kinetic Doing Applying Reticular conducted by Reticular Activating System (RAS)
of liquids and of: effect on boiling molecular Activating teacher - The Reticular Activating
solids point or freezing model to explain System (RAS) Recitation oral System (RAS) is a critical
2. Intermolecular point when a properties of Alpha Ladder questions by component of the brain,
Forces solid is dissolved liquids and which filters all incoming
Attribute teacher answered
3. Dipole-dipole properties of in water solids orally by students stimuli and prepares
forces solutions, individuals for learning new
Concept (then what!)
4. Ion-dipole solubility, and 2. describe and Discussion groups information. This primary
forces the differentiate the conducted by filtering system
5. Dispersion stoichiometry of types of selected student communicates and alerts the
forces reactions in intermolecular Knowledge Understandig brain and the rest of the body
6. Hydrogen solutions forces (yes, and what of potential changes in the
bonds else!) environment, which prepares
7. Properties of 3. predict the Lecture- the learner for new
liquids and IMF intermolecular demonstration by information and experiences.
8. Surface Tension forces possible teacher (and then Therefore, the RAS ignites
9. Viscosity for a molecule Understanding Analyzing ones curiosity and interest in
what 145 other
techniques!) learning new topics and
concepts, which makes this an
10. Vapour 4. describe the Lecture- optimal time for meaningful
pressure, boiling following demonstration by learning.
point properties of Knowledge Understanding another Alpha Ladder
11. Molar heat of liquids, and instructor(s) from - Students could use an
vaporization explain the Reticular a special field Alpha Ladder
12. Structure and effect of Activating (guest speaker)
Properties of intermolecular System (RAS) Presentation by a to create topic vocabulary
Water forces on these Alpha Ladder panel of lists and
13. Types and properties: Attribute instructors or
properties of surface tension, Listing students display them on the
solids viscosity, vapor Concept Presentations by classroom walls.
14. Crystalline pressure, boiling Map student panels
and amorphous point, and molar from the class: Attribute Listing
solids heat of class invited to - Attribute listing is a great
15. Types of vaporization participate technique for ensuring all
Crystals ionic, Student reports possible aspects of a problem
covalent, 5. explain the by individuals have been examined.
molecular, properties of Student-group Attribute listing is breaking
metallic water with its Knowledge Understanding
reports by the problem down into
16. Phase molecular committees from smaller and smaller bits and
Changes structure and the class seeing what you discover
- phase diagrams intermolecular Debate (informal) when you do.
of water and forces on current issues Concept Map
carbon dioxide by students from - A concept map or conceptual
6. describe the class diagram is a diagram that
difference in Class discussions depicts suggested
structure of Knowledge Understanding
conducted by a relationships between
crystalline and student or concepts. It is a graphical tool
amorphous student that instructional designers,
solids committee engineers, technical writers,
Forums and others use to organize
7. describe the Bulletin boards and structure knowledge.
different types
Small groups such
of crystals and
Knowledge Understanding as task oriented, Lab Activity
their properties:
discussion, - A separation process is a
ionic, covalent,
Socratic method to achieve any
molecular, and
Collecting phenomenon that converts a
Textbook mixture of chemical substance
assignments into two or more distinct
Reading product mixtures, which may
assignments in be referred to as mixture. at
journals, least one of which is enriched
monographs, etc.
8. describe the Knowledge Understanding Reticular Reading in one or more of the
nature of the Activating assignments in mixture's constituents.
following phase System (RAS) supplementary
changes in books
Alpha Ladder
terms of energy
Attribute Assignment to
change and the outline portions
increase or of the textbook
decrease in
Map Assignment to
molecular order: outline certain
solid-liquid, supplementary
liquid-vapor, readings
and solid-vapor Crossword
9. interpret the Construction of
phase diagram vocabulary lists
of water and Construction of
carbon dioxide Understanding Understanding
summaries by
10. (LAB) Required term
Measure and paper
explain the Doing Applying
Panel discussion
difference in the Biographical
viscosity of reports given by
some liquids students
Reports on
11. (LAB)
Determine and
research studies
explain the
Doing Applying and experiments
heating and
by students
cooling curve of
Library research
a substance
on topics or
Written book
reports by
Flannel boards
Use of pretest
Flash cards
Physical The learners The learners:
Properties of
Solutions demonstrate an
1. describe the
1. Types of understanding different types Understanding Understanding
Solutions of: of solutions
2. Energy of
solution 2. use different
formation properties of ways of Doing Applying
3. Concentration solutions, expressing
Units and solubility, and concentration of Reticular
comparison of the solutions: Activating
concentration stoichiometry of percent by System (RAS)
units reactions in mass, mole Alpha Ladder
a. percent by solutions fraction, Attribute
mass, by volume molarity, Listing
b. mole fraction molality, Concept
c. molality percent by Map
d. molarity volume, percent
e. percent by by mass, ppm
volume, percent
by mass, ppm 3. perform
4. Solution stoichiometric Doing Applying
stoichiometry calculations for
5. Factors reactions in
affecting solution
6. Colligative 4. explain the
effect of Understanding Understanding
Properties of
Nonelectrolyte temperature on
and electrolyte the solubility of
solutions a solid and of a

5. explain the
effect of
Understanding Understanding
pressure on the
solubility of a
6. describe the Knowledge Understanding
effect of
on the
properties of
solutions Reticular
7. differentiate System (RAS)
the colligative Alpha Ladder
properties of Understanding Understanding
nonelectrolyte Listing
solutions and of
electrolyte Map

8. Calculate
boiling point
elevation and Doing Applying
freezing point
depression from
concentration of
a solute in a

9. calculate
molar mass
Doing Applying
from colligative
property data

10. (LAB)
Doing Applying
Perform acid-
base titration to
concentration of

11. (LAB)
Determine the Doing Applying
solubility of a
solid in a given
amount of water
at different
12. (LAB) Activating
Determine the Doing Applying System (RAS)
molar mass of a Alpha Ladder
solid from the
change of
melting point or
boiling point of
a solution
Thermochemistry The learners The learners:
1. Energy Changes
in Chemical demonstrate an 1. explain the Understanding Understanding
Reactions: energy changes
exothermic and understanding during chemical Reticular
endothermic of: reactions Activating
processes System (RAS)
2. First Law of energy changes 2. distinguish Alpha Ladder
Thermodynamics in chemical between Understanding Analyzing
3. Enthalpy of a reactions exothermic and
Chemical endothermic
Reaction processes
- thermochemical
equations 3. explain the
4. Calorimetry first law of Understanding Understanding
5. Standard thermodynamics
Enthalpy of
Formation and 4. explain
Reaction enthalpy of a Understanding Understanding
Hess Law reaction.

5. Write the
thermochemical Doing Applying
equation for a

6. Calculate the
change in
enthalpy of a
Doing Applying
given reaction
using Hess Law

7. (LAB) Do
exercises on
Doing Applying
the heat of Doing Applying Reticular
neutralization of Activating
an acid System (RAS)
Alpha Ladder

Chemical Kinetics The learners

1. The Rate of a The learners:
Reaction demonstrate an
2. Factors that
influence reaction understanding 1. describe how Understanding Understanding
rate of: various factors Reticular
3. The Rate Law influence the Activating
and its rate of a System (RAS)
components 1. The rate of a reaction Alpha Ladder
4. Collision theory reaction and the Attribute
5. Catalysis various factors 2. write the Listing
that influence it mathematical Concept
relationship Doing Applying Map
2. the collision
theory between the
rate of a
reaction, rate
constant, and
concentration of

3. differentiate
zero, first-, and Understanding Understanding
4. write the rate Doing Applying
law for first-
order reaction

5. discuss the Understanding Understanding Reticular

effect of Activating
reactant System (RAS)
concentration Alpha Ladder
on the half-time Attribute
of a first-order Listing
Understanding Understanding Map
6. explain the
effect of
temperature on
the rate of a

7. explain Understanding Understanding

qualitatively in
terms of

8. explain
activation Understanding Understanding
energy and how
a catalyst affects
the reaction rate

9. cite and
Knowledge Understanding
differentiate the
types of

Doing Applying
the effect of
various factors
on the rate of a
Performance Task

Modified Jeopardy

A PowerPoint presentation with numbers 1 to 41 will be shown on screen. Students will pick a number. Each number is an assigned chemical problem/equation that is relevant to the semesters topics. The
student will then have to solve by writing it on the black board. The student will be scored according the correctness and accuracy of his/her solution. If the student will not be able to answer the
problem/chemical equation, he or she may opt to get a hang mans score (15/40). For those who will be caught cheating or sharing answers in any form will automatically get a zero. Overall points of the said
performance task is 40 points.

Correctness (correct answer) 20

Accuracy (correct usage of appropriate formula) 20

Total 40