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ANNUAL LESSON PLAN

CHEMISTRY
FORM 4 2010

EXERCISES
(MINIMUM REQUIREMENT)
EXPERIMENT
WEE PAPER PAPER PAPER
DATE TOPIC LEARNING AREA (MINIMUM
K 1 2 3
REQUIREMENT)
OBJEC STRUC ESS Q
Q2
TIVE TURED AY 1
1 04/01/1
0- ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
08/01/1
0
2 1.0 1.1 UNDERSTANDING CHEMISTRY
11/01/1 INTRODUCTI AND ITS IMPORTANCE
0- ON TO
15/01/1 CHEMISTRY 1.2 SYNTHESISING SCIENTIFIC
0 METHODS
5 1 - - -
1.3 INCORPORATE SCIENTIFIC
ATTITUDES AND VALUES IN
CONDUCTING SCIENTIFIC

2 11/01/1 2.0 THE 2.1 ANALYSING MATTER 1. Conduct an activity to


0- STRUCTURE investigate diffusion of
15/01/1 OF THE particles in solid, liquid
0 ATOM and gas
2. Conduct an activity to
3 determine the melting 6 2 1 1 0
18/01/1 and freezing points of
0- acetamide or
22/01/1 naphthalene
0

3 18/01/1 2.2 SYNTHESISING ATOMIC


0- STRUCTURE
22/01/1
4 0

25/01/1
0-
29/01/1
0
4 25/01/1 2.3 UNDERSTANDING ISOTOPE AND
0- ASSESSING THEIR IMPORTANCE
29/01/1
0
5 01/02/1 2.4 UNDERSTANDING THE
0- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF AN
05/02/1 ATOM
0
APPRECIATE THE ORDERLINESS AND
UNIQUENESS OF THE ATOMIC
STRUCTURE

5 01/02/1 3.1 UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING


0- THE CONCEPTS OF RELATIVE
05/02/1 ATOMIC MASS ANG RELATVE 8 1 1 1 0
0 MOLECULAR MASS

6 08/02/1 3.2 ANALYSING THE RELATIONSHIP


0- BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF
12/02/1 MOLES WITH THE NUMBER OF
0 PARTICLES

3.3 ANALYSING THE RELATIONSHIP


BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF
MOLES OF A SUBSTANCE WITH
ITS MASS

7 17/02/1 3.0 3.4 ANALYSING THE RELATIONSHIP Conduct an activity to


0- BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF determine the empirical
19/02/1 CHEMICAL MOLES OF A GAS WITH ITS formula of copper(II) oxide
0 FORMULAE VOLUME and magnesium oxide
AND
EQUATIONS 3.5 SYNTHESISING CHEMICAL
FORMULAE

8 22/02/1 3.6 INTERPRETING CHEMICAL


0- EQUATIONS
25/02/1
0 3.7 PRACTISING SCIENTIFIC
ATITUDES AND VALUES IN
9 INVESTIGATING MATTER

01/03/1
0-
05/03/1
0

10 08/03/1 4.0 4.1 ANALYSING THE PERIODIC TABLE


0- PERIODIC OF ELEMENTS
12/03/1 TABLE OF 6 1 1 0 1
0 ELEMENTS

10 08/03/1 4.2 ANALYSING GROUP 18 ELEMENTS


0-
12/03/1
0

13/03/1 Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 1


0-
21/03/1
0
11 22/03/1 4.3 ANALYSING GROUP 1 ELEMENTS Carry out an experiment to
0- investigate the reactions of
26/03/1 lithium, sodium and
12 0 potassium with water and
oxygen.
29/03/1
0-
02/04/1
0
12 29/03/1 4.0 4.4 ANALYSING GROUP 17
0- PERIODIC ELEMENTS
02/04/1 TABLE OF
13 0 ELEMENTS

05/04/1
0-
09/04/1
0
13 05/04/1 4.5 ANALYSING ELEMENTS IN A
0- PERIOD
09/04/1
0
14 12/04/1 4.6 UNDERSTANDING TRANSITION
0- ELEMENTS
16/04/1
0 4.7 APPRECIATING THE
EXISTENCE OF ELEMENT AND
THEIR COMPOUNDS
14 12/04/1 5.1 UNDERSTANDING FORMATION OF
0- COMPOUNDS
8 2 2 - -
16/04/1
0
15 19/04/1 5.0 5.2 SYNTHESIZING IDEAS ON
0- CHEMICAL FORMATION OF IONIC BOND
23/04/1 BONDS
0
16 26/04/1 5.3 SYNTHESIZING IDEAS ON
0- FORMATION OF COVALENT BOND
30/04/1
0
17 03/05/1 5.4 ANALYSING PROPERTIES OF Carry out an experiment to
0- IONIC AND COVALENT compare the properties of
06/05/1 COMPOUNDS. ionic and covalent bond
0
17 03/05/1 6.1 UNDERSTANDING PROPERTIES
0- OF ELECTROLYTES AND NON-
06/05/1 ELECTROLYTES
18 0
10 1 1 1 0
10/05/1
0-
14/05/1
0
18 10/05/1 6.2 ANALYSING ELECTROLYSIS OF Conduct an activity to
0- MOLTEN COMPOUNDS investigate the electrolysis
14/05/1 of molten lead(II) bromide,
0 PbBr2 to indentify cation and
19 anion, describe the
electrolysis process and
17/05/1 write half-equations for the
0- discharge of ions at anode
21/05/1 and cathode.
0
19 17/05/1 6.0 6.3 ANALYSIS THE ELECTROLISIS OF Conduct and activity to
0- ELECTRO- AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS investigate the electrolysis
21/05/1 CHEMISTRY of copper(II) sulphate
0 solution and dilute sulphuric
20 acid using carbon
electrodes to identify cations
21/06/1 and anions in the aqueous
0- solutions, describe the
21 25/06/1 electrolysis of the aqueous
0 solution and write half-
equations for the discharge
28/06/1 of ions at the anode and the
0- cathode
02/07/1
0 Conduct experiments to
investigate factors
determining selective
discharge of ions at
electrodes based on
position of ions in the ECS,
concentration of ions in the
solution and type of
electrodes

21 28/06/1 6.4 EVALUATING ELECTROLYSIS IN Conduct experiments to


0- INDUSTRY study the purification and
02/07/1 electroplating of metals
22 0

05/07/1
0-
09/07/1
0

22 12/07/1 6.0 6.5 ANALYSING VOLTAIC CELL Conduct an experiment to


0- ELECTRO- show the production of
16/07/1 CHEMISTRY electricity from chemical
0 reactions in a simple voltaic
23 cell
19/07/1
0-
23/07/1
0
23 19/07/1 6.6 SYNTHESISING Carry out an experiment to
0- ELECTROCHEMICAL SERIES construct the
23/07/1 electrochemical series.
24 0 6.7 DEVELOP AWARENESS AND
RESPONSIBLE PRACTICES WHEN
26/07/1 HANDLING CHEMICALS USED IN
0- ELECTROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES.
30/07/1
0
24 26/07/1 7.1 ANALYSING CHARACTERISTICS Carry out an experiment to 9 1 1 1 0
0- AND PROPERTIES OF ACID AND show that the presence of
30/07/1 BASES water is essential for the
0 formation of hydrogen ions
that cause acidity

Carry out an experiment to


show that the presence of
water is essential for the
formation of hydroxide ions
that cause alkalinity
25 02/08/1 7.0 ACIDS 7.2 SYNTHESISING THE CONCEPTS
0- AND BASES OF STRONG ACIDS, WEAK ACIDS,
06/08/1 STRONG ALKALIS AND WEAK
0 ALKALIS.

26 09/08/1 7.3 ANALYSING CONCENTRATION OF Carry out experiment to


0- ACID AND ALKALIS investigate the relationship
13/08/1 between pH value with
0 molarity of acid and alkali

27 16/08/1 7.0 ACIDS 7.4 ANALYSING NEUTRALISATION Carry out acid-base


0- AND BASES titrations and determine the
20/08/1 end point using indicators.
0
28 23/08/1 8.1 SYNTHESISING SALTS Carry out experiment to
0- construct the ionic equation
26/08/1 for the formation lead(II)
29 0 8.0 chromate(VI)
SALTS 6 1 1 - -
30/08/1
0-
03/09/1
0
30 13/09/1 8.2 SYNTHESISING QUALITATIVE
0- ANALYSIS OF SALTS
17/09/1
31 0 8.3 PRACTISING TO BE SYSTEMATIC
AND METICULOUS WHEN
20/09/1 CARRYING OUT ACTIVITIES
32 0-
24/09/1
0

27/09/1
0-
01/10/1
0
32 04/10/1 9.1 UNDERSATANDING THE
0- MANUFACTURE OF SULPHURIC Carry out experiment to
08/10/1 9 ACID compare hardness of pure
0 MANUFACT metal and its alloy
URED 9.2 SYNTHESISING THE
SUBSTANCE MANUFACTURE OF AMMONIA Carry out the rate of rusting
S IN AND ITS SALTS between iron, steel and 9 1 1 - 1
INDUSTRY stainless steel
9.3 UNDERSTANDING ALLOYS
33 11/10/1 9.4 EVALUATING USES OF
0- SYNTHETIC POLYMERS
15/10/1
0 9.5 APPLYING USES OF GLASS AND
CERAMICS

9.6 APPLYING USES OF COMPOSITE


MATERIAL

9.7 APPRECIATING VARIOUS


SYNTHETIC INDUSTRIAL
MATERIALS