2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

Chemistry scheme of work

Based on our research and critical observations, the demand for the approved chemistry scheme of work for ss1 in senior secondary school from chemistry teachers is high, the reason for it high demand is because it is one of the most important subject for science student, apart from this;

Chemistry is one of the compulsory subject requirement for student during admission especially for students that want to study Health science, engineering, Chemistry and any other science or science related course in higher institution be it College of education, Polytechnics or Universities.
This scheme of work is useable in respective of the school be it public or private schools and brings about uniformity in our educational sector, and in our next article we will also provide you with chemistry scheme of work for ss2 and ss3 chemistry schemee for this post aimed we will only emphasize on ss1 chemistry scheme of work

As we have promised, this scheme of work will be made available for all teachers in secondary schools in Nigeria. As will all know that Chemistry is a science subject offered in Senior secondary schools only, although, the chemistry scheme of work for SS 1 is a continuation of the Jss3 Scheme of work Basic Science. This scheme of work has been properly organized for adequate understanding for ss1 students. There has to be a sequel from the previous class in order for students to have better knowledge and understand of the subject.

This Chemistry scheme for SS 1 is the same for both private and public schools in Nigeria, this means that this scheme of work provided here is the same for private school and public or government owned secondary schools, therefore we are urging the directors, principals, director of studies, head of departments sand teachers in secondary schools in Nigeria to strictly use the approved scheme of work as ordered by the ministry of education.

It is advisable for all private and public secondary schools in Nigeria to use the same scheme of work in order to be inline with the directive from the ministry of education. In order to align with the demands of WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, JAMB and other external exam, the ministry of education makes it compulsory for all schools to submit the government approved scheme of work for all subjects offered in senior secondary school as one of the requirements for approving secondary school in Nigeria.

For the purpose of this post, we will strictly focus on Chemistry scheme scheme of work for ss1 first term to third term. This is stated in clear terms, what is expected by WAEC as a body in preparing pupils for Chemistry in their Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) and also will insinuate teachers about the government approved scheme of work for Chemistry (in Senior secondary school 1, that is, SS 1 first term, second term and third term.

This scheme of work will surely help chemistry teacher in carefully breaking down the subject, topics and subtopics and also, improvise more practical ways of imparting the practical knowledge on the learners since is a mixture of both theory and practical and also include indoor and outdoor activity.

This post is importance to chemistry tea hers because myschoolpress is the only platform that provides in full details about the current Chemistry curriculum for SS 1,it include, each topic, subtopic, teacher activities and summary of all the compulsory area teacher should emphasize on for the complete academic session (1st term, 2nd term and 3rd term),

First Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

WEEKSTOPIC/CONTENTACTIVITIES
1Introduction to Chemistry
Definition of chemistry, scientific method of teaching Chemistry
Career in Chemistry
Application of chemistry (Teaching chemical and petrochemical industries e.t.c)
The adverse effects of chemistry
The defines and gives examples, guide the student effectively, guide students to identify careers in Chemistry
Uses of charts to guide class discussion.
Take the students to visit chemical industries, e.g. paints.
Learners participate in class
Ask and answer questions.
List career in chemistry correctly.
Write a report on the industries visited
2Nature of Matter
Concept of matter (physical and chemical change)
Elements, compounds, and mixture
The teacher demostrate chemical changes using examples like burning of the candle, salt dissolving in water  e.t.c
Shows the chart to the students containing elements and symbols in the periodic table
The learners state the difference between physical and chemical changes.
Identify the element with their symbols.
3Separation Techniques
Filtration,Decantation, Evaporation, Precipitation.
The instructor guide students to understand the  principles of choice of separation techniques for  a particular mixture
The learners explain the principles behind the choice of separation techniques
4Separation techniques continue
Crystallization, chromatography, centrifugation, separating funnel, distillation, magnetization, and sublimation and Criteria for purity
The teacher demonstrates the method of separation.
Demonstrates the determination of melting point for solids and boiling points for liquids.
The students manipulate different apparatus used in separating substances.
Determine the melting point of ice and boiling point of water
5Particulate nature of matter
Concept of atoms, molecules, ions, and radicals.
Dalton atomic theory and its modifications.
The teacher guide the student in inputting particles of chalk into water also guide the students to calculate the empirical formula from percentage composition.
The students Identify the process of chalk dissolution in water and calculate the empirical formula effectively.
6Particulate nature of matter Cont.
Electronic configuration, valency writing, and naming of a compound using valence.
The instructor guides the students on how to identify the element in the periodic table
The learners ask questions and take down notes.
7The particulate nature of matter continues
Isotopy, relative atomic mass molecular mass, empirical and molecular formula
The teacher guides students to calculate the empirical formula, write the Isotopy of an element
The students calculate the relative atomic mass and molecular formula.
8Laws of chemical combination
Chemical combination: the law of conservation of mass, the law of constant composition, the law of multiple proportions, the law of reciprocal and chemical equation
The teacher Performs experiments to illustrate: Conservation of mass,Law of constant composition
The teacher guides students to  write and balance a chemical equation
The students reports the experiment, using the correct format and write and balance  chemical equations
9Chemical combination
Bonds:  Electrovalent, covalent, coordinate covalent
The teacher uses simple illustrations to explain the type of bond in common substances like camphor, common salt, etc.
The learners participate in class discussions ask questions
10Chemical combination continues
Hydrogen bond, metallic bound, vanderwaal forces of attraction
The instructor state the characteristics of bonds.
The students ask questions and take down notes on chemical combination
11-13Revision and Examination

Summary Of First Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

As a chemistry teacher, you should be able to teach your student all the outlined behavioural Objectives at the end of the term while students should also be able to understand and familiarise themselves with the objectives too. At the of the term, the teacher with the student should be able to define Chemistry, and list scientific methods. Enumerate career prospects in chemistry, explain the application of Chemistry and describe the adverse effect of chemicals

Differentiate between  physical and chemical changes, define element, compound, and mixture, and state the symbols of the first 20 elements.

State the different standard methods of separating mixtures and their applications

Draw separation techniques apparatus and state the criteria for purity

Differentiate between atoms, molecules, and ions, state the constituents of atoms, protons, neutrons, and electrons.  Define atomic number, mass number, and isotopes.

List the electronic configuration of at least the first 20 elements.  Write and name the compound by using valence.

Define Isotopy, relative atomic mass, empirical and molecular formula and show charts

States the law of conservation of mass, law of constant composition e.t.c, write the chemical formula and chemical equation.

Differentiate between various types of chemical bounding and explain the types of bounds and their characteristics.

Second Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

WEEKSTOPIC/CONTENTACTIVITIES
1Kinetic Theory of Matter and General Gas Laws
Kinetic Theory and its application
Change of state of matter
2Gas Law
Boyle’s law and Charles law, Calculation of Boyles and Charles law
The teacher define Boyle’s and Gas laws. Perform Experiments to explain the laws and write equations for the laws.
The learners state Boyle’s law and Charles law, define the molar volume of gases.
3General Gas Equation, Ideal Gas Equation, Dalton’s law of Partial PressureThe teacher define General gas equation and Gas laws. Perform experiments to explain the laws and write equations for the laws
The learner ask questions and take down notes.
4Gay Lussac’s law, Avogadro’s law, Relative Vapour Density, Graham’s Law of DiffusionThe teacher solve relevant calculations. State the Gay Lussac’s, Avogadro’s law
The learners watch the performed Experiments
5Acid, Base, and Salt
Definition of Acids
Types, reparation, Properties and Uses of Acid
The instructor carefully supervise students to taste and observe the difference in taste between ripe and unripe fruits.
The students ask questions and take down notes.
6Concept of Base
Definition, reparation, Properties and Uses of base
Mention some common acids and bases. List the characteristics of acids and base
7Salt
Definition, Types, Preparation, Properties and Uses of salt
The teacher perform experiment to illustrate neutralization reaction
The learner list different types of salt and prepare salt by neutralization reaction e.g. NaCl
8PH, Acidity, and Alkalinity
Characteristics feature of some salts.
Demonstrate Efflorescence, deliquescence and Hygroscope
The instructor ask questions and take down notes.
9Carbon and its Compound
Allotropes of Carbon, structures, properties and uses
The teacher with the students identify and list Carbon containing Compound
10Carbon and its Compound
Non-crystalline Carbon, Properties and uses of carbon
The teacher lead the students in a guided identification of carbon-containing compounds in and around us.
The learners ask questions and take down notes.
11-13Revision and Examination

Summary Of Second Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

As we are about to start second term work, teacher should able to cover up all the specific areas mentioned below in their lesson.

The teacher should be able to state the postulate of the kinetic theory of gas, list the application of kinetic theory, list the state of the matter

State Boyle’s law, Solve simple calculations on Boyle’s law, Show how heat affects the volume of a given mass of gas and show that PV-NRT is the general gas equation

Show how heat affects the volume of a given mass of gas, show that PV-NRT is the general gas equation

State Gay Lussac’s law, Show the relationship between the rate of diffusion and the density of the gas. Demonstrate diffusion of a gas.

Identify an acid using Litmus paper, list uses of an acid

Differentiate between Base and Alkali
State the effect of a Base on a Litmus Paper and list uses a Base.

List different types of Salt, give different uses of salt and method of preparation of salt.

List two crystalline allotropes of Carbon, list properties and uses of Diamond.

The teacher with the students identify and list Carbon containing Compound

List the uses of Wood charcoal, list and mention the product of burning carbonaceous material in a limited supply of air

Third Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

WEEKSTOPIC/CONTENTACTIVITIES
1Carbon and its compound
Types of coal
Distillation and uses of distillation products
The teacher leads the students to identify various allotropes of carbon.
The learners ask questions and writes notes. Listens to the teacher during teaching.
2Gasification of coke
Uses of carbon and properties of Carbon
The teacher guides the students to list various products of coal distillation, state various fuel gas and their composition
The learners prepares carbon (iv)oxide using another method.
3-4Preparation, Properties and Uses and test of carbon(iv)oxideThe teacher copies of short notes for the students.
The students takes down notes and asks questions.
5Trioxocarbonate(iv) Salts
Preparation, properties and uses Trioxocarbonate(iv) Salts
The teacher leads students to identify trioxocarbonate (iv) by using an acid solution.
The learners identify- soluble and insoluble salts by dissolving some salts in water.
6Petroleum and hydrocarbon
Sources of hydrocarbon
Petroleum and its fractions
The teacher lists the fractions of petroleum and their uses.
The learners takes down note and ask questions
7Petroleum
Cracking, Reforming, Octane number/rating
The teacher guides the student to define cracking. Leads the student to state uses of petroleum reforming
The students listen to the teacher during a demonstration and involves in group discussion
8Apply Chemistry
Sources and uses of raw materials
Division of chemical industries and their raw materials
Shows the products made from some raw materials to the students, leads the students to prepare simple products e.g. soap, insecticides
The students watch the teacher during a demonstration
9Periodic Table
Periodic law
Groups and periods
Families of elements
The instructor uses the periodic table chart to show the arrangement of elements in groups  and periods
The students watch the teacher’s demonstration and draw electronic configuration of the first twenty elements
10Periodic propertiesThe teacher guides students to state various periodic properties. Initiates and Guides class discussion on periodic properties of the families of elements
The students state the characteristics of elements in different groups
11-13Revision and Examination

Sumary Of Third Term 2022/2023 Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

In this third term the teacher must try their best by teaching and emphasise on the following;

List Types of Coal and their preparation, define destructive distillation of coal. State the uses of the products of destructive distillation of coal.

State advantages of water gas over producer gas. State their components. Enumerate uses water gas and producer gas writes a balanced chemical equations for their production. Itemize the properties of carbon. recognize carbon in the local environment.

Write the chemical equation for the preparation of carbon (iv) oxide, mention 2 physical and any 2 chemical properties of carbon (iv) oxide. Identify carbon (iv) oxide gas using a suitable reagent.

State various methods of preparing carbon (iv) oxide. List three physical and three (3) chemical properties of carbon (iv) oxide. Test for the presence of carbon (ii) oxide.

List soluble and insoluble trioxocarbonate (iv) salts, state any 2 properties of trioxocarbonate (iv) salts, and write a balanced equation of preparation of trioxocarbonate (iv) acid

Mention sources of hydrocarbon. List petroleum factions and their uses.

List the common natural raw materials. State chemical industries with their raw materials and differentiate between fine and heavy chemicals

List the periodic properties and differentiate between  ionization energy and electron affinity

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