2022/2023 First Term Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS1

Chemistry scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHEMISTRY

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ONE

TERM: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK ONE

Cleaning of the school compound      

WEEK TWO

TOPIC

Introduction to Chemistry

CONTENTS

  1. Definition
  2. The scientific method of teaching Chemistry
  3. Career in Chemistry
  4. Application of chemistry (Teaching chemical and petrochemical industries e.t.c)
  5. The adverse effects of chemistry

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

  1.   Define Chemistry
  2. List scientific methods
  • Enumerate career prospect in chemistrychemistry
  • Explain the application of Chemistry.
  • Describe the adverse effect of chemicals

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Pictures of Laboratory
  2. Charts and posters
  3. Charts
  4. Chemical industries are available locally.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Defines and gives examples
  2. Guide the student effectively
  3. Guide students to identify careers in Chemistry
  4. Uses of charts to guide class discussion.
  5. Take the students to visit chemical industries, e.g. paints.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Participate in class

Ask and answer questions.

List career in chemistry correctly.

Write a report on the industries visited

WEEK THREE

TOPIC

Nature of Matter

CONTENTS

  1.  Concept of matter (physical and chemical change)
  • Elements, compounds, and mixture

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Differentiate between  physical and chemical changes

Define element, compound, and mixture, and state the symbols of the first 20 elements.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Water

Using of posters and charts

Demonstrate physical and TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

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

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

State the difference between physical and chemical changes.

Identify the element with their symbols.

Students should be able to :

WEEK FOUR

TOPIC

Separation techniques

CONTENTS

  1. Filtration
  2.  Decantation
  3. Evaporation
  4. Precipitation.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

  1. State the different standard methods of separating mixtures and their applications

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Water, common salt, sand e.t.c

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Guide students to understand the  principles of choice of separation techniques for  a particular mixture

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Explain the principles behind the choice of separation techniques

WEEK FIVE

TOPIC

Separation techniques continue

CONTENTS

2. Crystallization, chromatography, centrifugation, separating funnel, distillation, magnetization, and sublimation

3. Criteria for purity

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Draw separation techniques apparatus.

State the criteria for purity

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Separating funnel, ink filter paper,  Liebig condenser

Evaporating dish

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Demonstrates the method of separation.

Demonstrates the determination of melting point for solids and boiling points for liquids.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Manipulate different apparatus used in separating substances.

Determine the melting point of ice and boiling point of water

Students should be able to :

WEEK SIX

TOPIC

Particulate nature of matter

CONTENTS

1. Concept of atoms, molecules, ions, and radicals.

2. Dalton atomic theory and its modifications.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Differentiate between atoms, molecules, and ions

State the constituents of atoms, protons, neutrons, and electrons.  Define atomic number, mass number, and isotopes.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Chalk particles or dust granulated sugar

Charts and posters

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

To guide the student in inputting particles of chalk into water.

To guide the students to calculate the empirical formula from percentage composition.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Identify the process of chalk dissolution in water.

Calculate the empirical formula effectively.

WEEK SEVEN

TOPIC

Particulate nature of matter

CONTENTS

3. Electronic configuration, valency writing, and naming of a compound using valence.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

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

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Using periodic table chart.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

Guide the students on how to identify the element in the periodic table

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Ask questions and take down notes.

WEEK EIGHT

TOPIC

The particulate nature of matter continues

Isotopy, relative atomic mass molecular mass, empirical and molecular formula.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Define Isotopy, relative atomic mass, empirical and molecular formula

Show charts or INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

posters

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

To guide students to calculate the empirical formula, write the Isotopy of an element

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Calculate the relative atomic mass and molecular formula.

WEEK NINE

TOPIC

Laws of chemical combination

CONTENTS

  1.   Chemical combination: the law of conservation of mass, the law of constant composition, the law of multiple proportions, the law of reciprocal.
  2. Chemical equation

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

States the law of conservation of mass, law of constant composition e.t.c

Write the chemical formula and chemical equation.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Periodic table of element

Performs experiments to illustrate:

  1.  Conservation of mass
  2. Ii  Law of constant composition

Guides students to  write and balance a chemical equation

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Reports the experiment, using the correct format.

Write and balance  chemical equations

WEEK TEN

TOPIC

Chemical combination

CONTENTS

Bonds:  Electrovalent, covalent, coordinate covalent

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Differentiate between various types of chemical bounding

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Table salt, camphor

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

The teacher uses simple illustrations to explain the type of bond in common substances like camphor, common salt, etc.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Participate in class discussions ask questions

WEEK ELEVEN

TOPIC

Chemical combination continues

CONTENTS

Hydrogen bond, metallic bound, vanderwaal forces of attraction

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

Explain the types of bounds and their characteristics.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Models

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

State the characteristics of bonds.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

Ask questions and take down notes.

WEEK TWELVE – THIRTEEN

Revision and examination

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