2022/2023 First Term Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS3

Chemistry scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHEMISTRY

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THREE

TERM: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK    

                                                                                                                                                

WEEK 1

General cleaning

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Pollution

CONTENTS

  1. Definition
  2. Types
  3. Pollutants and their effects
  4. Controls of Pollution

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

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

  1. Define Pollution
  2. State types of Pollution
  3. List various pollutants and their effects
  4. Mention controls of pollution

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Cigarettes, gas from the exhaust pipes, smoke, refuse, and sewage

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers lead the students to:

  1. Define pollution
  2. Highlight types of pollution
  3. State various pollutants and their effects
  4. Guides them to  list the controls of pollution

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Students listen to the teacher during explanations.
  2. The student visits some dumping sites.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Shapes of molecules

CONTENTS

  1. Polar and non-polar molecules
  2. Shapes of simple covalent molecules
  3. Structure of solids and their properties

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lessons, Students should be able to:

  1. List polar molecules and non-polar molecules
  2. Demonstrate an experiment to show polar molecules and non-polar molecules
  3. Mention factors that determine the shapes of molecules
  4. List simple covalent molecules and their shapes.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Burette
  2. Beaker
  3. Water
  4. Electrified rod

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. The teacher guides the students to demonstrate an experiment that water is a polar molecule
  2. Lists other examples of polar and non-polar molecules
  3. Guides the students to draw the shape of simple covalent molecules

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Students carry out the experimental procedure to show that water is a polar molecule
  2. They list factors that determine the shapes of molecules.
  3. They draw shapes of simple covalent molecules.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Orbitals and Electronic Structures

  1. Atomic Structure
  2. Atomic Spectra
  3. Hydrogen Spectrum
  4. Bohr’s model  of Atom

At the end of the lessons, Students should be able to:

  1. List the components of an atom
  2. List the Scientist that discovered each of the components and experiment used.
  3. List types of atomic Spectra
  4. State series of lines in the hydrogen spectrum
  5. Describe Bohr’s model of an atom

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Cardboard, Prism Source of light, and a chart containing a series of lines in the hydrogen spectrum

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers guide the Students to:

  1. List the components of an atom.
  2. State the scientists that discovered them
  3. Experiment with atomic spectra.
  4. Mention a series of lines in the hydrogen spectrum

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Students watch the teacher during the demonstration of the experiment.
  2. Draw the diagram of the series of lines in the hydrogen spectrum.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Nuclear Chemistry

CONTENTS

  1. Definition of radioactivity
  2. Types of radiations and their properties
  3. Detection of radiations
  4. Radioactive changes
  5. Nuclear stability and radioactive decay
  6. Biological Effects of radiations

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson, the Students should be able to:

  1. Define radioactivity
  2. List types of radiations and their characteristics.
  3. Describe radioactive decay
  4. Differentiate between nuclear fission and fusion
  5. Mention biological effects of radiation

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Photocopies
  2. X-rays
  3. Cardboard showing decay series of Uranium

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

The teacher guides the Students to:

  1. Define and trace the historical background of radioactivity
  2. List types of radioactive radiations.
  3. State characteristics of each radiation.
  4. Mention the biological effects of radioactive radiation.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Students:

  1. Define radioactive radiation
  2. List methods of detecting radiations
  3. Draw the diagram illustrating types of radiations and their penetrating power.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Organic Chemistry 2 – Alkanoic Acid and Alkanoate

CONTENTS

  1. Preparation
  2. Properties and Reactions
  3. Uses and test

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

  1. Write the formula and structure of alkanoic acid and alkanoate
  2. Demonstrate laboratory preparation of ethanoic acid
  3. List the properties of alkanoic acid and alkanoate
  4. Mention the uses of alkanoate and alkanoic acid

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Ethanoic acid
  2. Litmus paper
  3. Orange flavor
  4. Beaker
  5. Test tube
  6. Ethanol

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. The teacher demonstrates reactions between alkanoic acid and saturated solution of sodium trioxocarbonate (iv)
  2. Experiment by reacting the alkanoic acid with alcohol

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Watch the teacher during demonstrations
  2. Smell the gas produced during the reaction of ethanoic acid and ethanol

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Organic Chemistry (II)

CONTENTS

  1. Fat and Oil
  2. Soap and detergent
  3. Alkanal and Alkanone

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

  1. Identify the sources of fat and oil
  2. Identify materials for making soap
  3. Distinguish between soap and detergent
  4. Illustrate preparation for alkanol and alkanoic acid
  5. Differentiate between Alkanal and Alkanoic acid

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Palm Oil
  2. Paper
  3. Groundnut seed
  4. Wood ash
  5. Water
  6. Sodium Chloride
  7. Beaker

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Differentiates between fat and oil
  2. Performs simple demonstration to show the property of fat and oil.
  3. Demonstrates preparation of soap from local materials
  4. Differentiates between alkanol and alkane homologous series

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES Students:

  1. Watch the teacher’s demonstration
  2. Bring food substances that contain fat and oil to the class
  3. Visit the local soap or detergent-making factory
  4. Participate in discussion of the uses of alkanol and alkaline.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Chemistry of giant molecules

CONTENTS

  1. Proteins
  2. Carbohydrate
  3. Rubbers
  4. Polymers in a living system

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

  1. Mention some sources of sugar
  2.  Classify sugar
  3.  List sources of proteins
  4. Identify amino acids.
  5. Differentiate between natural and synthetic rubber

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Starch
  2. Sugar Cane
  3. Egg white solution
  4. Source of heat
  5. Beaker
  6. Water
  7. Iodine Solution
  8. Million’s Reagent
  9. Salt

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. The teacher guides the students to identify sources of sugar and starch and proteins
  2. The teacher assists students to perform a simple experiment on starch, sucrose, etc
  3.  Explain the structure of proteins
  4.  Differentiates between thermoset and thermoplastic

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Students watch the teacher’s demonstration
  2. Classify sugar as mono, di, and polysaccharides.
  3. Visit a sugar factory
  4. Participate in the discussion.

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Metals and their compounds

CONTENTS

  1. Metals of first transitions series
  2. Characteristics and properties
  3. Principle of extraction of metals
  4. Uses of Metals

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

  1. State the general characteristics of metals
  2. Identify the metals of the first transition series
  3.  List principle of extraction of metals
  4.  State general uses of metals

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Periodic table
  2. Iron nail
  3. Aluminum foil
  4. Chart of mineral ores distribution in Nigeria

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Explains the general characteristics of metals
  2. Lead to students of identify the part of the periodic table containing metals.
  3. Discuss using a diagram, the principle of extraction of metals.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. List the uses of metals
  2. Identify magnetic and non-magnetic metals
  3. Take down notes and ask questions.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Copper and tin

  1. Extraction
  2. Properties and Uses

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson, Students should be able to:

  1. Describe the Extraction of Copper and tin
  2. List physical and chemical properties of copper and tin
  3. State alloys of Copper and tin
  4. Mention the uses of Copper and tin

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Copper wire
  2. Empty can of mild

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Shows sample of copper metal to the Students.
  2. Discusses the extraction of copper and tin
  3. Guides the students to list alloys of copper and tin

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Listen to the teacher during class teaching
  2. The list uses copper and tin

WEEK 11

TOPIC

Aluminum

  1. Extraction
  2. Properties
  3. Uses

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVE

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

  1. List ores of aluminum
  2. Explain the method of extracting aluminum
  3. Mention the properties and uses of Aluminium
  4. State some compounds of aluminum and their properties

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Periodic table
  2. Aluminium Electric Cable
  3. Aluminum Plate

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Discusses the extraction of aluminum
  2. Guides the students to state the properties of aluminum

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. List the uses of Aluminium
  2. State the alloys of aluminum
  3. Take notes and ask questions.

WEEK 12 & 13

Revision and Exam

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