2022/2023 Second Term Chemistry Scheme Of Work For SS3

Chemistry scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR CHEMISTRY

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THREE

TERM: SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK

           

WEEK 1

General Cleaning

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Iron

CONTENT

  1. Extraction
  2. Types
  3. Properties & Uses
  4. Rusting and prevention

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

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

  1. State the relative abundance of iron ore in nature
  2. Describe the process of extraction of iron from its ores.
  3. State the physical and chemical properties of iron.
  4. Mention the cause of rusting of iron.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Nails
  2. Water
  3. Paint or oil or grease.
  4. Rusted key.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

The teacher guides the students to:

  1. Location and types of iron ores.
  2. Describe the method of extracting iron from its ore.
  3. Experiment to show corrosion of iron.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES Students:

  1. Watch the teacher’s demonstration
  2. Describe the report of the experiment.
  3. List the uses of iron.
  4. Visit the workshop where iron is used as raw materials.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Alkaline metals e.g. Sodium

CONTENT

  1. General properties of alkaline metals.
  2. Extraction of Sodium
  3. Properties and reactions of sodium
  4. Compounds of sodium

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

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

  1. Mention the location of alkaline metals in the periodic table.
  2. List the properties of alkaline metals
  3. Describe the extraction of sodium
  4. Mention the uses of sodium
  5. Draw the diagram of the cell used for the extraction and name it.
  6. List Compounds of sodium.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Periodic table
  2. Sodium foil is kept inside paraffin.
  3. Chart showing the diagram of extraction of sodium
  4. Sodium chloride
  5. Sodium trioxocarbonate(iv)

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers guide the students to:

  1. List and explain the general properties of the alkaline method.
  2. Discuss the extraction of sodium
  3. List the uses of sodium
  4. State and describe the properties of sodium.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Students:

  1. Watch the teacher’s demonstration
  2. Visit soap making industry.
  3. Dissolve some salts of sodium in water to identify the soluble and insoluble sodium salt.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Alkaline Earth metals e.g. Calcium

CONTENT

  1. General properties of alkaline metals
  2. Extraction of Calcium
  3. Properties and reactions
  4. Compound of calcium
  5. Uses of Calcium and Calcium compounds

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

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

  1. Identify the location of alkaline earth metals in the periodic table.
  2. List the general properties of alkaline earth metals
  3. Describe the extraction of Calcium.
  4. State and explain the properties and reactions of calcium.
  5. Enumerate the uses of calcium
  6. List compound of calcium and the use.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Periodic table
  2. Fused calcium chloride
  3. Chart showing the diagram of extraction of calcium.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers guide the students to:

  1. List and explain the general properties and reactions of alkaline earth metals.
  2. Describe the extraction of calcium.
  3. State the properties of calcium and its reactions.
  4. List the uses of Calcium and some calcium compounds

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Students:

  1. Watch the teacher’s demonstration and ask questions.
  2. Write notes and involve in group discussions.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Chemistry of Earth and space

CONTENT

  1. Chemical analysis of earth and space.
  2. Space science.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

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

  1. Recognize the importance of spectroscope to the study of the chemistry of stars and space.
  2. Illustrate the age of the earth.
  3. List the parts of the earth; compare the solid, liquid, and gas.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

  1. Geographical globe
  2. Models, charts, and films.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers guide the students to:

  1. Recognize the importance of spectroscope to the study of Chemistry of stars and space.
  2. Illustrate the age of the earth.
  3. Mention parts of the earth.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Students:

  1. Watch and listen to the teacher’s explanation and demonstration.
  2. Take down notes and ask questions.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis

CONTENT

  1. Acid-Base titration
  2. Identification of ions
  3. Identification of organic substances.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

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

  1. Carry out simple acid-base titration
  2. Identify cations and anions
  3. Identify Organic Compounds

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Burette, Pipette, teat tube, conical flask, relevant salts, weighing balance, protein, fat, oil, and carbohydrate.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Teachers guide the students to:

  1.  Demonstrate Acid-base titration
  2. Identify ions through a chemical test.
  3. Identify Organic Compounds

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Students:

  1. Carry out simple acid-base titration
  2. Identify unknown cations and anions in a given sample.
  3. Carry out teat to identify organic compounds.

WEEK 7 & Above

Revision and Examination

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