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CHEMISTRY FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS
 

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Introduction to chemistry

 

Chemistry as a subject

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Recall subjects and topics taught in primary level science

(ii)              Name the branches of science

·        Discussion on primary science topics relation to chemistry

·        Identifying the branches of science

·        Flow chart on branches of science

·        Pictures on the applications of chemistry

·        Charts on chemical processes in the home

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 15-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-13

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 1-2

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 1

 
  3-4 Introduction to chemistry Definition of chemistry and its role in the society By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(a)    Define chemistry

(b)    Explain its role in society, name the career, choices (after studying chemistry)

·        Writing of definitions of chemistry

·        Explaining the role of chemistry in society

·        Explaining careers related to chemistry

·        Use of Photograph of area relevant to chemistry

·        Chart on careers requiring chemistry as a subject

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 15-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-13

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 9

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 5

 
6 1 Introduction to chemistry Chemistry laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the terms chemistry laboratory

·        Discussion on meaning of laboratory

·        Demonstration of some laboratory apparatus

·        School chemistry laboratory

·        Common laboratory chemical apparatus

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 15-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-13

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 9

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 5

 
  2 Introduction to chemistry The Bunsen burners By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name the parts of the Bunsen burner

(ii)              Name the parts of luminous flame

·        Explaining the parts of the Bunsen burner

·        Drawing parts of a luminous and non-luminous flames

·        The Bunsen burner

·        Chart on parts of a Bunsen burner and burner flame

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 15-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 2-3

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 22

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 10

 
  3-4 Introduction to chemistry Apparatus used for studying chemistry By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name some laboratory apparatus

(ii)              Draw some laboratory apparatus

·        Discussion on chemistry

·        Laboratory apparatus

·        Drawing the apparatus

·        Chemistry laboratory apparatus ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 8-11

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 2-3

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 14

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 6

 
7 1-2 Introduction to chemistry Chemistry laboratory and safety rules By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)        State at least 10 laboratory safety rules

(ii)       Explain any 10 laboratory safety rules

·        Discussion on the importance of selected laboratory rules ·        School laboratory

·        Laboratory equipment

·        Chart on laboratory safety rules

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 10-12

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 2-4

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 12

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 15

 
  3-4 Introduction to chemistry Other heating apparatus By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name other heating apparatus apart from the Bunsen burner

(ii)              Explain how each apparatus functions

·        Discussion of how each apparatus works

·        Discussion on functions of each named apparatus

·        Spirit lamp

·        Candle

·        Store electric heater

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 3-8

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 4-5

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 22

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 10

 
8 1-2 Simple classification of substances Separation of mixtures By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the term mixtures

(ii)              Classify mixtures into miscible and immiscible liquids

(iii)             List several methods of separating mixtures

·        Demonstration of separation of several mixtures

·        Observation and discussions

·        Listing several methods of separating mixtures

·        Sugar/sand

·        Chalk/sand

·        Water/paraffin

·        Flow chart on mixtures and separation methods

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 3-15

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 6-11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 36

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 18

 
 

 

3-4 Simple classification of substances Separation of mixtures soluble and insoluble By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define soluble, insoluble solids. Solutions, solute and solvent

(ii)              Explain how a soluble solid can be separated from an insoluble solid

·        Defining key terms

·        Class experiments

·        Discussion on procedure for separation of mixture

·        Sand/salt mixture

·        Beaker

·        Conical flask

·        Filter paper

·        Evaporating dish

·        Separating funnel

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 13-15

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 6-11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 36

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 10

 
9 1-2 Simple classification of substances Decantation simple distillation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(a)    Separate immiscible liquids

(b)    Name the parts and the functions of distillation apparatus

(c)     Assemble the distillation apparatus

·        Carrying out experiments to separate mixtures

·        Class discussions

·        Supervised practice

·        Drawing of diagrams of distillation apparatus

·        Liebig condenser

·        Thermometer

·        Flask

·        Tap water

·        Sea water

·        Paraffin

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 15-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-13

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 36

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 22

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Fractional distillation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the stages of fractional distillation

(ii)              Differentiate between simple distillation and fractional distillation

·        Discussion on the stages of fractional distillation

·        Demonstration of distillation experiment

·        Drawing of diagrams on fractional distillation

·        Differentiating between simple and fractional distillation

·        Round-bottom flask

·        Condenser

·        Burner

·        Thermometer

·        Ethanol

·        water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 17-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 13-14

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 43

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 27

 
10 1-2 Simple classification of substances Fractional distillation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)                Explain at least two industrial applications of fractional distillation

·        Discussion on application of fractional distillation ·        Fractional distillation apparatus

·        Fractionating column

·        Chart on fractional distillation

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 38

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 14-15

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 45

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 28

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Chromatography and solvent extraction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)     Define chromatography

(ii)    Demonstrate the process of chromatography

(iii)   Explain how different(tours move on a filter paper)

(iv)   Explain how chromatography is used

·        Defining chromatography

·        Carrying out experiments to show chromatography

·        Explaining chromatography

·        Stating uses of chromatography

·        Filter paper

·        Funnel

·        Ethanol

·        Flowers

·        Dropper

·        Ink

·        Charts showing chromatography

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 19-22

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 15-19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 51

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 33

 
11 1-4 Simple classification of substances Application of chromatography and solvent extraction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Give one application of chromatography

(ii)              Explain how oil can be extracted from nuts

·        Discussion on application of chromatography

·        Explaining oil extraction from nuts

·        Pestle

·        Mortar

·        Nut seeds

·        Propanone

·        White paper

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 38-40

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 55

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 34

 
12 1-2 Simple classification of substances Removal of stains By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain how stains can be removed from fabrics

·        Demonstration on stain removal from fabrics ·        Stains of blood, fat, paint

·        Trashing soda

·        Paraffin

·        ammonia

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 40-41

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 59

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 33

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Revision By the of lesson, the learner should be able to identify and explain concepts learnt ·        Answering questions

·        Doing assignment

·        Discussion topics already covered

·        Quiz

·        Assignment

·        Review questions

·        Objectives in schemes of work  
 

REVISION AND EXAMINATION

 

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 2

 

WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES  
1 1-4 Revision Revision of last terms work By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify and explain concepts learnt in term I

·        Answering questions

·        Doing assignments

·        Discussion on topics previously covered

·        Assignments

·        Quiz

·        Revision questions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 1-20

·        Objectives of the scheme of work

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 1-58

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 1-39

 
2 1-2 Simple classification of substances Crystallization By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the term crystallization

(ii)              Prepare copper (ii) sulphate crystals or sodium chloride

·        Carrying out experiments to show crystallization

·        Discussion on preparation of copper

·        Sulphate and sodium chloride

·        Beaker

·        Sodium chloride

·        Stirring rod

·        Water

·        Copper (ii) Sulphate

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 23-24

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 20-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 57

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 39

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Application of crystallization By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define a supersaturated solution and a saturated solution

(ii)              Explain how salt is formed in lake Magadi

·        Discussion of types of solutions

·        Explaining salt formation in lake Magadi

·        Salt

·        Stirring rod

·        Beaker

·        Water

·        Burner

·        Chart on salt formation process at lake Magadi

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 23-24

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 21-22

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 58

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page

 
3 1-2 Simple classification of substances Sublimation By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Define sublimation

(ii)              Give examples of salts that sublimes

(iii)             Explain how one can separate salt that sublimes from salt which do not sublime

·        Defining sublimation

·        Describing separation by sublimation

·        Demonstration on sublimation

·        Ammonium chloride

·        Nacl

·        Burner

·        Sand

·        Bathing tubes

·        Test tube holders

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 24-25

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 22-23

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 48

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page 20

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Revision on separation of mixtures By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify appropriate methods of separating named mixtures

·        Discussion on separation of mixtures ·        Revision questions

·        Marking scheme

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 13-24

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 6-24

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 30-58

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  20

 
4 1-2 Simple classification of substances Criteria of purity By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the melting point of ice

(ii)              Determine the boiling point of water

(iii)             State the criteria for identifying a pure substance

(iv)             Define melting and boiling points of substances

·        Discussion on melting point and boiling point

·        Carrying out experiments to show melting and boiling points

·        Discussion on criteria of purity

·        Thermometer

·        Solid ice

·        Water

·        Burner

·        beaker

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 25-26

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 24

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 59

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  20

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Effects of heat on substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effects of impurities on boiling and melting points

·        Discussing and observing demonstration on effects of impurities on boiling point and melting point ·        Thermometer

·        Solid ice

·        Water

·        Burner

·        beaker

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 26-27

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 24-27

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 77

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  35

 
5 1-2 Simple classification of substances Effect of heat on substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name the 3 states of matter

(ii)              State the kinetic theory of matter

(iii)             Explain the properties of the three states of matter

 

·        Naming the three states of matter

·        Discussion on the kinetic theory of matter

·        Explaining the properties of state of matter

 

·        Chart showing properties of the state of matter

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 28-30

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 27-29

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 77

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  35

 
 

 

3-4 Simple classification of substances Effects of heat on substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Investigate what happens when ice is heated to boiling point

(ii)              Use a graph to illustrate changes of states of matter and temperature

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the effects of heat on ice

·        Observing a demonstration

·        Discussion on observations of experiments

·        Beaker

·        Thermometer

·        Tripod stand

·        Wire gauze

·        Burner

·        Ice cubes

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 30-31

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 27-29

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 77

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  35

 
6 1-2 Simple classification of substances Effects of heat on substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the melting point and the boiling point interns of kinetic theory

·        Discussion on melting and boiling points with reference to kinetic theory ·        Chart on particles of matter in each state

·        Illustrate graph on melting point and boiling points

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 30-31

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 27-29

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 77

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  35

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Permanent and non-permanent changes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define permanent changes

(ii)              Define non-permanent changes

·        Defining permanent and non-permanent changes

·        Carrying out experiments to show permanent and temporary changes

 

·        Burner

·        Ice

·        NH4CL

·        MG metal

·        Carbon

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 31-33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 30-35

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 87-89

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  43

 
7 1-2 Simple classification of substances Elements, atoms, molecules and compounds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)                Define an element, a molecule, an atom and a compound

·        Discussion on meaning of element, atom, molecule and compound ·        Chart on definition of atom, molecule, compound and element ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 31-33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 30-35

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 87-89

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  48

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substance Elements, compounds and symbols of elements By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)                Give examples of at least 3 elements and 3 compounds

(ii)              State the symbols of common elements

·        Identifying and writing chemical symbols of common elements

·        Listing examples of elements and compounds

·        Chart on symbol of elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 35-36

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 39-40

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 97-98

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  48

 
8 1-2 Simple classification of substances Symbols of elements By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name atleast 4 elements

(ii)              Give the symbols of atleast 5 elements using latin or English names

Naming and writing correct symbols of elements ·        Chart of symbols of elements

·        The periodic table

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 35-36

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 39-40

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 97-98

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  49

 
  3-4 Simple classification of substances Word equation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Give simple word equation of chemical reaction

·        Writing a variety of simple word equations ·        Chart on word equations ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 36

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 36-40

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 105

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  51

 

 
9 1-2 Acids and bases Indicators By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define acids, organic acids and inorganic acids

(ii)              Give atleast 3 examples of indicators

(iii)             Make simple acid-base indicators from flowers

·        Defining indicators

·        Naming types of indicators

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare flower base of indicators

 

 

·        Indicators

·        Litmus paper

·        Phenolphalein

·        Methyl orange

·        Universal indicator

·        Plastic mortar

·        Flower petals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 48-49

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 41-47

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 112

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  54

 

 
 

 

3-4 Acid and bases Acids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define acids, organic acids and inorganic acids

(ii)              Name atleast 3 organic acids and inorganic acids

(iii)             Give atleast 3 properties of acids

·        Naming organic and inorganic acids

·        Listing examples of organic and inorganic

·        Demonstrating properties of acids

·        Defining the terms acid, organic and inorganic acids

·        Lemon

·        Orange

·        Milk

·        Tea

·        Cheese

·        Stomach juice

·        Car batteries

·        Hydrochloric acid

·        Sulphuric acid

·        Vinegar

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 48-49

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 41-47

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 110

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  59

 

 
10 1-2 Acid and bases Bases and alkalis By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define a base

(ii)              Cover atleast 3 examples of bases

(iii)             Give atleast 3 properties of bases

·        Defining bases

·        Listing examples of bases

·        Carrying out experiments to show properties of bases

·        Soap

·        Anti-acid tablets

·        JIK

·        Chart on properties of bases

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 50-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 41-47

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 111

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  63

 
  3-4 Acid and bases Colour changes of indicators in acid and bases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Give colour of each indicator in acidic and basic media as well as in neutral solutions

·        Carrying out experiments on colur changes of indicators

·        Discussion on color changes of indicators and basic media

·        Indicators

·        Acid solutions

·        Basic solutions

·        Droppers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 44-47

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 46

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 115-118

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  55

 
11 1-2 Acid and bases Universal indicator and PH scale By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Give reasons why the universal indicator is commonly used

(ii)              Define a PH scale and give the PH acids, bases and neutral solutions in the scale

(iii)             Measure the PH of given solutions

·        Discussion on the universal indicator

·        Carrying out experiments on the universal indicator

·        Discussion on the ph scale

·        PH scale

·        PH indicators

·        Solutions of acids, bases and neutral solutions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 44-47

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 46-47

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 116

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  58

 

 
  3-4 Acid and bases Importance of acid-base neutralization By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain 3 applications of acid-base neutralization reactions in real lits

(ii)              Give the disadvantages of acids and bases

·        Discussions on application of acids and bases

·        Identifying advantages and disadvantages of acids and bases

·        Antacids tablets

·        Decayed path

·        Acidic salts

·        Corroded metals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 50-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 47-48

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 117

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  63

 
12 1-2 Air and combustion Combustion of Air By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Give the percentage composition of constituents of air

(ii)              Demonstrate that air has no main active parts

·        Discussion on composition of air

·        Demonstration on a burning candle in limited air

·        Observation and discussion

·        Recording the composition of air

·        Trough

·        Gas jar

·        Bee hive shelf

·        Candle

·        Pie-chart on composition of air

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 56-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 48-50

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 126

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  68

 
  3-4 Air and combustion Percentage composition of oxygen in air By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Calculate the percentage composition of oxygen in air

·        Carrying out experiment to determine the percentage of oxygen in the air

·        Observation and calculation of percentage of oxygen in air

Chart on how to determine the percentage composition of oxygen in air ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 54-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 48-50

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 126

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  78

 
 

REVISION AND END OF TERM EXAMINATION

 

 

CHEMISTRY FORM 1 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 3
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES  
1 1-4 REVISION Revision of term two’s work By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify and explain concepts learnt in term 2

·        Answering questions

·        Quiz

·        Discussion with teachers on topics previously covered

·        Assignment

·        Quiz

·        Review questions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 22-55

·        Objective in the schemes of work

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 1-126

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  1-78

 
2 1-2 Air and combustion Quantitative determination of oxygen in air By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Calculate quantatively the percentage of oxygen in air

(ii)              Determine the proportion of air used when copper turnings is heated in a fixed volume of air

(iii)             Calculate the percentage of oxygen in the air using alkaline pyrogallol

·        Carrying our experiment to investigate percentage of oxygen in air

·        Discussion on the observation made

·        Calculating the percentage of air using alkaline pyrogallol

·        Gas syringes

·        Glass tube

·        Copper turnings

·        Liquid pyrogallol

·        NoOH

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Bunsen burner

·        Pair of tongs

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 54-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 51-54

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 128

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  70

 

 
  3-4 Air combustion Rusting By the end of the lesson, the learner, should be able to

(i)                Give the uses of oxygen

(ii)              Determine the conditions necessary for rusting

(iii)             List three ways of preventing rusting

·        Discussion on the uses of oxygen

·        Carrying out of experiment to determine conditions for rusting

·        Discussion on the uses of oxygen

·        Carrying out an experiment to determine conditions

·        Discussion on conditions for rusting

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 54-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 51-54

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 128

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  76

 
3 1-2 Air and combustion Burning substances in air By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the change in mass when substances burn in air and note the acidity or alkalinity of the gas produced

(ii)              Write word equations and define acids and basic oxides

·        Carrying out experiments of burning substances in air

·        Discussion on observations

·        Writing relevant word equations

·        Mg, na,C,S,P, Co, ca

·        Crucible

·        Weighing

·        Burners

·        Litmus paper

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 62-65

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 56-59

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 131

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  79

 

 
  3-4 Air and combustion Laboratory: Preparation and properties of oxygen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Assemble the apparatus used to prepare oxygen

(ii)              give the physical and chemical properties of oxygen

(iii)             give a confirmatory test for oxygen gas

·        carrying out experiments to prepare oxygen

·        observing demonstration

·        discussion on properties of oxygen

·        defining oxidation and reduction

·        flat-bottomed flask

·        thistle funnel with clip

·        trought

·        gas jar

·        delivery tube

·        hydrogen peroxide

·        c,s,mg,co

·        two-holed tuber tongs

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 61-64

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 55-56

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 147

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  78

 

 
4 1-2 Air and combustion Atmosphere and pollution By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define atmospheric pollution

(ii)              Explain the causes of air pollution

(iii)             Explain the efforts being made to reduce air pollution

·        Discussions on causes and control of air pollution ·        Chart showing causes and control of air pollution ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 68-69

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 57-60

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 135

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  88

 
  3-4 Air and combustion Preparation, drying and collection of gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                List the stages of gas preparation and collection

(ii)              Explain how gases can be generated, dried and collected

(iii)             Give the characteristics if gas collected by each method

·        Discussion on method of gas preparation and collection

·        Carrying out experiments to show gas preparations and collections

·        Discussion on gas collected by each method

·        Thistles funnel

·        Flask

·        U-tube

·        Gas jar

·        Delivery tube

·        Charts on methods of generation, drying and collection of gases

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 78-89

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 61

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 144

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  75

 

 
5 1-2 Air and combustion Industrial preparation of oxygen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain how oxygen can be distilled from liquid air by fractional distillation

·        Discussion on preparation of oxygen by fractional distillation of liquids air ·        Chart showing fractional distillation in liquid air ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 57-58

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 61

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 158

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  75

 
  3-4 Air and combustion Activity series and uses of oxygen gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Arrange elements in order of reactivity with oxygen from most to least reactive

(ii)              Give atleast 3 uses of oxygen gas

·        Discussion on reactivity series

·        Explaining uses of oxygen

·        Writing relevant equation

·        Chart showing reactivity series

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 66

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 56-61

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 159

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  83,87-89

 
6 1-2 Water and hydrogen Sources of water By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State sources of water

(ii)              Explain the importance of water

·        Discussion on the sources of water

·        Explaining the importance of water

·        Chart on sources of water

·        Photographs

·        Magazines and scientific journals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 70-71

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 62-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 174

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  91

 
  3-4 Water and hydrogen Water is a product of bringing organic matter By the end of the lesson, learner should be able to

(i)                Assemble apparatus to show the products of burning candle and test for water

·        Carrying out an experiment to show water is a product of burning organic matter

·        Observation and discussion of results of experiment

·        Candle ice cold water

·        Funnel

·        CuSo4

·        Wash bottle

·        Two test tubes with side arms

·        Lime water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 71

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 62-64

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 176

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  92

 
7 1-2 Water and hydrogen Water as an oxide hydrogen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Assemble apparatus to show that water is an oxide of hydrogen

(ii)              Test for the presence of water

·        Carrying out an experiment to show water is an oxide of hydrogen

·        Observation and discussion on results from experiment

·        Hydrogen generator

·        Cold surface

·        CuSo4

·        Cobalt chloride

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 71, 80-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 62-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 194

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  91

 
  3-4 Water and hydrogen Reaction of metals with water By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the observations when metals react with water

(ii)              Write word equation when metals react with water

·        Carrying out experiment to show reactions of water with metals

·        Observations and discussion on the results of experiments writing word equation for the reactions

·        Water

·        Sodium magnesium

·        Calcium potassium

·        Iron, zinc

·        Litmus

·        Splint

·        Trough

·        Gas jar

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 73-75

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 65-66

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 182

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  92

 
8 1-2 Water and hydrogen Reaction of metals with steam By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the observations when the magnesium react with cold water

(ii)              Write word equation for the reaction between metals and steam

·        Carrying our experiments to show the reaction of magnesium with steam

·        Observation and discussion on results obtained

·        Writing a word equation for the reaction

·        Steam

·        Mg

·        Boiling tube

·        Trough

·        Gas jar

·        Delivery tube

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 75-76

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 67-69

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 182

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  94

 
  3-4 Water and hydrogen Reactivity series of water with metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Arrange metals in order of their reactivity with water from most to least reactive

·        Discussion on reactivity of metals with water and steam

·        Drawing summary tube

·        Showing reactivity

·        Chart on reactivity series ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 77

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 69-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 182

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  96

 
9 1-2 Water and hydrogen Laboratory preparation of hydrogen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Assemble the apparatus used to prepare hydrogen gas in the laboratory

(ii)              Give the physical and the chemical properties of hydrogen gas

(iii)             Give the general test for hydrogen gas

 

·        Discussion on preparation, properties and test of hydrogen gas

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare hydrogen

·        Observation and discussion on results objectives

·        Carrying out the felt for hydrogen

·        Flat bottomed flask

·        Thistle funnel

·        Cork

·        Delivery tube

·        Trough

·        Gas jar

·        Splint

·        Water

·        Zinc granules

·        Dilute sulphuric acid

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 78-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 62-67

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 189

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  96

 

 
  3-4 Water and hydrogen Oxidation and reduction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain using word equations how hydrogen is a good reducing agent

(ii)              Define oxidation reduction and redox reactions in terms of hydrogen

(iii)             Use word equations to explain redox

·        Defining oxidation and reduction

·        Discussion on hydrogen as a reducing agent

·        Using word equations to explain redox

·        Hydrogen generator

·        Burner

·        Cuo, Copper (ii) sulphate

·        Calcium II chloride

·        tube

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 80-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 67-69

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 193

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  100

 

 
10 1-2 Water and hydrogen Uses of hydrogen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain atleast 3 uses of hydrogen

·        Discussion on the uses of hydrogen Chart on uses of hydrogen ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 82-83

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 68-69

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 196

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  102

 
  3-4 Water and hydrogen Summary of the topics By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain using word equation how hydrogen is a good reducing agent

(ii)              Define oxidation, reduction and redox reactions, in terms of hydrogen

(iii)             Use word equations to explain redox

·        Defining oxidation and reduction

·        Discussion on hydrogen and reducing agent

·        Using word equation to explain redox

·        Hydrogen generator

·        Burner

·        Cuo, Copper (ii) sulphate, calcium (ii) chloride

·        U-Tube

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 1 pages 80-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 67-69

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 201

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book page  103

 

 
 

EXAMS AND REVISION

 
CHEMISTRY FORM 2 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Structure of the and the periodic table Structure of the atom By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the atom

(ii)              Describe different models of the atom

·        Explaining the meaning of the atom

·        Describe Dalton’s theory of the atom

·        Describing Rutherford’s model of the atom

·        Chart on the models of atom

·        Improvised models of the atom

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 1-2

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 1-2

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 1

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  1

 

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Names and symbols of atom By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able

(i)                Give names and correct symbols of the first 20 elements of the periodic table

·        Identifying the names of the first 20 elements of the periodic table

·        Practicing how to write the correct symbols of the first 20 elements of the periodic table

·        The periodic table

·        Charting on English and latin names of elements

·        Table of elements and corresponding symbols

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 2-3

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 1-3

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 1

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  1

   
2 1-2 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Properties of the sub-atomic particles By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe proton, neutron and electron

(ii)              Make a simplified model of the atom

·        Define proton, neutron and electron

·        Construction a tabular summary of the properties of proton, neutron and electron

·        Drawing a simple model of the atom

·        Model of atom and energy levels

·        Chart on properties of proton, neutron and electron

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 2-3

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-4

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 7

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  2

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Electron arrangement of the first 20 elements of the periodic table By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the structure of the atom

(ii)              Write the electron arrangement of the first 20 elements of the periodic table

·        Describing the structure of the atom

·        Explaining the position of an element in the periodic table

·        Chart on the models of the atom

·        Periodic table

·        Models of atom

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 3-6

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-4

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 1-6

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  4

   
3 1-2 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Models of electron arrangement By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                draw the electron arrangements according to Bohr’s model

·        discussion on the points in Bohr’s theory of the atom

·        drawing election arrangement based on a tonic numbers

·        a chart on the dot and cross models of electron arrangement ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 5-6

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 2

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  4

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Atomic characteristics By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define atomic number, isotopes and relative atomic mass

·        Defining atomic number, mass number and isotope

·        Identifying isotopes and giving examples

·        Defining relative atomic

·        Solving problems on atomic number, mass number and isotopes

·        Model of electron arrangement

·        The periodic table

·        Chart on column isotopes of carbon, chlorine oxygen and neon

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 6-9

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 7

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  4

   
4 1-2 Structure of atom and periodic table Relative atomic mass and isotopes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Calculate relative atomic mass from isotopic composition

·        Explaining relative atomic mass

·        Calculating relative atomic mass

·        Chart on examples of correct calculations of relative atomic mass ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 9-11

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 10-12

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  10

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table The periodic table By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the position of an element in the periodic table interms of its electron arrangements

·        Discussing the history of the periodic table

·        Explaining Mendeleenes periodic law

·        Constructing part of the periodic table showing the first 20 elements

·        The periodic table

·        Chart on the history of the periodic table

 

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 11-13

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 17

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  8

   
5 1-2 Structure of the atom and the  periodic table Ion formation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Predict the type of ion formation from a given electron arrangement of an atom

·        Explaining ion formation by loss or gain of electrons

·        Predicting and drawing the structures of ions of named elements

·        The periodic table

·        Chart on electron arrangements and ion formation

·        Rules of predicting types of ion formed by an element in view of electron arrangement

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 13-15

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 20

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  12

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Ionization energy and electron affinity By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define ionization energy and electron affinity

·        Defining ionization energy and electron affinity

·        Explaining trends in ionization energy and electron affinity

·        Tables of values of electron affinity and ionization energy ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 15-16

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 25

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  12

   
6 1-2 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Valence and oxidation numbers By the end of the lesson ,the learner should be able to

(i)                Define valence and oxidation number of an element

·        Defining valences and oxidation number

·        Discussion on the table of valences of elements and radicals

·        Periodic table

·        Tables of valences of elements and radicals

·        Ball and stick woods of atoms

·        The hook model of valences

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 17-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 25-26

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  14-15

   
3-4 3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Valence, oxidation numbers and radicals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Predict valences and oxidation numbers from the position of elements in the periodic table

(ii)              Define radicals and state the valences

·        Predicting valences and oxidation numbers of elements

·        Defining the term radical

·        Discussion on table of valences for common radicals

·        Tables of valences and oxidation numbers

·        The Hook model the bull and stick model of valences

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 17-20

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 28-29

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  14-15

   
7 1-2 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Chemical formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Derive the formulae of some compounds from valences of elements and radicals

·        Discussing the procedure of deriving chemical formulae of compounds

·        Deriving chemical formulae of compounds

·        Chart on chemical formulae of some compounds

·        Table of Valences

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 21-22

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 29

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  20

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Chemical formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Solve problems on chemical formulae

·        Writing correct chemical Formulae of selected compounds ·        Quiz on chemical formuale ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 21-22

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  20

   
8 1-2 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Chemical equations By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Write simple balanced chemical equations

(ii)              Use state symbols

Write balanced chemical equations

·        Discussing state symbols

·        Using state symbols

·        Balancing chemical equations

·        Chart on the procedure of balancing chemical equations ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 23-24

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 4-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 35

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  20

   
  3-4 Structure of the atom and the periodic table Project By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to design and atomic model ·        Carrying out project on atomic model ·        Sell tape

·        Polystyrene

·        Marbles

·        wire

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 25

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 3-6

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 35

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  20

   
9 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Alkali metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify alkali metals

(ii)              Describe the electronic arrangement of alkali metals

(iii)             State and explain their physical properties

·        Identify group I elements

·        Describing electronic arrangement of alkali metals

·        Explaining physical properties of alkali metals

·        Samples of well stored alkali metals

·        Chart on properties of alkali metals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 27-30

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 12-17

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 44

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  26

   
  3-4 Chemical families: patterns in properties Alkali metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the chemical properties of alkali metals

·        Observing the reaction of alkali metals with air

·        Describing the reaction of alkali metals with cold water

·        Deflagrating spoon

·        Alkali metals

·        Trough

·        Water

·        Tongs

·        Krufe

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 30-32

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 12-17

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 49

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  26

   
10 1-2 Chemical families: Patterns in properties Reaction of alkali metals with chloride By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the reaction of alkali metals with chlorine

·        Carrying out experiments on reaction of alkali metals with chlorine gas

·        Writing equations for reaction of alkali metals with chlorine

·        Gas jar

·        Deflagrating spoon

·        Lithium

·        Sodium

·        Source of chlorine

·        Petri dish

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 32-33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 12-17

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 55

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  30

   
  3-4 Chemical families: patterns in properties Use of alkali metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to describe the uses of alkali metals ·        Discussing the uses of alkali metals

·        Listing the uses of alkali metals

  ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 33-35

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 12-17

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 57

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  32

   
11 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Alkaline with metals (Group II) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify alkaline with metals

(ii)              Write the electron arrangements of alkaline with earth metals

·        Explaining the electron arrangement and grading in size of alkaline-earth metals

·        Explaining ionization energies

·        Periodic table

·        Chart on atomic radius and ionization energy of group II metals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 35-36

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 58

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  33

   
  3-4 Chemical families: pattern in properties Alkaline earth metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain physical properties of alkaline earth metals

(ii)              Describe the reaction of alkaline earth metals with air

·        Discussion on properties of alkaline-earth metals

·        Carrying and experiments on reaction of group II metal with air

·        Writing equation for appropriate reactions

·        Tables of physical properties of group II metals

·        Pair of tongs

·        Bunsen burner

·        Test tubes

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Calcium

·        Phenolphthalein

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 36-38

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 61

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  33

   
12 1-2 Chemical families: pattern in properties Alkaline-earth metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reaction of alkaline-earth metals with cold water

·        Carrying out experiments on reaction of alkaline-earth metals with cold water

·        Discussion on the observed results on the experiments

·        Test tubes

·        Bunsen burner

·        Wooden splint

·        Filter funnel

·        Filter paper

·        Magnesium

·        Calcium

·        Phenolphthalein

·        Distilled water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 38-39

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 64

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  33

   
  3-4 Chemical families: Pattern in properties Alkaline-earth metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reaction of alkaline-earth metals with cholorine gas

·        Carrying out experiments on reaction of alkaline-earth metal with chlorine gas

·        Observing and describing the reaction of group II metals with chlorine gas

·        Gas jar

·        Deflagrating spoon

·        Bunsen burner

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Calcium

·        Chlorine gas

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 39-40

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 65-66

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  33

   
13 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Alkaline-earth metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reaction of alkaline-earth metals with dilute acids

·        Carrying out experiments on reaction of magnesium and calcium with dilute acids

·        Writing of relevant equations

·        3 test-tubes

·        Bunsen burner

·        Test-tube rack

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Dilute sulphuric acid

·        Dilute hydrochloric acid

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        calcium

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 40-41

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 69

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  33

   
  3-4 Chemical families: pattern in properties Importance of alkaline-earth metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the similarities in formulae of alkaline earth compounds

(ii)              Explain the importance of group II metals

·        Discussing the importance of group II metals

·        Explaining the similarities in formulae of alkaline earth compounds

·        Chart on the importance of alkaline-earth metals ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 41-42

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 18-21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 72

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  49

   
 

REVISION AND END TERM EXAMINATION

 
 

 

 
CHEMISTRY FORM 2 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 2  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-4 Revision Revision of term one’s work By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify and explain concept learnt in tem one

·        Answering questions

·        Quiz

·        Discussion on topic previously covered

·        Assignments

·        Quiz

·        Revision questions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 1-68

·        Objectives in Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 1-71

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page 1-41

   
2 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Locate the position of halogens in the periodic table

(ii)              Name the halogens giving their electronic arrangements and their valance

·        Discussion on location of halogens in the periodic table

·        Identifying halogens

·        Writing the electron arrangement of halogens

·        Periodic table ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 43-44

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-25

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 72-73

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  41

   
  3-4 Chemical families: patterns in properties Physical properties of halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the physical properties of halogens

(ii)              Give the formulae of metal halides of sodium, calcium, iron, phosphorous

(iii)             Explain the changes of ionic and atomic radii down the group

·        Explain the physical properties of halogens

·        Writing the formulae of Ha, Ca, Fe, ph

·        Explain the changes of ionic and atomic radii down the group

·        Periodic table

·        Chart showing table on physical properties of halogens

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 44-46

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-25

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 73

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  42

 

   
3 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reaction of halogens with metals

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the reaction between halogens and metals

·        Discussion on the results obtained

·        Apparatus and chemicals listed on page 47

·        Students book

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 47-49

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-25

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 78

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  45

   
  3-4 Chemical families: Patterns in properties Halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reaction between halogens and water

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the reaction between halogens and water

·        Discussion on observation made

·        Chlorine gas

·        Generator

·        2 test tubes

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Spatula

·        KMnO4

·        Concentrated HCL

·        Bronure iodine

·        Distilled water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 49-50

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-30

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 76

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  45

   
4 1-2 Chemical families: patterns in properties Halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the similarities of halogen ions

(ii)              Explain the similarities in formulae of halogen compounds

·        Explaining similities of halogen ions

·        Explaining similarities in formulae of halogen compounds

·        Chart showing formulae of some metallic haloids

·        Chart showing formulae of halogens halides

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 50-52

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-30

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 83

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  45

   
  3-4 Chemical families: patterns in properties Uses of halogens and their compounds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of halogens and their compounds

·        Stating and discussing the uses of halogens ·        A chart on uses of halogens ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 51-52

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-25

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 85

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  49

   
5 1-2 Chemical families: pattern in properties Properties of halogens By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the physical properties of halogens

·        Discussion on physical and chemical properties of halogens ·        Periodic table

·        Table on summary of properties of halogens

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 27-54

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 21-25

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 73

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  42

   
  3-4 Chemical families: pattern in properties Noble gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)                Locate the position of noble gases in the periodic table

(ii)              Give the electronic arrangement of noble gases

(iii)             Give atleast 5 properties of noble gases

(iv)             Explain the uses of noble gases

·        Locating and identifying noble gases in the periodic table

·        Drawing the electronic arrangement of noble gases

·        Explain the properties of noble gases

·        Explaining the uses of noble gases

·        Periodic table

·        Char on properties of noble gases

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 54-56

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 86

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  50

 

   
6 1-2 Chemical families:

Pattern in properties

Properties and periods across a period By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify the elements in a given period

(ii)              Write the electron arrangement of the elements in a given period

·        Identifying elements in a given period

·        Writing the electron arrangements of the elements in a given period

·        Periodic table ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 56-57

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 27-31

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 88-101

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  50

   
  3-4 Chemical families: pattern properties Properties and trends across a period By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the trends in physical properties of elements in a period

·        Discussion on the trends in physical properties of elements in period ·        Periodic table

·        Chart on physical properties of elements in a period

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 58-60

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 27-31

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 88-101

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  52

   
7 1-2 Chemical families:

Pattern in properties

Properties and trends across a period By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the trends in chemical behaviors of elements in a period

·        Discussion on the trends in chemical behavior of elements in a given period ·        Periodic table

·        Chart showing reactions of elements with oxygen, water and dilute acids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 60-64

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 27-31

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 88-101

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding Types of bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to able to

(i)                Define the term bonding and structure

(ii)              Name the types of bonding and related structures

(iii)             Define ionic bonding

·        Naming types of bonding and related structures

·        Define the terms structure and bonding

·        Models of common structures ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages60-70

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 105

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  62

   
8 1-2 Structure and bonding The role of the outer electrons in electrical bond By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the role of the outer most electrons in determining chemical bonding

·        Describing the role of outer electrons in determining chemical bonding ·        Chart on electron arrangement and stability  

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages69

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 105-108

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  62

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding The noble gases, electron arrangements By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the noble gas-electron arrangement

·        Explaining the noble gas electron arrangement ·        Chart on noble gas electron arrangement ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages69-70

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 109

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  62

   
9 1-2 Structure and bonding Electron transfer and ionic bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to explain electron transfer and ionic bonding ·        Explain electron transfer and ionic bonding ·        Chart on bond type and structure ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 70-74

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 108-109

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  62

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding Electron sharing and covalent bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define covalent bonding

(ii)              Give examples of covalent compounds

(iii)             Give four properties of covalent compounds

·        Defining covalent bonding

·        Listing examples of covalent compounds

·        Stating 4 properties of covalent compounds

·        Chart on covalent bonding ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 74-75

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 110-112

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  65

   
10 1-2 Structure and bonding Use of dots (.) and cross (x) to illustrate bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Use dot and cross to illustrate bonding

·        Drawing structures to illustrate bonding using dot and cross

 

 

·        Chart on examples of illustrated bonding using dots and cross ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 74-76

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  62

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding Hydrogen bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain hydrogen bonding

·        Describing hydrogen bonding ·        Chart on hydrogen bonding ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 76-78

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 119

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  70

   
11 1-2 Structure and bonding Co-ordinate covalent bonding By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Illustrate covalent bonding using diagrams

(ii)              Explain the properties of covalent substances

·        Illustrating covalent bonding

·        Explaining properties of covalent compounds

·        Chart showing covalent bonding

·        Chart on properties of covalent compounds

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 78-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 112

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  68

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding Types of bonding in period 3 By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Select appropriate materials for use based on bond type

·        Explaining bond type changes a cross a period ·        Chart on bonding of oxides and chlorides of period 3 elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 82-83

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 120-121

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  68

   
12 1-2 Structure and bonding Application By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able

(i)                Select appropriate materials for use based on bond type

·        Discussion on various fields of areas in which the knowledge of bonding and structure is applied ·        Pictures and photographs from scientific journals  

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 83-84

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 123

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  72-73

   
  3-4 Structure and bonding project By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Make a model of the structure of diamond

·        Using sticks and plasticine to make a model of the structure of diamond ·        Smooth sticks

·        plasticine

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 84-85

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 38-43

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 115

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  71

   
13 1-2 salts Methods of preparing soluble salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Prepare soluble salts by the reaction of acid with metals and metal hydroxides

·        Carrying out experiments on salt preparation by reaction of acids with metals and metal hydroxides

·        Discussion on results of experiments

·        2NHCL

·        Zinc powder

·        2MNaOH

·        Phenolphthalein

·        Distilled water

·        Necessary apparatus

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 86-88

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  87

   
  3-4 Salt Methods of preparing soluble salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Prepare soluble salts by the reaction of acids with metal carbonates, metal oxides and metal hydrogen carbonates

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare salts by the reaction of acids with metal carbonate, metal oxides and metal hydrogen carbonate

·        Discussion on the results observed from the experiments

·        2MH2SO4

·        Sodium carbonate

·        250cm3beaker

·        Conical flask

·        Filter funnel

·        Filter paper

·        Spatula

·        Glass rod

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 88-89

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 130-148

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  87

   
 

REVISION AND END OF TERM EXAMS

 
   
CHEMISTRY FORM 2 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 3  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Salts Preparation of salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe preparation of insoluble salts by precipitation

(ii)              Write correct ionic equations for preparation of salts

·        Describing the preparation of insoluble salts by precipitation

·        Writing ionic equations for preparation of salts

·        Chart showing covalent insoluble salts and ionic equations for preparation of salts ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 89

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 139

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  94

   
  3-4 salts Preparation of salts through direct  combination methods

Types of salts

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe preparation of salts by direct combination

(ii)              Explain the terms saturation crystallization, neutralization and precipitation

(iii)             State types of salts

·        Explaining precipitation of salts by direct combination

·        Defining the forms crystallization, saturation , neutralization and precipitation

·        Listing types of salts

·        Chart showing types of salts

·        Chart showing examples of salts that can be prepared by direct combination

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 89-91

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 137-139

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  92

   
2 1-2 Salts Solubility of salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify soluble and insoluble salts

·        Discussion on soluble salts

·        Explaining the relationship between method of preparation and solubility of salts

·        Chart on graph showing some solubility curves ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 91-93

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 149

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  82

   
  3-4 salts Action of heat on salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the action of heat on various salts

·        Explaining the action of heat on carbonates, nitrates, sulphates and hydrated salts based on experimental observation ·        Bunsen burner

·        Glass rod

·        Lime water

·        Litmus paper

·        Spatula

·        Wooden splint

·        Various salts

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 93-99

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 152

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  99

   
3 1-2 Salts Application By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to state the uses of some salts ·        Explaining various uses of salts ·        Articles from scientific magazines and journals ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 100

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 161

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  96

   
  3-4 Effects of an electric current on substances Conduction of electricity by solids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the terms conductor, non-conductor, electrolyte and non-electrolyte

(ii)              Test for conduction of electricity by solids

·        Defining the terms conductor, electrolyte and non-electrolyte

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the solids that conduct electricity

·        Battery

·        Torch bulb

·        Crocodile clips

·        Various solids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 100

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 50-62

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 161

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  105

   
4 1-2 Effects of electric current on substances Conduction of electricity by molten substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify molten substances that conduct electricity

·        Carrying and experiments to investigate conduction of electricity by molten substances

·        Discussion on result observed

·        Batteries

·        Wires

·        Torch bulbs

·        Crucible

·        Bunsen burner

·        Tripod stand

·        Various chemicals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 104-105

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 63-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 170

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  107

   
  3-4 Effects of an electric current on substances Conduction of electricity by solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Test for conduction of electricity in solutions

·        Carrying and experiments to investigate conduction of electricity in aqueous solution

·        Discussion on results observed

·        Battery

·        Wires

·        Torch bulb

·        Crocodile clip

·        Beaker

·        Various aqueous solutions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 104-105

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 63-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 171

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  109

   
5 1-2 Effects of an electric current on substances Electricity By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)     State the products of electrolysis of a binary electrolyte

(ii)    Explain the process of electrolysis

(iii)   Define the terms anode and cathode

·        Explaining the process of electrolysis

·        Defining the terms cathode and anode

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the movement of air through an electrolyte

·        Battery

·        Crocodile chip

·        Microscope slide

·        Pair of scissors

·        Filter paper

·        Various electrolytes

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 107-110

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 63-76

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 174-175

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  111

   
  3-4 Effects of electric current on substances Application By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State some applications of electrolysis

·        Discussion on the application of electrolysis

·        Such as in electroplating extruder of metals and purification of metals

·        Articles and photographs from scientific magazines and journals ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 111-112

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 63-76

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 177-178

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  113

   
6 1-2 Carbon and its compounds Forms of carbon By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define allotropy and allotropes

(ii)              Explain the physical properties of carbon allotropes

(iii)             State some uses of carbon

·        Defining the terms allotropy and allotropes

·        Explaining the physical properties of diamond and graphite

·        Discussion on uses of carbon (diamond and graphite)

·        Models of the structure of diamond and graphite

·        Charts showing models of diamond and graphite

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 116-117

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 180-185

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  115

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compounds Amorphous forms of carbon By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)     Explain the physical properties of amorphous carbon

(ii)    State some uses of amorphous carbon such as charcoal

·        Explaining the physical properties of amorphous forms of carbon

·        Discussion on uses of amorphous form of carbon

·        Photographs of charcoal

·        charcoal

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 116-119

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 186-187

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  117

   
7 1-2 Carbon and its compound Chemical properties of carbon By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the behavior of carbon when burnt

(ii)              Describe the reaction of carbon with acids

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate what happens to wood charcoal when burnt

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the reactions of carbon with acids

·        Gas jar with cover

·        Bunsen burner

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Lime water

·        Wood charcoal

·        Con. HCL and H2SO4

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 120-121

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 186-187

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  117

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compounds Chemical properties of carbon By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reducing action of carbon

·        Explaining the reducing action of carbon

·        Carrying out an experiment to investigate the reaction between wood charcoal and copper (II) oxide

·        Discussion on results of the experiments

·        Spatula

·        Hard glass

·        Test tube

·        Stand and clump

·        250 cm3beaker

·        Test tube holder

·        Burner

·        Wood charcoal

·        Copper (II) Oxide

·        Water

·        Lime water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 121-123

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 186-187

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  117

   
8 1-2 Carbon and its compounds Preparation and properties of carbon (iv) oxide By the  end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe laboratory preparation of carbon (iv) oxide

(ii)              Describe the physical properties of carbon (iv) oxide

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare carbon (iv) oxide in the laboratory

·        Explaining the physical properties of carbon (iv) oxide

·        Flat-bottomed flask

·        2 conical flask

·        Gas jar with covers

·        Thistle funnel with tap

·        Delivery tube

·        Marble chips

·        Dilute HCL

·        Dilute water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 123-126

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 190-193

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  121

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compounds Properties of carbon (iv) oxide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and describe the chemical properties of carbon (iv)oxide

·        Explaining the reaction of carbon (iv) oxide with water, alkalis and burning magnesium

·        Discussion on some uses of carbon (iv) oxide

·        Flat-bottomed flask

·        Stand and clump

·        Dripping funnel

·        Trough

·        Bee-hive shelf

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Spatula

·        Methanol acid

·        Conc. H2SO4

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 131-133

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 193-195

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  122-123

   
9 1-2 Carbon and its compound Preparations and properties of Carbon (iv) oxide should only be prepared on a form chamber By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe laboratory preparation of carbon (ii) oxide

(ii)              Describe the physical properties of carbon (ii) oxide

·        Carrying out an experiment to prepare carbon (ii) oxide in the laboratory

·        Explaining the physical properties of carbon (ii) oxide

·        Flat-bottomed flask

·        Stand clamp

·        Dropping funnel

·        Trough

·        Bee-hive shelf

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Spatula

·        Methanol acid

·        Con H2SO4

·        Water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 131-133

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 197-199

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  125-126

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compound Chemical properties of carbon (II) oxide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

(i)                State and describe the chemical properties of carbon (II) oxide

(ii)              State some uses of Carbon (II) oxide

·        Explain the chemical properties of Carbon (II) oxide

·        Discussion on the uses of Carbon (II) oxide

·        Comparing Carbon (IV) oxide and Carbon (II) oxide

·        Chart showing a comparison between carbon (IV) oxide and carbon (II) oxide ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 131-136

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 201-203

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  128

   
10 1-2 Carbon and its compounds Carbonates and hydrogen carbonates By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the chemical reactions of carbonates

 

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the action of heat and dilute acids on carbonates

·        Discussion on observed results on the experiments

·        Test tubes, test tube rack, Bunsen burner,

·        Spatula

·        Stand and clamp

·        Beaker and test tube with side arm

·        Dilute HCL

·        Lime water and various carbonates

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 137-139

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 206

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  130-131

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compounds Carbonates and hydrogen carbonates By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the chemical reaction of hydrogen carbonates

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the action of heat and dilute acids on hydrogen carbonates

·        Discussion on the observed results observation from the experiments

·        Two test-tubes

·        Stand and clamp

·        Delivery tube

·        Bunsen burner

·        Spatula and test tube with side arm

·        Lime water and sodium and calcium hydrogen carbonates

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 139-141

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  130

 

   
11 1-2 Carbon and its compounds Production and manufacture of sodium carbonate (soda ash) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be

(i)                Able to describe the manufacture of sodium carbonate

·        Explaining the stages of solvaryprocess ·        Chart showing the solvaryprocess

·        A flow diagram of the solvary process

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 141-144

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  134

   
 

 

3-4 Carbon and its compounds Extraction of sodium carbonate (soda ash) from lake Magadi By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the extraction of sodium carbonate from lake Magadi

·        Explaining the extraction of sodium carbonate (soda ash) from lake Magadi ·        A chart showing the process of producing soda ash ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 144-145

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  134

   
12 1-2 Carbon and its compound The importance of carbon and its oxides By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the importance of carbon compounds in the natural environment and industry

·        Explaining the carbon oxide

·        Discussion on manufacture of soft drinks and fire extinguishers

·        Chart showing flow diagram of carbon cycle ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 145-147

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  135-136

   
  3-4 Carbon and its compounds The importance of carbon and its oxides By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the importance of carbon and its compounds in the natural environment and in industry

·        Explain the effect of carbon (iv) oxide on the environment ·        Articles and photographs from scientific magazines and journals ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 2 pages 147-148

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 2 pages 77-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 2 page  137-138

 

   
 

REVISION AND END OF YEAR EXAMINATION

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

CHEMISTRY FORM 3 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1

 
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Gas Law Boyels’ Law By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State Boyles’ law

(ii)              Carry out an experiment to investigate Boyle’s law

·        Demonstration to verify Boyle’s law recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Drawing of pagenist and- against i/p graphs

·        Bourn on gauge

·        Pump

·        Scale strip

·        Delivery tubes with connections

·        Graph papers

·        Panels

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 1-4

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 4-5

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 206

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  1

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 5

   
  3-4 Gas laws Charles’ Law By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State Charles’ law

·        Demonstration to verify Charles law

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Representing Charles law graphically

·        Concentrated Sulphuric acid

·        Water and ice

·        Thermometer

·        Capillary tube

·        250cm3 beaker

·        Bunsen burner

·        Tripod stand

·        Wire gauge

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 4-6

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 6-8

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 8

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  6

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 7

   
  5 Gas Laws Combined gas law By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Use the combined gas laws to carry out calculations

·        Discussion on combined gas laws

·        Calculating sums involving combined gas laws

·        Charts showing steps involved in the use of combined gas law ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 6-7

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 6-9

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 11

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  13

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 9

   
2 4-5 Gas Law Movement of particles of diffusion in gases

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain diffusion in liquids in terms of kinetic theory

·        Carrying out experiments of diffusion of gases

·        Listing the real-life situations where concept of diffusion is applied

·        Perfume

·        Chart showing applications of diffusion in real life situation

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 12-13

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 14

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  16

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel

   
3 1-2 Gas law Grahams’ Law of diffusion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to relate the note of diffusion to relative molecular mass of a gas ·        Demonstration on diffusion of ammonia and hydrogen chloride

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on the observations

·        Concentrated ammonia

·        Concentrated hydrochloric acid

·        Glass tube

·        2 stands and clamps

·        Stop-watch

·        Cotton-wool

·        Meter note

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 13-16

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 14

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  16

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 11

   
  3-4 Gas law Grahams’ Law of diffusion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Relate the rate of diffusion to the relative molecular of mass of a gas

·        Discussion based on the mathematical aspect of Grahams Law of diffusion

·        Calculating sum involving Graham’s law of diffusion

·        Chart showing calculation that relate to Grahams’ law of diffusion ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 13-16

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 14

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  16

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 17-19

   
 

 

5 Gas law Grahams’ Law of diffusion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out calculations involving Grahams’ law of diffusion

·        Discussion based on Grahams’ law of diffusion

·        Calculating grahams’ law of diffusion

·        Chart showing relationship between diffusion with density and time ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 13-16

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 11

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 14

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  16

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 12-13

   
4 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations The mole By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define the mole

·        Defining the term mole

·        Calculations and discussion on the mole

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Electronic balance

·        Stop-watch

·        Thermometer

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 20-22

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 18-19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 27

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  29

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 21

   
  3 The mole, formulae and chemical equations The relative atomic mass By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Relate the mole to relative atomic mass

·        Discussion based on the relative atomic mass

·        Calculating sum on relative atomic mass

·        Periodic table having relative atomic masses of elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 25-26

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 18-19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 33

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  28

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 22-23

   
  4-5 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molar mass By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Convert mass into moles and vice versa

·        Calculations involving moles and masses

·        Calculating the relative molecular masses of elements

·        The periodic table

·        Chart showing large triangle of the relationship between mass, molecular mass and mole

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 23-25

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 18-19

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 31

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  42

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 23-24

   
5 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Empirical formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine experimentally the empirical formulae of a given compound

·        Demonstration on empirical formulae of magnesium oxide

·        Recording and discussing observations

·        Calculating the empirical formulae of magnesium oxide

·        Magnesium ribbon dry crucible with lod

·        Pipe clay triangle

·        A pair of tongs

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 26-27

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 19-20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 64

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  35

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 23-28

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Empirical formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine experimentally empirical formulae of substance

·        Demonstration on formulae of a hydrated salt

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Calculating empirical formulae

·        CuSO4

·        Cobalt (II)

·        Chloride paper

·        Aluminum foil

·        Cotton wool

·        Ruler

·        Beaker of water

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 29-31

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 19-20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 64

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  35

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 30-31

   
 

 

5 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Empirical formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                determine the empirical formulae of a given data

·        discussion based on enyzerical formulae

·        calculating empirical formulae of a given data

·        charts showing how the enyzerical formulae of substances are calculated ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 31-32

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 19-20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 64

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  35

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 31-33

   
6 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molecular formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the molecular formulae of substances from given data

·        Discussion based on molecular formulae

·        Calculating molecular formulae

·        Chart showing the calculations of molecular formulae ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 32-33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 19-20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 43

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  73

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 34-35

   
  3 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molecular formulae By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the molecular formulae of substances from a given data

·        Discussion based on the molecular formulae

·        Calculating molecular formulae

·        Charts showing the calculations of molecular formulae ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 32-33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 19-20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 73

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  43

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 34-36

   
  4-5 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Mole solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the term concentration molarity and dilution of a solution

·        Carrying out experiments on molar solutions

·        Naming of apparatus used in preparing molar solutions

·        Calculating sums covering molar solutions

·        Dropper

·        Volumetric flask

·        Beaker

·        Wash bottle

·        Electronic balance

·        Distilled water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 33

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 75

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  46

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 34-39

   
7 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molar solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define and prepare molar solutions

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare molar solutions of sodium hydroxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Sodium hydroxide

·        Distilled water in a wash bottle

·        Volumetric flask

·        Clean 250cm3 beaker

·        Filter funnel

·        Electronic balance

·        Glass rod

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 33-34

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 75

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  46

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 42-43

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Calculations involving molar solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out calculations involving molar solutions

·        Discussion based on chemical equation

·        Writing of chemical equations

·        Charts showing calculations of concentrations and dilutions ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 35-40

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 20

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 78

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  47

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 56

   
  5 The mole formulae and chemical equations Chemical equations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write correct formulae of reactions with the correct state symbols

·        Discussion based on chemical equations

·        Writing of chemical equations

·        Charts showing chemical equations with the state symbols ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 40-46

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 87

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  54

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 42-43-44

   
8 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Balanced chemical equations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write correct formulae and ionic equations of reactions with state symbols

 

 

·        Charts showing equations with the correct state symbols ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 40-46

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 21

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 87

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  58-63

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 44

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Acid-base titration By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out acids based on titrations

·        Naming of different apparatus used in titration processes

·        Carry out acid base titrations

·        Reading the meniscus of a burette correctly

·        Pipette

·        Burette

·        Conical flask

·        Dropper

·        White

·        Filter funnel

·        Indicator

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 53-54

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 22-24

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 104

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  58-63

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 64

   
9 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equation Acid-base titration By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out titration and calculations involving solutions

·        Carrying out experiments on HCL (aq)

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on the observations

·        Calculating acid-base titration

·        Hydrochloric acid

·        1M NasCo3

·        Methyl orange

·        Distilled water

·        Burette

·        Pipette

·        Clamp and stands

·        Beaker

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 55-56

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 22-24

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 104

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  64

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 54

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Redox titration By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out titration and related calculations

·        Carrying out experiments in redox reaction

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on the observations

·        Calculating sums related to titration

·        Potassium manganate (VII)

·        Iron (II) ammonium sulphate

·        Burette

·        Pipette

·        Conical flask

·        Volumetric flask

·        Electronic balance

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 56-58

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 24-26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  75

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 56

   
 

 

5 The mole, formulae and charcoal equations Redox reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out redox titration and related calculations

·        Carrying out experiments in redox reaction

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Calculating sums related to titration

·        Potassium dichromate (VI)

·        Iron (II) ammonium sulphate

·        Distilled water

·        Diphenylamine indicator

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 59-60

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 24-26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  75

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 58

   
10 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molar gas volume By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define molar gas volume and carry out related calculations

·        Discussion on the last gas volume

·        Calculating sums related to molar gas volume

·        Charts showing calculations of molar gas volume ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 61-62

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 120

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  79

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 59

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Molar gas volume By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out titration and calculations involving  molar solutions

·        Discussion on molar gas volume

·        Calculating sums related to molar gas

·        Charts showing calculation of molar gas volume ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 61-62

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 120

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  79

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 60-61

   
  5 The formulae and chemical equations Atomicity of gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out titration and calculations involving molar solutions

·        Explaining atomicity of different gases

·        Discussion based on atomicity of gases

·        Calculating sums related to molar solutions

·        Charts showing atomicity of gases ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 62-63

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 126

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  79

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 64-65

   
11 1-2 The mole, formulae and chemical equations Avogadro’s’ law and the related calculations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Avogadro’s law and carry out related calculation

·        Discussions based on Avogadro’s law

·        Calculating sums related to Avogadro’s law

·        Chart showing calculations involving Avogadro’s law ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 64-65

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 130

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  31

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 59-62

   
  3-4 The mole, formulae and chemical equations ·        Gay Lussac’s law and related calculations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to state Gay

Lussac’s law and carry out related calculations

·        Calculation of sums related to Gay Lussac’s law

·        Discussions based on Gay Lussac’s law

·        Charts showing calculations involving Gay Lussac’s law ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 64-65

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 127

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  84-85

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 59-64

   
  5 The mole, formulae and chemical equation Gay Lussac’s law and related calculations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State Gay Lussac’s law and carry our related calculations

·        Discussions based on Gay Lussac’s law

·        Calculating sums related to Gay Lussac’s law

·        Charts showing calculations involving Gay Lussac’s law ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 64-65

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages26

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 127

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  84-85

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 65-66

   
 

REVISION AND END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS

 
 

 

 
 

CHEMISTRY FORM 3 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 2

 
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Hydro carbons Introduction By the of the lesson, the learner should be able

(i)                Define a hydro-carbon

(ii)              Name and draw the structure of single hydrocarbon

·        Defining hydrocarbon

·        Drawing the structure of hydro carbonates

·        Assigning names of alkaline molecules

·        Ball and stick models of alkaline

·        Chart on hydrocarbons

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 68-69

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 32-34

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 135

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  92

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 74

   
  3 hydrocarbons Alkaline By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the features of alkenes as a homologous series

·        Drawing simple alkaline molecules

·        Listing features of homologous series

 

 

·        Ball and stick models of alkaline

·        Charts showing the features of a homologous series

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 69-71

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 34-37

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 135

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  93

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 75

   
  4-5 Hydrocarbons General formulae of alkaline occurrence of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write the general formulae of alkanes

(ii)              Explain the occurrence of alkane

(iii)             Describe the fractional of distillation of crude oil

·        Writing the general formulae of alkaline

·        Explaining the occurrence of alkaline

·        Describing the fractional distillation of crude oil

·        Thermometer

·        Boiling tube

·        Test tube with side arm

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Bunsen burner

·        4 test tubes with stoppers

·        400 cm3 beaker

·        Spatula

·        Stand with clamp

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 70-76

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 35-37

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 135

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  93

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 76

   
2 1-2 Hydrocarbons Nomenclature of alkaline By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name and draw simple alkalines

·        Drawing simple alkaline molecules

·        Assigning names of alkaline molecules

·        Ball and stick models of alkanes

·        Diagrams of alkanes on a chart

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 76-82

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 35-37

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 135 and138

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  98

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 77-78

   
  3 hydrocarbons Isomerism in alkanes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name and draw isomers of alkanes

·        Drawing isomers of different alkanes

·        Assigning names to different isomers of alkanes

·        Ball and stick models of alkanes

·        Diagrams of different isomers on a chart

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 83-84

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 36

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 141

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  101

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 79

   
  4-5 hydrocarbons Alkanes- preparation of methane By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the general methods of preparing alkanes

·        Carrying out experiments to prepare methane

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        An hydrous sodium ethane

·        Soda line

·        Bromine water

·        Blue cobalt chloride paper

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Separating funnel

·        Hard test tubes

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 91-92

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 38-39

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 146

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  103

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 80-81

   
3 1-2 hydrocarbons Physical properties of alkanes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain physical properties of alkanes

·        Carrying out experiments on stability of alkanes

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions on the physical properties of alkanes

·        Pentane

·        Diethyl ether

·        Water

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Separating funnel

·        Stand & clamp

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 88-93

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 37-38

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 148

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  105

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 81

   
  3-4 hydrocarbons Chemical properties of alkaline By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the chemical properties of alkaline

·        Carrying out experiments on reactions of alkaline

·        Recording observations on the chemical properties of alkaline

·        Borate

·        Lime water

·        Blue cobalt (II) chloride paper

·        Bromine water

·        Methane measuring cylinder

·        Wooden splint

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 91-92

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 38-39

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 149

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  106

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 82

   
4 1-2 Hydrocarbons Use of alkaline By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State uses of alkaline

·        Discussion on alkaline

·        Listing uses of alkaline

·        Vaseline

·        Lubricants

·        Gloss paints

·        Chart showing uses of alkaline

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 95-96

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 40-41

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 154

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  110

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 83

   
  3 Hydrocarbons Nomenclature of alkaline By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the features of alkanes as a homologous series

·        Drawing structures of alkenes

·        Listing the feature of alkene as homologous series

·        Ball and stick model of alkenes

·        Diagram of alkenes on a chart

·        Chart showing the features of alkenes as a homologous series

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 97-100

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 41-42

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 155

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  110

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 84

   
  4-5 hydrocarbon Isomerism of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Draw and name isomers of alkenes

·        Drawing structures of different isomers alkenes

·        Assigning names to isomers of alkenes

·        Ball and stick model of alkenes

·        Chart showing isomers of different molecules

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 103-107

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 43-44

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 161

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  113

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 84-85

   
5 1-2 hydrocarbon Preparation of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparation of alkenes

·        Demonstration, preparation and properties of ethane

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on preparation of alkenes

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Concentrated Sulphuric acid

·        Ethanol

·        Concentrated potassium hydroxide

·        Gas jar

·        Conical flask

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 103-107

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 43-44

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 161

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  113

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 84-85

   
  3 hydrocarbons Physical properties of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the chemical properties of alkenes

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate solubility of alkenes

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on physical properties of alkanes

·        Chart showing the physical properties of alkenes

·        Pent-l-ene water

·        Stand and clamp

·        Methylbenzene

·        Separating funnel

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 109-111

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 46

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 165

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  117

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 82

   
  4-5 hydrocarbon Chemical properties of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the chemical properties of alkenes

·        Carrying out experiments on combustion and vaporization o alkenes

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on chemical properties of alkenes

 

 

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 109-111

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 46

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 165

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  117

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 82

   
6 1 hydrocarbon Uses of alkenes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of alkenes

·        Discussions on uses of alkenes

·        Listing the uses of alkenes

·        Charts showing the uses of alkenes

·        Plastic proof wear

·        Plastic hand-bag

·        Plastic suit cases

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 112-113

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 48

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 170

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  121

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 83

   
  2-3 hydrocarbons Alkynes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name and draw the structure of alkynes

·        Drawing the structures of alkynes

·        Assigning names of alkynes molecules

·        Ball and stick models of alkynes

·        Diagrams of alkynes on a chart

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 113-115

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 48

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 171

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  122

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 87-88

   
  4-5 hydrocarbons Preparation and properties of alkynes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the general methods of preparing alkynes

(ii)              Explain the physical and chemical properties of alkynes

·        Carrying out experiment to prepare ehtyne

·        Recording of observation

·        Discussion based on observation

·        Explaining the physical and chemical properties of alkynes

·        Calcium carlide

·        Phenolphthalein indicator

·        Bromine water

·        Acidified potassium manganate (VII)

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Water trough

·        Spatula

·        Stand on clamp

·        4 gas jars

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 116-119

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 49

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 178

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  125-127

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 88-89

   
7 1-2 hydrocarbon Isomerism in alkynes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Draw and name isomers of alkynes

·        Draw isomers of different alkynes

·        Assign names of isomers of alkynes

·        Ball and stick models of alkynes

·        Diagrams of alkynes on charts

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 115

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 48

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 176

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  124

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 88

   
  3 hydrocarbon Uses of alkynes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the uses of alkynes

·        Discussion on uses of alkynes

·        Listing uses of alkynes

·        Charts showing uses of alkynes

·        Sample of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 119-120

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 50

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 183

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  130

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 90

   
  4-5 Nitrogen and its compound Introduction: isolation of nitrogen from air By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the isolation of nitrogen from air

·        Carrying out experiments on the isolation of nitrogen

·        Recording and observation

·        Discussion on isolation of Nitrogen from air

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        2M sodium hydroxide

·        Silica tube

·        Copper turnings

·        Clamp and stand

·        Bycyde pump

·        Bee hive shelf

·        Gas jar

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 123-124

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 61-64

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 186

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  135

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 92

   
8 1-2 Nitrogen and its compound Laboratory preparation of nitrogen and its properties By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the laboratory preparations of nitrogen and its properties

·        Demonstration on the preparation of Nitrogen gas

·        Recording observation

·        Discussion

·        Laboratory preparation of nitrogen

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Explaining properties of nitrogen

·        Sodium nitrate

·        Ammonium chloride

·        Distilled water

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Delivery tube

·        Bunsen burner

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Gas jars

·        Stand and clamp

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 125-127

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 64

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 189

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  136

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 93

   
  3 Nitrogen and its compounds Uses of nitrogen By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of nitrogen

·        Discussion on the uses of nitrogen

·        Drawing the nitrogen cycle

·        Listing uses of nitrogen

·        Chart showing the nitrogen cycle

·        Chart showing uses of nitrogen

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 127-128

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 65

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 193

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  139

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 95

   
  4-5 Nitrogen and its compounds Preparation and properties of nitrogen (i) oxide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the preparation of nitrogen

(ii)              State the properties of nitrogen (I) oxide

·        Demonstration on the preparation of nitrogen (I) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing related chemical equations

·        Explaining properties of nitrogen (I) oxide

·        Ammonium sulphate

·        Sodium nitrate

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Water trough

·        Stand and clamp

·        Gas jar

·        Bunsen burner

·        Red and blue litmus papers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 129-131

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 65-66

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 195

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  139

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 96

   
9 1-2 Nitrogen and its compound Preparation and properties of nitrogen (II) oxide By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to

(i)                State the properties of nitrogen (ii) oxide

·        Demonstration on the preparation of nitrogen (II) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Explaining properties of nitrogen (II) oxide

·        Concentrated nitric acid

·        Distilled water

·        Copper forms

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Thistle funnel

·        Gas jars

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Delivery tube

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 131-134

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 66-67

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 201

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  139

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 96

   
  3 Nitrogen and its compounds Test and uses of N2O and NO By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of nitrogen (I) oxide and nitrogen (II) oxide

·        Discussion on the test of N2O and NO

·        Listening the uses of N2O and NO

·        Charts showing the difference between N2O and NO

·        Chart showing the uses of N2O and NO

 

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 134

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 66-67, 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 200 and 202-203

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  141

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 99-102

   
  4-5 Nitrogen and its compound Laboratory preparation and properties of Nitrogen (IV) oxide (NO2) and its uses

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State properties of nitrogen (IV) oxide

(ii)              Explain its uses

·        Demonstration on the preparation of nitrogen (IV) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observation

·        Writing of chemical equations

·        Explaining properties and uses of nitrogen (IV) oxide (NO2)

·        Concentrated nitric acid

·        Copper turnings

·        Thistle funnel/with tap

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Stand with clamp

·        Gas jars with glass corner

·        spatulas

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 134-136

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 66-67, 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages 200 and 204

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  142

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 100-102

   
10 1-2 Nitrogen and its compounds Laboratory preparation and physical properties of ammonia By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the laboratory preparation of ammonia and state its physical properties

·        Demonstration on the preparation of ammonia

·        Recording observations

·        Writing of chemical equations

·        Explaining the physical properties of ammonia

·        Ammonia chloride

·        Calcium hydroxide

·        Quick lime

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Gas jar

·        Lime water

·        Wire gauze

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 137-138

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 69

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  212

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  147

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 103

   
  3-4 Nitrogen and its compounds Chemical properties of ammonia By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the chemical properties of ammonia

·        Demonstrations on oxidation of ammonia by Copper (IV) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Listing chemical properties of ammonia

·        Copper (II) oxide

·        Ammonia gas

·        Blue Cobalt (II) chloride

·        Anhydrous Copper (II) Sulphate

·        Combustion tube

·        Stand and clamp

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 138-142

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 69-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  215

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  150

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 107-108

   
  5 Nitrogen and its compounds Uses of ammonia By the end of the lesson, the learner should be

(i)                Able to state uses of ammonia

·        Discussion on uses of ammonia

·        Listing uses of ammonia

·        Chart showing the uses of ammonia ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 144-146

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  226

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  161

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 113

   
11 1-2 Nitrogen and its compounds Properties of ammonia gas and aqueous ammonia By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the differences in chemical reactions of ammonia gas and its aqueous solutions

·        Carrying out experiments on reactions of aqueous ammonia with cation

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on reactions of ammonia gas and its aqueous solutions

·        Solutions having Ca2+, Fe2+,Cu2+, Pb2+, Al3+, Zn2+

·        Aqueous ammonia

·        Distilled water

·        Water bottle

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 142-143

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 69-71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  214

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  153-159

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 111

   
  3-4 Nitrogen and its compounds Industrial manufacture of ammonia (harber process) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the industrial manufacture of ammonia

·        Discussion on the industrial manufacture of ammonia

·        Drawing the flow diagram of the harber process

·        Chart showing steps involved in the harber process ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 143-144

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  225

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  159

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 111

   
   

5

 

Nitrogen and its compounds

 

Fertilizers

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

9i) calculate the percentage of nitrogen in nitrogen containing fertilizers

 

·        Discussion on fertilizers

·        Calculations involving the percentage of nitrogen in the fertilizers

 

·        Chart showing different nitrogen containing fertilizers

·        Samples of ammonium phosphate fertilizers

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 145-146

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  227

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  161

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 114

   
12 1-2 Nitrogen and its compound Nitric (v) acid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparation of nitric (v) acid

·        Demonstration on the preparation of nitric (v) acid

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion of nitric (V) acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Concentrated Sulphuric acid

·        Potassium nitrate

·        Clamp and stand

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Conical flask

·        Spatula

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 147-148

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 71

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  231

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  162

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 118

   
  3-4 Nitrogen and its compound Physical and chemical properties of Nitric (V) acid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the reactions of both dilute and Concentrated nitric (V) acid

·        Carrying out experiments on reactions of nitric acid

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on reactions of nitric acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Concentrated and dilute nitric (V) acid

·        Wooden splint

·        Copper turnings

·        Zinc granules

·        Sulphure powder

·        Bar iron

·        Nitrate solution

·        Iron (Vi) sulphate

·        Dilute sulphuric acid

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 148-150

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 71-72

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  235

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  165

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 119

   
 

 

5 Nitrogen and its compounds Industrial manufacture of nitric (V) acid and its uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the industrial manufacture of nitric (V) acid

(ii)              State the uses of nitric (V) acid

·        Explaining the manufacture of nitric (V) acid

·        Discussion on the uses of nitric (V) acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing the flow diagram for nitric (V) acid manufacture ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 148-151

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  234

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  164

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 119

   
13 1-2 Nitrogen and its compound Effects of heat on nitrates By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify the product formed when different nitrates are heated

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the products formed when nitrates are heated

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Solid sodium nitrate

·        Potassium nitrate

·        Copper (II) nitrate

·        Lead (II) nitrate

·        Silver nitrate

·        5 test tubes

·        Test tube rack

·        Bunsen burner

·        Wooden splint

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 152

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 72

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  241

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  171

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 123

   
  3 Nitrogen and its compound Test for nitrates By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the test for nitrates

·        Carrying out experiment to test for nitrates

·        Discussion based on observations of experiment

·        Any nitrate

·        Iron (II) sulphate solution

·        Test tubes

·        Sulphuric acid (concentrated)

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 153

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 72-73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  243

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  172

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 124

   
  4-5 Nitrogen and its compounds Environmental pollution by nitrogen compounds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effects of pollution by nitrogen compound in the environment

·        Discussion on environmental pollution by nitrogen compounds

·        Drawing a flow diagram on environmental pollution by nitrogen compounds

·        Samples of nitric (V) acid

·        Distilled water

·        Article and photographs from scientific journals and magazines

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 154-155

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 72-73

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  244

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  174

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 125

 

   
REVISION AND EXAMINATIONS  
 

 

 

 

 
 

CHEMISTRY FORM 3 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 3

 
WEEK LESSON TOPIC

 

SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Sulphuric and its compounds Occurrence and extraction of sulphur By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to describe the occurrence and extraction of sulphur ·        Identifying the position of sulphur in the periodic table ·        The periodic table

·        A chart showing the diagram of the Frisch process

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 160-161

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 80-82

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  249

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page  153-159

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 128

   
  3-4 Sulphur and its compounds Allotropes of sulphur By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the allotropes of sulphur

·        Demonstration of experiment on preparation of rhombic sulphur

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on rhombic sulphur

·        Drawing rhombic sulphur

·        Powdered sulphur

·        Carbon disulphide

·        Filter paper

·        200cm2 beaker

·        Watch glass

·        Spatula

·        Hand-lens

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 161-162

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 82-83

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  250

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 129

   
  5 Sulphur and its compounds Allotropes of sulphur By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the allotropes of sulphur

·        Demonstration on the process of preparation of monochromic sulphur

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on monochromic sulphur

·        Drawing monochromic sulphur

·        Powdered sulphur

·        Methylbenzene

·        Large beaker

·        Small beaker

·        Spatula

·        Thermometer

·        Glass rod

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 162-165

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 82-83

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  250

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 130-131

   
2 1-2 Sulphur and its compounds Physical and its chemical properties of sulphur By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the physical and chemical properties of sulphur

 

 

·        Carrying out experiments on reactions of Sulphur

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on properties of sulphur

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Roll of sulphur

·        Oxygen gas

·        Distilled water

·        Red and blue litmus

·        Iron fillings

·        Stand and clamp

·        Test tube

·        Bunsen burner

·        Concentrated sulphuric and nitric acids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 166-169

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 84-85

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  256

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 131

   
  3 Sulphur and its compounds Uses of sulphur By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of sulphur

·        Discussion based on the uses of sulphur

·        Listing uses of sulphur

·        Safety matches

·        Sodium thicsulphate

·        Sulphuric acid

·        Vulcanized rubber

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 169-171

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 85

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  258

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 132

   
  4-5 Sulphur and its compounds Preparation and properties of Sulphur (iv) oxide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparation and properties of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Demonstration on the preparation of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on properties of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Sodium sulphate

·        Dilute Sulphuricacid

·        Concentrated sulphuric acid

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Thistle funnel

·        Conical flask

·        Bunsen burner

·        Flower petals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 171-175

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 86-90

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  259

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 132

   
3 1-2 Sulphur and its compounds Properties of Sulphur (iv) oxide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the oxidizing action of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the oxidizing action of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on properties of sulphur (iv) oxide and sulphur (vi) oxide

·        Writing chemical equations

·        Sulphur (iv) oxide gas

·        Iron (II) sulphide

·        Dilute hydrochloric acid

·        Thistle funnel

·        Stand and clamp

·        Spatula

·        Conical flask

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Source of heat

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 176-178

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 86-90

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  262

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 124-137

   
  3 Sulphur and its compounds Uses of sulphur (iv) oxide gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of Sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Discussion on uses of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Listing the uses of sulphur (iv) oxide

·        Calcium hydrogen sulphide

·        Sodium hydrogen sulphite

·        Wool

·        sponges

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 179-180

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 90

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  270

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 139

   
  4-5 Sulphur and its compounds Test for sulphate and sulphite ions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out tests to distinguish between sulphites (SO32-), and Sulphite (SO42-) ions

·        Carrying out experiments to test SO32- and SO42-

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on test for the ions based on observations

·        Write relevant chemical equations

·        Baron chloride

·        Lead (II) nitrate

·        Sodium sulphate

·        Dilute nitric acid

·        Filter paper soaked in acidified potassium dichloride (VI)

·        Distilled water

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube racks

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 178-179

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 91

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  268

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 139

   
4 1-2 Sulphur and its compounds Manufacture of sulphuric (iv) acid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the preparation and manufacture of Sulphuric (iv) acid

·        Discussion on the manufacture of Sulphuric (vi) acid

·        Drawing the flow diagram of the contact process

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing the flow diagram of the contact process of Sulphuric (Vi) acid ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 180-182

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 92

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  274

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 140

   
  3 Sulphur and its compounds Uses of Sulphric (VI) acid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Discussion on uses of Sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Listing uses of Sulphuric (VI) acid

·

·        Chart showing uses of Sulphuric (VI) acid ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 182

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 92

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  288

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 142

   
  4-5 Sulphur and its compounds Properties of concentrated Sulphuric (VI) acid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the reactions of dilute and concentrated Sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Demonstration on the reactions of concentrated Sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on reactions of concentrated Sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Concentrated and dilute sulphuric acids

·        Copper turnings

·        Dichromate (VI) carbon

·        Lime water

·        Sulphur

·        Iron fillings

·        Sodium carbonate

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube racks

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 183-186

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 92-94

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  279

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 145-146

   
5 1-2 Sulphur and its compounds Properties of dilute sulphuricacid By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe reactions of dilute sulphuric (VI) acid

(ii)              Distinguish between the reactions of dilute and concentrated sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Carrying out experiments on reactions of dilute sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on dilute sulphuric acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Comparing reactions of dilute acid and concentrated acids

·        Iron filings

·        Dilute sulphuricacid

·        Sodium carbonate

·        2m sodium hydroxide

·        2M potassium hydroxide

·        Magnesium oxide

·        Test tube

·        Test tube racks

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 186-188

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 82-83

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  285

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 145-146

   
  3-4 Sulphur and its compounds Hydrogen sulphide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparation of hydrogen sulphide

(ii)              State the physical properties of hydrogen Sulphide

·        Demonstration on preparation of hydrogen Sulphide

·        Discussion on physical properties of hydrogen sulphide

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Charts showing physical properties of Sulphide

·        Iron (II) Sulphide

·        Dilute hydrochloric acid

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Filter paper

·        Conical flask

·        Thistle funnel

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 189-191

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 95

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  289

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 147-149

   
  5 Sulphur and its compounds Chemical properties of hydrogen Sulphide By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the chemical properties of hydrogen sulphide

·        Explaining the chemical properties of hydrogen sulphide

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing chemical properties of hydrogen Sulphide ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 191-192

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 95

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  291

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 148

   
6 1 Sulphur and its compounds Pollution by Sulphur containing compounds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the environments pollution caused by sulphur containing compounds

·        Discussion on pollution caused by sulphur containing compounds

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing the list of sulphur pollutants

·        Calcium carbonate

·        Dilute sulphuric acids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 192

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 92-96

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  293

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 149

   
  2-3 Chlorine and its compound Preparation of chlorine gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the laboratory preparation of chlorine gas

·        Demonstration on the preparation of chlorine gas

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on preparation of Chlorine

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Manganese (IV) Oxide

·        Concentrated sulphuric acid

·        Concentrated hydrochloric acid

·        Bunsen burner

·        Delivery tubes

·        Gas jar

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 109-201

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 106-109

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  298

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 133

   
  4-5 Chlorine and its compounds Reaction of chlorine with

·        Hydrogen

·        Metals

·        Non-metals

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the preparations of chlorine

·        Demonstration on reactions of chlorine with hydrogen, metals and non-metals

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on reactions of chlorine

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·     Zinc granules

·     Dilute hydrochloric acid

·     Aluminum metal

·     Magnesium metal

·     Iron

·     Phosphorous

·     Source of chlorine

·     Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 201-204

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 106-109

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  301

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 154

   
7 1 Chlorine and its compounds Reaction of chlorine with

·        Sulphates

·        hydrocarbons

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                state and explain the properties of chlorine

·        demonstrate on the reactions of chlorine with sulphides and hydrocarbons

·        recording observations

·        discussion on reactions of chlorine

·        writing relevant chemical equations

·        concentrated ammonia solutions containing sulphates

·        boiling tube

·        stand and clamp

·        delivery tube

·        spatula

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 204-207

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 109-110

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  301

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 154

   
  2-3 Chlorine and its compounds Reaction of chlorine with water, alkalis, bromine, chlorine and iodine By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the properties of chlorine

·        Demonstrations on the reactions of chlorine with water, alkalis and chlorine

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on reactions of chlorine

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Sodium hydroxide

·        Potassium bromide

·        Potassium iodine

·        Distilled water

·        Source of chlorine

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Beaker

·        Wooden splint

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 207-212

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 111-113

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  310

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 154-158

   
  4-5 Chlorine and its compounds Uses of chlorine By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the uses of chlorine

·        Discussion on uses of chlorine

·        Listing the uses of chlorine

·        Chart showing the uses of chlorine

·        PVC pipes

·        Chloroform

·        Hydrogen chloride

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 213-214

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 116-117

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  320

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 160

   
8 1-2 Chlorine and its compounds Preparation of hydrogen chlorine gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the laboratory preparation of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Demonstration on the preparation of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Recoding observations

·        Discussion on the preparation of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Concentrated Sulphuric (IV) acid

·        Sodium chloride

·        Round-bottomed flask

·        Source of heat

·        Gas jar with cover

·        Thistle funnel

·        Delivery tubes

·        Stand and clamp

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 216-217

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 114

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  323

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 161

   
  3 Chlorine and its compounds Physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Explaining the physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas ·        Chart showing physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 217

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 114-116

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  325

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 162

   
  4-5 Chlorine and its compounds Physical properties of hydrogen Chloride gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Demonstration on the reactions of hydrogen chloride with ammonia gas, ammonia and silver nitrate

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on reactions of hydrogen chloride

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Hydrogen chloride gas

·        Dilute nitric acid

·        Silver nitrate

·        Beaker

·        Gas jar with covers

·        Ammonia

·        2 gas jars

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 217-218

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 114-115

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  325

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 162-163

   
9 1-2 Chlorine and its compounds Effects of solvent into properties of hydrogen chloride gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to explain the effects of a solvent on the properties of hydrogen chloride gas ·        Demonstration on the properties of hydrogen chloride

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on properties of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Hydrogen chloride gas

·        Distilled water

·        Methylbenzene

·        Zinc granules

·        Magnesium metal

·        Iron metal

·        Sodium hydroxide

·        Red and blue litmus paper

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 219

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 115-116

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  328

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 165-166

   
  3 Chlorine and its compounds Uses of hydrogen chloride gas By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State uses of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Discussion on uses of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Listing uses of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Chart showing the uses of hydrogen chloride gas

·        Sodium chloride

·        Hydrochloric acid

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 220

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 115-116

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  331

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 166-167

   
  4-5 Chlorine and its compounds Industrial manufacture of hydrochloric acid and its uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the industrial manufacture of hydrochloric acid

(ii)              State the uses of hydrochloric acid

·        Drawing a flow chart to explain the manufacture of hydrochloric acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equation

·        Listing the uses of hydrochloric acid

·        Chart showing the steps involved in manufacture of hydrochloric acid

·        Hydrochloric acid

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 220-221

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 116

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  332

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 168

   
10 1-2 Chlorine and its compounds Environmental pollution by chlorine containing compounds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the environmental pollution caused by chlorine and chlorine containing compounds

·        Explaining the effects of the accumulation of CFCs in the atmosphere ·        Samples of aerosols such as indectricides and perfumes

·        Articles and photographs from scientific journals

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 220-221

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 116

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  332

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 168

   
  2-3 Chlorine and its compounds Chlorine and its compounds Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Answer all revision questions given

·        Supervised practice

·        Discussing corrections to questions

·        Sample test papers

·        Revision exercise

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 3 pages 221-221

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 3 pages 116-117

·        Longhorn secondary chemistry book 2 pages  339

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Secondary chemistry form 3 Patel page 169

   
 

REVISION AND EXAMINATIONS

 
 

 

 

 
CHEMISTRY FORM 4 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 1  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS  
1 1-2 Acids, bases and salts Acid and bases By the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to

(i)                Define acids and bases

·        Defining acids and bases

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Acids- HCL, HNO3 and H2SO4

·        Bases – NaOH, Ca(OH) and KOH

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 1-3

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 1-4

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 3

   
  3 Acids, base and salts Strengths of acids and bases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the differences between aqueous solutions of weak and strong acids based on the degree to which these dissociate into ions

·        Demonstration on the reactions of HCL (aq) and CH2COOH (aq) with marble chips

·        Recording of observations

·        Discussion on strengths of acid

·        Writing relevant chemical equation

·        2M HCL

·        2m CH3COOH marble chips

·        Test tube holder

·        Forceps

·        Test tube

·        Chart showing strengths of acids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages4-5

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 3-4

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 1

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 3

   
  4-5 Acids, bases and salts Strengths of acids and bases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the difference between a gaseous solutions of weak and strong acids and bases based on the degree with which they dissociate into ions

·        Demonstration of experiment comparing electrical conductivity of dilute acid and bases

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on strengths of acids and bases

·        Write relevant chemical equations

·        2M HCL

·        2m CH3COOH

·        2m NH3(aq)

·        Carbon electrodes

·        250 cm3 beaker

·        1 torch, 2 dry cells, connecting wires,

·        Measuring cylinders

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages5-6

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 3-4

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 1

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 3

   
2 1 Acids, bases and salts Strength of acids and bases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the difference between aqueous solutions of weak and strong bases based on degree with which they dissociate into ion

·        Discussion on strengths of bases

·        Writing relevant chemical equation

·        NAOH

·        NH3(Aq)

·        CA(OH)2

·        KOH

·        Chart showing strengths of bases

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages6-6

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 3-4

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 1

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 3

   
  2 Acids, bases and salts Strengths of acids and bases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect on H+(aq) and OH on indicators

·        Carrying out experiments comparing acidity and bacity of acids and bases of different concentrations

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion of strength of acid and bases

·        Writing relevant equations

·        HCL, CH2COOH, NaOH, NH3(aq)

·        Universal indicator

·        PH chart

·        Test tube racks and test tubes

·        Droppers

·        Beakers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages7-10

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 3-4

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 1

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 3

   
  3 Acids, bases and salts Characteristics of amphoteric, oxides and hydroxides By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write formulae and ionic equations for specified acids base and precipitation reaction

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate amphoteric metal hydroxides

·        Recording of observations

·        Discussion on characteristic of amphoteric oxides and hydroxides

·        Zinc PbNo3

·        AlCl3, Cacl2

·        MgSO4 2mNH3(aq)

·        Test tube rack

·        Distilled water

·        Wash bottle

·        Test tubes

·        2 droppers

·        2 small beakers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages11-12

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 4-5

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 12

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 9

   
  4-5 Acids, bases and salts Characteristics of amphoteric oxides and hydroxides By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write formulae and ionic equations for specified acid-base and precipitation reactions

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate which metal oxides are amphoteric

·        Recording observation

·        Discussion on characteristic of amphoteric oxides and hydroxides

·        MgO, Al2O3, Fe2O3,PbO, CuO, 2m HNO3, 2m HNO3, 2m NaoH, 2m NH3(aq)

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube racks

·        Small beakers

·        Heat source

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages12-14

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 4-5

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 12

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 9

   
3 1 Acids, bases and salts Effects of solvent By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect of solvent in acid-base characters

·        Demonstration of experiment to investigate the reaction of dry and aqueous hydrogen chloride gas with magnesium, litmus paper and marble chips

·        Recording observations

·        Writing of relevant chemical equations

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Marble chips

·        Distilled water

·        Dry blue litmus paper

·        3 dry gas jar forceps, wash bottles

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages14-15

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 5-6

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 9

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 13

   
  2 Acids, bases and salts Effects of solvent By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect of solvents in acid-base character

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate properties of methylbenzene

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions of effects of solvents

·        Writing of relevant chemical equations

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        Marble chips

·        Blue and red litmus papers

·        Solution of HCL (aq) in methylbenzene

·        Four 100cm3 beakers

·        forceps

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages15-16

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 5-6

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 9

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 13

   
  3 Acid, bases and salts salts By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define salts

(ii)              Test for the presence of specified cations and anions

·        Defining salts

·        Discussion on salts as ionic compounds

·        Writing of relevant chemical equations

·        NAcl, Mgcl2, CaCo3& CaSO4solution containing cations

·        Test tubes, test tube racks, holders, distilled water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages16-17

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 6-7

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 14

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 14

   
  4-5 Acids, bases and salts Precipitation reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify precipitates and complex ions produced by specified cations-anion reactions

·        Demonstration of experiments on precipitation reaction involving acids

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        H2SO4 (aq)

·        Ag, NO3(aq), Ba(NO3)

·        Test tube

·        Test tube rack

·        Spatula

·        100cm3 beakers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages17-18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 12-13

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 14

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 14

   
4 1 Acids, bases and salts Precipitation reactions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify precipitation and complex ions produced by specified cation-anion reactions

·        Demonstration of experiments on precipitation reactions involving salts

·        Recording observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

 

·        Pb (NO3)2, Na2SO4,BaCl2

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube rack

·        spatula

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 18

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 7-8

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 14

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 14

   
  2 Acids, bases and salts Reactions of cation in aqueous solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify precipitates and complex ions produced by cation-anion reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to show the reaction of actions with aqueous sodium hydroxide

·        Recording observations

·        Diffusion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equation

·        Aqueous solutions containing Ca2+, Mg2+, Pb2+,Fe2+, Fe3+, Ba2+, 2n2+, Al3+ and Cu2+, ions

·        Test tubes and test tube racks,

·        Spatula

·        Beaker

·        2m NaOH

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 19

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 7-8

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 18-19

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 17

   
  3 Acids, bases and salts reactions of cations in aqueous solutions By the end of the lessons, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify precipitates and complex ions produced by cation-anion reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to show the reaction of cations with aqueous ammonia

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observation

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Aqueous solutions containing Ca2+,Mg2+Fe2+,Fe3+, Ba2+,Zn2+, Al3+, Cu2+ ions

·        2m NH3(aq)

·        Test tubes

·        Small beakers

·        Spatula

·        Dropper

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 20

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 7-8

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 18-19

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 17

   
  4-5 Acids, bases and salts Reaction of cation in aqueous solutions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify precipitates and complex ions produced by cation-anion reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to show reactions of actions ·        Aqueous solutions containing Ca2+,Mg2+Fe2+,Fe3+, Ba2+,Zn2+, Al3+, Cu2+ ions

·        Na2CO3 (aq)

·        HCL(aq), H2SO4

·        Test tubes

·        beakers

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 21-22

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 7-8

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 18-19

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 17

   
5 1 Acids, bases and salts Solubility, solubility curves By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the use of solubilites curves in salt extraction

·        Carrying out experiments to show the relationship between solubility of various salts and temperatures

·        Recording observations

·        Drawing solubility curves

·        NaCl, KcLO3, KNO3, CaSO4, distilled water

·        Measuring cylinder

·        100 cm3 beakers

·        Glass rod,

·        Thermometer

·        Test tube

·        Source of heat

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 24-26

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 9

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 20-23

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 20

   
  2 Acids, bases and salts Extraction of salts  

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State various methods of salt extraction

 

·        Discussion on various methods of extraction of salts

 

·        Chart on the process of extraction

·        Photographs from brochure of salt extraction plants

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 26-29

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 10

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 24

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  3 Acid, bases and salts Water harchess By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the types of causes of hardness of water

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate hardness of water

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical reaction equation

·        2Ml, CaCl2, Ca(HCO3)2, CaSO4, MgSO3

·        Bar soap

·        Distilled water

·        Tap water

·        Sea water

·        Test tubes

·        Dropper

·        Beaker

·        spatula

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 30-31

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 10

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 25-26

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 24

   
  4-5 Acids, bases and salts Water hardness By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the effects of boiling on hardness of water

(ii)              Explain the methods of removal of water hardness

·        Carrying out experiments to show the effects of boiling on hardness of water

·        Recoding observation and other methods of removing hardness of water

·        Writing relevant chemical equation

·             Solution of Ca(HCO3)2

·             Mg(HCO3)2, CaSO4, MGSO4,Ca(OH)2NH3(aq)

·             Distilled water

·             Tap water

·             Sea water

·             Soap solution

·             Beaker’s

·             Test tubes & droppers

 

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 31-35

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 10

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 25-26

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 24

   
 

6

 

1

 

Energy changes in reactions

 

Introduction exothermic reactions

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define endothermic reactions using H rotation

 

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate exothermic reactions

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

 

·        KNO3, NaCL

·        Dilute water

·        Spatula

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube rack

·        Concentrated H2SO4

·        Distilled water

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube rack

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 41-43

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 23-24

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 32-35

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 40

   
  2 Energy changes in reactions Endothermic reactions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define endothermic reactions using H rotation

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate endothermic reactions

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        KNO3, Nacl

·        Distilled water

·        Spatula

·        Test tube

·        Test tube rack

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 44-45

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 23-24

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 32-35

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 40

   
  3 Energy changes in reactions Energy level diagrams By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Draw energy level diagrams for exothermic reactions

·        Discussions energy level diagram

·        Drawing the energy level diagrams

·        Graph papers pencil, rules

·        Charts on energy level diagram for exothermic reactions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 44

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 23,30

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 33-34

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 41

   
  4-5 Energy changes in reactions Energy level diagrams

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Draw energy level diagrams for endothermic reactions

·        Discussion on energy level diagrams for endothermic reactions

·        Drawing the energy level diagrams for endothermic reactions

·        Graph, papers, pencils, rulers

·        Charts on energy level diagrams for endothermic reactions

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 45

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 23,30

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 33-34

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 41

   
7 1-2 Energy changes in reactions Latent-heat By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain fusion and vaporization as evidence of inter-particle forces

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate latent heat of fusion and vaporization

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on latent-heat of vaporization

·        Ice

·        Beakers

·        Graph paper

·        Source of heat

·        Thermometers

·        Distilled water

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 45-46

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 37

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 42

   
  3 Energy changes in reactions Comparison between heat and fusion and heat of vaporization By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain that energy changes in chemical reactions are due to bond formation and bond breakage

·        Discussion in heat of fusion and heat of vaporization

 

 

·        Chart showing comparison between latent heat of fusion and of vaporization ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 46

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 37-38

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 44

   
  4-5 Energy changes in reaction Enthalpy By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define and explain the various types of heat changes

·        Discussion on enthalpy

·        Drawing of energy level diagrams

·        Chart on energy level diagram ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 47-50

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25-27

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 41

   
8 1-2 Energy changes in reaction Quantitative determination of enthalpies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out experiments to determine enthalpy change of reactions

·        Demonstration on experiment to investigate enthalpy change of ammonium nitrate solution

·        Recording of observations

·        Calculating enthalpy of solutions

·        Drawing the one lever diagram

·        Distilled water

·        NH4NO3

·        Thermometer (-100c-1100c)

·        Fixed cork

·        250 cm3 plastic bottle

·        100cm3

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Weighing balance

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 50-51

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25-28

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
  3 Energy changes in reaction Quantitative determination of enthalpies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out experiments to determine enthalpy changes in reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to show enthalpy change of sodium hydroxide solution

·        Recording observations

·        Calculating enthalpy of solutions

·        Drawing the energy level diagram

·        NAOH

·        Distilled water

·        Thermometer

·        -100c-1100C

·        Plastic bottle

·        50cm3 measuring cylinder

·        Weighing balance

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 50-51

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25-28

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
  4-5 Energy changes in reaction Quantitative determination of enthalpies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out experiments to determine enthalpy change of reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate enthalpy change of the dissolution of concentrated H2SO4

·        Recording observations calculating enthalpy change involved

·        drawing of energy level diagram

·        concentrated sulphuric acid

·        distilled water 250cm3

·        plastic bottle

·        test tube

·        5cm3 and 50 cm3

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Thermometer (-100c-1100c)

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 50-51

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 25-28

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
9 1-2 Energy changes in reaction Quantitative determination of enthalpies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine enthalpies of combustion of methanol

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate combustion of methanol

·        Recording observations

·        Calculating enthalpies of combustion

·        Drawing of energy level diagram

·        Methanol

·        Distilled water

·        Methanol burner with a lid

·        Thermometer

·        Calorimeter

·        Burette

·        Standard clamp

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 53-55

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 27-28

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
  3 Energy changes in reactions Quantitative determination of enthalpies By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the enthalpy of displacement in the reaction between zinc metal and copper (II) sulphate solution

·        Carrying out experiments to show displacement of CU2+ by Zinc metal

·        Calculating enthalpy of displacement of energy level diagrams

·        Zinc powder 0.2m Copper (II) sulphate solution

·        100cm3 plastic beaker

·        Thermometer

·        Plastic beaker

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Weighing balance

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 56-58

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 28

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 40

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
  4-5 Energy changes in reaction Thermo chemical equations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write correct simple thermo chemical equations

·        Discussions on simple thermo chemical equations

·        Writing thermo chemical equations

·        Charts showing simple thermo chemical equations ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 62-63

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 30

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 41-42

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
10 1 Energy changes in reaction Enthalpy of neutralization By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Determine the enthalpy of neutralization of sodium hydroxide and ethanoic acid

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate neutralizations

·        Recording observations

·        Drawing graphs

·        Calculating heat of neutralization

·        Thermometer

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube rack

·        NaOH, HCL

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 59-62

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 29-30

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 51

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 45

   
  2-3 Energy changes in reactions Hess’ law and related calculations

Relationship between heat solution, hydration and latine energy

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State Hess’ law and carry out related calculations

·        Discussion on Hess’ law

·        Drawing of energy level diagrams

·        Calculation sums on Hess’ law

·        Discussion on relationship between heat of solutions, hydration and lattice energy

·        Chart showing energy and diagram

·        Graph papers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 64-69

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 30-31

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 56-64

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 73

   
  4-5 Energy changes in reaction Common fields By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the factors that influence the choice of fuels

(ii)              Explain the effects of fuels on the environment

·        Listing examples of common fuels

·        Stating disadvantages and advantages of common fuels

·        Explaining effects of fuels on the environment

·        Chart showing diagrams of common fuels

·        Pictures of common fuels

·        Chart showing heat values for common fuels

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 70-74

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 31-32

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 64

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 88

   
11 1 Reaction rules and reversible reactions Introduction reaction rates By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define rate of reaction

·        Defining rate of reaction

·        Discussion on rates of reaction

·        Listing factors that affect the rates of reaction

·        Chart on factors that affect rates of reaction ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 79

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 44-45

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 73

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 104

   
  2 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Attraction energy By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the term actuation energy

·        Discussion on actuation energy

·        Drawing energy law diagrams

·        Chart showing energy level diagrams ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 79-80

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 44-46

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 91

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 109

   
  3 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Methods used to measure rate of reaction By the end of the lesson,the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe methods used to measure rates of reaction

·        Discussion on methods used to measure rate of reaction

·        Listing of methods used

·        Chart on methods used in measuring rates of reaction

·        Black board

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 81

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 46

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 73-74

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 110

   
  4-5 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Factors that affect the rate of reactions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect of concentration of reactions on the rate of reaction

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the effects of concentration on the rate of reaction

·        Recording observation

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Drawing curves

·        Calculating the rate of reaction

·        0.05 sodium thiosulphate

·        1m hydrochloric acid

·        Distilled water

·        White paper

·        Black/blue pen

·        Six 100ccm3 beakers

·        10 cm3and 30cm3 measuring cylinders

·        Stop watch/clock

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 81-83

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 46

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 73-82

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 111

 

   
12 1-2 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Factors that affect the rate of reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect of pressure and surface area on the rate of reactions

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the effects of pressure and surface area on the rate of reaction

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions on observations

·        Drawing graphs

·        Marble chips

·        M HCL

·        Mortar and pestle

·        Weighing balance

·        Two 250cm3conical flasks

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 84-85

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 46-47

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 78-84

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 111

   
  3 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Factors that affect the rate of reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effects of temperature on the rate of reaction

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Drawing of graphs

·        1M hydrochloric acid

·        Distilled water

·        0.05 M

·        Sodium thiosulphate

·        Conical flasks

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Stop watch

·        Thermometer

·        White paper

·        labels

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 85-86

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 47

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 73-84

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 111

   
  4-5 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Factors that affect the rate of reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the effect of catalysts and light on the rate of reaction

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate the effect of catalyst and light on the rate of reaction

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Drawing of graphs

·        2 volumes hydrogen peroxide

·        Manganese (IV) oxide

·        Conical flask

·        Burettes

·        Stop watch

·        Wash bottle

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 86-89

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 48-49

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 111

   
13 1-2 Reaction rates Equilibrium By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain chemical equilibrium as a state of balance

·        Discussion on reversible reactions

·        Drawing of graph of forward and backward reaction

·        Representing reversible reactions in the for of

·        Charts on graphs of forward and backward reactions

·        Copper (ii) sulphate

·        Stand and clamp

·        Spatula

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 91-93

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 49

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 91

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 164

   
  2 Reaction rates and revisable reactions Equilibrium By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain chemical equilibrium as a state of balance

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate acid-alkali equilibrium and chromate dichromate equilibrium

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        1M sodium hydroxide

·        1 M hydrochloric acid

·        0.2 M potassium chromate (VI) solution

·        250 cm3 beaker

·        Measuring cylinder

·        2 droppers

·        Phenolphthalein indicator

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 93-95

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 49-50

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 94

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 153

 

   
  5 Reaction rates and reversible reactions Factors that affect equilibrium By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the factors that affect the position of equilibrium

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate effects of pressure and temperature on equilibrium

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Nitrogen (iV) oxide

·        Ice cold water

·        3 test tubes

·        Bunsen burner

·        Tripod stand

·        Wire gauze

·        Beaker

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 95-97

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 50-51

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 95

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 155

   
 

 

 

 

 
CHEMISTRY FORM 4 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 2  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES    
1 1-2 Election chemistry Introduction Redox reactions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain redox reactions in terms of gain and less of electrons

·        Carry out experiments on redox reactions

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Writing redox equations

·        20 volume hydrogen peroxide

·        Iron (II) sulphate crystals

·        Distilled water

·        2M sulphate acid

·        Measuring beakers

·        Spatula

·        Glass rod

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 104-105

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 64-65

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 108

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 172

 

   
  3 Electro- chemistry Redox reactions (oxidation numbers) By the end of the reaction the should be able to

(i)                Identify changes in oxidation number during redox reactions

·        Discussions on oxidation numbers

·        Listing rules used when assigning oxidation numbers

·        Writing redox equations

·        Chart on oxidation numbers of different elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 104-105

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 64-65

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 108

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 172

   
  4-5 Electro-chemistry Redox reactions (oxidation numbers) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify changes in oxidation numbers during redox reactions

·        Calculating the oxidation numbers of different elements

·        Writing redox reactions

·        Table showing oxidation numbers of elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 107-108

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 65

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 108

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 172

   
2 1-2 Electro-chemistry Redox reaction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write balanced redox reactions

·        Carry out experiments on redox reactions

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing and balancing redox reactions

·        Potassium manganate (VII) sodium

·        Iron (II) sulphate

·        2M Sulphiric acid

·        2M sodium hydroxide

·        Potassium dichromate (VI) solution

·        Measuring cylinder

·        droppers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 108-109

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 65

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 108

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 172

 

   
  3-4 Electro-chemistry Displacement reactions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Compare the oxidating and reduction powers of ions from displacement reactions

·        Carry out experiments to investigate reactions involving metals

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Identifying the reducing and oxidizing reagents

·        1M Copper (II) sulphate solution

·        Zinc powder

·        Copper powder

·        Iron powder

·        1M zinc sulphate solutions

·        50cm3 beaker

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Spatula

·        Glass rod

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 110-112

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 65-66

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 116

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 184

   
  5 Electro-chemistry Electrochemical cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain an electrochemical cell in terms of election transfer process

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate an electrochemical cell in terms of transfer process

·        Discussion on electrochemical cells

·        Drawing of electrochemical cell

·        Chart on electrochemical cells

·        Two beakers voltmeter

·        Electrodes

·        Connecting wire

·        Ammeter

·        KNO3

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 113-114

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 123

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 194

   
3 1-2 Electro-chemistry Electrochemical cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain electrochemical cells in terms of electron transfer process

·        Carry out experiments to investigate electron transfer reactions

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing redox reactions involved

·        1M copper (II) sulphate solution

·        1M potassium nitrate solution

·        Copper and zinc straps

·        Ammeter

·        Voltmeter

·        Beakers

·        switchers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 114-116

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 123

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 194

   
  3-4 Electro-chemistry Cell diagrams and notation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Draw cell diagrams and white cell notation

·        Carry out experiments to measure e.m.f of an electrochemical

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observation

·        Drawing the cell diagrams

·        Writing cell notation

·        Copper strip

·        Zinc strip lead strip

·        Magnesium ribbon

·        1M zinc sulphate solution

·        1M lead (II) nitrate

·        Switch

·        voltmeter

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 116-119

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 127-129

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 202

   
  5 Electro-chemistry Construction and working of electrochemical cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the construction and working of an electro chemical cell such as Zinc-copper cell

·        Demonstration of experiment of construct and work an electrochemical cell

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Writing cell notation

·        Copper strip

·        Zinc strip

·        1M copper sulphate solution

·        1 M zinc sulphate solution

·        1M potassium nitrate

·        Two 250 cm3 beakers

·        Switches

·        voltmeters

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 116-118

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 123

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 194

   
4 1-2 Electro-chemistry Working and electrochemical cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the working of electrochemical cells

·        Drawings of Zinc- Copper cell

·        Identifying the anode and cathode

·        Discussion on the working of electro-chemical cells

·        Zinc strip

·        Copper strip

·        Sulphate solution

·        1M zinc Sulphate solution

·        1M potassium nitrate

·        Connecting wires

·        Bulb holders

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 116

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page 123

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 194

   
  3 Electro-chemistry Electromotive force of a cell (e.m.f) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Calculate the electromotive force (e.m.f) of a cell, given the electrode potentials

·        Discussion based on the electromotive cell

·        Calculating the e.m.f of the cell

·        Chart on electrochemical cell

·        An electrochemical cell

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 114-225

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 67

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 3 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 203

   
  4-5 Electro-chemistry Standard electrode potential By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Calculate the electrometer force (e.m.f) of a cell given the standard electrode potentials

·        Carrying out experiments to measure electrode potentials

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based in observations

·        Calculation of e.m.f of a cell

·        Zinc strip

·        Copper strip

·        1M copper (II) sulphate solution

·        1M hydrochloric acid

·        1 M zinc sulphate

·        Potassium nitrate solution

·        Beakers

·        Voltmeter

·        Hydrogen electrode

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 120-123

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 68-69

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 129

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 206

 

   
5 1-2 Electro-chemistry electrolysis By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Define electrolysis

(ii)              Explain the role of water in electrolysis

·        Defining the terms electrolysis

·        Carrying out an experiment to investigate electrolysis of dilute sulphuric (VI) acid

·        Explaining the role of water in electrolysis

·        Concentrated H2SO4

·        Distilled water

·        2 ignition tubes

·        Clamp and stand

·        6V dc battery

·        Voltmeter

·        Improvised voltmeter

·        Wooden splint

·        Connecting wires

·        Crocodile chips

·        Carbon rods

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 125-127

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 69-70

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 141

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 218

   
  3-4 Electro-chemistry Factors affecting preferential discharge of ions By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the factors that affect the preferential discharge of ions during electrolysis

·        Carry out experiments to investigate ionic

·        Concentrated of the electrolyte

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Listing the factors that affect discharge of ions

·        Sodium chloride

·        Distilled water

·        Magnesium sulphate solution

·        Battery improvised voltmeter

·        Weighing balance

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Wooden splints

·        Blue litmus paper

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 127-132

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 70-71

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 153

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 218

 

   
  5 Electro-chemistry Quantitative analysis of electrolysis By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Relate the quantity of electricity based to the amount of substances liberated at the electrolyses

·        Carrying out the experiment to investigate quantity of electricity used to deposit copper

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on the observations

·        Calculating the quantity of electricity used and mass deposited at electrodes

·        Two clean strips of copper

·        0.1M copper sulphate solution

·        Propanone

·        Ethanol

·        Rheostat

·        Ammeter

·        Stopwatch/clock

·        Crocodile clips

·        Switch

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 132-135

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 71

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 160

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 218

   
6 1-2 Electro-chemistry Application of electrolysis By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe some applications of electrolysis

·        Carrying out experiments to show electroplating

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based in observations

·        Listing applications of electrolysis

·        Nickel and copper strips

·        2M sodium hydroxide solution

·        Distilled water

·        Connecting wires

·        switches

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 135-139

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 72

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 155

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 243

   
  3 Metals Chief metal ores of sodium iron, aluminum zinc, lead and copper By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name the chart ores of some metals

·        Discussion on chief metal ores

·        Listing the chief metal ores

·        The periodic table ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 146

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94-95

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 168

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 260

   
  4-5 Metals Extraction of metals By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the general methods used in extraction of metals for their ores

·        Discussion on the extraction of metals

·        Drawing of the froth-flotation process

·        Chart on the froth-flotation process ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 146-149

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94-95

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 169

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 260

   
7 1-2 Metals Sodium occurrence, extraction properties and uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the methods for the extraction of sodium from its ores

(ii)              Explain the physical and chemical properties of sodium

(iii)             List uses of sodium

·        Describing the method of extracting sodium from its ores

·        Drawing the downs’ cell

·        Writing the anode from cathode reactions

·        Listings the uses of sodium

·        Charts showing downs’ cell diagram

·        Sodium metal

·        Litmus solutions

·        Test tube

·        A pair of tongs

·        Aluminum foil

·        Trough

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 149-152

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94-96

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 170-171

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 261

 

   
  3 metals Aluminum occurrence and extraction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe suitable methods for the extraction of aluminum from its ores

·        Explaining the occurrence of aluminum

·        Describing the suitable method of aluminum extraction

·        Writing the anode and cathode reactions

·        Chart showing the flow diagram for aluminum extraction ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 152-154

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 171-173

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 267

   
  4-5 Metals Properties and uses of aluminum By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the chemical and physical properties of aluminum and its uses

·        Demonstration of experiments to investigate reactions of aluminum

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing of relevant chemical equations

·        Aluminum foil

·        Dilute HCL

·        Dilute nitric acid

·        Dilute sulphuric acid

·        Concentrated nitric acid

·        Concentrated sulphuric acid

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube racks

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 155-158

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 96-97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 195

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 269-270

   
8 1-2 Metals Iron occurrence and extraction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the occurrence of iron

(ii)              Describe and explain the method of extraction of iron

·        Explaining the occurrence of iron

·        Discussion on the extraction of iron

·        Drawing of blast furnace

·        Writing the relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing blast furnace and chemical equations involved ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 158-160

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 173

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 277

 

   
  3-4 metals Properties and use of iron By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain physical and chemical properties of iron

(ii)              List uses of iron and its alloys

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate properties of iron

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Listing uses of iron and its alloys

·        Iron powder

·        Combustion tube

·        Test tube rack

·        Bunsen burner

·        Spatula

·        Dilute and concentrated hydrochloric acids

·        Dilute and concentrated sulphuric acids

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 160-164

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 196

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 282

 

   
  5 Metals Copper occurrence and extraction By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Explain the occurrence of copper

(ii)              Select and describe suitable method for extraction of copper

·        Explaining the occurrence of copper

·        Describing suitable methods of copper extraction from pyrates (CuFeS2

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Charts on blast finance for the extraction of copper ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 164-166

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 181

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 287

   
9 1-2 Metals Properties of copper and its uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain physical and chemical properties of copper and list its uses

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate reactions of copper

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Copper powder

·        Crucible

·        Pair of tongs

·        Spatula

·        Tripod stand

·        Source of heat

·        Dilute and concentrated acids (nitric acid, sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 166-168

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 97

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 197

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 289

 

   
  3-4 metals Zinc: occurrence of extraction, properties and uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain the occurrence, extraction properties and use of zinc

·        Describing the occurrence, extraction and physical properties of zinc

·        Carrying our experiment to investigate reaction of zinc with mineral acid

·        Explaining the chemical properties of zinc

·        Listing uses of zinc

·        Writing relevant equations

·        Aluminum sheet

·        Mineral acids

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube holder

·        Spatula

·        Rest tube holder

·        Small beaker

·        5 cm3 measuring cylinder

·        Test tube with arm

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 169-172

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94,98

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 175

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 273

 

   
  5 metals Pollution of the environment By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the effects of industrial production process of metal on the environment

·        Discussion on pollution of the environment by industrial production processes ·        Articles and photographs from scientific journals ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 176

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 96-98

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 197

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 292

 

   
10 1-2 Metals Lead: occurrence, extraction properties and uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to describe and explain the occurrence, extraction properties and uses of lead ·        Describing occurrence, extraction and physical properties of lead

·        Explaining the chemical properties of lead

·        Carrying out experiments to investigate reactions of lead with solute acids and chlorine

·        Recording observations

·        Discussions based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Dilute acids

·        Concentrated acids

·        Lead

·        Test tubes

·        Test tube holders

·        Measuring cylinders

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 172-174

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 94,98

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 179

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 285

 

   
  3 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Naming and drawing structure of alkanols By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to name and draw the structure of simple alkanols ·        Drawing the structures of alkanols

·        Assigning names to alkanol molecules

·        Charts showing structures of alkanols ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 180-182

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 107-109

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 206

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 305

   
  4 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Preparation and properties of alkanols By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparations and explain the physical and chemical properties of alkanols

·        Carrying out experiments on the preparations of ethanol

·        Recording observation

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Discussion on physical properties of alkanols

·        Describing chemical properties of Alkanols

·        Glucose, yeast

·        Water- lime water

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Thermometer (-100C-1100C)

·        Broken porcelain

·        Air-lock apparatus

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 182-188

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 107-111

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 210

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 307

 

   
  5 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Uses of alkanols By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the uses of some alkanols

·        iscussion on uses of alkanols

·        Listing uses of alkanols

·        Methanol

·        Ethanol

·        Chart showing the uses of alkanols

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 189-190

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 115

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 218

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 327

   
 

 

 

 

 
CHEMISTRY FORM 4 SCHEMES OF WORK – TERM 3  
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB – TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES    
1 1-2 Alkanols and Alkanoic acids Naming and drawing structure of alkanoic acids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Name and draw the structure of simple alkanoic acids

·        Drawing structures of alkanoic acids

·        Assigning names to alkanoic molecules

·        Chart showing structures of alkanoic acids ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 189-190

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 115

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page 218

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page 327

   
  3-4 Alkanols And alkanoic acids Preparation and properties of alkanoic acids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe the preparation and explain the physical and chemical properties of alkanoic acids

·        Demonstration of experiments to prepare ethanoic acids

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Describing physical properties of alkanoic acids

·        Explaining chemical properties of alkanoic acids

·        Ethanol

·        Concentrated sulphuric acid

·        Potassium dichromate

·        Distilled water

·        Round bottomed flask

·        Leibig condenser

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Thermometer beaker

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·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 193-195

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 109-111

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  5 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Uses of alkanoic acids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the uses of alkanoic acids

·        Discussion on uses of alkanoic acids

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Chart showing uses of alkanoic acids

·        Ethanoic acids

 

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 196-197

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 115

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
2 1-2 Alaknola and alkanoic acids Detergents By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Describe and explain preparation and properties of detergents

·        Carrying out experiments on preparation of soaps and soap less detergents

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Explaining the properties of soaps and soap less detergents

·        4M sodium hydroxide

·        Sodium chloride

·        Castor oil

·        Distilled water

·        Concentrated sulphuric acid

·        Bathing tube

·        Bunsen burner

·        Glass rod

·        Spatula

·        Measuring cylinder

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 197-200

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 112

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  3-4 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Uses of detergents and effects of hard water on detergents By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State and explain the uses of detergents

(ii)              Explain the effects of hard water on detergents

·        Explaining the uses of detergent

·        Carrying out experiments to show effects of hard metal on soaps and soap less detergents

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion on the effects of hard water on detergents

·        Soaps

·        Soap less detergents

·        Tap water

·        Distilled water

·        Warm water

·        beakers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 200

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 112

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  5 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Natural polymers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                List some natural polymers and state their uses

·        Listing examples of natural polymers

·        Drawing structures of cellulose natural rubber and vulcanized rubber

·        Listing uses of natural polymers

·        Chart showing structure of natural polymers

·        Chart on uses of natural polymers

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 101-202

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 113-114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
3 1-2 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Synthetic polymers and fibers and their uses By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                List some synthetic polymers and fibers

(ii)              Describe the preparation and properties of synthetic polymers

(iii)             State the uses of synthetic polymers

·        Carrying out experiments to make nylon 66

·        Recording observations

·        Discussion based on observations

·        Writing relevant chemical equations

·        Describing properties of synthetic polymers

·        Listing the uses of synthetic polymers

·        2M sodium hydroxide

·        Ethanol solution of hexane 1:6- dramine

·        Pair of tongs

·        Test tube

·        Bunsen burner

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 203-211

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages 113-114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

 

   
  3 Alkanols and alkanoic acids Structure of polymers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Identify the structure of a polymer given the monomer

·        Discussions on structures of polymers

·        Drawing polymers from given monomers

·        Chart showing structures of polymers and monomers ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 204-205

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  4-5 Alkanols and alkanoic acid Advantages and disadvantages of sythentic material over natural polymers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State the advantages and disadvantages of synthetic materials compared to those of natural origin in terms of their structure and properties

·        Discussions on sythentic and natural polymers

·        Listing the advantage and disadvantages of sythentic natural polymers

·        Chart showing advantages and disadvantages of synthetic polymers against natural polymers ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 212,214

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages114

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
4 1-2 Radio- activity Introduction: stability of isotopes of elements By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to

(i)                Define radio-activity half-life, radio-isotopes and nuclides

(ii)              Name the particles emitted during radioactive decay

·        Defining the terms radioactivity, half-life, radio-isotopes and nuclides

·        Naming particles emitted during radioactive decay

·        Chart on determinations of half-life, radio-isotopes

·        Chart on particles emitted during radio decay

·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 220-221

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages126-127

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  3-4 Radio-activity Radio active decay By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State types of radio-activity

(ii)              List the properties of particles emitted during radio-active decay

·        Discussion on types of particles emitted during radio-active decay

·        Listing properties of particles emitted during radio active decay

·        Chart showing simple nuclear equation ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 222-225

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages127-128

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  5 Radioactivity Half-life of radio-isotopes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Carry out simple calculations involving half-life (&1/2)

·        Discussion on half-life (&1/2)

·        Calculating half life (&1/2)

·        Charts showing graphs on half life’s of different elements ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 225-228

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages128

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
5 1-2 Radio-activity Nuclear equations By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Write a balanced nuclear equations

·        Discussion on nuclear equations

·        Writing balanced nuclear equations

·        Chart on balance nuclear equations ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 228-231

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages128

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  3-4 Radio activity Nuclear fission and fussion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                Distinguish between nuclear fission and fusion

·        Discussion on nuclear fission and fusion

·        Calculating the energy released in the process

·        Distinguishing between nuclear fission and fusion

·        Chart showing controlled and uncontrolled fission reactions ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 232-237

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages129

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   
  5 Radio activity Applications of radio-isotopes By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)                State uses of some radio-isotopes

(ii)              List the halogens associated with radioactivity

·        Discussion on uses and changes of radio-activity

·        Writing simple nuclear equations

·        Chart on uses and dangers of radioactivity ·        Comprehensive secondary chemistry students book 4 pages 238-243

·        Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 4 pages129

·        Secondary chemistry- KLB students book 4 page

·        Foundation chemistry students’ book 4 page

   

 

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