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TERM 1

SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY.

TOPIC 1: GAS LAWS.

TEACHER’S NAME: …………………………………………        TSC NO: …………….

SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION   : ……………………………………………………………….

FORM: 3                                                          TERM: 1                          YEAR……………..

NUMBER OF STUDENTS…….                     SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY

TOPIC: GAS LAWS.

SUB-TOPIC: BOYLE’S LAW.

WEEK: ……..                                                 LESSON NUMBER: ……..

DATE: ……..                                                  TIME: ……….

OBJECTIVES:By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

-State Boyle’s law.

-Explain Boyle’s law using kinetic theory of matter.

-Represent Boyle’s law mathematically and graphically.

-Solve further problems involving Boyle’s law.

-Plot and interpret graphs involving pressure and volume of gases.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCE 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTIONState the Boyle’s law. Discussion.Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. K.L.B. BK IIIPP. 1-5 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT-State Boyle’s law.-Explain Boyle’s law using kinetic theory of matter.-Represent Boyle’s law mathematically and graphically.-Solve further problems involving Boyle’s law.-Plot and interpret graphs involving pressure and volume of gases. -State Boyle’s law.-Explain Boyle’s law using kinetic theory of matter.-Represent Boyle’s law mathematically and graphically.-Solve further problems involving Boyle’s law.-Plot and interpret graphs involving pressure and volume of gases. ChartVolume-pressure relationship.Syringes.Calculators.Graph papers. K.L.B. BK IIIPP. 1-5Longhorn Book IIIPP 1 -8 5 MINUTES CONCLUSIONGiving assignments. Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. K.L.B. BK IIIPP. 1-5

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TEACHER’S NAME: …………………………………………        TSC NO: …………….

SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION   : ……………………………………………………………….

FORM: 3                                                          TERM: 1                          YEAR……………..

NUMBER OF STUDENTS…….                     SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY

TOPIC: GAS LAWS.

SUB-TOPIC: CHARLE’S LAW.

WEEK: ……..                                                 LESSON NUMBER: ……..

DATE: ……..                                                  TIME: ……….

OBJECTIVES:By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

State Charles’ law.

Explain Charles’ law using kinetic theory of matter.

Convert temperature in degree Celsius to Kelvin and vice-versa.

Express Charles’ law with equations.

Give a graphical representation of Charles’ law.

Solve numerical problems based on Charles’ Law.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCE 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTION-State Charles’ law. Discussion.Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. Longhorn Book III  PP 9-14 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENTTeacher demonstration:- To show expansion of air when heated and contraction when pressure is constant.Explain increase in volume when temperature is raised.Q/A: – relation between volume and temperature, leading to Charles’ law.Teacher explains inter-conversion of the units.Students complete a table of temperature in the two unitsDerive equations from volume and temperature relationship. Exposition: – Teacher exposes a volume-temperature graph and extrapolates it to obtain the absolute temperature. The definition of absolute temperature is exposed.Worked examples.Supervised exercise. Teacher demonstration:- To show expansion of air when heated and contraction when pressure is constant.Explain increase in volume when temperature is raised.Q/A: – relation between volume and temperature, leading to Charles’ law.Teacher explains inter-conversion of the units.Students complete a table of temperature in the two unitsDerive equations from volume and temperature relationship. Exposition: – Teacher exposes a volume-temperature graph and extrapolates it to obtain the absolute temperature. The definition of absolute temperature is exposed.Worked examples.Supervised exercise. Calculators.Colored water,Glass tube,Warm water,Cork andFlask. K.L.B.BK III  P. 6-12 Longhorn Book III  PP 9-14 5 MINUTES CONCLUSIONGiving assignment on the sub-topic. Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. Longhorn Book III  PP 9-14

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TEACHER’S NAME: …………………………………………        TSC NO: …………….

SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION   : ……………………………………………………………….

FORM: 3                                                          TERM: 1                          YEAR……………..

NUMBER OF STUDENTS…….                     SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY

TOPIC: GAS LAWS.

SUB-TOPIC: COMBINED LAW.

WEEK: ……..                                                 LESSON NUMBER: ……..

DATE: ……..                                                  TIME: ……….

OBJECTIVES:By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

-Derive the Gas Law.

-Derive the combined gas law equation.

-Solve numerical problems using the equation.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCE 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTIONExplain and deduce a formulae for the combined gas equation. Discussion.Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. K.L.B.BK III P. 12 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENTQ/A: – Combining Boyle’s and Charles’ Laws.Worked examples. Q/A: – Combining Boyle’s and Charles’ Laws.Worked examples. Calculators. K.L.B.BK III P. 12 Longhorn Book III  PP 14-16 5 MINUTES CONCLUSIONOral evaluation on the sub-topic. Questions and answers. -Chalk board/white board.-A piece of chalk/ marker pen. K.L.B.BK III P. 12

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