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   YEARLY PLAN 2013 NAMA:CHEMISTRY (FORM FOUR) WEEK &DATELEARNINGAREALEARNINGOBJECTIVELEARNING OUTCOMESA student should be able toVALUEMATERIAL CLINICACTI-VITY 11 JAN – 3JAN Introductionto chemistry1.1.Understandingchemistry and itsimportance1.2.Synthesisingscientific method1.3 Incorporatescientific attitudesand values inconductingscientificinvestigations ã explain the meaning of chemistry ã list some common chemicals used in daily life ã state the uses of common chemicals in daily life ã list examples of occupations that require theknowledge of chemistry ã list chemical-based industries in Malaysia ã describe the contribution of chemical-based industriestowards the development of the country. ã identify variables in a given situation, ã   identify the relationship between two variables toform a hypothesis, ã design and carry out a simple experiment to test thehypothesis, ã   record and present data in a suitable form, ã   interpret data to draw a conclusion, ã   write a report of the investigation. ã identify scientific attitudes and values practised byscientists in carrying out investigations, ã practise scientific attitudes and values in conductingscientific investigations.CooperationResponsibleInterestMultimedia,Module 26 JAN –10 JAN Thestructure of the atom2.1. Analysing matter  ã describe the particulate nature of matter, ã state the kinetic theory of matter, ã define atoms, molecules and ions, ã relate the change in the state of matter to the changein heat, ã relate the change in heat to the change in kineticenergy of particles. ã relate the change in the state of matter to the changein heat, ã relate the change in heat to the change in kineticenergy of particles, ã explain the inter-conversion of the states of matter interms of kinetic theory of matter  AppreciateInterestCooperationMultimedia,Module  313 JAN –17 JAN* 15 JAN –cuti hariu/tahunKeputeraan KDYMMSultanKedahThestructure of the atom2.2 Synthesisingatomic structure2.3 Understandingisotopes andassessing their importance ã describe the development of atomic model, ã state the main subatomic particles of an atom, ã compare and contrast the relative mass and therelative charge of the protons, electrons and neutrons, ã define proton number, ã define nucleon number, ã determine the proton number, ã determine the nucleon number, ã relate the proton number to the nucleon number, ã relate the proton number to the type of element, ã write the symbol of elements, ã determine the number of neutrons, protons andelectrons from the proton number and the nucleonnumber and vice versa, ã construct the atomic structure. ã state the meaning of isotope, ã list examples of elements with isotopes, ã determine the number of subatomic particles of isotopes,justify the uses of isotope in daily life.ResponsibleCooperationCuriosity AppreciateMultimedia,Module 420 JAN –24 JAN* 24 JAN –CutiKeputeraan NabiMuhammad SAWThestructure of the atom 2.4 Understandingthe electronicstructure of anatom2.5 Appreciate theorderliness anduniqueness of theatomic structure ã describe electron arrangements of elements withproton numbers 1 to 20, ã draw electron arrangement of an atom in an element, ã state the meaning of valence electrons, ã determine the number of valence electrons from theelectron arrangement of an atom. ã describe the contributions of scientists towards theunderstanding of the atomic structure, ã describe the creative and conscientious efforts of scientists to form a complete picture of matter.InterestSystematicMultimediaModule 526 JAN -31 JAN –* 26 JAN –SekolahgantiChemicalFormulaeandEquations3.1. Understandingand applying theconcepts of relativeatomic mass andrelative molecular mass3.2. Analysing therelationship betweenthe number of moles ã state the meaning of relative atomic mass based oncarbon-12 scale, ã state the meaning of relative molecular mass basedon carbon-12 scale, ã state why carbon-12 is used as a standard for determining relative atomic mass and relativemolecular mass, ã calculate the relative molecular mass of substances. ã define a mole as the amount of matter that contains asmany particles as the number of atoms in 12 g of 12C,CooperationModule,Calculator   with the number of particles ã state the meaning of Avogadro constant, ã relate the number of particles in one mole of asubstance with the Avogadro constant,solve numerical problems to convert the number of moles to the number of particles of a given substanceand vice versa 63 FEB –7 FEB ChemicalFormulaeandEquations3.3 Analysing therelationship betweenthe number of molesof a substance with itsmass ã state the meaning of molar mass, ã relate molar mass to the Avogadro constant, ã relate molar mass of a substance to its relative atomicmass or relative molecular mass, ã solve numerical problems to convert the number of moles of a given substance to its mass and viceversa.ResponsibleCooperationModule,worksheetCalculator  710 FEB –14 FEB CUTI SEMPENA TAHUN BARU CINA 817 FEB –21 FEB ChemicalFormulaeandEquations3.4 Analysing therelationship betweenthe number of molesof a gas with itsvolume ã state the meaning of molar volume of a gas, ã relate molar volume of a gas to the Avogadroconstant, ã make generalization on the molar volume of a gas at agiven temperature and pressure, ã calculate the volume of gases at STP or roomconditions from the number of moles and vice versa, ã solve numerical problems involving number of particles, number of moles, mass of substances andvolume of gases at STP or room conditions.InterestCuriosityModule,Worksheet,calculator  924 FEB –28 FEB ChemicalFormulaeandEquations3.5 Synthesisingchemical formulae ã state the meaning of chemical formula, ã state the meaning of empirical formula, ã   state the meaning of molecular formula, ã determine empirical and molecular formulae of substances, ã compare and contrast empirical formula withmolecular formula, ã solve numerical problems involving empirical andmolecular formulae,ScienceProcess skillCalculator,worksheet,module 103 MAC- 7MAC ChemicalFormulaeandEquations3.6 Interpretingchemical equations ã write ionic formulae of ions, ã construct chemical formulae of ionic compounds, ã state names of chemical compounds using IUPACnomenclature.cooperationmodule  3.7 Practisingscientific attitudes andvalues in investigating ã state the meaning of chemical equation, ã   identify the reactants and products of a chemicalequation, ã write and balance chemical equations ã   interpret chemical equations quantitatively andqualitatively, ã solve numerical problems using chemical equations. ã identify positive scientific attitudes and valuespracticed by scientists in doing research on moleconcept, chemical formulae and chemical equations, ã    justify the need to practice positive scientific attitudesand good values in doing research on atomicstructures, chemical formulae and chemical equations, ã use symbols, chemical formulae and equations for easy and systematic communication in the field of chemistry. 1110 MAC –14 MAC Periodictable of elements4.1.Analysing thePeriodic Table of elements4.2. Analysing Group18 elements ã describe the contributions of scientists in the historicaldevelopment of the Periodic Table, ã identify groups and periods in the Periodic Table, ã state the basic principle of arranging the elements inthe Periodic Table from their proton numbers, ã relate the electron arrangementof an element to itsgroup and period, ã explain the advantages of grouping elements in thePeriodic Table, ã predict the group and the period of an element basedon its electron arrangement. ã list all Group 18 elements, ã state in general the physical properties of Group 18elements, ã describe the changes in the physical properties of Group 18 elements, ã describe the inert nature of elements of Group 18, ã relate the inert nature of Group 18 elements to their electron arrangements, ã relate the duplet and octet electron arrangements of Group 18 elements to their stability, describe uses of Group 18 elements in daily life.CooperationResponsibleMultimedia,module
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