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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

5

1-2

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 chemist students book 1 pages 15-18

Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-1

Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 1-2

Secondary chemistry- KLB students book pag 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 chemist students book 1 pages 15-18

Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 12-1

Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 9

Secondary chemistry- KLB students book pag 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 chemist students book 1 pages 15-18

Comprehensive chemistry teacher: book 1 pages 12-1

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

Compreheensive secondary chemist 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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 18

3-4

Simple

classification

Separation of mixtures soluble and insoluble

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

Defining key terms

Class experiments

Sand/salt mixture

Beaker

Comprehensive secondary chemist

of substances

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

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

Discussion on procedure for separation of mixture

Conical flask

Filter paper

Evaporating dish

Separating funnel

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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 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

Round-bottom flask

Condenser

Burner

Thermometer

Ethanol

water

Comprehensive secondary chemist students book 1 pages 17-18

Comprehensive chemistry teachers book 1 pages 13-1

Longhorn secondary chemistry book 1 pages 43

Secondary

classification of substances

chromatography and solvent extraction

learner should be able to

(i)  Give one application of chromatography

(ii)  Explain how oil can be extracted from nuts

application of chromatography  Explaining oil extraction from nuts

Mortar

Nut seeds

Propanone

White paper

secondary chemist 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 pag 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 chemist 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 pag 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