Yearly Plan (Takwim) for SPM Chemistry Form 4 – Year 2010

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Rancangan Pelajaran Tahunan Kimia Tingkatan 4 (2010) – Valid for whole Malaysia

(Translated as: Annual Learning Plan for Form 4 Chemistry (2010) )

Note: This takwim was made originally for SMK Dato Jaafar by Cikgu Isabelle Wong for Year 2010

Week Date Topic Remark
1 4/1 – 8/1 Introduction
2 11/1 – 15/1 Chap 1: Introduction to Chemistry

1.1 Chemistry and Its Importance

1.2 Scientific Method

1.3 Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values

3 18/1 – 22/1 Chap 2: The Structure and the Atom

2.1 Matter

Activity 2.1 (Demo)
4 25/1 – 29/1 2.2 The Atomic Structure

2.3 Isotopes

(30/1 – Thaipusam)
5 1/2 – 5/2 2.4 The Electronic Structure of an Atom

2.3 The Orderliness and Uniqueness of the Atomic Structure

PEKA – Activity 2.4
6 8/2 – 12/2 Chap 3: Chemical Formulae and Equations

3.1 Relative Atomic Mass and Relative Molecular Mass

(14/2, 15/2 – CNY)

Activity 3.4 (Discussion)

7 16/2 – 19/2 3.2 The Mole and the Number of Particles

3.3 The Mole and the Mass of Substances

3.4 The Mole and the Volume of Gas

8 22/2 – 25/2 3.5 Chemical Formulae (26/2 – Muhammad)

PEKA – Activity 3.5

9 1/3 – 5/3 3.6 Chemical Equations

3.7 Practicing Scientific Attitudes and Values in Investigating Matter

Activity 3.6
10 8/3 – 12/3 Ujian Piawai 1
13/3 – 21/3 Cuti Pertengahan Penggal i 9 days
11 22/3 – 26/3 Chap 4: Periodic Table of Elements

4.1 The Periodic Table of Elements

4.2 Group 18 Elements

12 29/3 – 2/4 4.3 Group 1 Elements

4.4 Group 17 Elements

Activity 4.2 (Demo) Experiment 4.1 (Demo)
13 5/3 – 9/4 4.5 Elements in a Period

4.6 Transition Elements

4.7 Appreciating the Existence of Elements and Their Compound

(8/4 – Sultan Johor)

Experiment 4.2 (Discussion)

14 12/4 – 16/4 Ujian Piawai 2
15 19/4 – 23/4 Chap 5: Chemical Bonds

5.1 Formation of compounds

Activity 5.1 (Discussion)
16 26/4 – 30/4 5.2 Ionic Bonds (1/5 – Labour Day)
17 3/5 – 7/5 5.3 Covalent Bonds
18 10/5 – 14/5 5.4 The Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds Activity 5.3
19 17/5 – 21/5 Revision
20 24/5 – 27/5 Peperiksaan Pertengahan (28/5 – Wesak)
21 31/5 – 4/6 Peperiksaan Pertengahan
5/6 – 20/6 Cuti pertengahan tahun 16 days
22 21/6 – 25/6 Chap 6: Electrochemistry

6.1 Electrolytes and Non-electrolytes

(19/6 – Hol Day of Almarhum Sultan of Johor)

Activity 6.1 (Discussion)

23 28/6 – 2/7 6.2 Electrolysis of Molten Compounds

6.3 Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions

Experiment 6.1

Experiment 6.2 (Discussion)

24 5/7 – 9/7 6.4 Electrolysis in Industries Experiment 6.3

Experiment 6.5 (Discussion)

25 12/7 – 16/7 6.5 Voltaic Cell Experiment 6.6
26 19/7 – 23/7 6.6 The Electrochemical Series PEKA – Experiment 6.7
27 26/7 – 30/7 6.7 Impact of Electrochemical Industries Experiment 6.8
28 2/8 – 6/8 Chap 7: Acids and Bases

7.1 Acids and Bases

Activity 7.2
29 9/8 – 13/8 7.2 The Strength of Acids and Alkalis (11/8 – Awal Ramadan)
30 16/8 – 20/8 7.3 Concentration of Acids and Alkalis Activity 7.9 (Discussion)
31 23/8 – 27/8 7.4 Neutralisation Activity 7.11
32 30/8 – 3/9 Chap 8: Salts

8.1 Salts (Activity 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 8.5, 8.9: Discussion)

(31/8 – National Day)

Experiment 8.2

4/9 – 12/9 Cuti Pertengahan Penggal II 9 days
33 13/9 – 17/9 8.2 Qualitative analysis of salts Activity 8.12
34 20/9 – 24/9 8.2 Qualitative analysis of salts (Activity 8.14: Discussion) (10/9, 11/9 – HR Puasa)
35 27/9 – 1/10 8.3 Being systematic and meticulous when carrying activities Activity 8.13
36 4/10 – 8/10 Chap 9: Manufactures Substances in Industries

9.4 Sulphuric Acid

9.2 Ammonia and Its Salts

37 11/10 – 15/10 9.3 Alloys

9.4 Synthetic polymers

Experiment 9.1 (Discussion)

Experiment 9.2 (Discussion)

38 18/10 – 22/10 9.5 Glass and ceramics
39 25/10 – 29/10 9.6 Uses of composite materials

9.7 Appreciating synthetic materials

40 1/11 – 4/11 Revision (5/11 – Deepavali)
41 8/11 – 12/11 Peperiksaan Akhir Tahun
42 15/11 – 19/11 Peperiksaan Akhir Tahun (17/11 – HR Qurban)
20/11 – 2/1 Cuti persekolahan akhir tahun 44 days

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