Chemistry Form 2 Lesson Plans Term 3 ( Week 1-4)

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                     TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC: SOLUBILITY OF SALTS IN WATER                   WEEK: 1                                         LESSON NUMBER: 1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

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

-Test solubility of various salts in cold water/warm water.

-Test solubility of various bases in water.

-Carry out litmus test on the resulting solutions.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 5 MINUTES

INTRODUCTION

Define solubility.

Listening and taking short notes.

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board



KLB BK 2 PG. 92-95 
30 MINUTES

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Test solubility of various salts in cold water/warm water.

-Test solubility of various bases in water.

-Carry out litmus test on the resulting solutions. 

Class experiments- Dissolve salts in 5ml of water.

Record the solubility in a table,

Carry out litmus tests.

Discuss the results.

Sulphates, chlorides, nitrates, carbonates of various metals.

Oxides, hydroxides, of various metals, litmus papers

 KLB BK 2 PG. 92-95
5 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 92-95

 

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY                     TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC:  METHODS OF PREPARING SALTS                  WEEK: 1                                         LESSON NUMBER: 2 &3

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

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

-Describe various methods of preparing some salts.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 10 MINUTES

INTRODUCTION

Highlight some of the methods used to prepare salts.

Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 95 -104.
60 MINUTES  

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Describe various methods of preparing some salts.

-Experimental and descriptive treatments of preparation of salts e.g. ZnSO4, CuSO4, NaCl and Pb(NO3)2.               

CuO, H2SO4, HCl, NaOH, PbCO3, dil HNO3.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 95 -104.
10 MINUTES

 

 CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 

KLB BK 2 PG. 95 -104.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                      TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC: DIRECT SYNTHESIS OF A SALT                       WEEK:1                                       LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Describe direct synthesis of a salt.

-Write balanced equations for the reactions.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 5 MINUTES

INTRODUCTION

Explain the meaning of direct synthesis of a salt.

Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG.104
30 MINUTES

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Describe direct synthesis of a salt.

-Write balanced equations for the reactions. 

-Group experiments- preparation of iron (II) sulphide by direct synthesis.

Give other examples of salts prepared by direct synthesis.

Students write down corresponding balanced equations.

Iron,

Sulphur

 KLB BK 2 PG.104
5 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG.104

 

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY                       TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC: EFFECTS OF HEAT ON METAL CARBONATES, NITRATES AND SULPHATES             WEEK:  2                               LESSON NUMBER: 1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-state effects of heat on carbonates.

-Predict products resulting from heating metal carbonates.

-State effects of heat on nitrates.

-Predict products resulting from heating metal nitrates.

-State effects of heat on sulphates.

-Predict products results from heating metal sulphates.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
5 MINUTES 

INTRODUCTION

Highlight some metal carbonates, nitrates and sulphates.

Listening and taking short notes.

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

KLB BK 2 PG. 108-111. 
30 MINUTES

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-state effects of heat on carbonates.

-Predict products resulting from heating metal carbonates.

-State effects of heat on nitrates.

-Predict products resulting from heating metal nitrates.

-State effects of heat on sulphates.

-Predict products results from heating metal sulphates. 

-Group experiments- To investigate effects of heat on Na2CO3, K2CO3, CaCO3, ZnCO3, PbCO3, e.t.c.

-Observe various colour changes before, during and after heating.

-Write equations for the reactions.

-Group experiments- To investigate effects of heat on various metal nitrates.

-Observe various colour changes before, during and after heating.

-Write equations for the reactions.

-Group experiments- To investigate effects of heat on various sulphates.

-Observe various colour changes before, during and after heating.

-Write equations for the reactions.

-Various carbonates.

-Common metal nitrates.

-Common sulphates.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 108-111.
5 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

Listening and answering questions.  Exercise books.
Chalk/white board
 KLB BK 2 PG. 108-111.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                       TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC: HYGROSCOPY, DELIQUESCENCE AND EFFLORESCENCE               WEEK: 2                                          LESSON NUMBER: 2 & 3 

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 10 MINUTES

INTRODUCTION

Explain the meaning of hygroscopy, deliquescence and efflorescence.

Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG 114.
60 MINUTES

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Define hygroscopic deliquescent and efflorescent salts.

-Give examples of hygroscopic deliquescent and efflorescent salts.

 

Prepare samples of various salts.

Expose them to the atmosphere overnight.

Students classify the salts as hygroscopic, deliquescent and / or efflorescent.

Samples of various salts.

 KLB BK 2 PG 114.
10 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG 114.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                       TOPIC: SALTS

SUB-TOPIC: USE OF SALTS                           WEEK: 2                                          LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-State uses of salts

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 5 MINUTES

INTRODUCTION

Highlight some of the uses of salts. 

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 114
 30 MINUTES  BODY DEVELOPMENT
-State uses of salts

 Teacher elucidates uses of salts.

 

 KLB BK 2 PG. 114
5 MINUTES 

 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 114

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY                     TOPIC: EFFECT OF ELECTRIC CURRENTS ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC:  ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY                          WEEK: 3                                         LESSON NUMBER: 1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Test for electrical conductivities of substances.

 

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
5 MINUTES 

 

INTRODUCTION

Define electrical conductivity.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 118-119.
 30 MINUTES  

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Test for electrical conductivities of substances.

 

Group experiments- to identify conductors and non-conductors.

Explain the difference in (non) conductivities.

 

Various solids, bulb, battery,  & wires.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 118-119.
 5 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. 

 

 Listening and answering questions  

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 

 KLB BK 2 PG. 118-119.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT:CHEMISTRY                     TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC: ELECTROLYSIS AND MOLTEN ELECTROLYTES            WEEK:  3                                        LESSON NUMBER: 2 & 3

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Test for electrical conductivities molten electrolytes.

-Define electrolysis.

-Describe the process of electrolysis in terms of charge movement.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 10 MINUTES

 

INTRODUCTION

Assemble apparatus for electrolysis.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.
60 MINUTES   BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Test for electrical conductivities molten electrolytes.

-Define electrolysis

-Describe the process of electrolysis in terms of charge movement.

 -Group experiments- to identify electrolytes in molten form.

Explain the difference in molten electrolytes.

 -Descriptive approach punctuated with Q/A.

 

Molten candle wax

Sugar

Sulphur

Lead oxide.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.
10 MINUTES 

 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                   TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC: AQUEOUS ELECTROLYTES AND ELECTRODES                    WEEK: 3                                         LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Define an electrolyte

-Test for electrical conductivities of electrodes.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 10 MINUTES

 

INTRODUCTION

Assemble apparatus for electrolysis.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.
 60 MINUTES  

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Test for electrical conductivities molten electrolytes.

-Define electrolysis

-Describe the process of electrolysis in terms of charge movement.

 

-Group experiments- to identify electrolytes in molten form.

Explain the difference in molten electrolytes.

 

-Descriptive approach punctuated with Q/A.

 

Molten candle wax

Sugar

Sulphur

Lead oxide.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.
10 MINUTES 

 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 120 -121.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                    TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC: AQUEUOS ELECTROLYTES AND ELECTRODES              WEEK: 3                                         LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Define an electrolyte

-Test for electrical conductivities of electrodes.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 5 MINUTES

 

INTRODUCTION

Explain the difference between   an electrolyte and an electrode. 

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 122 -123.
 30 MINUTES  BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Define an electrolyte

-Test for electrical conductivities of electrodes.

 To investigate chemical effect of an electric current.

Classify the solutions as electrolyte or non -electrolytes.

Discuss the electrical properties of the solution

 Graphite electrodes

Battery

Various aqueous solutions switch bulb.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 122 -123.
 5 MINUTES

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.  

Listening and answering questions.

 
 Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 122 -123.

 

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                     TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON A SUBSTANCE

SUB-TOPIC: REACTION ON ELECTRODES                           WEEK:  4                                        LESSON NUMBER: 1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-Describe half- equation reactions at the cathode and anode.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
5 MINUTES 

 

INTRODUCTION

Explain the meaning of anode and cathode.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 126 -127.
 30 MINUTES

BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Describe half- equation reactions at the cathode and anode. 

 -Demonstrate –Electrolysis of molten lead (II) bromide

-Observe color changes

-Explanation of half-equations and reactions at the electrodes.

 Graphite electrodes

Battery

Various aqueous solutions switch.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 126 -127.
5 MINUTES 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 

 KLB BK 2 PG. 126 -127.

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                      TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC: BINARY ELECTROLYTE                            WEEK:    4                                      LESSON NUMBER: 2& 3

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

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

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 10 MINUTES

 INTRODUCTION

Explain the meaning of the term binary electrolyte.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 127.
 60 MINUTES  BODY DEVELOPMENT

-Define a binary electrolyte.

-State the products of a binary electrolyte.

 Completing a table of electrolysis of binary electrolytes

 

 KLB BK 2 PG. 127.
 10 MINUTES

 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 PG. 127.

 

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________  TERM: ____________________       YEAR: _____________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY                    TOPIC: EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT ON SUBSTANCES

SUB-TOPIC: APPLICATION OF ELECTROLYSIS-ELECTROPLATING                           WEEK:  4                                        LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

 

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

-State application of electrolysis.

- Describe electroplating process.

 

LESSON PRESENTATION

TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES
 5 MINUTES

 

INTRODUCTION

Set up the apparatus to carry out electroplating.

 Listening and taking short notes.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 Pg. 128-130.
 30 MINUTES  BODY DEVELOPMENT

-State application of electrolysis.

- Describe electroplating process.

 Experiment- Left overnight.

-Electroplating an iron nail with silver nitrate/ copper sulphate.

-Brief discussion.

-Discussion and explanations.

 Silver nitrate

Iron nail

Complete circuit battery.

 KLB BK 2 Pg. 128-130.
5 MINUTES 

 

CONCLUSION

Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives.

 

 

Listening and answering questions.

 

Exercise books.

Chalk/white board.

 KLB BK 2 Pg. 128-130.

 

 

SELF EVALUATION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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