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SS2 Third Term Chemistry Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS2 Third Term Chemistry Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Third Term: Chemistry Lesson Outline


Week 1-2: Organic Chemistry – Advanced Topics


Lesson Note: Dive into advanced organic chemistry topics.

Scheme of Work: Stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms.

Activities: Organic synthesis experiments, case studies.

Week 3-4: Analytical Chemistry


Lesson Note: Introduction to quantitative and instrumental analysis.

Scheme of Work: Spectroscopy, chromatography.

Activities: Hands-on use of analytical instruments, data interpretation.

Week 5-6: Biochemistry


Lesson Note: Explore the chemistry of living organisms.

Scheme of Work: Biomolecules, enzymatic reactions.

Activities: Biochemical experiments, discussions on medical applications.

Week 7-8: Polymer Chemistry


Lesson Note: Study the properties and applications of polymers.

Scheme of Work: Polymerization processes, polymer applications.

Activities: Polymer synthesis, analysis, and real-world connections.

Week 9-10: Green Chemistry


Lesson Note: Discuss environmentally friendly chemical practices.

Scheme of Work: Sustainable chemistry, green synthesis.

Activities: Case studies on eco-friendly processes, group projects.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Note: Review key concepts covered in the third term.

Scheme of Work: Comprehensive review sessions.

Activities: Group discussions, practice exams, and peer teaching.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Note: Conduct end-of-term examinations.

Scheme of Work: Exam preparation and administration.

Activities: Written exams, practical assessments.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Note: Recap the term, provide feedback.

Scheme of Work: Farewell activities, distribution of report cards.

Activities: Reflection sessions, student-teacher interaction, and farewell assembly.

This outline provides a general structure for the third term, and you can further customize it based on the specific curriculum, resources, and goals of your chemistry class.

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