Chemistry Form 1 Syllabus

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Chemistry is all around us. Did you know that everything is made out of chemicals? Any reaction taking place in body cells of all living and non living organisms correlates with chemistry. In chemistry we study materials that make up the earth and universe. Chemistry is sometimes called the central science because it bridges other natural sciences, including physics, geology and biology. Therefore, when talking about chemistry, we are referring to life on Earth.
Chemistry Form 1 Syllabus
  1. Introduction To Chemistry Syllabus
    1. The concept of chemistry Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of Chemistry Syllabus
      2. Mention materials objects made by application of chemistry Syllabus
    2. 1.2 Importance of chemistry in life Syllabus
      1. State the importance of Chemistry in daily life Syllabus
  2. Laboratory Techniques And Safety Syllabus
    1. Rules and safety precautions in a chemistry laboratory Syllabus
      1. State laboratory rules Syllabus
      2. Explain the safety measures for a chemistry laboratory Syllabus
    2. First aid and first aid kit Syllabus
      1. Identify possible causes of accidents in a chemistry laboratory Syllabus
      2. Name the items found in a first aid kit Syllabus
      3. Demonstrate how each first aid kit item is used Syllabus
      4. Use the items in a first aid kit to provide first aid to an accident victim Syllabus
    3. Basic chemistry laboratory apparatus and their uses Syllabus
      1. List the apparatus used in a chemistry laboratory Syllabus
      2. Categorize chemistry laboratory apparatus according to their uses Syllabus
      3. Use common chemistry laboratory apparatus Syllabus
    4. Warning signs Syllabus
      1. Draw and label the basic chemical warning signs Syllabus
      2. Explain the concept of warning signs Syllabus
  3. Heat Sources And Flames Syllabus
    1. Heat sources Syllabus
      1. Name different heat sources which can be used in a chemistry laboratory Syllabus
      2. Explain the functioning of a bunsen burner Syllabus
    2. Types of flame Syllabus
      1. Produce luminous and non-luminous flames from different types of flames Syllabus
  4. The Scientific Procedure Syllabus
    1. Significance of scientific procedure Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of scientific procedure Syllabus
      2. Explain the importance of the scientific procedure Syllabus
    2. The main steps of the scientific procedure Syllabus
      1. Describe each step of the scientific procedure Syllabus
    3. Application of the scientific procedure Syllabus
      1. Use the Scientific procedure to carry out investigations in chemistry Syllabus
  5. Matter Syllabus
    1. Concept of matter Syllabus
      1. Explain concept of matter Syllabus
    2. States of matter Syllabus
      1. Describe the three states of matter Syllabus
      2. Change one state of matter to another Syllabus
      3. Explain the importance of changing one state of matter to another Syllabus
    3. Physical and chemical changes Syllabus
      1. Describe the characteristics of a physical change Syllabus
      2. Demonstrate physical changes of matter experimentally Syllabus
      3. Describe the characteristics of a chemical change Syllabus
      4. Demonstrate chemical changes of matter experimentally Syllabus
    4. Elements and symbols Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of an element Syllabus
      2. Differentiate elements from other substances Syllabus
    5. Compounds and mixtures Syllabus
      1. Concept of compounds and mixtures Syllabus
      2. Prepare a binary compound Syllabus
      3. Compare the properties of a compound with those of its constituent elements Syllabus
      4. Explain the concept of a mixture Syllabus
      5. Classify mixtures into solutions, suspensions and emulsions Syllabus
    6. Separation of mixtures Syllabus
      1. Describe the different methods of separating mixtures Syllabus
      2. Explain the significance of separating different mixtures Syllabus
      3. Separate the components of different mixtures using different methods Syllabus
  6. Air Combustion, Rusting And Fire Fighting Syllabus
    1. Composition of air Syllabus
      1. Name the gases present in air and their proportions Syllabus
      2. Demonstrate the presence of different gases in air Syllabus
      3. Determine the percentage of oxygen in air experimentally Syllabus
    2. Combustion Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of combustion Syllabus
      2. Demonstrate the combustion of different substances in air and analyse the products Syllabus
      3. Describe the application of combustion in real life Syllabus
    3. Fire fighting Syllabus
      1. Classify types of fires according to their causes Syllabus
      2. Identify different types of fire extinguishers used to extinguish different types of fire Syllabus
      3. State the components needed to start a fire Syllabus
      4. Classify fire extinguishers according to the chemicals they contain Syllabus
      5. Extinguish small fires using the right types of fire extinguishers Syllabus
    4. Rusting Syllabus
      1. Explain the concept of rusting Syllabus
      2. Demonstrate the conditions necessary for iron to rust Syllabus
      3. Describe the different methods of preventing iron from rusting Syllabus

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