INTRODUCTION Teacher guides are the traditional models of formal education in which teacher guides students throughout a define syllabus or curriculum and share his/her knowledge with them. Chemistry guides are complete guidelines for teachers where teachers are expected as master of the subject to develop only the contents of the lesson under focus areas.
CHEMISTRY – FATS AND OILS, GIANT MOLECULES, SOAPS AND DETERGENTS CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMISTRY AND LIFE TOPIC 1 – FATS AND OILS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Samples of fats and oils 2. Paper LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. identifying sources of fats and
ETHICAL, LEGAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES, IRON, MENTAL AND THEIR COMPOUND AND PETROLEUM OR CRUDE OIL CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRIES TOPIC 1 – ETHICAL, LEGAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Chart – itemizing the names of chemical industries in Nigeria 2. Relevant legislation 3. A local chemical industry LEARNING
CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMICAL WORLD TOPIC – QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Indicator extract from flowers 2. Bomb calorimeter 3. Relevant acids and bases 4. Relevant salts 5. Starch, fats and oils, proteins etc. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. titrate accurately
CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMICAL WORLD TOPIC 1 – ACID – BASE REACTIONS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Distilled water or deionized water. 2. Titration apparatus (retort stand, beaker, burette, conical flask, pipette, white tile, etc). 3. Indicators 4. Weighing balance. 5. Acids 6. Bases 7. Petri-dish 8. Practical notebooks 9. Measuring cylinder 10. Funnel
CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMISTRY OF LIFE TOPIC 1 – ALKANOLS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Ethanol 2. KMnO4 3. Water 4. H2SO4 5. Test tubes, test tube racks, etc. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. relate the structure of alkanes to that of alkanols 2. identify
CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRIES TOPIC 1 – ELECTROLYSIS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. An electrolytic cell apparatus 2. Hoffman’s voltammeter 3. An electrochemical cell apparatus 4. Copper sulphate solution 5. Dilute H2SO4 6. Brine LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. explain the quantitative aspects
CHEMISTRY THEME – CHEMISTRY AND ENVIRONMENT TOPIC 1 – AIR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Bunsen burner 2. Source of gas 3. Match stick/box 4. Candle stick 5. Alkaline Pyrogallo 6. Caustic soda 7. Deflagrating spoon 8. Magnesium ribbon LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1.
CHEMISTRY THEME – THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE TOPIC – CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Samples of carbon-containing compounds in and around us e.g. stick, paper, coal etc. 2. Models or coloured beads. 3. Real examples of crude oil fractions such as petrol (pms), diesel, oil, kerosene etc. 4. Shells, fruits, alkanols.
CHEMISTRY THEME – THE CHEMICAL WORK TOPIC 1 – INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1. Pictures of chemical industries and laboratories. 2. Posters and charts. 3.Locally available chemical industries. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. define chemistry. 2. list career prospects in chemistry. 3.