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0 LESSON PLAN
GENERATIVE TEACHING

80
Minutes
Time requirements

24
Number
Of students suggested

4
Teaching materials

5
Phase
Of learning process

2
Types of bonds
That students require to learnt

15
Average Minutes
Of each activities

INTRODUCTION

Theme:
Matter Around Us

Learning Area
4. Chemical Bonds

Learning Objectives
5.1 Understanding formation of compounds

LEARNING OUTCOMES

A student is able to:

Understanding formation of compounds. Synthesising ideas on formation of ionic bond.

Synthesising ideas on formation of covalent bond

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

The students should have learned about:

Matter and states of matter (Learn in Science Form One) Six types of resources on earth (Learn in Science Form One)

Knowledge of subatomic and electrons arrangement (Chapter Two, Chemistry Form Four)
Knowledge of the octet rule (Chapter Four, Chemistry Form Four)

The atomic structure of a noble gas.

Know how to combine electron arrangement structures to form reasonable structures. Recognize and predict the type of bonding that is present (ionic or covalent).

Content Knowledge

Resources
Cardboard (~25 cards per group of 4)

Label Dots Small (size appropriate for electrons)

candy

Markers

Scientific Skills and Values


Inferring

Observing

Classifying Systematic

1. Engaging
5
m i n u t e s

Ask a questions, did students love the candy? Then,ask a solution of this problem: a) Only one students can have the candy b) Only one candy and both students need to eat that candy

Students mostly will say they love to eat candy and maybe some will not a) One student will get two candy and the other one will have empty hand b) They need to share the candy

Try to make the class more lively with motivation No content knowledge is necessary for this phase Elaborated the situation to learning subject, an ionic bond and covalent bond

LEARNING SEQUENCE PRELIM INARY


N O TAT I O N

2. Empowering

Teacher recall students of the concept of sharing and transferring electrons to form a bond

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m i n u t e s

Students know atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or ionic bonds or by transferring electrons to form ionic bonds. Students know chemical bond between atoms in molecules such as H2, CH4, NH3, N2, Cl2 and others molecules are covalent. Students know how to draw electron arrangement structures. Students know how electronegativity relate to bond formation

Teacher ask students what is the type of bond in certain molecule such as H2, CH4, NH3, N2 and Cl2 Teacher asks the students about the structure of electron arrangement. Teacher ask the relationship of electronegativity to the bond formation

Discuss the lesson, use the constructivism approach and try to avoid the traditional lesson approach
Content knowledge is necessary,
Ionic bond Covalent Bond

LEARNING SEQUENCE FOCUSING


N O TAT I O N

5 0
m i n u t e s

Will be discuss by other presenter Content knowledge is necessary,


Ionic bond Covalent Bond Different Between Bond

3. Reinforcement
LEARNING SEQUENCE- ACTIVITY

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m i n u t e s

4. Enhancement
Student give an example of new compound from several elements or compound reaction Teacher reprise that learning this topic will solve of determine the possibility of a new compound from several elements or compound reaction

Encourage students to solve the question based on their understanding


Motivate the students

LEARNING SEQUENCE
DISCUSSION
N O TAT I O N

Elaborated the situation to learning subject, an ionic bond and covalent bond

1) Teacher recall the question about the candy problem

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m i n u t e s

2) Teacher related the solution of the problems to the chemical bond which is a) One student will get two candy and the other one will have empty hand is analogy of ionic bond b) They need to share the candy is analogy of covalent bond

5. Closure
LEARNING SEQUENCEAPPLICATION