Chap 1 Intro to Chem|
Chap 2 The Struc of the Atom
Chap 3 Chem For. and Eqn
Chap 4 Periodic Table
Chap 5 Chemical Bonds
Chap 6 Electrochemistry
Chap 7 Acids and Bases
Chap 8 Salts
Chap 9 Manu Subs in Indus.
Form 4 Chemistry
Students start the chemistry course with a lots of
enthusiasm. After about 4 months the chemistry content begins to get challenging
and interest wanes. We have the following advice for students
read, read the textbook and practical textbook that are provided. Memorise the
content in the nine chapters accurately. Make notes about facts that do not
appear in the textbook to supplement it. However the amount of notes that you
compile will not be asked in the SPM exam.
the questions in the textbook accurately and record them according to the
chapters in separate exercise books. Doing extra questions according to topics
from past year papers and model papers is necessary. Practice in answering
essay questions should start from the second chapter and the questions are
provided in this website.
work will be continuously assessed. Attention must be given to reports as
they will be collected and graded.
chemical formulae of substances and equations of reactions when you come
across them in your lessons. Memorise them and record them.
cannot understand the lesson taught, clarify it with your teacher immediately.
If the problem is still not solved, see the head of the chemistry panel, Mr.
T.J Pereira who will act on it.
assessments of your progress and a consistent score of above 70% in your exams
means that you are on track to obtain excellent results in SPM .
If you have
any problems in any of the chapters use the feedback form and it will be
emailed to Mr T J Pereira. Please state your name and class so that the
teacher can contact you in school.
There are nine chapters to be covered in form 4
The chapters are star rated[1* to 5*] as a gauge to its difficulty. 1*
being the easiest. The number of periods required to cover the chapters are also
indicated. The abbreviations used are as follows P - page, TB -Textbook, PB -
Practical Book, Act - Activity, Exp - experiment.