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SILABUS

GOVERNMENT OF YOGYAKARTA CITY

DEPARTEMENT OF EDUCATION

SMA NEGERI 1 YOGYAKARTA

JL. HOS Cokroaminoto 10 Telp. 0274-513454, Fak 0274-542604 Yogyakarta 55253

Website: sma1teladan-yog.sch.id; e-mail: smasiji_teladan@yahoo.com2008

SYLLABUS

Education unit: SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta

Class/Semester: X/1

Subject matter: CHEMISTRY

Service: International

Program: ScienceTime allotment: 32 lessonsStandard of competence: 1. To understand atomic structure, the properties of periodic element, and chemical bondingBasic competenceMaterialLearning ActivityIndicatorEvaluationTime AllotmentLearning source

1.1. To understand atomic structure according to Bohrs atomic model, the properties of elements, relative atomic mass, and periodical properties of elements and comprehend electron regularity passing understanding of electron configuration.

History of periodic table development Physical and chemical properties of the elements

periodical properties of elements Atomic structure. Electron configuration. Valence electron. Relative atomic mass. Isotope, isobar, isoton. Development of atomic theory starts from Daltons atomis model up to modern Atomic model. Discussing about periodic table development from literature in groups. Presenting the result of discussion to conclude the basic of classifying elements in the periodic table. observing some element to identify metal, non metal and metalloid comprehending regularity of atom radius, ionization energy, electron affinity and electronegativity from one-group and period elements according to graph or data and atomic number through group discussion. Connecting regularity properties of atom radius, ionization energy, electron affinity, and electronegativity. comprehending periodic tables of element to determine the elementary particle, electron configuration, relative atomic mass. Identifying element into isotope, isobar and isoton through team-work. analyzing literature about development of atomic theory (at home after assigned at previous meeting).

to compare development of periodic tables of element to identify its strengths and weaknesses To explain the base of elements grouping in the periodic table. To classify the element into metal, non metal and metalloid. To analyze tables and graph to determine regularity of atom radius, ionization energy, electron affinity and electronegativity. to determine elementary particle ( proton, electron and neutron) To determine electron configuration and valence electron. To determine relative atomic mass according to periodic tables. To classify element into isotope, isobar and isoton. To explain development of atomic theory to show strengths and weaknesses each atomic theory. To explain, formulate, and calculate the relative atomic mass and molecule atomic massTechnique :

Written test

AssignmentType :

Multiple choice test

Essay test

Assignments :

An individual. task

Group assignment Quiz

16 lessons

Source

Depdikbud, 1994, Buku Kimia 2, Jakarta, Balai Pustaka.

Michael Purba, 2007, Kimia 1, Jakarta, Erlangga

Brian Ratcliff 2004, Chemistry, As-Level and A Level, Cambridge Sunardi,2007,KIMIA BILINGUALBandung, Yrama Widya Internet

Material

Work sheet

Presentation

LCD, computer or laptop

1.2. to compare forming process of ionic bond, covalent bond, coordination covalent bond, and metalic bond and also its relationship with physical properties of compound that formed.Chemical bonding Element stability

Lewis structure

Ionic bond and covalent bond

Coordination covalent bond

Polar and non polar covalent compounds

Metallic bond

molecular shape Determining element able to release electron or accept electron to reach stability in group discussion. Describe valence electron formation of Lewis through class discussion. Comparing forming process of ionic bond and covalent bond in class discussion. Discuss forming process of coordinate covalent bond from some example of simple compound. Design and conduct experiment to investigate compounds polarity in laboratory. Identifying the properties of metal physical and connecting it with forming process of metallic bond in group discussion in laboratory. Explaining molecular form with molymod. Discussion of information form Ion geometry

To explain tendency of element to reach its stability. To describe noble gas valence electron structure (duplet and octet) and valence electron is not noble gas (structure of Lewis). To explain forming process of ionic bond.

To explain forming process of single, double, and triple covalent bond. To explain forming process of coordination covalent bond at some compound. to describe Lewis structures and Formula structures of H2SO4, HNO3, and SO3 To investigate polarity some compound and its relationship with electronegativity passing an experiment. To Description forming process of metallic bonding and its relationship with properties of metal physical. To connect the properties of physic items with its bonding type. Can determine molecule form of compound Can write down hybridization

Can write down ion geometry form.

Technique :

Written test

Assignment

Type :

Multiple choice test

Essay test

Assignments :

An individual. task

Group assignment

16 lessons

Source

Depdikbud, 1994, Buku Kimia 2, Jakarta, Balai Pustaka.

Mechael Purba, 2007, Kimia 1, Jakarta, Erlangga

Brian Ratcliff 2004, Chemistry, As-Level and A Level, Cambridge Sunardi,2007,KIMIA BILINGUALBandung, Yrama Widya Internet

Material

Work sheet

Presentation

LCD, computer

Solution having the character of polar and non polar.Equipment:

Burette, funnel, beaker glass,

SYLLABUS

Education unit: SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta

Class/Semester: X/1

Subject matter: CHEMISTRY

service: International

Program: ScienceTime allotment: 36 lessonsStandard of competence: 2.to understand the chemical basic laws and their applications on the chemistry calculations. (Stoichiometry)Basic competenceMaterialLearning ActivityIndicatorEvaluationTime AllotmentLearning source

2.1 to describe nomenclature system of simple organic and inorganic compound and the chemical equations

Nomenclature system of compound the simple chemical reaction

determining binary compound (ionic compound) that formed from the tables of cation (main group) and anion and also give its name in group discussion. determining the name of binary compound that formed pass covalent bond. determining the name of polyatomic compound formed tables cation (main group and NH4+) and anion of polyatomic and also give its name in group discussion. Concluding the rule of giving the name of binary and polyatomic compound Informing the name of some simple organic compound. Discussing the way of nequivalent chemical equation for a reaction. Practice equivalent equation of a reaction. To write down the names of binary compounds. to write down the names of polyatomic compounds

to write down the names of simple organic compounds to balance a simple reaction given by the name of substance in concerned reaction or on the contraryTechnique :

Written test

Assignment

Type :

Multiple choice test

Essay test

Assignments :

An individual. task

Group assignment

12 lessons

Sources

Depdikbud, 1994, Buku Kimia 2, Jakarta, Balai Pustaka.

Mechael Purba, 2007, Kimia 1, Jakarta, Erlangga

Brian Ratcliff 2004, Chemistry, As-Level and A Level, Cambridge Sunardi,2007,KIMIA BILINGUALBandung, Yrama Widya InternetMaterial

Work sheet

Presentation materials

LCD, computer

2.2. To prove and communicate the validation of chemical elementary laws through experiment and also apply mole concept in finishing chemical calculations.

the chemical elementary laws Lavoisiers law. Prousts law

Daltons law

Gay Lussacs law

Avogadros law

Chemical Calculations

Design and conduct an experiment to prove Lavoisiers law, and Prousts law in the laboratory. Conclude an experiment from data result.

Discussing experiment data to prove Daltons law, Gay Lussacs and Avogadros law in group discussion class. Calculating gas volume reactant or product according to Gay Lussacs law. Finding relation between gas volume with the number of its molecule which measured at same pressure and temperature (Avogadros law). Discussion about mole concept Calculate the number of mole, thenumber of particles, mass, gas volume, determining empirical formula, molecular formula, hydrate, substance degree in compound, and limiting reagents.

to prove Lavoisiers law pass an experiment to prove Prousts law pass an experiment to analyze compound to prove the validation ofdoubled multiple law (Daltons law) To use experiment data to prove volume proportion law (Gay Lussacs law). To use experiment data to prove Avogadros law. to convert the the number of mole to the number of particle, mass, volume of substance To determine empirical formula and molecular formula. To determine hydrate formula. To determine substance degree in a compound. To determine limiting reagents in a reaction. To determine quantity of reactant and product To explain and use mole concept in stoichiometry of gases, stoichiometry of compounds, and stoichiometry of reactions.Technique :

Written test

Assignment

Type :

Multiple choice test