Sec4 / O level Chemistry Full-Year Course
- Welcome to the world of chemistry with our Full-year Secondary 4 Chemistry course that Sync with School Curriculum.
- Covers vital topics in chemistry, from experimental techniques to environmental impact.
- Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills needed for academic excellence and real-world applications.
- This year-long course covers everything from experimental chemistry to the study of the environment’s chemical aspects.
- Through engaging live classes and practical examples, students gain a strong foundation in chemistry that prepares them for exams and beyond.
- Ample similar practice questions to gain confidence and clarity.
- More focus on scoring areas, difficult concepts
- Discuss with experienced teachers to guide you in brainstorming key points.
Who is this Course for?
- This course is designed for Secondary 4 students looking to excel in their chemistry studies.
- It’s suitable for those who want to build a solid foundation in chemistry concepts and principles.
- Students who aspire to understand the world through a chemical lens will find this course highly beneficial.
What you will Learn?
- Explore essential chemistry concepts, including chemical bonding, atomic structure, stoichiometry, and more.
- Understand the principles of oxidation, reduction, and electrochemistry.
- Gain insights into the periodic table, chemical energetics, and the chemistry of the atmosphere and environment.
- Mastery of fundamental chemistry principles.
- Practical skills in conducting experiments and analyzing results.
- Ability to apply chemical knowledge to real-world scenarios.
- Enhanced problem-solving skills.
- A strong foundation for future chemistry studies.
Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?
Experienced Teachers: Benefit from guidance by experienced chemistry educators.
Performance Tracking: Parents can monitor their child’s progress and performance.
After-Class Support: Get immediate assistance with homework and doubts.
AI-Based Testing: Practice with AI-driven tests for better exam preparation.
Comprehensive Homework Assignments: Reinforce learning through carefully designed homework assignments.
|Experimental Chemistry: This topic covers important definitions, apparatus for measurement, criteria of purity, and methods of separation and purification. For example, students learn how to use various tools for measurements and conduct experiments to purify substances.
|Chemical Bonding and Structure: Students explore ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding, as well as the structure and properties of materials. For instance, they understand how the arrangement of atoms affects the properties of substances.
|Kinetic Particle Theory: This topic includes important definitions, states of matter, changes in state, and the kinetic particle theory. For example, students learn why matter changes from solid to liquid or gas under different conditions.
|Atomic Structure: Students delve into the structure of an atom, proton, neutron, electron, atomic number, nucleon number, isotopes, and more. They can deduce the composition of atoms and ions using proton and nucleon numbers.
|Stoichiometry: This topic covers chemical equations, percentage yield, purity, limiting reagent, Avogadro’s law, concentration, and volumetric analysis. For example, students calculate reactant ratios and product yields in chemical reactions.
|Acids, Bases and Oxides: Students learn about acids, bases, neutrality, acidity, alkalinity, strong and weak acids, and characteristic properties of acids and bases. They explore reactions like acid-metal reactions and neutralization.
|Oxidation and Reduction: This topic defines oxidation and reduction, identifies redox reactions, and uses tests like potassium iodide and potassium manganate(VII) to detect oxidizing and reducing agents.
|Electrochemistry: Students study electrolysis, ion mobility, electrode products, selective discharge, ionic equations, and applications like copper purification and electroplating.
|Periodic Table: This topic describes the arrangement of elements by proton number, electronic configuration, and the relationship between outer electrons and ion charge.
|Chemistry of Reaction: Students explore factors affecting reaction rates, catalysts, pathways with lower activation energies, and experimental methods for investigating reaction rates.
|Chemical Energetics: This topic covers enthalpy change, energy profile diagrams, bond breaking, and bond making in exothermic and endothermic reactions.
|Atmosphere and Environment: Students learn about the composition of dry air, atmospheric pollutants, ozone layer importance, and the impact of greenhouse gases on global warming.