Self Learning Module - Quarter 1 -Physical Science: Grade 11&12, Module 1-8

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Published on 2022 June 17th

Contents: 1. Physical Science 11&12- Module 1: Exploring the Formation of Elements During Stellar Formation and Evolution. 2. Physical Science 11&12- Module 2: Exploring the Formation of Elements During Stellar Formation and Evolution. 3. Physical Science 11&12-Module 3: Exploring the Formation of Elements During Stellar Formation and Evolution. 4. Physical Science 11&12- Module 4: The Chemistry of Life (Biomolecules). 5. Physical Science 11&12- Module 5: Exploring the Structure and Function of Biological Molecules. 6. Physical Science 11&12- Module 6: Stoichiometry: Magical but Real! 7. Physical Science 11&12- Module 7: Earth’s Natural Gem. 8. Physical Science 11&12- Module 8: Understanding the Chemistry of Household Cleaning Products.
1. Describe the formation of heavier elements during the formation and
evolution of stars;
2. Cite astronomical evidence which justifies the formation of elements during
stellar formation and evolution;
3. Appreciate the importance of the discovery of atomic number which led to the synthesis of new elements in the laboratory.
4. Compare and contrast polar and non-polar molecule;
5. Identify the polarity of a molecule based on its structure; and
6. Appreciate the importance of different molecules in relation to its
polarity by citing examples.
7. describe the three major types of intermolecular forces of attraction;
8. explain the effect of intermolecular forces of attraction on the properties of
substances; and
9. recognize the significance and/or implications of the types of intermolecular
forces of attraction to real-world examples.
10. Identify the four macromolecules according to their general structure;
11. Describe the properties of each macromolecule; and
12. Explain the functions of each macromolecule, as well as the common samples where it can be seen.
13. Describe the different biological molecules;
14. Compare and contrast the biological macromolecule in terms of structure; and
15. Appreciate the importance of biological macromolecules in our life by citing their functions.
16. Define what stoichiometry is;
17. Balance chemical equations correctly;
18. Convert mass to mole and vice versa;
19. Compute for the mass or mole of the reactants or products using
stoichiometric ratio;
20. Identify the limiting or excess reagent in a chemicalreaction.
21. describe the different sources of energy;
22. give a summary of how energy produces from a different source;
23. differentiate renewable and non-renewable sources of energy; and
24. outline the pros and cons of the different sources of energy.
25. give the properties and mode of action of common household cleaning
26. explain the precautionary measures indicated in various cleaning products using the learners’ knowledge on chemical elements; and
27. enumerate the importance of your knowledge on the chemistry of
common household cleaning materials.

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 11, Grade 12
How the elements found in the universe were formed How the properties of matter relate to their chemical structure How physics helps us understand the Cosmos
Educators, Learners
Explain the effect of
intermolecular forces on the
properties of substances Explain how the properties of
the above materials are
determined by their structure

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