Smart Syllabus For 9th Class Chemistry

Smart Syllabus For 9th Class Chemistry is given below:

CHAPTER NO. 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY
Chemistry and branches of chemistry, Basic Definitions (matter, substance,
homogeneous and heterogeneous mixture, physical and chemical properties),
Elements, Compound and Mixture, Difference between a compound and a mixture,
Atomic Number and Mass Number, Example 1.1, Relative Atomic Mass and
Relative Mass Unit, Empirical formula and Molecular formula, Molecular mass and
Formula mass, Example 1.2; 1.3, Types of Molecules, Avogadro’s Number, Mole
and Molar mass, Example 1.4, Chemical Calculations, Mole-Mass Calculations,
Example 1.5, Mole-Particle Calculations, Example 1.6,1.7(pp. 4-14; 16-22).

Practicals:
Separateitheigiven mixture of iron filingsiand sand by physical method.
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1, 2, 6, 7, 8-13) (pp.24-25)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (1-8, 10, 11, 12, 14-17, 19) (pp.25-26);
Long Answer Questions (1, 2, 4) (p.26); Numericals (1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9) (p.26)

CHAPTER 2: STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
Rutherford’s Atomic Model, Defects in Rutherford’s Model, Bohr’s Atomic Theory,
Electronic Configuration, Examples: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, Electronic Configuration of First
18 Elements (pp. 31-37), definition of isotopes types and uses of isotopes.
Practicals:
No Practical
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (3-9) (p.42)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3-13) (pp. 42-43); Long Answer Questions
(4-10) (p.43)

CHAPTER 3: PERIODIC TABLE AND PERIODICITY OF PROPERTIES
Definition of Periodic Law, Modern Periodic Table, Periods and Groups, Periodicity
of Properties (definition and trends in periods and groups in Atomic Size and Atomic
Radius, Shielding Effect, Ionization Energy, Electron Affinity, and
Electronegativity. (pp. 46-56).
Practicals:
No practical
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1, 2, 6, 7, 10) (pp.56-57)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3, 4, 7-9) (p.57); Long Answer Questions
(8-10) (p.57)

CHAPTER 4: STRUCTURE OF MOLECULES
Chemical Bonds, Types of Chemical Bond, Ionic Bond, Covalent Bond and its
types, Dative or Coordinate Covalent Bond, Polar and Non-Polar Covalent Bond,
Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces (Dipole-Dipole Interaction, Hydrogen
Bonding) (Page 59-68).
Practicals:
No practical
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (5-8, 11-13, 17) (p.72-73)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (4, 5, 7, 8, 10-14) (pp.73-74); Long Answer
Questions (1, 4-8) (p.74)

CHAPTER 5: PHYSICAL STATES OF MATTER
Boyle’s Law, Experimental Verification of Boyle’s Law, Charles’s Law,
Experimental Verification of Charles’s Law, Evaporation, Vapour Pressure, Boiling
Point, Freezing and Melting Point, Density
(pp. 78-83, 84-90). Definition gas, liquid, solid and allotropy

Practicals:
Determine the melting point of naphthalene.
Determine the boiling point of ethyl alcohol.
Separateitheigivenimixtureiof alcohol andiwater by distillation.
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (2, 7, 9-11) (p.93)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3, 4,5, 7) (p.94); Long Answer Questions (1-4) (p.94);
Numericals (2-5, 7-9) (pp. 94-95;

CHAPTER 6: SOLUTIONS
Definitions of following terms with example: {Solution (i-solute ii-solvent),
Aqueous Solutions, Saturated Solution, Unsaturated Solution, Supersaturated
Solution, Dilution of Solution, Percentage (Mass/Mass Percentage, Mass/Volume
Percentage, volume/ mass percentage, Volume/Volume Percentage), Molarity with
formula, Preparation of Molar Solution, example 6.2 & 6-3, Dilution of Solution
Solubility (pp. 97-104).
Practicals:
Prepare 100cm3 of 0.1M Sodium Carbonate (Na2CO3) solution.
Prepare 100cm3 of 0.1M Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) solution from the given 1M
solution.
Demonstrate that temperature affects solubility.
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (4,8, 11-13) (pp.110-111)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (12) (p.111); Long Answer Questions (1-4)
(p.112). Numericals (2,4-5,6) (p.112). .

CHAPTER 7: ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Definitions of Oxidation and Reduction Reactions with examples, Oxidation and
Reduction in terms of Loss or Gain of Electrons, Oxidation State and Rules for
Assigning Oxidation State, Examples: 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, definition of Oxidizing and
Reducing Agents with examples, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, definition of
Electrolytes (weak and strong electrolyte) non-electrolyte, Corrosion and its
Prevention, Rusting of Iron, Prevention of Corrosion, Prevention of Corrosion by
Physical Methods, definition and method Electroplating(electroplating of silver and
chromium) (pp. 114-124, 128-132).
Practicals:
No practical
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1-5-6, 8-10) (p.135)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (8-13, 17-22) (p.136); Long Answer
Questions(1,2,4,7,9-10) (p.137)

CHAPTER 8: CHEMICAL REACTIVITY
Definition types and properties of Metals, Electropositive Character and its trends in
periods and groups, Inertness of Noble Metals (silver, gold and platinum), definition

and properties of Non-Metals, Comparison of Reactivity of the Halogens, Important
Reactions of Halogens (reaction with hydrogen, water, methane and NaOH) (pp.
138-141, 144-148).
Practicals:
Demonstrate that Some Chemical Processes Absorb Energy.
Questions:
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1-3, 7-11) (pp.150-151)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3-12) (p.151); Long Answer Questions
(2,3,5,7-9,11) (p.151)

What is Smart Syllabus?

The Punjab Textbook Board announced the introduction of a new syllabus on August 5 called Smart Syllabus. This syllabus is fifty percent of the full year syllabus. According to some reports, it is also being said that this syllabus will be 60% of the syllabus of the whole year.

For Which Classes Smart Syllabus will be available?

The Punjab Textbook Board has announced the introduction of a new syllabus for the annual examinations 2021 for first class to tenth class which has been named as Smart Syllabus. This syllabus was started in all public and private schools from September 2020 and will be completed by February 2021. The annual exams 2021 will also be taken on the basis of the same smart syllabus. This syllabus is 50% of the commonly given syllabus. This syllabus has also been made available on the internet after its publication and has been sent to all public and private schools.

For Which Classes Smart Syllabus is available?

At present only ninth and tenth grade syllabus has been provided which has also been started in all public and private schools.

Why Smart Syllabus is given to students?

It was unanimously decided by all the provinces that smart syllabuses should be given to the children so that next year’s annual examinations 2021 could be taken on time. The teachers also said that if the syllabus was not shortened, the children would be able to take the annual exams on time next year 2021.

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Smart Syllabus for 11th and 12th Class:

Eleventh and twelfth grade smart syllabus have not been introduced yet. It is also being heard that smart syllabuses of class XI and XII will not be given while students are also getting angry about how they will be able to give exams on time next year without smart syllabus so they should also be given smart syllabuses.

Smart Syllabus For Federal Board:

Let me also tell you that the Federal Board has already introduced smart syllabus for Class IX and Class X.

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