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Lesson Plan

Lesson : d-Block Elements (IV)

Aim :

To study the uses of d-block elements and their compounds.

Learning Outcomes :

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to state the uses of d-block elements and their
compounds.

Assumed prior knowledge :

Students should already be familiar with :

1. the function of catalysts

2. the definition of alloys

3. the processes or reactions involved in :


- the polymerisation of ethene
- the hydrogenation of alkenes
- the industrial manufacture of ammonia and sulphuric acid.

Underlying Principles

1. Making the invisible, visible.

2. Enabling students to know what to look for.

Differentiation

Questions in the student notes are designed to enable all students to complete the activity.
The pop-up answers are provided for the students to view when they have considered their
responses. Worksheet questions include questions that require recall, understanding and
application of the new concepts learned.

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Development of Lesson :

No. Steps Strategy Resources


1 Set Induction. • Teacher to quiz students to ensure that
(Ascertaining prior they have the prior knowledge required.
knowledge and
introducing lesson • Teacher to point out the lesson objectives
topic for the day). for the day.

2 Student Activity Teacher to go through Activity 1 with the • Courseware


students.

Activity 1 : Uses

Students get to view the uses of some


d-block elements and their compounds.

3 Evaluation • Students to answer questions in the • Worksheet


worksheet on their own.

4 Extension activity • Students to read up reference materials • References


on their own.

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Worksheet Answers

1. Uses

1.1 a.
Process Equation Formula of catalyst

Ostwald 4NH3 + 5O2 4NO + 6H2O Pt-Rh

Contact 2SO2 + O2 2SO3 V 2O5

Haber 3H2 + N2 2NH3 Fe

Polymerisation nCH2 CH2 (CH2CH2)n TiCl4/Al(C2H5)3


of ethene

Hardening of RCH CH2 + H2 RCH2CH3 Ni or Pt or Pd


vegetable oil

b. Heterogeneous catalyst.
The catalyst and the reactants are in different phases in the above processes.

1.2 a. About 18%

b. Cr2O3

1.3 A

1.4

Use Metal

Railway rails Mn
Ball bearing Co
Heating element in an
Ni and Cr
electric toaster

1.5 a. TiO2

b. To make coloured paint opaque

c. As a filler

d. TiO2 is non-toxic and does not blacken when exposed to H2S.

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