1. Learners will be taught which are the appropriate apparatus to be used for their experiments to measure time, temperature, mass and volume, including burettes, pipettes, measuring cylinders and gas syringes, the methods of purification and analysis, as well as the identification of ions and gases.
2. The ability to deduce relative masses and numbers of protons, neutrons and electrons in atomic structures, as well as being proficient in constructing and interpreting chemical equations with state symbols.
3. Understanding the definition of Redox and how it results in gaining or losing of oxygen/hydrogen/electrons when reaction takes place and the characteristics of Acids, Bases, Salts and Ammonia.
4. Understanding the various relationships of elements, metals and their group properties in the Periodic Table and the reactivity series when it comes to Iron.
5. The study of composition of gases in the air, the pollutants and greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.
6. Knowing how to identify homologous series of alkanes, alkenes, alcohol and carboxylic acids.