Year 11 Chemistry

Core Program

Our HSC Year 11 Chemistry course cover key topics, reinforce foundations and focus on typical examinations questions, so students will be more confident at school.

Our term courses are scheduled in line with public school term dates. There are 4 terms per year and usually 10 lessons per term, with one lesson each week. You can commence our courses at any time, however a new term starts in late January, April, July and October.

Our courses enable students to:

  • Develop knowledge of chemistry concepts and the scientific method through theoretical and practical learning
  • Develop all skills and knowledge to fulfil syllabus objectives and outcomes
  • Acquire an extensive range of problem-solving strategies and techniques to maximise exam results
  • Develop and foster self-discipline and efficient study habits
  • Turn hard work and efforts into visible rewards

Our course fees are inclusive of all learning materials. Each lesson includes an experienced educator teaching learning concepts and examples, students completing exercises and homework tasks to reinforce concepts.

We offer face-to-face and online learning options.

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Course Structure
  • 4 terms in a year, 10 weeks in a term
  • 1.5 hour lessons per week, during term
  • Students attend lessons at their allocated time schedule
  • Small class group based
  • Registered teachers
Course Outline

Year 11 CHEMISTRY

Term 1
Week 1 — Module 1 – Separation of Mixtures
Week 2 — Module 1 – Elements and their Nomenclature
Week 3 — Module 1 – Isotopes and Radioisotopes
Week 4 — Module 1 – The Atomic Structure & Electronic Configuration
Week 5 — Module 1 – The Periodic Table
Week 6 — Module 1 – Chemical Bonding (1) – Properties of Compounds
Week 7 — Module 1 – Chemical Bonding (2) – Structure and Shape of Compounds
Week 8 — Revision and Term Test
Week 9 — Module 2 – The Mole Concept
Week 10 — Module 2 – Applications of the Mole Concept

Term 2
Week 1 — Module 2 – Introduction to Concentration and Molarity (1)
Week 2 — Module 2 – Introduction to Concentration and Molarity (2)
Week 3 — Module 2 – Applications of the Mole Concept
Week 4 — Module 3 – Chemical Reactions
Week 5 — Trial Examination
Week 6 — Module 3 – Reactions of Metals
Week 7 — Module 3 – Redox Reactions and the Galvanic cell (1)
Week 8 — Module 3 – Redox Reactions and the Galvanic cell (2)
Week 9 — Module 3 – Factors Affecting Reaction Rate (1)
Week 10 — Module 3 – Factors Affecting Reaction Rate (2)

Term 3
Week 1 — Module 4 – Energy Changes in Reactions
Week 2 — Module 4 – Energy Changes in Reactions
Week 3 — Module 4 – Hess’s Law and Bond Energy
Week 4 — Module 4 – Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy
Week 5 — Trial Examination
Week 6 — Module 5 – Static and Dynamic Equilibrium
Week 7 — Module 5 – Factors Affecting Equilibrium
Week 8 — Module 5 – Equilibrium Constants
Week 9 — Module 5 – Equilibrium Constants
Week 10 — Module 5 – Equilibrium in Context

Term 4 (Year 12 Headstart)
Week 1 — Module 6 – Properties of Acids & Bases
Week 2 — Module 6 – Properties of Acids & Bases
Week 3 — Module 6 – Using Brønsted–Lowry Theory
Week 4 — Module 6 – Strengths of Acids and Bases
Week 5 — Trial Examination
Week 6 — Module 6 – Quantitative Analysis of Acids and Bases (Titration)
Week 7 — Module 6 – Quantitative Analysis of Acids and Bases (Titration II)
Week 8 — Module 6 – Quantitative Analysis of Acids and Bases – Analytical Techniques
Week 9— Module 6 – Buffer Solutions
Week 10 — Module 6 – HSC-Style Questions And Techniques

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