CSEC Chemistry by Mr. Javaughn Deeble



The application of scientific principles and the conduct of relevant research are of significant importance in identifying, assessing and realising the potential of the resources of Caribbean territories. A good foundation in the sciences will help citizens of the Caribbean to respond to the challenges of a rapidly changing world using the scientific approach. Chemistry is concerned with the physical and chemical properties of substances and the interaction of energy and matter. The study of Chemistry involves an investigation into chemical reactions and processes. The discipline seeks to explain and predict events at the atomic and molecular level. Through the principles of Chemistry, students will understand everyday life, nature and technology, and the significance of the well-being of man and the environment.


This syllabus aims to:

  1.  appreciate and understand natural phenomena and the ways in which materials behave;
  2. be aware of the power, impact and influence which Chemistry has in a modern scientific world and to emphasise that there is a responsibility that Chemistry be used for the good of the society and for the preservation of the environment;
  3. appreciate, understand and use methods of science;
  4. see the relevance of Chemistry to everyday life;
  5. appreciate and understand the role of Chemistry in enabling materials to be used in the service of mankind, in the Caribbean and elsewhere;
  6. understand basic chemical concepts in sufficient depth to provide an adequate foundation for specialisation;
  7. develop the spirit of inquiry and to continue the search for new ways in which materials may be used in the service of mankind;
  8. appreciate the inter-relationships among Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics and other subjects;
  9. make use of chemical data, concepts, principles and terminology in communicating chemical information;
  10. develop the ability to work independently and collaboratively with others when necessary;
  11. appreciate the significance and limitations of science in relation to social and economic development;
  12. integrate Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools and skills into the teaching and learning of chemical concepts.

Course Content

Total learning: 119 lessons Time: 104 weeks


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Each individual was born to fulfil a divine purpose, we are all endowed with unique gifts and talents that can be utilized in a meaningful manner. I strongly believe that my purpose is to assist in the betterment and relieving the suffering of humanity. Science, especially the field of medicine has proven to be a great vehicle through which this can be achieved. I am indeed passionate about medicine, particularly the branch of Neurology and feel that I possesses the drive, commitment, work ethic and focus that is needed/required to acquire success in my pursuit of medicine. The medical field needs doctors that are gifted with compassion, knowledge, and an understanding heart to help alleviate the many challenges that people who are unwell might be facing. All persons deserve good medical care, regardless of their age, economic status and or academic abilities. It is my firm conviction that God has directed me to share His love by assisting others and this will be done through medicine. If given the opportunity I have no doubt that I can successfully complete this program and eventually become a great doctor fulfilling my lifelong dream.


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CSEC Chemistry Syllabus


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