About this Course

  • Objective Questions
  • Flashcards
  • Live Tuition
  • Interactive Notes
  • Mind Map
  • Printable Notes (pdf)
  • Recorded Video Lesson
Access Limit: 1200 minutes 0 seconds
Course expires on 2020-12-31

Duration: 1 hour
[Note: Lesson on 2 January (New Year Holiday) is cancelled. Lesson on 23 January (Chinese New Year Holiday) will be replaced by a video lesson.]
Tutor: Mr Kwee SK

Maximum Number of Students/Class
Owing to the limit of the bandwidth, currently, the maximum number of seats available in each classroom is 25, on a first come, first serve basis. Your access to the classroom will be denied if the number of students has exceeded the limit. However, you can still access to the recorded version of the lesson after the lesson is delivered.

Available feature:

  1. Live lessons
  2. Recorded lessons (See "sample"http://www.onlinetuition.com.my/preview/443/player.html)
  3. Printable note (In pdf format)
  4. Presentation slide (The slides tutor used in teaching. See sample*)
  5. Interactive Exercise (See sample*)
  6. Interactive Flashcard (See sample*)
  7. Interactive Mind Map (See sample*)
  8. Discussion board (For student to ask question at any time. The question will be email to the tutor and the tutor will reply as soon as possible.

*Note: Sample given may be from other topic

Planned lessons:

Form 4 Chapter 2: Structure of Atom

  1. Matter
    1. Diffusion as the Proof of Particulate Nature of Matter
    2. Brownian Motion as the Proof of Particulate Nature of Matter
    3. Types of Particles
    4. Symbol of Elements
  2. Kinetic Theory of Matter
  3. State of Matter
    1. Inter-conversion between States of Matter
    2. Heating Curve
    3. Cooling Curve
    4. Supercooling
    5. Melting Point, Boiling Point and State of Matter
  4. Structure of Atom
    1. History of Development of the Model of Atom
      1. John Dalton
      2. J.J. Thomson
      3. Ernest Rutherford
      4. Neils Bohr
      5. James Chadwick
    2. Modern Atomic Model
    3. The subatomic particles of an atom
    4. The charge of particles
    5. Proton number and nucleon number
    6. Isotopes
  5. Electron Configuration in Atom
    1. Valence electrons

MyHomeTuition.com’s online tuition is designed for students who would like to score A or A+ in their SPM exam, and ready to work for it. The course is designed by our tutor and e-learning course designer, Mr Kwee. The course is designed in such a way that it is

  1. Easy to be understood
  2. Easy to be remembered (Mind Maps and Flashcards)
  3. Exam oriented (Frequently asked question in exam and solution)
  4. Easy to be revised (Revise in 1 day)

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