Chemistry ICSE (5 to 8) ICSE Class 6 CISCE Syllabus 2024-25

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CISCE Syllabus 2024-25 ICSE Class 6: The CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for the examination year 2024-25 has been released by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, CISCE. The board will hold the final examination at the end of the year following the annual assessment scheme, which has led to the release of the syllabus. The 2024-25 CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Board Exam will entirely be based on the most recent syllabus. Therefore, students must thoroughly understand the new CISCE syllabus to prepare for their annual exam properly.

The detailed CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for 2024-25 is below.

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CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Course Structure 2024-25 With Marking Scheme

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Syllabus

CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for Chapter 1: Introduction to Chemistry

  • Chemistry and Its Historical Perspective  
  • Importance of Chemistry  
  • Dark Side of Chemistry  

CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for Chapter 2: Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

2.1 Elements, Compounds
  • Matter (Substance)  
    • Matter
    • Creation of Matter
    • Physical Nature of matter
    1. The matter is made up of particles
    2. How small is this particles of matter
    3. Colour, odour, melting point, boiling point, density
    • Chemical properties: Composition, combustibility, activity with acids and bases
  • Types of Matter  
  • Pure Substances  
    • Pure substance
    • Characteristics of Pure substance
    • Examples of Pure Substance
  • Elements  
    • Element
    • Characteristics of Element
    • Common Element
    1. In the universe
    2. In the Earth's crust
    3. Elements in the human Body
    4. Elements in air
    • Birth of the Element
  • Types of Elements: Metals  
    • Metals
    • Occurrence of metal
    • Uses of Metals
  • Physical Properties of Metals  
  • Types of Elements: Non-metal  
    • Non-metals
    • Occurrence of non-metal
    • Uses of Non-metals
  • Physical Properties of Non-metal  
  • Type of Elements: Metalloid  
  • Type of Elements: Noble Or Inert Gases  
  • Symbols Used to Represent Atoms of Different Elements  
  • Compound  
  • Atoms: Building Blocks of Matter  
    • Atoms: Building Blocks of Matter
    • How big are atoms?
    • How do atoms exist?
  • Molecules  
    • Molecule
    • Properties of molecule
  • Classification of Molecules  
  • Formula  
2.2 Mixture
  • Matter (Substance)  
    • Matter
    • Creation of Matter
    • Physical Nature of matter
    1. The matter is made up of particles
    2. How small is this particles of matter
    3. Colour, odour, melting point, boiling point, density
    • Chemical properties: Composition, combustibility, activity with acids and bases
  • Types of Matter  
  • Pure Substances  
    • Pure substance
    • Characteristics of Pure substance
    • Examples of Pure Substance
  • Impure Substance  
  • Compound  
  • Mixture  
  • Types of Mixtures  
  • Formation of Mixtures  
  • Separation of Mixtures  
  • Methods of Separation  
    • Filtration Method  
    • Decantation Method  
    • Handpicking Method  
    • Winnowing Method  
    • Sieving Method  
    • Magnetic Separation Method  
    • Sublimation Method  
    • Solvent Extraction (Using a Separating Funnel Method)  
    • Sedimentation Method  
    • Evaporation Method  
    • Crystallisation Method  
    • Simple Distillation Method  
    • Fractional Distillation Method  

CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for Chapter 3: Matter

3.1 Matter
  • Matter (Substance)  
    • Matter
    • Creation of Matter
    • Physical Nature of matter
    1. The matter is made up of particles
    2. How small is this particles of matter
    3. Colour, odour, melting point, boiling point, density
    • Chemical properties: Composition, combustibility, activity with acids and bases
  • Types of Matter  
  • Composition of Matter  
  • Characteristics of Particles (Molecules) of Matter  
  • States of Matter  
    1. Solid
    2. Liquid
    3. Gas
    • The Solid State  
    • The Liquid State  
    • The Gaseous State  
  • Effects of Heat  
  • Change of State of Matter  
    • Concept of Melting (Fusion)  
      • Melting (Fusion)
      • Melting point
      • Latent heat
      • Latent heat of fusion
      • Heating curve of ice during melting
      • Change in volume on melting
      • Effect of pressure on the melting point
      • Effect of impurities on the melting point
    • Concept of Boiling (Vaporization)  
      • Boiling (Vaporization)
      • Boiling point
      • Latent heat
      • Latent heat of Vaporization
      • The heating curve for water 
      • Change in volume on boiling
      • Effect of pressure on the boiling point
      • Effect of impurities on the boiling point
    • Concept of Condensation (Liquefaction)  
    • Concept of Freezing (Solidification)  
      • Freezing (Solidification)
      • Freezing point
  • Expansion of Substances (Thermal Expansion)  
    • Thermal Expansion
    • Uses of Thermal Expansion
    • Thermal Expansion Examples
    • Expansion of Solids  
      • Linear Expansion
      • Superficial or areal expansion
      • Cubical Expansion or volumetric expansion
      • Some applications in daily life
    • Expansion of Liquids  
      • Expansion in liquids
      1. Real expansion
      2. Apparent expansion
      • Experiment to measure real and apparent expansion of liquid
    • Expansion of Gases  
  • Classification of Change: Reversible and Irreversible Changes  
3.2 Common Laboratory Apparatus and Equipments
  • Importance of 'observation' and 'experiment' in chemistry  
  • Chemistry Laboratory  
  • Precautions to Be Taken in a Chemistry Laboratory  

CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for Chapter 4: Water

  • Water, Our Lifeline  
    • Introduction
    • Water: A Compound
    • Occurrence of water
  • Sources of Water  
  • Change in State of Water  
  • Biogeochemical Cycle  
    • Water Cycle  
      • Water Cycle
      • Evaporation
      • Sublimation
      • Transpiration
      • Condensation
      • Precipitation
      • Runoff
      • Infiltration
      • Percolation
      • Importance of water cycle
      • Human impacts on the water cycle
  • Importance of Water  
  • Anomalous Expansion of Water  
    • Anomalous expansion of water
    • Importance of Anomalous expansion of water
  • Potable Water  
  • Waterborne Diseases Caused by Bacteria  
    • Waterborne Diseases Caused by Bacteria:
    1. Diarrhoea
    2. Dysentery (Shigellosis)
    3. Typhoid Fever Bacteria (Salmonella)
    4. Cholera
  • Waterborne Diseases Caused by Virus  
    • Waterborne Diseases Caused by Virus
    1. Hepatitus A
    2. Hepatitus E
  • Purification of Water  
  • Tap Water Contains Dissolved Impurities  
  • Methods of Separation  
    • Simple Distillation Method  
  • Components of Solutions  
  • Water - a Universal Solvent  
    • Universal Solvent
    • Experiment: To show that ordinary tap water contains dissolved solids.
    • Importance of dissolved salts in water.
    • Air dissolved in water.
    • Experiment: To show that tap water contains dissolved gases (air). 
    • Importance of air dissolved in water.
  • Physical Properties of Water  
    • Physical Properties of Water:
    1. Nature
    2. Boiling point
    3. The freezing point of water or melting point of ice
    4. Density
    5. Anomalous expansion of water
    6. Latent heat of fusion of ice
    7. Latent heat of vaporization of water
    8. Specific heat capacity
  • Water Management (Conservation of Water)  
    • Fresh Water Management  
  • Water Pollution and Its Causes  
    • Water Pollution
    • Causes of Water Pollution
    • Sources of Water Pollution
  • Effects of Water Pollution  
  • Prevention of Water Pollution  
  • Flood  
  • Drought (Famine)  

CISCE ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus for Chapter 5: Air and Atmosphere

  • Air Around Us  
    • Air Around us
    • Properties of air
    • Experiments with an empty bottle
  • Atmosphere and Its Layers  
  • Air is a Mixture  
  • Composition and Components of Air  
  • Components of Air: Oxygen  
  • Importance of Oxygen  
  • Components of Air: Nitrogen  
  • Importance of Nitrogen  
  • Components of Air: Carbon Dioxide  
  • Importance of Carbon Dioxide  
  • Components of Air: Water Vapour  
  • Importance of Air  
  • Photosynthesis: Food-Making Process in Plants  
    • Photosynthesis
    • Requirements for Photosynthesis
  • Process of Photosynthesis  
  • Rusting  
  • Air Pollution and Its Causes  
    • Air Pollution
    • Causes of Air pollution
    • Sources of Air Pollution
  • Effects of Air Pollution  
  • Prevention of Air Pollution  
    • Measures to control air pollution
    • Devices to control air pollution
    1. Electrostatic precipitator (ESP)
    2. Scrubbers
    3. Catalytic converters

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