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Unformatted text preview: Welcome to CHEM 1310 General Chemistry Today’s lecture given by Today’ Dr. Paul Wine [email protected] Any questions about course, lab, web access? 1.) Contact your TA first 2.) Email: [email protected] CHEM 1310 An integrated lab / lecture course designed to help you succeed • Lab (Dr. Leigh Bottomley) (Dr. Bottomley) – Pre-lab quizzes, experimentation, post-lab report Prepost– MS Excel taught throughout the semester for Report generation • Lecture – In-lecture presentations and PRS quizzes In– Post-lecture HW assignments to assess learning Post- • Supplemental Instruction (recitation recitation) – Small sections for problem solving, prepare for HW, exams, lab – Two types: GIG and traditional sections. • Tutoring – School of Chemistry, Success Ctr. Programs, Freshman Experience, OMED • Exams – One-hour exams (3) and three-hour final exam Onethree– Grade improvement plan – improved performance on final replaces hour exam scores 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 2 General Chemistry Lecture Sections Fall 2009 1. Dr. B. Shepler (8 MWF) Section J 2. Dr. Brown (9 MWF) Section L 3. Dr. Williams (10 MWF) Section A 4. Dr. Sherrill (10 MWF) Section HP 5. Dr. Wine / Dr. El-Sayed (11 MWF) Section I 6. Dr. Wine / Dr. El-Sayed (12 MWF) Section C 7. Dr. Perry (1 MWF) Section E 8. Dr. Cox (2 MWF) Section G 9. Dr. C. Shepler (3 MWF) Section N 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 3 Text: Paper or e-book available • Item A. Customized GT package – Lecture Text: Chemical Principles, 6th Ed., by Steven Zumdahl. Zumdahl. – WebAssign Access code – Student Solutions Manual Access • Access via WebAssign website, by Chapter • Odd-numbered problems Oddsolved. • Item B. Lab Manual • Item C. Personal Response unit (Rf, not (Rf, IR) • Item D. Calculator +, -, *, /, ln and log http://gatech.bkstore.com/ Course Introduction http://www.engrbookstore.com/ • Other materials – Lock for your Lab Desk. You may use any lock you wish. You may also purchase a “keycontrolled” Master lock from the stockroom or Barnes & Noble. – Lab Glasses or Goggles-ALWAYS!! – Lab apron (optional but recommended, especially if you have nice clothes!) – NOTE: You should maintain a balance of at least $30 on your Buzz Card so that you can pay for any fees you might incur in lab (breaking glassware, renting safety goggles, etc). Payment will be made at the Annex stockroom. – NOTE: You will not be permitted to work in lab unless you are wearing safety glasses or goggles and closed shoes. August 17-21 and Aug. 24-28, the Chemistry 1724Graduate Student Forum will be selling safety Course Introduction goggles, locks, and aprons suitable for the labs 5 Chem 1310 Grading • • • • Daily Work 3 Hour Exams Final Exam Laboratory Total 20% 40% (10, 15, 15) 20% 20% 100% Daily Work includes In-Recitation GIG InIn-class Quizzes InPost-Lecture HW Post- 5% 5% (PRS) 10% (WebAssign) (WebAssign) Some of you may have friends or roommates taking General Chemistry this semester There are two recitation models Traditional recitation (Sections J, L, G and N) GIG model recitation (Sections A, C, I and E) GIG ≡ Group−Individual−Group Group− Individual− Scoring for the Daily Work is handled differently in the different recitation models 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 6 Attendance • Expected in lecture – • PRS credit will be given for frequent unannounced quizzes (attendance required to get points for these quizzes) Required in laboratory – • Policy: You must pass lab (>60%) to pass the course Strongly Expected in GIG Recitation – – Student driven Problem solving, Q&A 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 7 Course Grades • • • • A B C D > 85% > 75% > 65% > 55% Maybe more lenient based on final course data Progress Reports All 1000 and 2000 level courses Satisfactory and Unsatisfactory Sept. 25, 2009 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 8 • Grade Improvement Plan – Replace hourly exams with improved Final exam scores; must attempt prior exam for this to apply. apply. • “Crib Sheets” on all Hour Exams Sheets” – One 8.5 x 11 in. single sided handwritten page for each exam • A crib sheet may not be permitted on the final exam. 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 9 Grade Improvement Plan Course % Final Score Exam 1 10 Part A Greater of Part A or Exam 1 Exam 2 15 Part B Greater of Part B or Exam 2 Exam 3 15 Part C Greater of Part C or Exam 3 Part D (Chapter 16 & 17 and Part D Lab related questions) PRS 5 Homework 15 Final 20 Lab 20 Course 100 Pre and post lecture HW Final (A+B+C+D) Must have > 60% to pass course Final exam could count as little as 20% or as much as 60% of course grade 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 10 Laboratory Grade: You must pass Laboratory to pass the overall course. course. Teaching Assistants will have the responsibility for establishing laboratory grades. Students are graded on pre-lab quizzes, lab reports, lab technique and attitude, and lab practicum. A grade of 60% or better in the lab is considered passing. Grades in the 50-59% range may be considered under 50unusual and exceptional circumstances. Below 55% the extenuating circumstances must documented. Under no circumstances will lower laboratory grades be considered. At the beginning of the term, you will be asked to read and sign a pledge that laboratory reports and data gathering are your own, even when using partners. If you fail Chem 1310, you must also retake the laboratory component of the course. 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 11 CHEM 1310 Fall 2009 Lecture and Exam Schedule Monday Wednesday Friday Aug. 17 Introduction Stoichiometry (3) Stoichiometry (3) Aug. 24 Stoichiometry (3) Types of Reactions (4) Types of Reactions (4) Aug. 31 Quantum (5) Quantum (5) Quantum (5) Sept. 7 Holiday Quantum (5) Bonding (6) Sept. 14 Bonding (6) Bonding (6) Bonding (6) Sept. 21 Gas Laws (8) Gas Laws (8) Int. Forces (9) Sept. 28 Int. Forces (9) Vapor Pressure (10) Vapor Pressure (10) Oct. 5 Holiday Equilibrium (11) Equilibrium (11) Oct. 12 Acid-Base Chem (12) Acid-Base Chem (12) Acid-Base Chem (12) Oct. 19 Acid-Base Chem (12) Aqueous Equilibrium (13) Aqueous Equilibrium (13) Oct. 26 Aqueous Equilibrium (13) Aqueous Equilibrium (13) Aqueous Equilibrium (13) Nov. 2 Thermodynamics (14) Nov. 9 Thermodynamics (15) Thermodynamics (15) Thermodynamics (15) Nov. 16 Thermodynamics (15) Kinetics (17) Kinetics (17) Nov. 23 Kinetics (17) Kinetics (17) Holiday Nov. 30 Electrochemistry (16) Electrochemistry (16) Thermodynamics (14) Date Thermodynamics (14) Electrochemistry (16) Content Test 1 September 23, 2009 Ch. 3, 4, 5, 6 Test 2 October 21, 2009 Ch. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Test 3 November 18, 2009 Ch. 13, 14, 15 Final Exam days and times vary by lecture section See OSCAR for schedule; tentatively; MWF 11: Thursday, Dec. 10, 8:00-10:50 8:00MWF 12: Monday, Dec. 7, 11:30-2:20 11:308/17/2009 Course Introduction 12 PRS • Conceptual Questions – Multiple choice questions will be asked in lecture throughout the semester • Scoring – – – 2 points correct 1 point wrong 0 points no response First use of PRS (including some instruction) will be in class on Monday, August 24 Course Introduction Course Websites • T-Square for lecture – – – – – www.tsquare.gatech.edu Syllabus, schedule, assignments Lecture notes Practice exams, keys Gradebook • WebAssign – www.WebAssign.net – Textbook’s Student Solution Manual (SSM) Textbook’ (Link in T-square to SSM) T– More, supplemental materials (videos, flashcards, etc.) – Post-lecture assignments, on-line submissions (called PostonHW) – Bonus HW assignments • T-Square for Lab component – Lab experiments and post-lab reports post- Course Introduction 14 Lecture Notes • Lecture notes are posted on T-Square T- www.tsquare.gatech.edu • They are skeletal notes which should be supplemented by student note taking. 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 15 WebAssign HW and Bonus HW assignments • HW assignments (10 % course ) – – – – 11 assignments (100 points each) Drop 1 lowest attempted Due midnight on date indicated 5 submissions allowed (no hints) 90% if correct except for # of significant figures 100% if correct with significant figures • Bonus HW (extra credit) – – • Anytime, deadline by midnight December 4th. (Last day of classes) Optional bonus assignment, can earn up to 100 additional points Maximum possible 1100 out of 1000 = 110% maximum – 8/17/2009 Or 11/101 of course vs. 10/100 Course Introduction 16 HW Post-Lecture Assignments PostAccess via WebAssign Due Date Assignment 24 Aug. 2009 Chapters Homework Point Value Intro WebAssign 100 31 Aug. 2009 1 2, 3, 4 1 100 14 Sept. 2009 2 5 2 100 21 Sept. 2009 3 6 3 100 28 Sept. 2009 4 8 4 100 7 Oct. 2009 5 9, 10 5 100 12 Oct. 2009 6 11 6 100 19 Oct. 2009 7 12 7 100 2 Nov. 2009 8 13 8 100 23 Nov. 2009 9 14, 15 9 100 30 Nov. 2009 10 17 10 100 4 Dec. 2009 11 16 11 100 All chapters BONUS Max 100 4 Dec. 2009 For Practice: try odd numbered end of chapter problems, then check your solution by Accessing the Student Solutions Manual via Link in T-Square Resources Folder / Student Aids or directly via Course Introduction 17 http://www.cengage.com/custom/static_content/OLC/GATechSSM/1273 04_SSM_finalV2%20(flashpaper).pdf Honor Code • Cheating • Plagiarism • Violation reporting – If caught, you will be dealt with according to the GT Academic Honor Code http://www.honor.gatech.edu • When working on written assignments (lab and/or GIG), you may work with other students in the class. However, you must turn in separate handwritten assignments. If you do collaborate, include the names of those that you collaborated with. 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 18 THE END Slides containing additional introductory material (including info. about WebAssign) posted on T-Square. WebAssign) TBring Chapter 3 student slides to next class. Reading in Textbook for first week: Chapters 1 − 3 and Appendices 1 & 2 8/17/2009 20 PRS transmitter 1st Purchase a PRS unit from bookstore(s). Only need one unit to use with multiple classes (can also, sell back during finals week) 2nd You will need to enter your 9 digit student ID (902………) in the Rf-PRS (see demo for use and ID entry) http://www.gtcocalcomp.com/InterWriteFiles/p rsrfonlinetraining/Clicker%20Setup.html 3rd PRS will be used in class August 24 week. With the Rf units, students join the class automatically. Do not loan or borrow PRS units. Your data will be lost. 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 21 http://tsquare.gatech.edu/ 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 22 Course Website http://tsquare.gatech.edu/ • T-Square – Policies, Schedules – Lecture Notes – Exams (practice exams, answer keys) – Course Announcements – Gradebook http://tsquare.gatech.edu/ 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 23 Printing PDF files • Demo on pdf file – Click print – Click Properties – In the Layout Tab, select the number of pages per sheet by dropping down the menu for 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 24 Course Websites too many !!! • T-Square – Syllabus, schedule, assignments – Lecture notes – Old exams, keys • WebAssign – – – – submissions Textbook student solution manual Post-lecture assignments, on-line submissions Bonus HW submissions • T-Square – Lab experiments and post-lab reports 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 25 WebAssign Demo Access via WebAssign www.webassign.net • www.webassign.net 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 26 WebAssign Access for Pre-lecture (traditional recitations) and Post-lecture Homework and BONUS HW (all sections) Username: for example, if your GT account name is myname3, then your WebAssign username is myname3. Institution: gatech Password: 8/17/2009 Initially this is your 9 digit GTid number Course Introduction 27 The following WebAssign access codes apply to the specific lecture sections. Course Course Access Key Dr. Williams (10 am): Dr. Wine/Dr. El-Sayed (11 am) Dr. Wine/Dr. El-Sayed (12 pm) Dr. Perry (1 pm) gatech 0622 3291 gatech 0622 3291 gatech 0622 3291 gatech 0622 3291 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 28 For All Sections HW Post-lecture Assignments Access via WebAssign HW Due Mondays by midnight, or as indicated Correspond to End of Chapter Problems 5 submission, No hints Don’t forget the Zumdahl text “Students Solutions Manual” and your recitation for help 8/17/2009 Course Introduction See WebAssign or next slide 31 PRS registration • Will be automatically preformed in class when you “join” a session • You must answer “questions” to earn credit, “joining” does not earn credit. • First use for credit Monday, August 24 WebAssign registration before • All sections , First HW assignments due before Monday, August 31, 11:59 PM – Intro to WebAssign (due 8/24) – Chapter 2, 3, 4 problems (due 8/31, 100 points) 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 32 WebAssign • Link for Student Solutions Manual – all solutions to odd numbered end-ofchapter problems • Access 1) via link in T-square or 2) Announcement in WebAssign or 3) directly or http://www.cengage.com/custom/static _content/OLC/GATechSSM/127304_S SM_finalV2%20(flashpaper).pdf 4) Save pdf file for future use 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 33 Chemistry at Tech is way more intense than Chemistry in high school. – Prepare ahead of time for the faster pace. • Keep up with reading, homework and practice problems • Study Groups – Try forming informal study groups • Fall 2009 Tutorial Room – Place: Chem Annex Room 50 (computer cluster room) – Times TBD • Tutoring also available with Student Success, Freshmen Experience and OMED • Read “Course Materials and How to Study Chem 1310” pdf file in TSquare 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 34 Reading • Zumdahl Chapter 1, 2, 3 • Appendix 1 and 2 • Read, Read, Read • Work Problems, Work Problems, Work Problems Examples / Exercises (be able to do these, some covered in class) – Zumdahl text Chapter 3 – All (3.1 thru 3.4) Pre-lecture and Post-lecture Assignments posted • See WebAssign for assigned problems 8/17/2009 Course Introduction 35 ...
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