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Unformatted text preview: Presentation
for
Chem
1310
–
HP
 When
discussing
the
experimental
results
be
sure
to
use
graphs
(powerpoint
and
excel
are
 encouraged).
We
can
provide
you
access
with
a
computer
to
use
with
the
projection
LCD
in
the
 laboratory.
The
experimental
procedure
and
the
results
should
be
thoroughly
discussed
including
 a
discussion
of
the
calculations
involved
to
obtain
the
given
result.
 The
introduction
must
discuss
the
objectives,
goals,
and
main
points
for
the
experiment,
and
the
 students
responsible
for
the
introduction
must
link
all
parts
together
for
a
concluding
discussion.

 A
few
points
about
the
presentation:
 • • • • The
presentations
should
run
between
8
to
10
minutes.

 Every
group
member
is
required
to
contribute
to
the
discussion.
 When
presenting
data,
the
final
tabulated
data
should
be
presented.
 The
experimental
procedures
should
be
discussed.
 A
few
points
about
the
introduction/conclusion:
 • • • • The
introduction
should
clearly
describe
the
objectives
of
the
experiment.
 Should
include
a
discussion
of
rate
laws
and
the
Arrhenius
equation.
 Must
cite
any
references
used
(within
the
slides).
 The
conclusion
must
tie
all
data
together
to
provide
a
coherent
summary
of
the
experiment.
 What
was
the
point
of
all
three
parts
of
the
experiment
and
how
did
the
data
fit
together?

 Grading
the
presentation:
 Content
 
 _______/12
 Presentation
Style
 _______/8
 Peer
Review
 
 _______/5
 The
peer
review
will
be
assessed
by
the
individual
members
of
the
group.
Every
group
member
is
 required
to
submit
a
summary
with
their
contribution
to
the
presentation,
as
well
as,
their
group
 members’
contributions.
Everyone
should
rank
their
group
members’
contributions
on
a
scale
of

 0
–
5.
Therefore,
because
each
group
is
roughly
four
students,
a
score
of
out
of
5
will
be
obtained.
 All
grades
on
peer
review
MUST
be
justified
or
you
may
lose
points
for
not
completing
the
 assignment.
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