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Click to edit Master subtitle style Welcome to CHEM 001 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 0 Section: CC Professor: Joan Schuman PhD email: schumanj @mst.edu Lecture MWF 10:00am-10:50am G3 Schrenk Hall Cell phones Off/Vibrate/Silent Please To Exit G3
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Schrenk 1st 137 131 Professor and TA are available Dr. Joan Schuman 131 Schrenk Hall You may open Fire Doors Chakkaravarthy Chidambareswarapatt ar 137 Schrenk Hall
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Chem 1 Weekly Expectations : Attend all lectures (3 times a week) and participate Attend Recitation (1 time a week) and work quiz Complete reading assignments (blackboard)/online Quiz (MasteringChemistry) Complete online homework (MasteringChemistry)
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Items to Bring to Lecture & Recitation Writing Utensil Pencil & sharpener Mechanical Pencil & Lead Pens (more than one) Eraser Scientific Calculator Notebook Stapler & staples Paper Clips Useful Items Highlighter Clicker”
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Class Contract I make efforts to be here and ready to begin at 10:00, you should as well. If you bring other material (newspaper, laptop, other work) please put it away before class (try checking facebook in a business meeting with the boss!) Turn cell phones off or on vibrate prior to class and don’t text during class. I will refrain as well! If you are too tired to stay awake, leave. I will try to make class interesting, but I’m here to teach not entertain. Your questions are NOT an imposition. Chances are, if you have a question, someone else is thinking the same thing but is too shy to ask it. But please don’t carry on side conversations with fellow students during class!
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Cell Phones, Smartphones, Handhelds, Laptops, Mp3 Players, etc. are Prohibited during testing Graphing Calculators are Prohibited for testing Clickers Only used by name registered STUDENT STANDARD OF CONDUCT: http://registrar.mst.edu/documents/ academic_reg2008-2010.pdf Cheating will result in a score of 0 & be reported to office of UGS
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Lectures Active Participation using clickers
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“Clicker” Response Device 0 RF Receiver Inside of podium Software In presentation Login to CH41 Display Confirms Type 4 , 1 Press to scr oll to sele ct
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Register on Blackboard Add/Drop takes 24hours after given to Registrar Tell the Professor or TA Participant List
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Care of Personal Response Device Avoid storing between books Repair and battery Replacement: MST Bookstore (Havener Center) DIY #0 Philips 2x AAA batteries Do not put things in update port Robust but breakable
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What is your favorite color?
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  • Spring '08
  • COLLIER
  • pH, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, Nivaldo J. Tro, Schrenk Hall, Collier Joan Schuman Nicholas Dudenhoeffer Sasi Siddabattuni Terry Bone Thomas Schuman Travis McDowell

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