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Lecture1-Conjugation-2 - Organic Chemistry IIA CHE 322...

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9/21/11 11 Organic Chemistry IIA CHE 322 Summer 2010
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9/21/11 22 Organic Chemistry Staff: Zachary Katsamanis [email protected] Office Hours: MW 2:00-4:00 Chem 513 Watch for announcements on changes to timeand location.
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9/21/11 33 Organic Chemistry Staff: TA OfficeHours on Syllabus Held in Chemistry Learning Center (chembuilding room312) Dave Galler Ida Li Fred Rubino Simon Tong
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9/21/11 44 solutions manual (on blackboard free!) Stuff you will need: the textbook i>clicker2 FREE! Other useful stuff: a Blackboard email address a notebook for working problems Organic Chemistry Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual
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9/21/11 How to obtain course information Blackboard: https://blackboard.stonybrook.edu/webapps/login/ Check often for Announcements. Coursesyllabus, schedule, HW problems and solutions, lectures and other files can befound under Documents. Workshop Part I is under Assignments. UseDiscussion Board for help. 55
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9/21/11 Clicker quizzes will be important in organic chemistry. a clicker A good performance on clicker quizzes can earn you points toward your final grade. Clicker quizzes 60 Workshops 60 Midterms 300 Final 180 Total 600 All exams will be based upon the class quizzes, workshops and assigned problems 66 A = 85-100% B = 66-84% C = 51-65% D = 41-50% F = 0- 40 % Please register your clicker on Blackboard!
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9/21/11 Clicker quizzes 60 Workshops 60 Midterms 300 Final 180 Total 600 All exams will be based upon the class quizzes, workshops and assigned problems 77 You can obtain a maximum of 84 clicker quiz points, but only 60 will count. (Bring extra batteries!) You can also obtain a maximum of 72 workshop points, but only 60 will count. There are no make ups or excused workshops and lectures.
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9/21/11 Workshops Part I (3 pts): onlinequiz on Blackboard, under Assignments 80% - 3 pts, 50% - 2 pts, <50% - 1 pt Begins Tue 5 pm and ends at Fri 5 pm Begins Fri 5 pm and ends at Tue 7 am This week’s deadline: WS1 – Wed. 7 am Part II (3 pts): recitation sections, involve working in a group to complete a set of problems. 88
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9/21/11 Exams You areallowed onehand-written 5’’ x 8’’ index card, as your “cheat” sheet, for each exam. All Exams areduring normal lecturehours. ExamI - Wednesday, July 20 ExamII - Monday, August 1 99
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9/21/11 Important Dates v July 13 (Wed): v Last day to add without permission (latefee). v July 15 (Fri): v Last day to add with permission. v Last day to swap sections. v Last day to drop without a “W” on your record and without tuition liability. v August 13 (Sat, three days after ExamIII): 1010
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9/21/11 First Clicker Quiz Question Haveyou taken organic chemII before? Did you takeCHE 321 at SBU this summer? 1111 (A) YES YES (B) YES NO (C) NO YES (D) NO NO (E) I never took organic chem I
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9/21/11 Second Clicker Quiz Question Which best represents your current level with thematerial from organic chemistry I?
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