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Physical Science 100 Winter 2011 Sections 16-24 Dr./Bro./Prof./Sensei Gee WELCOME! Physical Science 100 377 CB Sections 16-24 Me, Myself, and I square4 Dr./Bro./Prof./Sensei Gee square4 Originally from Cleveland, OH square4 5 children square4 Destined to teach this class square4 Acoustics research Jets, rockets, very large guns square4 My contact info: N-243 ESC 422-1544 [email protected] Teaching Assistant Help square4 You are encouraged to attend the homework help session you signed up for. In addition please use the walk-in help lab in N252 ESC. Some of our best TAs providing hands Some of our best TAs providing hands-on on instruction.
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Clickers square4 “We put the students to sleep with Powerpoint so we have to wake them up with clickers” – Scott Bergeson square4 Register your clicker number by going to http://ps100.byu.edu . square4 Clicker quizzes are worth 2 points per day for a total of 60 points altogether. The highest 30 count. The lowest ~10 are dropped. 2 points for correct answer 1 point for being present with batteries that work. Notes and Syllabus square4 My notes are available on Blackboard. square4 The syllabus is only online at http://ps100.byu.edu. Read it carefully! It has information on Grade scale Exam schedule Homework Exemption exam Lecture schedule square4 In the homework help section this week the TAs will answer all questions about how the class functions. Please attend! Two ways to pass this class square4 Your grade is the better of Homework + quizzes + midterms + final Final square4 The most common grade is an “A”. square4 The second most common grade is “E”. My Advice To You square4 Attitude is (almost) everything square4 Read the chapter before coming to class (it really does help!) square4 Come to class square4 Bring your clicker + extra batteries square4 Take notes square4 Ask questions square4 Learn principles square4 Use the TA’s in N-252 ESC (see schedule online) square4 Don’t underestimate His desire and ability to help you
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