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00%20Lecture%20spring%202012 - Topics covered in first...

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Topics covered in first lecture powerpoint in Chem 1001 Spring 2012 Instructor Prof. Luigi G. Marzilli (Original material is copyrighted and can not be reproduced without permission; revised based on Aug 2011 lectures) Because all students do not yet have books, I am introducing aspects useful for a general background to aid you in learning required and useful topics later in the semester. I focus on principles underlying chemistry and why you should learn these principles. 1
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MasteringChemistry (MC) contains power point presentations. The Russo and Silver 4 th Ed (R&S) gives you access to the Lecture PowerPoints recommended by Pearson for the R&S text. My lectures are based on these but with errors corrected and additions made. I usually update my file after the lecture is given. I post my lectures in “Course Materials” on right of home page (click on view documents). I am also posting other useful info in this section. Learn how to access these documents in MC. A standard topic you can study if you do not have the text yet is significant figures. A good summary is on next slide. Try downloading the pdf file from documents in MC. 2
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Lectures posted in view documents in MasteringChemistry (MC) are Given titles beginning with numbers such as 00 or 0 etc. in order to keep these in chronological order. (Original material is copyrighted by Prof. Luigi G. Marzilli and can not be reproduced without permission; revised based on Aug 2011 lectures) FIRST TOPICS: Why you should develop skills as high on the Bloom Taxonomy ladder. Then, the secrets underlying chemistry and why you should learn the secrets. The world we see vs. the world too small to see: With some slides from MC power point presentations in various Pearson texts. (We will cover material in more depth as the semester progresses.) 4
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Creativity Synthesis Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge Making decisions and supporting views; requires understanding of values. Combining information to form a unique product; requires creativity and originality. Using information to solve problems; transferring abstract or theoretical ideas to practical situations. Identifying connections and relationships and how they apply. Restating in your own words; paraphrasing, summarizing, translating. Memorizing verbatim information. Being able to remember, but not necessarily fully understanding the material. Bloom’s
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2012 for the course CHEM 1001 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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