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Unformatted text preview: Chemistry 10
Instructor: Mark Bishop Who’s it for?
• Non-science majors
• Those who learn well on their
own. Sources of Information
• Text – main focus for exam
• Videos – interest, applications,
• Saturday Question Sessions
• Web Site – PowerPoint slides,
Glossaries, Tutorials, and other links.
• Saturday Lab Experiments Minimum Steps
• • Read chapter quickly…low
Attend class where lecture
clarifies information and labs are
Learn Glossary terms…will be on
exam. Practice by doing online
glossary quizzes. Minimum Steps
• Work end-of-chapter problems…the same
problems will be on exam. The answers to
selected problems are in the Student Study
Guide. The unanswered problems are similar
to the answered ones.
• View videotapes whenever you can and turn in
a simple summary of each. The summary can
just be the notes you take as you watch the
tapes. It doesn’t need to be neat.
• If you have time, work WebCT quizzes for each
chapter. You get 2/2 points for each quiz
completed with greater than 70%. How to Find Me
Office PS 208-D
Office Phone 646-4156
http://www.mpcfaculty.net/mark_bishop/ Books and Equipment
– An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark
– Study Guide and Selected Solutions
for An Introduction to Chemistry by
– Chemistry 10 Laboratory Manual • Equipment
– Safety Goggles Grading
< 50% credit/no credit available ...
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- Fall '06