First Lecture Review - Welcome to CHEM 203 Professor: Joel...

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Welcome to CHEM 203 Professor: Joel Shulman TA’s: Derek Jones Dan Lewallen 0
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Information for Chemistry 203 Prof. Shulman Office: 200 Crosley Phone: 556-9212 E-mail: joel.shulman@uc.edu Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:30-11:00 a.m. Wednesday, 10:00-11:00 a.m. Or by appointment Blackboard contains key info Watch for messages. PowerPoints will be posted several days before class. Practice exams will be posted. You can still use OWL for practicing problems. Personal Response System—10% of grade 0
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Supplemental Instructors (SI) Teresa Cook David Siler THEY ARE THERE TO HELP YOU. ATTEND SESSIONS WHEN YOU CAN.
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Expectations for Chem 203 You will keep up with the course material. You will remember and be able to use the material from Chem 201 and Chem 202. Especially Chapters 16-18 You will be able to do arrow-pushing mechanisms. You will come to see me as soon as you think you are having a problem. This course will emphasize applications of what you learn, not brute memorization. 0
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Grades in Chem 203 500 total points 2 mid-term exams @ 100 points each 200 6 quizzes (drop 1) @ 20 points each 100 Final exam (ACS Comprehensive Exam) 150 PRS points 50 500 APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE grade distribution 420+ points = A/A- 320-420 points = B+/B/B- 225-320 points = C+/C/C- 0
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Use of PowerPoint Please print out PowerPoint slides before class. Student version of slides will be on Blackboard several days before you need them. Most people find that printing 3 slides/page works best. Full version of slides (including PRS questions) will go onto Blackboard after a chapter is done. 80-90% of you will like the use of PowerPoint in this class. Use your print version to take notes. If you are in the 10-20% who don’t like the use of PPT, here is what I would suggest. 0
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Personal Response System Three purposes to its use To encourage you to come to class To provide me with feedback on your understanding of concepts To provide you with feedback on your understanding of concepts PRS scoring At least 4 questions per lecture Maximum of 3 points given per lecture, except 4 for the lectures just before each mid-term, or as otherwise noted You get 1 point for being here, even if you get all questions wrong. If you forget your transmitter, I’ll let you bring me your answer to each question on a slip of paper before the answer slide goes up. Maximum PRS points for the quarter: 50 0
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Activating Your PRS Transmitter For Old Chem 525 1. Press and release “GO”. 2. While the light is flashing red and green, enter “80” (for this room). 3. Press and release “GO” again. 4. A green light will appear; you are set.
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Are you… Male? Female? 64% 36% 1.
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