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Day 4 Chapter 2 Chemistry
This first youtube video has some extra information, but explains the basics in a really nice way.
This next video was explained by a freshman in HIGH SCHOOL! So, I know you can "get it" :)
The soundtrack on this one is really loud (so turn down your speakers!!!)
Youtube Assignment #2
Happy Thursday! Your second Youtube Assignment is due by Monday at 8:50. Remember, we don't have class Monday because it's Labor Day (YAY!) so I won't see you until Wednesday. On Wednesday, we'll talk about Chapter 3, and I'll talk about our first exam, which will be Friday, September 9th.
This Youtube Assignment has SIX videos, but they only total about 20 minutes. Make sure to include notes from all six videos. I guarantee at least one test question about EACH video. Find the main points. Use bullets or numbers when writing your notes. Be thoughtful and thorough and complete.
Turning it in is the same as before: Put your notes in a Google document. Your UA email account has Google docs that you can use. To open a Google doc, open your UA email. Go to the upper left hand corner of the screen, click on "documents." Click on "create new," and then the first option is "Document." Click on that. Click on "Untitled Document" and name your document in this format: last name, first name, date, 3100:103:003. Your document MUST have this format. After you write your notes, click on "Share" and then click on share again. Under "Add People" put in my email address email@example.com Click on Share and Save - and I'll get an email telling me you did it.
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Hope you all had a fabulous weekend, that you got some rest (I know I was freaking TIRED after last week), and that you're ready to go! Make sure you've read and understand Chapters 1 + 2 as we work this week. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.
Amy Hollingsworth is The Natural Science Biology Lab Coordinator and Part-time Lecturer. She is also working on a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on STEM education