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EXTRA CREDIT

PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR WORK!

Below is a list of lessons that I haven't created power point presentations for.  Therefore, I will be awarding UP TO* 5 points of Extra Credit for those of you interested in creating a power point presentation for a particular lesson.
 
BEFORE YOU BEGIN ANY WORK, YOU MUST EMAIL ME AND TELL ME WHICH LESSON YOU WILL BE DOING.  ONCE I APPROVE THE LESSON I WILL UPDATE THE LIST AND YOU WILL HAVE UNTIL THE DEADLINE TO COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT. So, look through all of your notes and find a lesson that you wouldn't mind preparing and then send me an email to mrhauptman@yahoo.com with your FULL name and the lesson of your choice for my approval.  Once you receive my approval, you can then begin working on the lesson following the guidelines listed below this list of lessons.  At the current time, I am only permitting ONE lesson per student and only allowing ONE student per lesson, so it is a first come, first served extra credit opportunity.  Once all of the lessons have been completed, I may open it up to other students for multiple submissions to earn some credit as well.  If I see that some lessons are not being completed, I may open it up to students who have already been awarded credit.

Date

Aim

Student

Period

Date Approved

Date Submitted

9/6

What is Chemistry?

completed

 

 

9/6/2007

9/7

Physical/Chemical Properties/Changes

completed

 

 

9/7/2007

9/10

Elements

completed

 

 

9/10/2007

9/11

Elements vs. Compounds/ Mixtures

completed

 

 

9/11/2007

9/12

Separating Mixtures

Christian Schettini

3

4/19/2008

4/20/2008

9/20

Metrics/ Measurements

Daniel Chen

6

4/19/2008

4/20/2008

9/21

Significant Figures

Tom Vuolo

3

4/18/2008

4/25/2008

9/24

Percent Error

Ashaley McDaniel

2

6/6/2008

 

9/25

Density

Adil Hussain

6

6/7/2008

 

10/1

Energy/ Thermometry

Daniel Chen

6

5/31/2008

6/1/2008

10/2

Heating/Cooling Curves

Joshua Schneider

3

4/18/2008

4/21/2008

10/4

Q = mCDT

Sarah-Jane Pinsky

2

4/26/2008

4/27/2008

10/5

Q = mHf, Q = mHv

Anya Govia

9

6/13/2008

 

10/15

KMT, Avogadro's Hypothesis

Dayna Eikeseth

6

4/20/2008

4/26/2008

10/16

Boyles/ Charles's Law

Amy Leong

6

4/23/2008

4/24/2008

10/18

Combined Gas Law practice

Kaitlyn Dixon

6

6/8/2008

 

10/19

Liquids

Shannon Winker

3

6/1/2008

 

10/22

Liquids/Solids

Jin Lin

6

4/18/2008

4/22/2008

10/29

Atomic Theory

Karina Gorodkin

5

4/22/2008

4/24/2008

10/30

Protons, Neutrons, Electrons, Isotopes

Gordon Kern

3

6/6/2008

6/13/2008

11/1

Atomic Mass Calculation

Christian Schettini

3

6/12/2008

 

11/2

Electron Arrangement/ Spectra

Joshua Schneider

3

6/4/2008

6/8/2008

11/5

Spectra Dot Diagrams

Vanessa Angiuli

9

6/13/2008

 

11/9

Radioactivity Intro, Artifical/Natural

Alexandra Rezk

3

4/18/2008

4/24/2008

11/13

Half Life

Jin Lin

6

5/29/2008

6/12/2008

11/15

Half Life Practice

 

 

 

 

11/16

Nuclear Pros/Cons

Zlatko Vurmo

6

2/25/2008

2/25/2008

11/27

Periodic Table Intro

Christina Visconti

3

4/19/2008

4/25/2008

11/29

Properties of Groups

Manar Romhen

5

4/23/2008

4/24/2008

11/30

Trends I

Lareina Grispino

2

4/24/2008

4/27/2008

12/3

Trends II

Rigers Topi

5

4/23/2008

4/27/2008

12/10

Bonding Intro/ Ionic Bonding

Adil Hussain

6

4/23/2008

4/23/2008

12/11

Covalent Bonding

Earl Joaquin

9

4/25/2008

 

12/13

Covalent/ Coordinate Covalent

Dayna Eikeseth

6

6/5/2008

6/12/2008

12/14

Metallic/ Summary Chart

 

 

 

 

1/3

The Difference Between Inter/Intra

John Franklin

9

6/13/2008

 

1/4

Inter-molecular Forces

Zlatko Vurmo

6

5/29/2008

 

1/31

How are formulas written?

completed

 

 

1/31/2008

2/1

Formula Writing Practice

completed

 

 

2/1/2008

2/4

Types of Reactions

completed

 

 

2/4/2008

2/5

Balancing Reactions

completed

 

 

2/5/2008

2/7

Balancing Practice

Justin Bressler

6

4/23/2008

4/24/2008

2/12

Formula Mass

completed

 

 

2/12/2008

2/14

% Composition

completed

 

 

2/14/2008

2/15

Mole

Shannon Winker

3

4/21/2008

4/21/2008

2/25

Molecular formula/ empirical formula

Rusty Siegel

9

4/21/2008

4/27/2008

2/26

Mole/mole ratios

John Franklin

9

4/24/2008

4/26/2008

3/3

Intro to Solutions / Table F

Zlatko Vurmo

6

4/20/2008

4/21/2008

3/4

Table G

completed

 

 

3/4/2008

3/5

Factors Affecting Solubility

Damian Glinojecki

2

4/25/2008

4/27/2008

3/6

Molarity

completed

 

 

3/6/2008

3/7

Molarity and parts per million

completed

 

 

3/7/2008

3/17

Rate of reaction

Vivian Ha

2

4/20/2008

4/20/2008

3/18

Potential Energy Diagrams I

completed

 

 

3/18/2008

3/20

Potential Energy Diagrams II

Garret Gersh

2

6/12/2008

 

3/24

Equilibrium

completed

 

 

3/24/2008

3/25

Equilibrium practice

Kaitlyn Dixon

6

4/22/2008

4/24/2008

3/31

Acid - Base properties

Vanessa Angiuli

9

4/18/2008

4/26/2008

4/1

Acid - Base theories

completed

 

 

4/1/2008

4/3

pH and Indicators

completed

 

 

4/3/2008

4/7

Titration

completed

 

 

4/7/2008

4/8

Titration practice

completed

 

 

4/8/2008

4/17

Voltaic Cell

Amy Kurtzberg

6

4/22/2008

4/25/2008

4/28

Electrolytic Cell

Jessica McClenahan

3

6/1/2008

 

5/5

Organic Chemistry Intro

Manar Romhen

5

5/30/2008

6/1/2008

5/6

Naming Hydrocarbons/Isomers

Amy Kurtzberg

6

5/29/2008

6/2/2008

5/8

Naming Review

Amy Leong

6

5/30/2008

 

5/9

Table R - Functional Groups I

Vivian Ha

2

6/5/2008

6/8/2008

5/12

Table R - Functional Groups II

Lareina Grispino

2

6/5/2008

6/8/2008

5/15

Organic Reactions

Sarah-Jane Pinsky

2

5/29/2008

6/5/2008

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USE THE AIM AS THE FILE NAME WHEN YOU SAVE YOUR WORK.
 
Here are the guidelines:
  1. Slide 1 should have the HW first, followed by the Aim and Do Now (don't show your answer).
  2. Each slide thereafter should proceed through the notes in the same way that I taught it to you, making sure to include all steps. (As a suggestion, it might be easy for you to create a separate slide for each example.)
  3. Check for spelling errors.
  4. Be creative! (Some suggestions: use images appropriate to the content, incorporate visuals from the reference table or Regents Exams - use the links below, etc.) Animations are preferred, but not necessary.

Chemistry Reference Tables

Chemistry Regents Questions

Download the file below to see an example of one of my power point presentations.

An Example of one of my Power Point Presentations

This assignment should be sent to me via an EMAIL ATTACHMENT ONLY (mrhauptman@yahoo.com) no later than SUNDAY, 6/15/08 at 11:59pm.  The subject line of the email should have your first name, last name, period, lesson name and lesson date.  See my example: 
(Subject: Mr. Hauptman, pd. 4, Formula Mass, 2/12)
 
*The reward for this assignment will be 3 points added to your overall average ONLY if the above guidelines are followed and the entire lesson is typed up and submitted by the deadline.  If you receive approval from me to prepare a second lesson, you will receive a total of 5 points added to your overall average.  Please keep in mind that I cannot give overall grades higher than 100 nor do I carry extra credits over from one marking period to another, so take this into consideration when deciding on whether to take on this extra credit assignment.
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