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Chem 122 General

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Saved by Brent Jewett
on March 16, 2020 at 8:51:21 am




This message is in response to questions you (and your parents) may have about the cancellation of school due to the global COVID-19 outbreak. 


The number one question I have been receiving via e-mail is "what can I do at home while school is cancelled? Is there work we can do?"... 


In a directive we as teachers received from the ASD-W Superintendent, Mr.David McTimoney, I quote: "Until further notice, student work, lessons are not to be assigned".


As such, here are my recommendations for the foreseeable future:


1. Make sure all work up until March 13 is completed. For most of you, I am refering to the Ch.17 Test A Review Assignment and for a handful of others, the Hess' Law Lab report. When you are finished either of these, take pics & send it to me at brent.jewett@nbed.nb.ca and I will grade it for you over the school cancellation period. This will save us some time having to correct this work and provide timely feedback once we return.


2. Spend time exploring the subject of chemistry. Your textbook is a great resource as are the powerpoints posted on this page (see "Class Notes" tab below). To help guide you along, I have posted any powerpoints relevant to our curriculum up until the end of the semester. We are currently about to start Chapter 18 on Chemical Kinetics & Equilibrium. However, do not limit yourself to only what is here - this is a great opportunity to explore the world of chemistry on your own. Feel free to explore videos and lessons on any topics that are of interest to you. For example, the Khan Academy (www.khanacademy.org) has some excellent lessons posted on topics relevant to our curriculum. The more you explore, the better!


3. Wait for further directions via Remind app (or continue to visit this space periodically). Things are evolving rapidly, so please continue to stay tuned. I will send out a Remind text should any directives change in the coming days. In the meantime, remember to listen to the medical experts, stay safe, and stay positive!






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