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1 CHEMISTRY 102 Section 506: TR 11:10 AM 12:25 PM, HELD 100 Section 507: TR 12:45 PM 2:00 PM, HELD 100 Section 508: TR 3:55 PM 5:10 PM, HELD 100 Dr. Ryan Bethel Office: HELD 123D Office Hours: MW: 9:00-12:00, 2:00-4:00 (Please include your name and section in the subject line) CHEM 101 and 102 are the first-year chemistry sequence in the core curriculum. Thus, CHEM 102 is a part of a much larger chemistry program. This course assumes a strong understanding of the fundamental concepts presented in CHEM 101. Topics covered in CHEM 101 will not be explicitly reviewed but will be necessary to learn the material covered in this course. Each section of this course is independent of the other instructors sections, but we will utilize the same text and strive to be consistent in the depth and breadth of the content we cover. Course Policies 1.) Required Textbook and Supplies: The Textbook and OWL homework combined for Texas A&M (it must say for TAMU) is required. The form of the textbook is optional (e-book, 3-hole punch with a softback, or traditional hardback). The OWL and Textbook can be purchased from Be sure to register your OWL with the correct instructor, completing the assignments of another professor instead of mine will not give you any points! The website above will include a link directly enrolling you in my OWL course and a course ID key will be posted to ecampus by the first week of classes. We are using the 2nd edition of Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach by Zumdahl. A physical copy of the textbook is not required. We will be using clickers for in-class quizzes and participation. Specifically, the iclicker2 ISBN (ISBN ). You can purchase your iclicker at the Texas A&M Bookstore, other bookstores, or online. Once you buy the clicker, you can (and most likely will need to) use it for all your courses that require iclickers for the remainder of your time at Texas A&M. You will need to register your clicker for this class; however, you do not need to sign up for REEF Polling. You will not be able to use your cellphone for a clicker in this class. You can register at: Be sure to use your TAMU UIN number without any spaces or dashes as the Student ID.

2 2.) Reading Assignments Lectures are only one part of the learning experience. You will be expected to read the relevant chapters in the textbook in order to fully understand the material. This class will move quickly through concepts and reading ahead is the best way to prepare for each lecture. 3.) Attendance and Clickers I will not be taking attendance at any time throughout the semester. However, attending class is required and the use of clickers for class participation and quizzes will reflect that. These will be done both individually and in groups during class. Some may be quiz-like, in that there is a 'correct' answer, while others may be more opinion based. I DO NOT expect you to get these all correct, so I only require 75% of the clicker points for FULL course credit. There are NO makeup clicker assignments, as the lower percent required should take care of necessary absences, forgotten clickers (bring your clicker to each class), or bad batteries. At the end of the semester, your total percentage will be taken out of 75 points as below. Clicker Percentage Points (out of 75) % % % % % % % % % % % 0 4.) OWL Assignments Homework problems will be assigned each week from Online Web Learning (OWL). The textbook problems are for your practice and to help you prepare for exams. The weekly homework sets and any additional assignments will be worth a total of 75 points for the semester. Homework MUST be turned in on time, typically it will be due each Wednesday before midnight. Because all homework is online, the cutoff is very strict. Do not wait until the last minute to do your homework! The purpose of homework is to prepare you for exams and ensure that you understand all of the topics covered in lecture.

3 5.) Exams and Final You will have three lecture exams in addition to a comprehensive final exam. These exams are currently scheduled for Feb. 9 th, March 9 th, and April 13 th. These exams will be multiple choice or a combination of multiple choice and short answer. These are 75-minute exams given during the regular lecture times. Each carries a value of 100 points with questions. You MUST have a Photo I.D. in order to take exams. The final exam will be a 2-hour, 150-point exam covering all the material taught during the semester. The final may contain standardized and professor-written portions and may include both multiple choice and short answer sections. The final will be COMPREHENSIVE. FINAL EXAM: Section 506: Thursday, May 4th: 3:00 5:00 PM Section 507: Tuesday, May 9th: 8:00 10:00 AM Section 508: Monday, May 8th: 1:00 3:00 PM For students who have university-excused absences (or very good ones) and who also notify me (the instructor) within 2 academic days (M, T, W, R, & F), a make-up test will be arranged. I require a written statement about the excuse for the absence. The make-up exams will be the same difficulty as the regular exams, however the format may not be the same. The time for the makeup exam will be set after the 2-day signup period, from student schedules. Makeup exams are typically scheduled within a week of the regular exam. 6.) Exam Administration Check the exam seating assignment, posted on ecampus and outside of the classroom in advance. Each exam has a different seating assignment. Arrive on time. No student will be permitted to take any exam, including the final, once the first student leaves after the tests have been handed out. Bring to the exam at least two sharpened #2 pencils, a calculator, and a PHOTO I.D. (your TAMU I.D. card or a driver s license will work). There must be NO "sharing" of calculators during an exam. Any other items, including cell phones, smart watches, and other electronic accessories are not allowed on your person. They must be "enclosed" out of sight in a briefcase, pack, purse, or sack, and stored under your assigned seat. Failure to do so constitutes cheating and may result in a zero on the exam. Please ensure that these electronics are off or silent. Graphing and web-enabled calculators are not permitted. Scientific calculators that can perform logarithmic and exponential functions are recommended. During the exam, keep all work covered as much as possible. Talking or looking around the room may result in a zero grade for the exam. Cheating or bringing in material with intent to cheat will result in a zero for the exam or a more severe penalty. Work carefully, but you must finish in the allotted time; exams handed in late may result in a zero. When you are finished with your exam, quietly gather your belongings and form a

4 queue to turn in your exam at a table in the front of the classroom. Please leave through one of the doors in the front of the room to minimize disruptions for those students still taking their exams. For special seating requests such as a left-handed seat, a table, or an oversized seat, sign up at the beginning of the semester on forms that will be available at the front of the classrooms (only available during the first week of classes). You only need to turn in one request for the semester. If you believe that your scantron is misgraded, you need to fill out a regrade form. These are available in HELD 412 and will be turned in there. 7.) Academic Dishonesty Students are expected to be the sole source for any work submitted in their name. This includes the use of iclickers! The utilization or submission of work of others is a violation of Texas A&M University scholastic dishonesty policies and disciplinary steps will be taken. As commonly defined, plagiarism consists of passing off as one s own the ideas, words, writings, etc., which belong to another. In accordance with this definition, you are committing plagiarism if you copy the work of another person and turn it in as your own, even if you should have the permission of that person. If you have questions regarding plagiarism, please consult the latest issue of the Texas A&M University Student Rules, under the section Scholastic Dishonesty. The Aggie Honor Code is that: An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do. 8.) Services for Students with Disabilities The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact Disability Services, currently located in the Disability Services building at the Student Services at White Creek complex on west campus or call For additional information, visit If you have any questions, feel free to come talk to me. 9.) Grade Distribution Your total score for the class will be calculated from your Lecture Exams, Final Exam, OWL Assignments, and Clicker Points. Numerical ranges for letter grades will be determined at the end of the semester. The numerical ranges may differ significantly from one instructor to another, but distributions of letter grades will be quite similar from one instructor to another.

5 Total Points Possible: Clicker Points (see above for distribution) 75 OWL Homework 75 Exams 100 points each) 300 Comprehensive Final 150 TOTAL POINTS FOR THE COURSE 600

6 Tentative Lecture Schedule Spring 2017 (Subject to change!) Week Tuesday Thursday January 17 th January 19 th 1 Review of Syllabus & Chapter , 16.9 Chapter January 24 th January 26 th 2 Chapter Chapter January 31 st February 7 th February 2 nd Chapter Chapter February 9 th Chapter Exam 1 Chapters 16, 10, 11 February 14 th February 16 th Chapter Chapter February 21 st February 23 rd Chapter Chapter February 28 th March 2 ne Chapter 12.6 Chapter March 7 th March 14 th March 21 st March 28 th April 4 th April 11 th March 9 th Chapter Exam 2 Chapters 12, 16, 18 SPRING BREAK No Class March 16 th SPRING BREAK No Class March 23 rd Chapter Chapter March 30 th Chapter Chapter April 6 th Chapter Chapter 15.1 April 13 th Chapter Exam 3 Chapters 13, 14, April 18 th April 25 th Chapter *Last day to Q-drop Chapter , 21.4 April 20 th April 27 th Chapter Review 16 May 2 nd Redefined Day Friday No CHEM 102 Classes May 4 th Finals Begin Check above for finals schedule

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