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1 Syllabus Lamar University, a member of The Texas State University System, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate, Baccalaureate, Masters, and Doctorate degrees (more details at Department Chemistry Course Number: CHEM 1411 Course Title: Instructor: General Chemistry Ms. Christy D. Bean Contact Information Student-to-Student and Instructor-to-Student Interaction To enhance student-to-student and instructor-to-student interaction, Online s will be scheduled for every week. I will embed the link to these s in a group to all students, and I will record each so that students who are unable to participate can access, review, and respond to our group discussions. Along with me, students likewise are expected to contribute to and participate in Threaded Board exchanges from wee-to-week. Finally, to ensure that students are actively interacting with each other, in 2 students will begin a semester-long Group Assignment titled Science in Popular Culture, which will be submitted before the last day of class to the course WIKI. Course Objectives The primary goal of this course is one of great interest to both the faculty in your major and to your future employer. That goal is for you learn to think critically about new information and to develop transferable problem solving skills that will allow you to work independently and efficiently. The goal of your academic career is the development of working expertise in your own area of study. Learning chemistry is a highly structured process and is meant to provide foundational skills for the development of your expertise. The secondary goal of this course is to provide technical students basic information regarding chemical processes that commonly dictate how materials are used in those disciplines. Student Learning Outcomes 1) To learn new information about the fundamental aspects of chemistry. 2) Develop the skills to learn new concepts and be able to express your understanding of those concepts. Page 1 of 16

2 3) Develop the skills to dissect a problem of which you have no prior knowledge, find a solution, and be able to explain your solution and its meaning. 4) To analyze data to come to a more in depth understanding. Academic Prerequisites Course Prerequisites: You must meet the following Math and Chemistry requirements: Math Requirement: o College Algebra (MATH 1314), or a higher level math course, with a C or better OR o 2 years of High School Algebra with a C or better Chemistry Requirement: o Chemical Principles (CHEM 1375), or a higher level chemistry course, with a C or better OR o 1 year of High School Chemistry (IPC doesn't count) with a C or better Technology Prerequisites Students are not required to have advanced technology training or skills in order to be successful in the class. They should, however, feel confident about their ability to navigate through typical online websites and their ability to use common word processing software in order to submit written assignments. The following hardware, web browser and software are needed for this course: Epic Web System Requirements Computer/Technology Skill Requirements for Epic Learning Management System 1. Students will need regular access to a computer with a broadband Internet connection. The minimum computer requirements for the Epic Web Client are: Any current Flash-compliant browser (eg. Internet Explorer 7 or Firefox 3.0) 512 MB of RAM, 1 GB or more preferred Broadband connection required courses are heavily video intensive Video display capable of high-color 16-bit display 1024 x 768 or higher resolution A sound card and speakers or headphones Current anti-virus software must be installed and kept up to date Most home computers purchased within the last 3-4 years meet or surpass these requirements. 2. Students will need some additional free software for enhanced web browsing. Be certain to download the free versions of the software. Adobe Reader Adobe Flash Player 3. At a minimum, students must have Microsoft Office 2003, XP, 2007 or OpenOffice, or Student Office for Mac. Microsoft Office is the standard office productivity software utilized by faculty, students, and staff. Microsoft Word is the standard word processing software, Microsoft Excel is the standard spreadsheet software, and Microsoft PowerPoint is the standard presentation software. Copying and pasting, along with attaching/uploading documents for assignment submission, will also be required. If you do not have Microsoft Office or Student Office for Mac, you can check with the bookstore to see if they have any student copies. Page 2 of 16

3 Course Materials Subscription to W.W.W. Norton SmartWork online homework system; links to SmartWork Online are embedded in each week of the ocurse. CHEM 1411 Kit Available through LU Chemistry Department, Pick up dates and times will be announced Additional oratory Supplies See Equipment and Chemical List Any General Chemistry Textbook less than 10 years old o The Chemistry Department has adopted the following text: Brown, T.L.; LeMay, H.E., Jr.; Bursten, B.E.; Murphy, C.J. Chemistry. The Central Science, 11th ed.; Pearson Education: Upper Saddle River, NJ, If you are planning to take CHEM 1412, this will be the required text for that course. You do NOT have to buy this particular text, however you must subscribe to SmartWork. Digital Camera You will need to submit pictures of your work periodically. Accessibility Statement It is the policy of Lamar University to accommodate students with disabilities, pursuant to federal and state law. Should you need accommodation, visit the Office for Students with Disabilities website at or call the office by dialing (409) Also know that I will assist in whatever way I can to ensure that this course supports the university s commitment to equal education opportunities. Academic Integrity Statement Lamar University expects all students to engage in academic pursuits in a manner that is above reproach. Students are expected to maintain complete honesty and integrity in their academic experiences both in and out of the classroom. Any student found guilty of dishonesty in any phase of academic work will be subject to disciplinary action. Disciplinary proceedings may be initiated against a student accused of any form of academic dishonesty including, but not limited to, cheating on an examination or other academic work which is to be submitted, plagiarism, collusion, and the abuse of resource materials. Plagiarism shall mean the appropriation of another s work or idea and the unacknowledged incorporation of that work or idea into one s own work offered for credit. Collusion shall mean the unauthorized collaboration with another person in preparing work offered for credit. Abuse of resource materials shall mean the mutilation, destruction, concealment, theft or alteration of materials provided to assist students in the mastery of course materials. Academic work shall mean the preparation of an essay, report, problem, assignment, creative work or other project that the student submits as a course requirement or for a grade. Students are specifically warned against all forms of plagiarism, which include purchasing, or otherwise acquiring and submitting as one s own work any research paper or other writing assignment prepared by an individual or firm. Plagiarism is defined as, the appropriation and the unacknowledged incorporation of another s work or ideas into one s own offered for credit (82). Students seeking to avoid plagiarism should consult either the course instructor or the most recent addition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. Page 3 of 16

4 The course instructor will complete a thorough and impartial investigation of any instance of academic dishonesty. A student found guilty of academic dishonesty will be notified in writing by the instructor of the violation, the penalty, and the student s right to appeal the determination of dishonesty and/or the sanction imposed. Penalties for academic dishonesty in this course will result in either a lowered letter grade or failure of the course as determined by the instructor. Copyright Policy Statement Copyright is defined as the ownership and control of the intellectual property in original works of authorship which are subject to copyright law. As an institution of higher learning that values intellectual integrity, Lamar University prohibits the distribution of published materials (print or electronic) in violation of copyright law. Netiquette (Online Etiquette) Statement Please adhere to the same standards of behavior and professional respect online that you would follow in face-to-face communication with others, but most particularly when writing and when taking part in collaborative and discussion board activities. Lamar provides access to network resources, including the Internet, in order to support learning and to prepare students for the 21st century world. Students, however, are expected to adhere to the Lamar University Acceptable Use Policies when Using Networks Acceptable Use Students must respect the integrity and security of LU's computer systems and network, and the privacy and preferences of other users. Responsibility for learning about and complying with LU's Acceptable Use Policy ultimately rests with the individual. The network may be used to download, copy, or store any software, shareware, digital media files or freeware, as long as the use complies with copyright law; licensing agreements, and campus policies such as storage space limitations and network bandwidth restrictions. The network may not be used for any activity, or to transmit any material, that violates United States or local laws. Unacceptable use The network may not be used for commercial purposes. Advertising and sponsorships on UW web sites is restricted. In addition, students may not permit other persons to use their usernames, passwords, accounts or disk space, or disclose their usernames, passwords or account information to any third party. Students may not log on to someone else's account, internet address, or other network codes, or attempt to access another user's files. Students may not create false or dummy accounts to impersonate someone else. Students may not try to gain unauthorized access ("hacking") to the files or computer systems of any other person or organization. Students may not impersonate another person by forging , web pages or other electronic media. Students who maliciously access, alter, delete, damage or destroy any computer system, computer network, computer program, or data will be subject to disciplinary action by LU, and criminal prosecution as well. Students may not disrupt or attempt to disrupt network traffic, and they may not attempt to monitor or capture network traffic in any way. Finally, students may not intentionally create, store, display, print or transmit information that violates the university s Sexual Harassment Policy. Page 4 of 16

5 Privacy Policy Statement Student records maintained by Lamar University comply with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended (PL93-380). 26. Federal Education and Privacy Rights (FERPA) ANNUAL NOTIFICATION TO STUDENTS The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. These rights are: 1. The right to inspect and review the student's educational records within 45 days of the day the University receives a request for access. Students should submit to the registrar, dean or chair of the academic department written requests that identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. The University official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the University official to whom the request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed. 2. The right to request the amendment of the student's educational records that the student believes is inaccurate or misleading. Students may ask the University to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should write the University official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the University decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the University will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student's educational records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is defined as a person employed by the University in an administrative, supervisory, academic, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit and health staff); a person or company with whom the University has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Regents; or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, the University discloses educational records without consent to officials of another school in which a student seeks or intends to enroll. 4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the University to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Page 5 of 16

6 Washington, DC Available for download at: The following items are considered DIRECTORY INFORMATION by the University, and the University may disclose any of these items without prior written consent, unless the student notifies the Registrar in writing to the contrary by September 1 of each fiscal year. A. name B. all addresses, including University issued address C. all telephone numbers D. major field of study E. academic classification F. participation in officially recognized activities and sports G. weight and height of members of athletic teams H. dates of attendance and enrollment status I. degrees and awards received J. previous schools attended K. photograph L. class roster (not the student's class schedule) Detailed information should be accessed through this link: https://sacs.lamar.edu/catalog/prefmaterial/v.genacademicpol.htm#edurights Course Evaluation Procedures for course and instructor evaluation will be provided near the end of this course. All students are encouraged to participate in this important activity. my.lamar Portal Students are asked to obtain a Lamar Electronic Account user name and password so they can log into the my.lamar website. Students may get information on how to get into the my.lamar website through the following links: Go to and then click on the my.lamar link on the left top corner of the screen. Follow the steps to secure your my.lamar username and password. The my.lamar portal will be used for correspondence between the professor and All correspondence will be through the my.lamar system. Please check your through your my.lamar account daily for correspondence and announcements from your professor and academic coach. Grading and Course Structure Grading and Chat/ 20% oratory 20% and Quizzes 20% Exams 30% Final Exam 10% Course Structure Page 6 of 16

7 This course will employ the process oriented guided-inquiry learning (POGIL) methodology. POGIL methodology has been shown to improve student understanding and therefore student success by actively engaging students in carefully constructed activities that guide students to develop an understanding of a concept. (For more information, see This course will not be a lecture. Instead, you will work through activities that have structured questioning that will help you gain understanding of the concept. However, there will be a chat session each Monday through Thursday night that will discuss the current activity. These will be moderated by the instructor or teaching assistant. It will be a requirement that you attend one of the sessions each week. problems will be assigned through the Mastering Chemistry program. There will also be two exams and a course final. The final exam will be a standardized departmental test. Periodic quizzes will also be given to assess student learning. These quizzes will be graded based on getting the correct answer but also on the documentation and support given for answers. While being correct is important, it is more important to be able to explain why the answer is correct and to show how the solution was solved. As the instructor, I am extremely interested in your conceptual understanding rather than your ability to correctly guess the answer to a multiple choice question. This course is a four hour credit course. As a student in the online course, you should expect to spend six hours per week plus time for individual study. oratory : The laboratory experiments will be hands-on activities that have been tested to be successful outside of the chemistry laboratory. However, proper precautions should always be taken to avoid injury or damage. A laboratory kit will be provided through the Lamar University Chemistry Department that will include chemicals and any special equipment. Students will be responsible for supplying other materials not included in the kits, such as common household chemicals and containers. Suggestions for obtaining these materials will be made when appropriate. Grading: Each activity will be graded for completion and correctness. Selected questions will be graded using the grading rubric, while all others will be checked for completion. It is up to the instructor to determine which questions and the number of questions that will be graded using the rubric for each activity. At the instructor's discretion, tables, charts and graphs may have higher point values. oratory activities will also be graded in this manner. Digital pictures showing your laboratory results will also be required in some cases. Failure to include these pictures will result in point deductions. Quizzes will be composed of one multiple choice question and a question that will need to be fully documented. I want to see if you understand and comprehend the material rather than how good you are at guessing at multiple choice. However, multiple choice is the most common method for standardized tests, so it is important that you learn how to document your answer for your own learning. Like the activities, quizzes will have different values based on the number of questions. Any material previously covered can occur on a quiz. SmartWork homework will reinforce content covered in the activities and give extra practice problems. Using hints will not penalize your score. You will lose points for a wrong answer, but will be able to gain points back by answering the hint questions correctly. The first assignment in SmartWork is a tutorial on how to use the program. SmartWork homework will have varying point values based on the number of questions. Exams will be multiple choice and may contain short answer questions and problems to be worked. The final will be the standardized departmental exam consisting of multiple choice. Page 7 of 16

8 At the end of the semester, the amount of points earned will be divided by the possible number of points for each category. Each category will be weighted appropriately and then averaged to arrive at your final course grade. The syllabus and grading policy may be revised if necessary. If a change occurs, you will be notified and a new syllabus will be posted. Make-up Work No make-up work will be accepted unless the student initiates prior arrangements that I subsequently approve. Active participation is required throughout the fifteen-week course. Drop Dates It is your responsibility to make sure that you are officially enrolled in this course. If, at any point, you decide to not participate in this course, it is your responsibility to officially drop or withdraw from enrollment. Failure to do so may result in a failing grade. Drops after the course begins may carry financial penalty in that full reimbursement may not be possible. This course adheres to the add/drop standards for each term as stipulated for participants in the Lamar University online Dual Credit and undergraduate baccalaureate degree programs. 15 Courses Drop with Refund: within 16 calendar days from the date on which the class begins. Drop without Academic Penalty: within 21 calendar days from the date on which the class begins. Drop with Academic Penalty: within 46 calendar days from the date on which the class begins. Instructional Associates Should they be needed to assist within the course, the information about Instructional Associates will be provided through an . Instructional Associates have been selected for their graduate academic records, their teaching experiences and accomplishments, their knowledge and expertise in this academic discipline, and their pedagogical understanding of dual credit students. In addition, Instructional Associates must meet all credential requirements established by the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS), of which Lamar University is a member. Students will send course activities, assignments, questions, and correspondences to the Instructional Associates through the courseware. University faculty have ultimate responsibility for all assessments and final course grades. Each semester, the university faculty will conduct random reviews of materials to ensure inter-rater reliability for all Instructional Associates. Syllabus Subject to Change While information and assurances are provided in this course syllabus, it should be understood that content may change in keeping with new research and literature and events beyond the control of the instructor. Students will be informed of any substantive occurrences that will produce syllabus changes. Course Content Outline Course Content, Assignments, and Due Dates 1 Introduction Video Course introduction. Page 8 of 16

9 4th day of 1 the sections about atoms, subatomic particles, mass numbers and atomic orbitals. Activity 1: Atoms and Subatomic Particles (Due the end of the fifth day of 1). Activity 2: Electrons and Atomic Orbitals (Due the end of the fifth day of 1). Course Content Board. Board Participation: Scientific Theories, Laws, and Hypotheses. Online Activity 1. (Due the end of the fifth day of 1). Online Activity 2. (Due the end of the fifth day of 1). Zero: Safety (Due the end of the first day of 2). 1 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 2). 2 Periodic Trends and Bonding 4 th day of 2 the sections about trends of properties of elements in the periodic tables, Lewis dot diagrams and bonding Activity 3: Periodic Trends in Elemental Properties (Due the end of the fifth day of 2). Activity 4: Bonding (Due the end of the fifth day of 2). Course Content Board. Page 9 of 16

10 Online Activity 3. (Due the end of the fifth day of 2). Online Activity 4. (Due the end of the fifth day of 2). 1: Organizing Elements (Due the end of the first day of 3). 2: Electron Configurations (Due the end of the first day of 3). Group Assignment Science and Popular Culture through course WIKI. 2 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 3). 3 Electronegativity and Lewis Structures 4 th day of 3 electronegativity, covalent bonding, dipoles and Lewis structures. Activity 5: Electronegativity, Bond Polarity and Dipoles (Due the end of the fifth day of 3). Activity 6: Simple Lewis Structures (Due the end of the fifth day of 3). Course Content Board: Atomic Models. Online Activity 5. (Due the end of the fifth day of 3). Online Activity 6. (Due the end of the fifth day of 3). 3: Recognizing Periodic Trends (Due the end of the first day of 4). 3 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 4). 4 Molecular Representation and Complex Structures 4 th day of week 4 naming covalent molecule and alkane nomenclature (if available in your text). You should also review Lewis structures. Page 10 of 16

11 Activity 7: Molecular Representations (Due the end of the fifth day of 4). Activity 8: Complex Lewis Structures (Due the end of the fifth day of 4). Course Content Board. Online Activity 7. (Due the end of the fifth day of 4). Online Activity 8. (Due the end of the fifth day of 4). 4: Electronegativity (Due the end of the first day of 5). 4 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 5). 5 VSEPR Theory and Polarity 4 th day of 5 Valence Shell Electron Repulsion Theory and molecular polarity. Activity 9: Valence Shield Electron Repulsion (Due the end of the fifth day of 5). Activity 10: Molecular Shape and Polarity (Due the end of the fifth day of 4). Course Content Board: The Molecular Geometry of a Molecule. Online Activity 9. (Due the end of the fifth day of 5). Online Activity 10. (Due the end of the fifth day of 5). 5: Alkanes (Due the end of the first day of 6). 6 Exam 1 4 th day of 6 Course Content Board. Page 11 of 16

12 Exam 1 (Due the end of the first day of 7). 7 Matter and Ions 4 th day of 7 matter and its states, physical and chemical properties and ionic compounds. Activity 11: Matter and Its Properties (Due the end of the fifth day of 7). Activity 12: Ions and Ionic Compounds (Due the end of the fifth day of 7). Course Content Board. Online Activity 11. (Due the end of the fifth day of 7). Online Activity 12. (Due the end of the fifth day of 7). 6: Properties of Matter (Due the end of the first day of 8). 7: Electrolytes (Due on the end of the first day of 8). 7 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 8). 8 Balancing Chemical Reaction 4 th day of 8 balancing chemical equations, how to write a chemical equation and acids and bases. Activity 13: Balancing Chemical Reactions (Due the end of the fifth day of 8). Activity 14: Acids and Bases (Due the end of the fifth day of 8). Course Content Board. Online Activity 13. (Due the end of the fifth day of 8). Online Activity 14. (Due the end of the fifth day of 8). Page 12 of 16

13 8: Balancing Chemical Reactions (Due the end of the first day of 9). 9: Acids and Bases (Due on the end of the first day of 9). 8 quiz (Due the end of the first day of 9) Types of Reactions 4 th day of 9 combination, precipitation, neutralization and decomposition reactions. Also, read about oxidation, reduction and redox reactions. Activity 15: Simple Chemical Reactions (Due the end of the fifth day of 9). Activity 16: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (Due the end of the fifth day of 9). Course Content Board. Online Activity 15. (Due the end of the fifth day of 9). Online Activity 16. (Due the end of the fifth day of 9). 10: Simple Chemical Reactions (Due the end of the first day of 9). 9 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 10). Units of Measurement and Moles 4 th day of 10 significant figures in measurements and moles. Activity 17: Significant Figures and Units of Measurement (Due the end of the fifth day of 10). Activity 18: Atomic Mass, Moles, and Molar Mass (Due the end of the fifth day of 10). Page 13 of 16

14 Course Content Board. Online Activity 17. (Due the end of the fifth day of 10). Online Activity 18. (Due the end of the fifth day of 10). 11: Measurements (Due the end of the first day of 11). 10 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 11) Stoichiometry 4 th day of 11 empirical formulas, stoichiometry and limiting reactants. Activity 19: Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants (Due the end of the fifth day of 11). Course Content Board. Online Activity 19. (Due the end of the fifth day of 11). 12: Empirical Formulas (Due the end of the first day of 12). 13: Limiting Reactants (Due the end of the first day of 12). 11 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 12). Solutions and Water Autoionization 4 th day of 12 molarity, saturated and unsaturated solutions, titrations, and ph ranges of acids and bases. Activity 20: Solutions and Solution Concentration (Due the end of the fifth day of 12). Page 14 of 16

15 Activity 21: Water Autoionization and ph Scale (Due the end of the fifth day of 12). Course Content Board. Online Activity 20. (Due the end of the fifth day of 12). Online Activity 21. (Due the end of the fifth day of 12). 14: Solutions (Due the end of the first day of 13). 15: Titrations (Due the end of the first day of 13). 12 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 13) Exam 2 4 th day of 13 Course Content Board. Exam 2 (Due the end of the first day of 14). Thermochemistry 4 th day of 14 enthalpy, calorimetry, exothermic and endothermic reactions, and Hess s Law. Activity 22: Enthalpy (Due the end of the fifth day of 14). Activity 23: Hess s Law (Due the end of the fifth day of 14). Course Content Board. Online Activity 22. (Due the end of the fifth day of 14). 16: Enthalpy Changes (Due the end of the first day of 15). 17: Enthalpy: Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions (Due the end of the Page 15 of 16

16 first day of 15). 14 Quiz (Due the end of the first day of 15). 15 Energy and Light and Final Exam 4 th day of 15 electromagnetic radiation. Activity 24: Energy, Light, and Energy Levels (Due the end of the fifth day of 15). Activity 25: Nuclear Chemistry (due at the end of the fifth day of 15). Activity 26: Gas Behavior and Gas Laws (due at the end of the fifth day of 15). Course Content discussion Board: Chemistry and Future Careers. 18: Light (Due the end of the seventh day of 15). Final Exam (Due the end of the seventh day of 15). Page 16 of 16

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