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Mrs. Jolly Samuel » Chemistry Online Classes

Chemistry Online Classes


UACHS Chemistry Lesson plans will be posted on my Edlio page weekly. Click on "posts" on the right side to see them.

The weekly lesson plan describes what students can do on every school day.

 

Daily work includes:

  1. A Do-Now assignment as a preparation work for a new lesson.
  2. A new lesson to read or a video to watch on Pearson (every student has a Pearson account where lessons and chapters are assigned for reading).
  3. An assignment related to the new lesson, can be an online interactivity on Pearson or a written assignment on Schoology.
  4. A closing assessment or a homework on Pearson or Schoology.

 

Daily work must be posted where it's assigned to be done (either on Pearson or Schoology) by 11:59 pm in order to be graded. Missing assignment will unfortunately reduce the overall average for the semester.

 

I will be available for any help or clarification during every school day between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. You can send me a message to the following email: 

 

JSamuel-UACHS@njcu.edu

 

Thank You and Stay Safe,

 

Jolly Samuel

UACHS Chemistry Teacher

 

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Welcome to UACHS Chemistry Classes
 
Chemistry Course Description:
Chemistry is the study of the structure and composition of matter that makes up living things and their environment. Chemistry also deals with the study of the changes of matter and the mechanisms by which changes occur. This course includes lectures, daily assignments and lab activities. Lab reports must be submitted, organizing data and answering questions for the experiment. This class cover topics such as matter, chemical reactions, solutions, and nuclear chemistry.