• Year at a Glance                  
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    An online copy of the chemistry textbook can be found at my.hrw.com  
    Students have been assigned a username and password (case sensitive).  If you have forgotten this information, please see me before/after school to get this code again.
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      Extra Credit Opportunities:
     
     
    Students may watch a chemistry video from any of the following YouTube channels (any other videos must be approved by me before watching them) and take a good, handwritten, legible set of notes over the material covered. URL and title of the video along with the student's name must be written on the paper to receive credit.
     
    These will need to be turned in to me. Ten (10) points will be accrued for each set of video notes that is turned in, provided the topic is what we are studying in Chemistry.
     
    Video notes need to be completed prior to taking the test you want to add bonus points to.
    Video notes must be over a topic related to what is currently being studied in Chemistry.
    Bonus points must be accrued before you need them. 
    If you are struggling with a concept, find a video on one of the channels listed below and watch a video over that topic. You will learn from the video and receive bonus points.
    Students may not add more than 10 bonus points to any one assignment/test.
    Students who do this for every grade entered have the opportunity to raise their average by 10 points.
     
    It is the student's responsibility to inform me when they want these points added to an assignment/test. I will not add points to an assignment/test until informed by the student that they wish to use those points. I will not add points to assignments/tests after a grading period has closed.
     
      
     
     
    These YouTube Channels provide great review information and are approved for bonus points: 
     
    Tyler Dewitt
    Bozeman Science
    CrashCourse Chemistry
    Khan Academy (These are rather advanced)