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  1. WELCOME TO CHEMISTRY I • Mrs. Regina Chustz • Email: reginachustz@tpsd.org • Website: hlbscience.com

  2. ALL ABOUT ME • I am from Raceland, LA • I graduated from Central Lafourche H.S. in 2000. • I majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry at SLU, where I graduated in 2004. • I have completed my first year of the PhD program at LSU-HSC in biomedical science and I am working on my master’s in education at Nicholls.

  3. ALL ABOUT ME • After graduation, I worked at LSU-HSC doing schizophrenia research using fruit flies. • After Hurricane Katrina, I moved to NC to work at Duke University researching HIV. • In 2007, I moved to Chicago to work at Northwestern University to research asthma and allergies.

  4. ALL ABOUT ME • In 2010, I moved back to Louisiana and worked at Tulane University researching typhoid fever in mice. • I have published six scientific papers in reputable journals about my data and research, which can be found on pubmed.com

  5. HUSBAND DAUGHTER

  6. CHAMP NICKY

  7. MY HOBBIES

  8. MY GOALS FOR YOU • Gain a thorough understanding of the subject matter. • Be prepared for college. • SUCCESS!!!

  9. WHAT I EXPECT FROM YOU • Be on time. • Be prepared • Turn in assignments at the beginning of class. • Listen and take notes. • Raise your hand if you have a question. • Stay awake and participate. • Be respectful. • Wear the proper attire and I.D.

  10. Consequences • Conduct grade lowered • May be moved from your seat • Extra homework or punish work • Parent/teacher conference • Office referral

  11. Rewards • Conduct grade of A • Participation grade of A • Certificates of achievement • Braves bucks

  12. Daily Routine • Bell ringer, warm-up activity or SSR • Review of previous day’s material • Introduce objectives for the day • Process objectives • Independent practice • Assessment, such as a quiz • Closure/Pack-up

  13. Supplies • 3-ring binder or notebook with pockets • Loose leaf paper • Blue or black ink and/or pencil • Goggles for lab days • Scientific calculator

  14. Homework • Homework will be assigned periodically and CHECKED for effort and completion. • All of your assignments will be posted on the website.

  15. TOPICS WE WILL COVER • Research Skills/Scientific Inquiry • Biostatistics and Mathematics of Chemistry • Matter • Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, and Stoichiometry • Chemical Reactions • Compounds and Solutions • Gas Laws • Acids and Bases

  16. Science Fair Project As mandated by the parish, all Chemistry students are required to complete a Science Fair Project. Topics MUST be approved before starting the project. This project will be worth 2 test grades. Due dates will be announced during the semester. Failure to submit the paperwork and turn in the project will result in an F.

  17. GRADING • 100-93 A • 92-85 B • 84-75 C • 74-67 D • >66 F 85% of your final grade will be based on your projects, lab reports and tests. 15% of your final grade will be based on your homework, quizzesand participation.