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Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 11 months ago

Welcome to your isbchem1 wiki!

 

I'd like to say that there's been a lot of good things added to this wiki site over the last few days. I'm really happy with the result of the pages you've made so far and hope more than anything that you all find them useful as a learning tool. I'd like to remind you that all images used on your wiki pages that are not your own creation must be cited or removed!

It seems as if some people are concerned about unethical behavior of some users. Please - remember that this is an official assignment and unethical pranks will not be tollerated. As admin, I can see every change that has occured including the IP address of the machine that was used. Also, please don't make changes to this front page. I consider this one mine.

Good luck tomorrow - I'm looking forward to good presentations.

- J Plaman

 

 

Click the links below to visit student pages about the various groups on the period table.

pH Review

 

Alkalai_Metals_E_Block

Alkaline_Earth_Metals_E_Block

Transition_Metals_E_Block

Semi-Metals_E_Block

Halogens_E_Block

Nobel_Gases_E_Block

 

Alkalai_Metals_F_Block

Alkaline_Earth_Metals_F_Block

Transition_Metals_F_Block

Semi-Metals_F_Block

Halogens_F_Block

Nobel_Gases_F_Block

 

Alkalai_Metals_G_Block

Alkaline_Earth_Metals_G_Block

Transition_Metals_G_Block

Semi-Metals_G_Block

Halogens_G_Block

Nobel_Gases_G_Block

 

How to give a good presentation:

  • Make it interesting, tell us things we can't read in the book or just look up.
  • Summarize.
  • DON'T READ YOUR SLIDES TO US - have things to talk about.
  • Speak slowly, loudly, and clearly.
  • Look at us, engage us.

 

What do include on your Periodic Table Groups pages:

  • Summary of information from the presentation related to physical and chemical properties, interesting info and uses, etc.
  • Pictures or diagrams.
  • Links to other good sites with information about your group.

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