Introductions, Lab Orientation, Lab Safety, & Lab Technique

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CHEMISTRY IN CONTEXT
WEEK 1 QUIZ, PAGE 1
AUGUST 31, 2006
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Chemistry in Context
Introductions, Lab Orientation, Lab Safety, & Lab Technique
DIRECTIONS:
PART A – MULTIPLE CHOICE
FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW with the response that BEST ANSWERS
each question or BEST COMPLETES each sentence. Each blank will
have only ONE correct letter answer.
1)
this course?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Which of the following account for the LEAST amount of points in grading in
2)
period)?
A)
B)
C)
D)
How many oops vouchers will you get in a year (if you get two per grading
3)
A)
B)
C)
D)
laboratory work
daily work (classwork and homework)
test work
extra credit
2
7.5
8
6
Which of the following should NEVER be thrown in the trash can?
waste paper
scrap food
solid chemical waste (biodegradable)
sharp objects like broken glass
4)
Introduction to
, materials, and analytical instrumentation of the chemistry
classroom helps develop a working knowledge of lab technique, measurements, and most
importantly,
.
A)
lecture notes; testing
B)
apparatus; web sites
C)
apparatus; safety
D)
penguins; grizzly bears
5)
placed?
A)
B)
C)
D)
In which section of your binder should a signed copy of your lab contract be
notes section
lab section
daily work section
before any of the sections
CHEMISTRY IN CONTEXT
WEEK 1 QUIZ, PAGE 2
AUGUST 31, 2006
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For questions #6-8, refer to the following answer choices:
A
B
E
F
6)
On which day of the cycle are there lecture notes and a PowerPoint presentation?
7)
On which day of the cycle are study guides ALWAYS available?
8)
On which day of the cycle are tests and quizzes administered?
9)
Preparation for
and the expectation of instruction at the
key objective of the 8th grade science course.
A)
high school laboratory science courses; college-preparatory level
B)
advanced science courses; middle school level
C)
high school science placement test; college level
D)
None of the above
10)
To be multi-disciplinary and holistic indicates that the course will
A)
cover a single subject and one, maybe two topics
B)
many subjects and many topics
C)
be conducted primarily out-of-doors
D)
will require shoes and peanut butter
DIRECTIONS:
is another
.
PART B – SHORT ANSWER
Answer the following questions in a FEW COMPLETE SENTENCES.
Use lecture or lab concepts as appropriate.
11)
What is the unwritten homework assignment? Why is it important?
12)
What is the pre-lab briefing? Why is it important?
CHEMISTRY IN CONTEXT
WEEK 1 QUIZ, PAGE 2
AUGUST 31, 2006
DIRECTIONS:
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PART C – LAB PRACTICAL
Go to the lab stations MARKED WITH LETTERS and FOLLOW THE
DIRECTIONS at the EACH station. You may handle the items located at
the lab benches but DO NOT open the chemical containers.
STATION A
13)
a)
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b)
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c)
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d)
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STATION B
14)
15)
18)
19)
STATION C
20)
16)
17)
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