|What To Do:
a web page that summarizes and/or illustrates a concept of chemistry
that we have learned about in class.
- Information must be in your own words and show some of
own examples, adaptations, or analogies to show that you understand
- Simply rewriting what your book or notes say and using
same examples as your book, notes, or homework use does not show
- If you use any pictures on your web page that you have
not created, be sure to label where they came from under the picture.
links to at least 3 other web sites that provide additional information
your topic. The Web sites you link to should be about your
topic and not just general chemistry web sites.
- For example, if your web page is about how to determine
polarity of a molecule, your links should be about sites that relate to
polarity of molecules. One site might further define and show
of polar molecules, while another site might talk about how the
of a molecule affects its solubility, and the third site might talk
how very large molecules might be both polar and nonpolar.
link to your web site on the WebBoard
under the "Student Web Pages" conference. Be sure to indicate
your web page is about in the title of your posted message.
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