The objective of a notebook is to organize yourself throughout the course.
All students must maintain a 3-ring course notebook with numeric chapter or unit tabs.
Maintaining your work and notebook:
A. You should retain all work such as chapter notes, quizzes, labs, and other assignments.
B. All work must be neat and in pencil.
C. You must keep all work in the course notebook until asked to discard them.
D. For the Physical Science and Honors Chemistry course, a chapter manila folder will contain UNGRADED homework and assignments to be turned in on the day of the unit test. Such work is normally stamped for completion.
E. Each course schedule, learning targets, Powerpoint slides/notes, and lecture videos reside on the relevant course page of Arbuckle.Weebly.com. Hardcopy worksheets (which also reside on the site) are distributed at the beginning of each unit or relevant class period. Resources can easily be downloaded from the site during any absence from class.
F. Weekly schedules are posted on the board and the website.
Unit folders for Physical Science and Honors Chemistry are collected and assessed the day of the unit test.
AP Chemistry course notebooks are collected and assessed at the end of the year.