Oral Presentation: What is required for Chem 201
Instructions for preparing your oral presentation are available for downloading as:
Some ground rules for your oral presentation:
- There are 6 lab experiments that can be presented
- See the class schedule for the dates of the oral presentations
- You cannot present the first lab you perform – this lab must be a written lab
- Sign up is first-come, first-served, with the caveats:
- All 6 labs will be presented (unless there is <6 students in the class)
- If there are more than 6 students, then one or more labs may have 2 students signed up (but no more than two)
- Send Prof Matthews and e-mail with the lab you want to present. If the lab is available and there are no other problems (see above), the lab is yours to present.
- All 6 labs will be presented (unless there is <6 students in the class)
Grading Rubric for Oral Presentations:
Points | |
Abstract | 3 |
Introduction | 5 |
Experimental | |
Description of instrumentation & procedures used | 3 |
Definition of terms & equations used to perform calculations | 2 |
Results | |
Clear presentation of key results | 5 |
Tables & Figures | 5 |
Discussion | 10 |
Literature cited | 2 |
Appendix material | 5 |
Overall composition and speaking style | 5 |
Quality of graphics | 5 |
Total: | 50 |
Bonus: Analyses that go beyond the required scope of the report | 5 |
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