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This set of CheModules is designed for students in allied health and preparatory chemistry courses 
Measurements

Atoms and Elements
Nuclear Radiation
Compounds and Their Bonds
Chemical Reactions and Quantities
Energy and States of Matter
Gases
Solutions
Acids and Bases
Alkanes and Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Haloalkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes
Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones
Carbohydrates
Carboxylic Acids, Esters, Amines, and Amides
Lipids
Amino Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes
Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production
Nucleic Acids

ChemPlace Website
More information, tutorials, quizzes, and links are available at the Chemistry Place for Timberlake

PowerPointę Tutorials
CheModules are tutorials in PowerPointę that use mini-lectures and short learning checks to continually check your understanding and progress. I have written several CheModules to help you learn the chemistry concepts typically found in the allied health and preparatory chemistry courses.

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PowerPoint Viewer 97 (2000 Release) for PowerPoint 2000 Users
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Learning and Teaching with CheModules
These PowerPoint slides can be used by students to review lecture, to provide a self paced learning program with the Timberlake text.   Instructors may use CheModules for classroom use. Using the LecturePLUS learning and teaching system that I have developed, the CheModules,   the PowerPointę notes, and the Team Work Sheets become a student-centered learning program for the chemistry classroom.  In each presentation, the Learning Checks actively involve students in the immediate application of chemical principles.

Benefits of CheModules
The benefits of such a program is that students move at their own pace and assessment tools such as learning check provide constant feedback.   Peer group discussions provide continuous correction of  student's models of chemistry.  Small corrections made early provide a basis for students to construct their ideas and to prepare for exams. 

Email
If you have questions or comments about the CheModules, please email me.
khemist@aol.com

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