MUDDY WATERS: Chicago's
EARTH SCIENCE 109W
DAILY OBJECTIVES: September 3, 2010
By the end of today's
class, you should be able to do the following:
names of your instructors and Peer Mentors.
explain the objectives of the First-Year Experience program.
paragraph explaining how and why environmental geology is
important in Chicago.
Write the first names of three of your
Explain to another person the safety precautions that should be taken
when performing scientific studies around bodies of water.
For each of the four water quality field parameters (temperature, pH,
electrical conductivity, and dissolved oxygen), verbally
give a 1-2 sentence description of what it means, in terms that a family
member would understand.
Conduct tests of the four water quality field parameters listed above.
viewing a slide show of the NEIU
climbing wall, set your own personal goal and share it with your
Explain why we had you take the Noel Levitz College Student Inventory
Write a list what you must bring to next week's class, and a description
of how you should be dressed for class.
Department of Earth Science
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August 29, 2010.
Dr. Ken Voglesonger
Dr. Laura Sanders
Your Peer Mentors: