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Teacher Says Better Grades in High School Chemistry Possible Using Economical Online Video Lessons
An online video chemistry tutor offers convenient, economical 10-minute-a-day chemistry videos that improve grades for high school students.
“Like it or not, chemistry is a required subject in most high schools. Getting into college means getting good grades in high school. Colleges look for a high G.P.A as well as a good score on the A.C.T. or S.A.T. exam. Chemistry cannot be ignored,” says high school chemistry teacher Melanie Fine.
Any high school student can learn chemistry and get good grades using a new online chemistry video tutoring service created by Fine. It features brief, 10-minute lessons that are fun and easy to understand. Students take just one lesson a day, conveniently online at http://www.Chemin10.com.
“Any high school student can improve their grades in chemistry with just a minimal effort of 10 minutes a day. The videos are fun, short, and make it easy to remember the information from each chemistry lesson. Students do not just pass chemistry, they enjoy it and get good grades as a result of these video lessons,” explained Fine.
Students watch one online video lesson each day, and then respond to a quiz to help reinforce what was learned in the video. If they have questions they can easily type in a question through an online forum and Fine will respond.
The online chemistry video lessons cover all the normal subjects found in a basic high school chemistry course. These topics include such things as matter, atoms, molecules, states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, oxidation-reduction reactions, rates of reactions and equilibrium, thermochemistry and stoichiometry.
Melanie Fine, a California high school chemistry and physics teacher, created Chemin10.com to meet the needs of the many high school students who would like to receive online instruction in chemistry. The web site is designed to make use of technology to enable students to easily learn chemistry in simple 10-minute segments.
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