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From: Maria Lester (alester@chesterfield.k12.va.us)
Date: Thu Feb 20 2003 - 11:04:19 EST

Good Morning,
I am a teacher from Chesterfield County, Virginia. I wanted to tell you all
how much I appreciate and have enjoyed your comments and tips. Because of
illness and a death in the family, I am just now able to "get caught up" on
the workshop videos and homework. The snow break was a great time to get
this going. Our county had snow and was out for 3 school days. Because of
this, the librarian did not get Session #5 taped. I was wondering if there
was anyone out there that could help me out? If there is someone in
Chesterfield County that was able to tape the video, you could pony it to me
and I would return it. If no Chesterfield people out there...is there a way
I could purchase it or pay for anyone to mail me a copy of your tape? I
would be thankful for any suggestions.

Maria Lester
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  From: channel-talkchemistry-admin@learner.org
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  Subject: [Channel-talkchemistry] workshop III kinetics

  I really loved the kinetics lab using the iondine clock reaction. My
student teacher and I actually succeeded in the william tell overture - but
it took us several weeks to get it right. I think the marble demo is great
and I think you could show the effect of catalysis by giving students hot
wheels tracks that make sure the marbles will collide. Tina Falconer


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