Report all accidents, injuries, and breakage of glass or equipment to instructor immediately. Keep pathways clear by placing extra items (books, bags, etc.) on the shelves or under the work tables. If under the tables, make sure that these items can not be stepped on. Long hair (chin-length or longer) must be tied back to avoid catching fire. Wear sensible clothing including footwear. Loose clothing should be secured so they do not get caught in a flame or chemicals. Work quietly — know what you are doing by reading the assigned experiment before you start to work. Do not taste or smell chemicals. Do not attempt to change the position of glass tubing in a stopper. Never point a test tube being heated at another student or yourself. Never look into a test tube while you are heating it. Unauthorized experiments or procedures must not be attempted. Keep solids out of the sink. Leave your work station clean and in good order before leaving the laboratory. Do not lean, hang over or sit on the laboratory tables. Do not leave your assigned laboratory station without permission of the teacher. Learn the location of the fire extinguisher, eye wash station, first aid kit and safety shower. Fooling around or “horse play” in the laboratory is absolutely forbidden. Students found in violation of this safety rule will be barred from particpating in future labs and could result in suspension. Do not lift any solutions, glassware or other types of apparatus above eye level. Follow all instructions given by your teacher. Learn how to transport all materials and equipment safely. No eating or drinking in the lab at any time!
Raw data in drawings, photographs or tables that may be of use for one to understand specific findings. Sources of materials that are hard to find or other information that relates to the methodology of the experiment. Calculations that expand on those that are in the methods section. Don’t contain all the items in one appendix; each piece should go in a separate appendix. You should always remember to edit your paper twice. One time for content and the other time for formatting. You should never plagiarize your lab reports. It may result in you having failed grades or the worst case scenario, an expulsion. You can use third person, passive voice or present tense when writing most of the lab reports. You should only use past tense when describing specific observations and methods or when citing experiments or research done in the past. You should choose a lab that’s familiar to you.
When recording external data, only use the specified format as per your professor’s requirements. Always cite your sources. For you to truly learn how to write a lab report, the first rule that you should always observe is to keep the report relatively short. For a one-week lab, a few pages of text should be sufficient. Should you feel overwhelmed, you can start by attempting to answer questions from your instruction sheet or lab manual to get a clue of what to address. If there were any errors in your data that occurred during the experiment, make sure to include them. Discuss possible reasons as to why the data collected might be wrong. Additionally, if you had a do-over, state what you would do differently to improve the quality and accuracy of the experiment. Lab reports play a significant role in all of your laboratory courses and are usually a vital part of your grade. It is a matter of following all the above steps with the requirements of your professor in mind for you to come up with an outstanding report.
Sunday of Module/Week 6, and the Discussion Board Forum 3 – Replies are due by 11:59 p.m. Each paper will consist of 2 parts. In the first half of the paper, discuss at least 4 concepts, principles, or insights from the books. The second half will then explain the application and implementation of the first section in your personal and corporate ministry settings (or anticipated ministry settings). Follow the requirements listedin the grading rubric. The Reading Reflection 1 is due by 11:59 p.m. The Reading Reflection 2 is due by 11:59 p.m. 2 classmates’ threads. Encourage those classmates to implement specific principles explained by Collins in his book, and show those classmates how these principles can help them lead their organizations to an entirely new level of impact. The Discussion Board Forums in this course are completed in 2 parts over 2 modules/weeks. In the first module/week that the Discussion Board Forum is assigned, you must post a 400-word thread in response to the prompt provided.
For each thread, you must support your assertions with at least 2 citations in current Turabian format or the applicable style guide for your area of study. Acceptable sources include readings, textbooks, and related materials. In the subsequent module/week, you must then post 2 replies of at least 200 words each in response to 2 other classmates’ threads. For each reply, you must cite at least 1 source in current Turabian format or the applicable style guide for your area of study. Acceptable sources include readings, textbooks, and related materials. Each paper will consist of 2 parts. In the first half of the paper, discuss at least 4 concepts, principles, or insights from the books. The second half will then explain the application and implementation of the first section in your personal and corporate ministry settings (or anticipated ministry settings). Follow the requirements listedin the grading rubric. Create a comprehensive strategicplan that reflects your research fromthe textbooks and course materials.