Study Programme 2014 - 2015
Personal Work
Course of the Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry programme, second year,
taught at the Faculty of Science.
CodeCompulsory/Optional
Course
Lecturer
in Charge
Associate
Lecturer
Substitute
Lecturer
S-CHIM-018compulsory course--villers didier
Language of
instruction
Lecture
(h.)
Exercises
(h.)
Practicals
(h.)
Remediation
(h.)
CreditsInstruction
Staggering period
Français0030032

Learning outcomes

  • Realize a personal work to improve some concepts of chemistry.
  • Work will be done starting from an english document connected to one of the following course: Physicochemistry I, analytical chemistry I, inorganic chemistry I, organic chemistry II, general biochemistry.

Content

The students will carry out an english summary (typically one A4 page) of the scientific paper or of the selected reference (evaluated by the person in charge of the english course), and a synthesis in french, from which the student will make an oral presentation (in french) the last week before examinations (towards mid-May at the latest).

Teaching methods

  • Individual work (for a project)
  • Mode of delivery

  • Face to face
  • Main teaching aids

    Main non reproducible aids

    Complementary teaching aids

    Complementary non reproducible teaching aids

    Other recommended reading

    not applicable

    Evaluations

    1st examination session assessment and weighting

    Written examination of the french synthesis and the english summary. Oral presentation.

  • Written examination
  • Oral examination
  • BA1 resit examination assessment and weighting

    Written examination of the french synthesis and the english summary. Oral presentation.

  • N/A
  • 2nd examination session assessment and weighting

    Written examination of the french synthesis and the english summary. Oral presentation.

  • Written examination
  • Oral examination
  • Article 79 assessment and weighting

    Written examination of the french synthesis and the english summary. Oral presentation.

  • Written examination
  • Oral examination
  • Pre-requisites

    First year courses

    Co-requisites

    Not applicable

    Recommended optional programme Components

    Not applicable

    Langue(s) d'évaluation

  • Français