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Download free Solomon Organic Chemistry.pdf There are many ways to learn organic chemistry. One of the best ways is to teach it to other people. In the 7th edition of Organic Chemistry (John Wiley and Sons, Inc.) we have included "Learning Group Problems", vehicles by which students can learn organic chemistry through teaching. As we shall describe, this can occur both inside and outside of the classroom, and both formally and informally.

Learning Group Problems ("LGPs") are designed to be integrative. They typically draw together multiple concepts from a given chapter, and they often involve concepts from earlier chapters. Because the scope of the Learning Group Problems is broad and the solutions tend to be more elaborate than for "regular" chapter problems, students will find it advantageous to work together on the Learning Group Problems outside of class.

During class time, student presentations of Learning Group Problem solutions can be the teaching mode for a given day in class. Incorporation of LGP presentations offers several distinct advantages to the classroom pedagogy. LGP presentations provide an open window into the way students think about chemistry; they allow the instructor to dispel student misconceptions gently but immediately for the whole class; and they provide opportunities for the instructor to show how a trained chemist would approach a given problem. Because the LGPs are integrative and often involve a synthesis of concepts, they can also serve as a review of chemistry that students have studied up to that point.


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