August 21, 2018 - This is the 9th (and, last) of the 9 pages devoted to PCH 201 Wellness. Congratulations for making it to this page!
This is a very important page as I use it to communicate with you between classes. You should check this page frequently, especially between Thursday and the following Tuesday. This is where I post messages, announcements, grades, etc.
More importantly, this is where I post the weekly reports about what's missing, according to my grade book. If you show up here (by ID number) on these weekly reports, it means I should have gotten something from you and I didn't. By checking this page regularly you will be kept informed about how you are doing in class.
So, for those of you checking to find out more information, see below my first message to the class. GO TO THE END OF THE JANUARY 11, 2018 MESSAGE FOR THE LINK TO THE SIGN-UP PAGE.
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|Section 2||Thursday, December xx, 2018||8 - 10 AM|
|Mid-term Grades||Week of XXX, 2018||8 AM|
|Final Grades||December xx , 2018||8 AM|
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Drinking Hand Sanitizer
Recent trends, mainly practiced by teens, include mixing hand sanitizer with Listerine to make a strong minty cocktail, mixing the gel with salt to separate the alcohol from the gel and distilling the alcohol from hand sanitizer.
Drinking the resulting cocktail is called hand sanitrippin', getting a hand sanity fix, getting drunk on Mr. Clean's Tears or getting hand sanitized.
Hand sanitizer containing isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) is used in hand sanitizer. While it is not absorbed through the skin as much as methanol, this alcohol is toxic and will damage your nervous system and internal organs if you drink it. Possible effects may include blindness, brain damage and kidney and liver damage. These effects may be permanent, plus it's possible to die from drinking this chemical.
However, the main risk of drinking hand sanitizer isn't from the toxic chemicals, but from the extremely high alcohol content. Most people who are hospitalized from drinking hand sanitizer get there because of alcohol poisoning (overdose). The alcohol content is so high that it is easy to drink a dangerous amount of alcohol before feeling the initial effects.
Weekly Report #5 of missing assignments. Make sure you get your assignments in on time so you won't show up on these weekly reports! Mid-term grades are coming soon. Make sure all your worksheets (#1-7) are handed in!
Weekly Report #4 of missing assignments. Make sure you get your assignments in on time so you won't show up on these weekly reports!
Weekly Report #3 of missing assignments. Make sure you get your assignments in on time so you won't show up on these weekly reports! Test #1 will be given on Tuesday, September 25th, so study hard!
Weekly Report #2 of missing assignments. Make sure you get your assignments in on time so you won't show up on these weekly reports!
Maladaptive Coping Mechanisms
Weekly Report #1 of missing assignments. Make sure you get your assignments in on time so you won't show up on these weekly reports!
Welcome to PCH 201 Wellness! Our first class will be next Tuesday, August 28th, in Morrill Hall 011 (located in the basement level of Morrill Hall)
If you are registered for Section 1, I will see you at 8:10 AM in Morrill 011.
If you are registered for Section 2, I will see you at 9:35 AM in Morrill 011.
On the first day of class you will be completing an assessment survey. After you have completed the survey, I will give you a copy of the syllabus, and then you will be signing up for assignments.
All assignments are on a first come, first-served basis. At the end of this message is the link to the assignment pages that I will be bringing to class. You can look over what is available, and bring your top 3 or 4 choices for each of the 4 assignments you will be signing up for.
You will need to sign up for:
Don't worry, I will go over everything in detail and answer your questions during the first several classes.
A word to the wise - try and spread out your assignments so you don't have everything due on the same day! Planning ahead reduces stress! So, bring your planners!
I will also be giving you an overview of the syllabus and your very first assignment - very easy, to get you into the swing of the semester!
Also, if you need special accommodations, please obtain the appropriate paperwork from the Disability Office (Engleman C 105 A) and bring it to me on the first day of class.
E-mail me if you have any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 8:10 AM (Section 1) !!!!
See you on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 9:35 AM (Section 2) !!!!
Time Management is Key!
To finish the semester with a smooth landing!
Updated: 10/18/2018 R1,956
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