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  • Introductory notes.
  • Beginning course details and/or books/materials needed for a class/project.
  • A schedule design for optional periods of time/objectives.
  • Example graph/chart.
  • Relative vocabulary list.
  • A list of procedures and steps, or a lecture slide with media.
  • Conclusion to course, lecture, et al.
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    • 1. AP1 COURSE INFORMATION Instructor: Brenda Holmes MSN/Ed, RN Associate Professor Course: BIOL 2064
    • 2. Welcome to AP1
      • My name is Brenda Holmes. Welcome to our online course in human anatomy and physiology.  I will be facilitating this A&P 1 course this semester. If you have not read the syllabus (which you will find under syllabus) yet and you have questions, I will let you know here that my campus e-mail is the best way to reach me ( [email_address] ), but reaching me by phone (the call will roll over to my email) also works if I am not expected to call back immediately (870-862-8131, ext. 390).
      • Remember to read the syllabus that contains the details about the course.  After reading the syllabus and you have done the first step to finding out what the course is about and what you will have to do to pass it, the next step is to familiarize yourself with the online menus within the Blackboard homepage.
      • To find the lecture assignment you will need to go to “Lecture and exams” and lab assignments, go to ‘lab assignment' located in “anatomy and physiology” respective chapter assignments. The lab exercises are handled separately and placed in your journal.  Also incorporated in this course is a “review of questions”. This is for you to practice to see what you have learned and check if you are ready for the lecture exam. The lecture exam comes in two (2) component. The first, Part A, is True/False and multiple choice. The second, Part B, is essay.
      • Another good resource and practice is the books website. It might be WISE to look there at times. You might find some surprising answers. You will find the link under "External Link": Books website.
      • I wish you all a productive term and progress - and if it does not feel like progress, I hope you will let me know so that we can figure out how to make it progress!!!
      • Good luck
      • Brenda Holmes MSN/Ed, RN
      • Associate Professor
      •   Online Class!                                                                          
    • 3. Course Description
      • Course Description
        • This is the first of a two-semester study of the structure and functions of the organ systems of the human body and how they work together to maintain homeostasis. The course is designed for majors in health profession programs. A lab is required. Each section will be graded using the weighted measurement format. For example lecture exams are 60% of your grades, labs 40%. Each exam and assignment will be given a certain percent to make your grade.
    • 4. Information
      • Class: AP1
      • Location: Online
      • Schedule
        • Lecture: Mon – Thurs Online
        • Lab: Mon – Thurs Online
        • Out of office: Fri
      • Office: Workforce Bldg, East Campus Room 134
      • Phone: 870-862-8131Ext. 390
      • Email: [email_address]
      • Office Hours: 8am – 3:30pm Tues/Thurs
      • Online Hours: Tues/Thurs 8am – 12n
      • Book(s)
        • Hole’s Human Anatomy and Physiology 12 th Ed.
        • Anatomy and Physiology – Lab Manual- Fetal Pig Dissection
        • PHIL CD
      • Materials
        • Study Aid
        • Merriam Webster Dictionary online – www.m-w.com
        • Medline Plus Medical Dictionary online – www.nlm.hih/gov/medlineplus/mplusdictionary.html
    • 5. Course Description
      • Course Description:
        • 5 week course over Chapters 1 – 12
        • Exams:
          • Lecture: 4 exams
          • Lab: 4 module exams identifying components of the body, short answers, matching
        • Assignments:
          • 18 lab assignments all placed in your journal
            • Include identification of components of the body
            • Equipment you may use
            • Case Studies
    • 6. Objectives
      • The student will:
        • Explain, describe, discuss, recognize, and/or apply the knowledge and understanding of the following organ systems:
          • Integumentary
          • Skeletal
          • Muscular
          • Nervous
        • Understand the anatomy of the human body, its interaction with its environment; how the structure and functions work together to enable humans to walk upright; to perceive and react to the environment using their special senses.
        • Understand the diseases and the breakdown of specific system and what happens when these system no longer interact cooperatively or function properly.
    • 7. Schedule Class/Week Exams Date Labs Assignment Due Lab Task Module 1 July13th July 13 th
      • Scientific Method
      • Body Labeling
      • Anatomical Terminology
      • DNA Identification
      • Osmosis and Diffusion CD
      • Cell Identification/Mitosis
      • Identification Parts of a Microscope
      Module 2 July 20 th July 20 th
      • Case Study: Lactose Intolerance
      • Tissue Identification
      • UV Summary
      • Layer of Skin
      • Skeletal Exercise- Get Body Smart
    • 8. Schedule Class/Week Exams Date Labs Assignment Due Lab Task Module 3 July 27 th July 27 th
      • Case Study: Unlucky Hiker
      • Bone Labeling
      • Muscular exercise
      • Case Study: Botulism
      Module 4 August 4 th August 4 th
      • Completion of Journal
      • PHIL CD: Muscle Tension Measurement
      • Sheep Eye Dissection
    • 9. Grades Required Graded Assignment Point Values Maximum Usable Points Introductory Quiz 1 @10 pts 10 pts Lecture Exams 4 @ 180 pt 720 pts Bonus Assignment 1 @ 50 pts 50 pts Lab Journal 300 pts 300 pts Lab Module Exam 4 @ 30 pts 120 pts Exit Essay 1 @ 10 pts 10 pts Total 1210
    • 10. Graphs/Charts 2
      • A = 90 – 100 %
      • B = 80-90 %
      • C = 70-80 %
      • D = 60-70 %
      • F = < 60 %
    • 11. Vocabulary
      • Plagiarism
        • To steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) s one’s own; use (another production) without crediting the source.
        • Be sure to provide references where ideas or words are copied from a textbook or lab manual.
      • Dishonesty
        • Lack of honesty or integrity; disposition to defraud or deceive
        • Be sure to be conscientious when cooperating with other students which are a function of the course that is strongly promoted.
      • Scientific Ethics
        • To be conscientious
    • 12. Lecture Slide
      • Power Points
        • Printable Power Points
        • Slideshow to view directly from your computer.
        • Located in lecture and exams section
    • 13. Conclusion
      • Complete the 10 point introductory Quiz.

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