000 ZOOL141Course Intro

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Fall 2015
ZOOL 141
Human Anatomy
& Physiology I
Michelle Smith
[email protected]
www.wcc.hawaii.edu/facstaff/miliefsky-m/
ZOOL 141
Sec 60041
MW 11:30-12:45 Imiloa 123
Imiloa 136
MTWR 11:00-11:30
or by apt.
Class Policies
Attendance:
• Mandatory
Come Prepared:
• Read assignments
• Review lecture notes and outlines
Cell Phones
Please turn
it off before
arriving to
class!
ZOOL 141 is the first semester of a twosemester course in human anatomy and
physiology which includes a study of
human embryology, gross anatomy,
microanatomy, physiology, pathology, and
homeostatic relationships. This course is
intended for students entering health care
or medically related fields such as nursing,
physical therapy and medical technology.
This is lecture-based class and
and includes a laboratory
component.
By the end of this course, the student should have
a basic understanding of the anatomy and
physiology of the systems that make up the
human body, including:
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cell structure and function
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integumentary
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tissue
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skeletal
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muscular
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nervous
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special senses
Modes of
Instruction
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Assigned text readings and
lecture outlines (powerpoint
slides)
Class lectures
Internet resources
Examinations
Reaction papers and class
discussions
Video
ATTENDANCE:
• Mandatory
• Email for legitimate absence
• 10% of Grade
• Unexcused absence deduction
of 1% point
Reaction Papers
2 page reaction paper
Find and attach article related to selected
topics
TOPICS:
• Stem cells
• Nervous System
20% of grade
Homework
• Mastering A & P 9e
• Weekly assignments
• 10% of grade
Review Session
You ask questions
Jeopardy game
Exams
Exams (4)= 60% of grade
Allowed a 1-sided 3x5” note card
50 multiple choice questions
Final exam is exam 4
EXAMINATIONS:
Bring your own scantron
At bookstore 6 for $1.25
Missed Exam Policy
Contact your instructor (email)!
No retest unless a
legitimate reason
Take exam next class
time
1.
Reaction paper
2.
Video review (e.g. Gattaca)
3.
Attend seminar
4.
The Stiff by Mary Roach
5.
Knifeman by Wendy Moore
Grading
Exams (4)
60% of grade
Reaction Papers(2) 20% of grade
Homework
10% of grade
Attendance
Total
10% of grade
100% Final Grade
Grading
Grade cutoffs:
A = above 90%
B = 80%-89%
C = 70%-79%
D = 60%-69%
F = below 59%
No plus or minus final grades
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Read text and outlines
Review lecture notes as often as possible
Participate in discussions
Study in groups
Ask questions
• Cheating
• Plagiarism
See student handbook on conduct code or
see
http://www.hawaii.edu/student/conduct/imp
er.html
Course Text
•Human Anatomy & Physiology with MasteringA&P®, 9/E
Marieb, E. & Hoehn, K. (2016)Human Anatomy & Physiology(10th
ed.) with Mastering A&P/9e. NY: Pearson Pub.
Mastering A&P/10e
Log in: http://www.masteringaandp.com/
Register: click STUDENTS
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