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John Glenn High School
Mr. L'Angelle Room 1106
Phone 868-0431 ext. 1106
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Anatomy/Physiology Course Syllabus
Description
Anatomy/Physiology is the study of human body structure and function. Each
system of the human body is studied for its' major organs and how they work
together to keep an individual alive. One goal of the course is to give students a
rigorous science course for college preparation and entrance requirements.
Anatomy/Physiology is a good introductory course for those interested in medical
related careers.
Instruction
Each unit is studied in the following manner:
1. Notes, lecture, demonstration of concepts.
2. Assignments are given which give practice and review of the concepts.
3. Lab activity demonstrating examples of the concepts.
4. Unit review.
5. Unit test.
Grading
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Daily class/homework assignments: 2 - 30 points each.
Labs: 6 - 25 points each.
Tests: 35 - 90 points each.
Quizzes: 10 - 25 points each.
Portfolio: 15 points.
Overall grade will be calculated using the following Power School grading
scale:
A = 100% - 90%
B = 89% - 80%
C = 79% - 70%
D = 69% - 60%
F = below 60%
Text
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology. Elaine N. Marieb
Anatomy/Physiology Course Syllabus
1st Semester
Unit
Chapter
Topic
1
1
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
2
2
Biochemistry
3
3
Cell Structure and Function
4
3
Tissues
5
5
Skeletal System
6
13
Respiratory System
2nd Semester
Unit
Chapter
7
6
Muscular System
8
7
Nervous System
9
10-11
10
Topic
Cardiovascular System
Overview unit including: integumentary, endocrine,
lymphatic, digestive, urinary, reproductive systems
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