NUR 101 - Fundamentals of Nursing

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Alabama
Department of
Postsecondary Education
Representing Alabama’s Public Two-Year College System
COURSE TITLE:
NUR 101 – Body Structure and Function
MODULE:
B – Chemistry of Life
RECOMMENDED
1 ½ hours
TIMEFRAME:
A. INSTRUCTOR PREPARATION
Materials/Supplies Requirements:
Effective Date
4-30-08
Audiovisual Requirements:
Equipment Requirements
Handouts/Supplemental Materials
Classroom/Lab/Clinical Set Up Requirements
Suggested References
Evaluation Methodology
Clinical/Lab Skills
 pH testing
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Body Structure and Function
Module B
NUR 102
B. SUGGESTED PRESENTATION METHODS
1. COMPETENCIES AND OBJECTIVES
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
B1.0 Explain the structure and
B1.1 Identify substances related to the
function of the body.
chemistry of the body.
Instructor Notes:
B. SUGGESTED PRESENTATION METHODS
2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
B1.1.1 Define terms associated with the levels of chemical organization.
B1.1.2 Identify the three kinds of particles within an atom.
B1.1.3 Differentiate between ionic bonds and covalent bonds.
B1.1.4 Differentiate between organic compound and inorganic compound.
B1.1.5 Explain the difference between solvent and solute.
B1.1.6 Explain the concept of pH.
B1.1.7 Explain the difference between acid and base.
B1.1.8 Explain the structure and function of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and
nucleic acids.
Instructor Notes:
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Body Structure and Function
Module B
NUR 102
B. SUGGESTED PRESENTATION METHODS
3. LESSON DEVELOPMENT
Theory = T
Lab = L
Clinicals = C
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MAIN POINTS
C
1.0 Define terms associated with chemistry of life.
2.0 Levels of chemical organization
2.1 Atoms
2.1.1 Nucleus
2.1.2 Energy levels
2.2 Elements, molecules and compounds
3.0 Chemical bonding
3.1 Ionic bonds
3.2 Covalent bonds
4.0 Inorganic chemistry
4.1 Organic versus inorganic
4.2 Types of inorganic molecules
4.3 Water
4.4 Acids, bases and salts
5.0 Organic chemistry
5.1 Carbohydrates
5.2 Lipids
5.3 Proteins
5.4 Nucleic Acids
5.4.1 DNA
5.4.2 RNA
6.0 Medical Terminology
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Body Structure and Function
Module B
NUR 102
C. ASSIGNMENTS AND DUE DATES
D. SUMMARY AND REVIEW
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