CCC 1 220 Syllabus S16 (2)


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COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BIO 220 HUMAN ANATOMY: CRN: 92447 (Spring 2016) Instructor: Dr. Tracey Magrann Lab: Mon-Wed 12:15-3:15 Room Le-Jao 121 (attend both labs) Lecture: Mon-Wed 3:55 -4:20 (room Le-Jao 115) attend both lectures E-mail: [email protected] Website: Download and print all course materials from this website! Good supplementary website: Course Description and student learning outcomes This course is designed to introduce you to the anatomy of the human body as well as to prepare you for the course in human physiology. This course will include discussion of organization at the level of cell, tissue, organ and system, developmental biology and function. The laboratory will include histology at the light microscopic level, use of models, and dissection of the cat. Student learning outcomes: Students completing this course will be able to comprehend and evaluate content relating to human body structure, function and disease. Textbooks and Other Supplies a) Human Anatomy, by Saladin, 3 rd edition. ISBN 0077349997 b) Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual, 4 rd ed. By Saladin (not required) ISBN-10: 0077508610 c) Four Scantrons #882E MAKE SURE YOU DON’T FOLD OR WRINKLE THEM d) Recommended: (skeletal premium and A&P). Contact me for discount codes. Grading Policy Grades are based on lecture exams and quizzes and lab exams. A = 90-100%, B = 80-89%, C = 70-79%, D = 60-69%, and F<60%. Lecture Exams and Quizzes: During some lab times there will be a 10-point quiz on the lecture material from the previous week (all quizzes are multiple choice except the first one is short answer) There are a total of 5 quizzes during the semester. There are 4 lecture exams worth 70 points each; the fourth one is a comprehensive final exam. Each of the first three lecture exam will cover material from the unit of lectures preceding it. The final lecture exam will consist of the material since the third lecture exam plus a cumulative portion. The lecture exams are 70 questions, one point each. There are 60 questions that are multiple choice (use a scantron) and 10 questions that are fill-in-the-blank. There is no extra credit in lecture. The points in lecture total 330. There is no extra credit. Writing Assignment ( 5 points). Type at least one paragraph about what you want to do for a living and why you chose that profession. Email it to me as an attachment so I can download it and save it in my files. You will be graded on grammar, spelling, punctuation, and quality of writing. Lab Practical Exams There are three lab exams worth 100 points each, all fill in the blank. There will also be one 20-point quiz on blood vessel labeling; total possible points in lab are 320. The final lab exam is not cumulative EXCEPT for all the histology (microscope slides). There is no extra credit.
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