Midterm 1: The Complete Study Guide The test will consist of two parts: 1)30-40 multiple choice questions based on the chapter readings, with an emphasis on topics covered during class lectures. 2)In addition there will either be 3-5 short answer questions as wells as a fill in the blank or matching question (since we’ve covered anatomy in this part of class it might be reasonable to expect a diagram). The written portion of the test will be drawn from materials covered in class and class lectures. Text: Multiple choice questions will be drawn from the text. As you are studying the text, use the class overheads as a study guide. Pay particular attention to topics also covered in class. Ch 1. Exploring Human SexualityCh 2: Theory and Research Ch 3:Female Sexual AnatomyCh 4: Male sexual anatomyCh 1. Exploring Human Sexuality “Do we really need a course about sex? Since I’ve been in a relationship for two years, I probably know everything I need to know.” (see p.4) Be able to answer the questions like: Why are we here?? Why study human sexuality… Are there benefits to taking a course like this? Why study sex? What do you gain? Experiencing human sexuality: Enriching self-knowledge, understanding sex is emotional, developing morals and values, making responsible choices, recognizing sex is morethan intercourse, enhancing sexual fulfillment Things to learn from this class What does the research have to say about people who take a course in human sexuality. . .? Be prepared to discuss the benefits of taking a course in human sexuality. The history of vibrators: know about why doctors used vibrators to treat “hysterical” women; what was hysteria? How does the “wondering uterus”fit in? Intro chapter covers a lot of material, most of which we visit in more detail later. Since we didn’t cover most of this in class, expect at most 2 or 3 multiple choice questionson the following parts of the chapter: Here’s what I want you to focus on in your reading: The Early Evolution of Sexuality
Sexuality from Saint Paul to Martin Luther Sexuality in Canada Sexuality in American History “Topfreedom” in CanadaCh 2: Theory…In general, what is the purpose of scientific theory?