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Unformatted text preview: Department of Human Kinetics HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Gross human anatomy is the science of the structure of the human body and its parts that can be observed with the naked eye while human physiology is the science of the function of the living human body. In this course we will concentrate on the structure and function of the neural, muscular, and skeletal systems of the human body. COURSE DETAILS Term: 2010 W Section: 901 Credits: 3 Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays • Osborne Centre, Unit 1, Room 203a/b • 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Instructor: Janice Meier Phone: 604 ­817 ­3135 (cell) Email: meier_janice@yahoo.com Office Hours: By appointment REQUIRED COURSE TEXTBOOKS Tortora, G. and Derrikson, B. Principles of Anatomy & Physiology (12th ed). Wiley & Sons. 2009. Bowden, B.S. and Bowden, J.M. An Illustrated Atlas of the Skeletal Muscles. Morton Publishing Company. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, successful students will: 1. Demonstrate knowledge and think critically about the basic structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of the human body. 2. Integrate and apply your knowledge of anatomy and physiology with regards to the study of basic human movement. 3. Be able to problem solve in the laboratory setting in the context of human kinetics. 4. Be an active and productive participant in group learning situations. 5. Demonstrate professional behaviour toward class participation. EVALUATION Midterm Theory Exam Final Theory Exam 20% 40% Midterm Lab Exam Final Lab Exam TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES (subject to change) CLASS th Jan 4 th Jan 6 th Jan 11 th Jan 13 th Jan 18 th Jan 20 th Jan 25 th Jan 27 st Feb 1 rd Feb 3 th Feb 8 th Feb 10 th th Feb 15 , 17 nd Feb 22 th Feb 24 st Mar 1 rd Mar 3 th Mar 8 th Mar 10 th Mar 15 th Mar 17 nd Mar 22 th Mar 24 th Mar 29 st Mar 31 th Apr 5 th Apr 7 PHYSIOLOGY Introduction Bone Structure and Physiology I Bone Structure and Physiology II Muscle Structure and Physiology I Muscle Structure and Physiology II Joints ANATOMY Terminology The Skull The Vertebral Column Upper Limb Skeleton Upper Limb Muscles I Upper Limb Muscles II Midterm Break Physiology Midterm Exam (20%) Anatomy Midterm Lab Exam (20%) The Nervous System: Introduction Lower Limb Skeleton Neurophysiology: Introduction Lower Limb Joints Neurophysiology: Neural Transmission Lower Limb Muscles Sensory Receptors, Spinal Reflexes, Spinal Cord Anatomy Lower Limb Muscles Functional Anatomy of the CNS Review Anatomy Functional Anatomy of the CNS Autonomic Nervous System Anatomy Final Lab Exam (20%) 20% 20% NOTE: Lab availability is limited to our dedicated class time. Therefore it is in your best interest to maximize the available lab time where you will have access to the anatomy models and your teaching assistants. Additional bone models are available in Gym G (Osborne Centre, Unit 2) at specified times for you to sign out and use on ­site. The schedule for Gym G is posted on its front door. ACADEMIC POLICY School of Human Kinetics Course Policies 1. Full attendance is expected at all lectures and lab sessions. Students must participate in a mature fashion in the lecture and laboratory and are expected to show respect for their fellow students and the instructors. Students are expected to dress appropriately for and participate in all lab sessions. Disruptive behaviour, including the use of mobile phones, will not be tolerated in the classrooms. 2. The University accommodates students with disabilities who have registered with the Disability Resource Centre. Students whose attendance or academic performance may be severely affected by medical, emotional, or other disabilities should consult with the instructor at least 2 weeks before scheduled tests or exams to discuss any special accommodations that might be needed in order to complete course requirements. Supportive documentation from either the Disability Resources Center or a physician will be required by the Undergraduate Advising Office. 3. The University accommodates students whose religious obligations conflict with attendance or completing scheduled tests and examinations. A list of religious holidays involving fasting, abstention from work or study, or participation in all ­day or fixed ­time activities is available at http://www.students.ubc.ca/current/holidays.cfm. Any required accommodations should be communicated to the course instructor, preferably in the first week of class. 4. Graded work in this course constitutes the lecture tests, laboratory tests, and final examinations. Your attendance at these tests is mandatory. Students must complete these evaluations on the scheduled date. Students who miss any of these evaluations due to unauthorized absence will receive a grade of zero. Students who cannot complete the graded work due to an authorized absence will write a make ­up test on a date to be determined in consultation with the instructor. Lab exams cannot be made up. 5. Authorized Absences: Students who know in advance that they will be unavoidably absent should appeal for special accommodation from the instructor as early in the term as possible to determine how any missed graded work will be completed. The School of Human Kinetics will not normally consider special accommodation without timely notification. A minimum of two weeks notification is expected and documentation will be required. 6. Where prior notification of absence from graded work is not possible (e.g. due to unforeseen illness or family crisis), students should contact the instructor as soon as possible upon their return to class. Supportive documentation, submitted to the Undergraduate Advising Centre, will be requested. 7. Students who miss the final examination in April MUST apply to the Undergraduate Advising Office at the earliest possible date to request consideration for Academic Concession. Students will be asked to complete an Academic Concession Form and provide supportive documentation. Academic Concession is a privilege, not a right, and can be granted only by the Undergraduate Advising Office. 8. Students who plan to be absent from graded work for varsity athletics, family obligations, or other similar commitments, cannot assume they will be accommodated, and should discuss their commitments with the instructor before the official course drop date (see next). 9. January 17, 2011: Last day for change in registration and for withdrawal without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. 10. February 11, 2011: Last day for withdrawal with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. ...
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