Annotating Anatomic Structures of the Skin

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Annotating Study Guide: “Anatomic Structures of the Skin” This is an excerpt from a Nursing textbook. Find the chapter title and circle or hi-light it. Locate the main heading of this article. Label it “main heading.” Locate the two subheadings and label them as “subheading 1” and “subheading 2.” In the left-hand margin next to the first paragraph under “Physiologic Overview,” summarize the first two sentences in your own words. In the first paragraph under “Anatomy of the Skin,” underline the main idea, draw a bracket in the margin, and label as “main idea” or “M.I.” Do this for all of the paragraphs in this article. Number with 1, 2, 3, etc. any important details or characteristics which describe the part of the skin discussed in each paragraph throughout the article. In your own words, write a definition for epidermis at the top of the first page above the
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Unformatted text preview: second column. Circle any vocabulary words that you think you would need to know and study if you were taking this course. Next to the first full paragraph in the left-hand column on the second page, write a short definition for dermis in your own words. Next to the second full paragraph in the left-hand column on the second page, write a short definition for subcutaneous tissue in your own words. Next to the last paragraph beginning Sensory Function in the right-hand column on the second page, write a short definition for Sensory function in your own words. On the third page, locate and number with 1, 2, 3, the three major physical processes that occur to keep the bodys temperature regulated. In the blank space at the end of the right-hand column on the third page, construct a short outline of this article using your annotations....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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