CSD 315.615 syllabus 2008

CSD 315.615 syllabus 2008 - Syracuse University CSD...

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Spring 2008 Course Instructor: Rachael DeMarco, M.S., CCC-SLP E-mail: rldemarc@syr.edu or rldemarc@twcny.rr.com Phone: (315) 729-9982 Class Meeting Times: Tuesdays 5:00-7:45 pm, Hall of Languages 107 Office Hours: By appointment only. Please contact me via email or phone to arrange a meeting or discuss any questions/concerns that may arise during the semester. Required Texts: Seikel, J. A., King, D.W. & Drumright, D.G. (2005). Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing . Third Edition . Thomson Delmar Learning. ISBN# 1-4018-2581-8 Alcamo, I. E. (2003). Anatomy Coloring Workbook. Second Edition. Random House. ISBN# 0-375-76342-2 Required textbooks are available at Follett’s Orange Bookstore in the Marshall Square Mall. Selected additional readings will be assigned and made available on Blackboard. You will also need to purchase a set of colored pencils. Please bring these with you to each class. Prerequisite: CSD 212: Introduction to Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders (or a similar course taken at another university). Please see me if you have not yet taken this course. Course Description: Welcome to CSD 315/615: Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism. This is a required course for students majoring in Communication Sciences & Disorders. The course will provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge regarding the basic anatomy and physiology associated with speech, language, swallowing, and hearing. Instruction will take place through a combination of formal lectures, case studies, videos, and class discussions. This course will require you to learn and memorize a number of terms, many of them unfamiliar to you. The only way to succeed in this class is to spend time studying the material. Your textbook includes a very helpful CD-ROM. Use it frequently. If you complete the study guides and lessons you will undoubtedly perform better in this course. Whenever possible, I will use websites, videos, and three-dimensional models to illustrate ideas from class lectures and the textbook. CSD 315/615 Spring 2008
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