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Lots of Writing
Many Small Assignments
This class was tough.
Ever wonder how your body works with so many parts to it, how it seems to get anything done. Anatomy and physiology answers any question you may have ever been curious about your body. When taught by Mr.Heacker at champion high school, was overall an amazing experience. The class was fast paced not gonna lie it was difficult but Mr.Heacker taught where everything was clear. You could really tell he enjoyed teaching it to us. He was able to connect everything he talked about to everyday life. He made jokes and got us to really want to participate in the class.
I got the chance to actually teach the class one day on a disease that I was assigned. It was terrifying for someone who hates speaking in front of everyone, but I got a 100. It helped me to really learn my disease and what goes on in the body. I learned every bone in the body and now I can name as well as the muscle. I have a better understanding of the body and how it works.
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Advice for students:
Its taught at a fast pace and has a lot of information coming at you. You really have to have the material down for the test. My advice is don't drop it. Even if the first test you bomb it, keep giving it a try. Its taught like a college class. there no longer is a projetor with all your notes put up there for you to copy. Its a teacher talking to you and you have to write down whats important. Get a textbook they help a lot. Since the class is fast paced having a textbook helps you to go back at your own pace of what you talked about in class. Don't study last minute with all the information you get to test on, study last minute will not help. Do the extra credit, it helps since its on what you are talking about in class. Do the work.