This class was tough.
This is a required course for Communication Disorders majors. I highly recommend taking it with Sandra Ciocci because she is an excellent professor. She does get confused about the content occasionally, but I believe that does not affect how she does at teaching the course. If you put in enough effort you will do well.
This course is the background for everything to follow in Communication Disorders which is why it is important to do well. I learned the Anatomical and Physiological factors that go into speech production.
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Advice for students:
To succeed in this class you need to put in effort. If you do not study you will not pass. I recommend lots of flashcards. If you do poorly on the first exam you should consider getting an tutor because exams are 80% of your grade. Also make sure you take advantage of the unlimited attempts of the Anatesse quizzes because they will bring your grade up. One thing worth noting is that Anatesse does not work on Macs. If you use a Mac make sure you find access to a PC.