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                                      ANAT 150 SYLLABUS

Anatomy and physiology form the foundation for health-related professions, as Geography is to
History. This course is not intended to make you an Anatomist-physiologist, but I assure you that
your horizon will be expanded to the infinite. You will be aware of how intricate, complex, and
marvelous the human body is. This course will organize your curiosity and desire for health-
related applicable knowledge.

There are different ways to approach the study of Anatomy, but if we include Physiology, the
systematic approach is the most effective.

     Human Anatomy and Physiology 150/151 is designed for Biology and non-Biology majors.
     The course provides both, lecture and laboratory sessions, thus meeting the College's
     general education requirement for graduation. This course meets the requirements for
     transfer to Allied Health programs such as Registered Nursing, Registered Cytotechnology,
     Registered Respiratory therapy, Surgical Technician, Emergency Medical Care, Physical
     therapy, Radiation technology, Occupation therapy; recommended in Physician Assistant,
     Medical Technology and Speech pathology programs, and other Bachelor or Master
     degrees that require a lower division science with lab sessions. This course is Associate
     Degree Applicable, and the course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.

     A&P 150 is the first of two-semester combined lecture and laboratory activities,
     emphasizing on the advanced understanding of the structural and functional aspects of
     the human body.

           This first unit introduces anatomy, its vocabulary, and briefly overview the systems of the
           body. Secondly, overview the inorganic as well as the organic elements, which are the
           basic components of cells and tissues. The third chapter of this unit studies the cell as the
           functional unit of any living organisms. To end this unit we will study how this cells group
           and differentiate into specialized tissue.

           The rest of the course begins the study of the body organized by systems. The anatomy
           and physiology of the integumentary system, skeletal system & bones, muscular system &
           muscles, joints, and nervous system are the objectives in this course. The remaining
           systems are studied in ANAT151.

INSTRUCTOR:                      Corina Escobar-Poni, MD
OFFICE:                          LA 231.
OFFICE HOURS:                    by appointment
E-MAIL:                 and bescobar@som.llu.edu1
LLU/OFFICE PHONE:                (909) 558-7102
LECTURE                          LA 224, Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 - 6:20 PM
LABORATORY                       LA 225, Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30 - 9:20 PM

Telephone number and/or e-mail addresses of two classmates:

1. _________________________________ Phone ___________________
   E-mail ______________________

2. __________________________________ Phone ___________________
   E-mail ______________________

1. Marieb, Elaine N. 1998. 5th Ed. Human Anatomy and Physiology. Benjamin/Cummings
   Science Publishing, Menlo Park, California.
2. Marieb, Elaine N. 2000 6th Ed. Human Anatomy and Physiology. Laboratory Manual.
1. Study Guide by Marieb, Elaine N. 1998 5th Ed. Human Anatomy and Physiology,
   Benjamin/Cummings Science Publishing, Menlo Park, California.
2. A Medical Dictionary. Following is two of the most recommended medical dictionary:
          Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary
          Dorland's Medical Dictionary

Grading will be according to straight percentage. The grading scale will be as follow:
        90-100%                 A
        80-89%                  B
        70-79%                  C
        60-69%                  D
        59 or less              F
The evaluation of the course will be in a continuing basis and upon cumulative percentages
derived from quizzes, exams, Lab practical, and lab reports; and its relative weight within the
                Exams (total of 4 exams)- 8% ea                     -       32 %
                Lab practical (total 4 practical)  6% ea           -       24 %
                Quizzes (6 out of 8)  4% ea                        -       24 %
                Laboratory Reports                                  -       20 %
                TOTAL                                                       100 %

In order to receive a full credit for lab reports, they need to be on time. If you miss the due date
for a specific lab report, you may bring it on the next laboratory exam to receive 75% of its value.
In the event that you miss these two opportunities, I can take the late lab anytime but will weight
50% of its original value.

      Scantron Quizzstrip (short) form No.815-E for quizzes.
      Scantron (long) form No.882-ES for Written and lab Exams
      Color pencils are useful when reviewing with the study guide

                                        Anatomy 150  Syllabus
                                              Fall 2002
1. Participation and attendance:
           Your participation during lecture will be measure by your attendance. If you have
           perfect attendance you are rewarded with additional 5% to your written exams
           Your participation during laboratory will be measure by your attendance. If you have
           perfect attendance to the laboratory, you are rewarded with additional 5% to your lab
           exams average
2. Study Guide. A lecture exam can be upgraded 15 points if you fill the section, "building the
   framework" of the corresponding chapters tested (chapters of the study guide are numbered
   same as the textbook). You do not have to tear the pages, just let me go over it, and I will
   return it back to you.
   The Study Guide is due the next Monday after the respective exam, except for the last exam.
   If you want to add points to the last exam, you have to bring the study guide on of before the
   last day of class, 12/17/02.
3. Three Computer simulation exercise  sheets are available if you are interested for additional
   lab points (see breakdown of grade)
4. More points? Look for extra-credit questions in quizzes and exams.

The extra-credits are not gifts; in fact they are more work for you and for me. But the important
thing is that you earn them by doing extra work that is for your benefit, thus increasing the
chance of "digesting and processing" the information.

1. Attendance/participation during lecture-hour will be closely recorded. Full credit will be given
   to those who have one or none absence. Two absences reduce 25%, and three-absences
   50% of the full credit. No credit will be given with four or more absences.
2. No extra credit will be added if there is any missing assignments (quiz, exam, lab reports)
       a. In your grade printout, you may see extra credit points despite of missing
          assignments, but those are subject to change after 12/12/02 (makeup day), if you
          choose not to update your course work.

The laboratory manual has four main sections:
   1. The principle laboratory lessons, Exercises 1 through 46 (we will use 1  22). The number
       of each exercise is white over a dark blue background. Some labs en with "A", indicating
       that there is a respective Physio-Ex-computer simulator lab.
   2. Corresponding "Review Sheet" to the above exercises. The number is white over green
       background. THIS IS THE ONE THAT I GRADE.
   3. Atlas section for histology and bones. It has a border colored lavender (histology) and red
   4. Physio-Ex: Physiology computer simulator lab. These exercises need to be done with the
       enclosed CD. This section is also subdivided into the Exercise (blue boxed number) and
       the Review exercise sheet. All the numbers end in "B" because there is a respective
       exercise in the principle laboratory lessons (first section)

                                        Anatomy 150  Syllabus
                                              Fall 2002
If you want your grade reports sent to your e-mail address, please indicate so, in the back of the
scantron of your first quiz.

      ATTENDANCE. Roll will be taken every day of lecture and lab, except when there is a
      quiz or exam (your scantron is the attendance record). Two unexcused absences are
      allowed, after which, the student may be dropped from the course at the instructor's
      ARRIVE ON TIME. All students are expected to arrive to class on time. If you work and
      estimate that you may have time-conflict, please let me know.
      To elaborate the laboratory reports you need the laboratory manual and the
      textbook. Most of the information is in the lab manual, para that is not always the case.
      MAKE-UPS OF EXAMS AND QUIZZES. During the last week of regular classes and
      finals week, make-up quizzes and exams will be administered in the laboratory setting on
      December 12, 2002. You have to tell me your intention of making-up an exam or quiz in
      AVOID LATE ASSIGNMENTS, procrastination is our worst enemy, don't let it rule you
      ALL PAGERS must be SET ON SILENT MODE during class.
      ALL CELL-PHONES need to be OFF OR IN SILENT MODE during lecture. If there
      is a temporary unusual situation that requires been localized 24-hour/day, let
      me know. If this situation is prolonged, for more than 2 days, you need to make
      arrangements with the security office and they will notify you in such event.
      CHEATING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. Instances of cheating or ANY form of
      academic dishonesty will be handled in strict accordance with college guidelines.
      NO HORSEPLAY. ANY disruptive and/or unsafe behavior WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
      Any person involved will be asked to leave the room.
      In accordance with college policies, only those enrolled in this course are allowed in the
      class and lab rooms.


       Get organized and follow a daily plan
       Read the chapter ahead of time, but do not try to learn the material during the first
       reading, just familiarized with the terminology.
       Use the lab time wisely.
       Ask questions.
       Form study partners/groups
       Use tutors if available, at the counseling center.
       Maintain a positive attitude.
       Medical Dictionary, Colored pencils and a calculator are very helpful tools.

                                       Anatomy 150  Syllabus
                                             Fall 2002
                  The two lowest grade quizzes will be dropped
                  Each quiz consists of 10 questions, and additional 3 to 5 extra credit questions

Quiz   1                Chapters 1 and 2                                                August 27
Quiz   2                Chapters 3 and 4: Cells & Tissues                               September 3
Quiz   3                Chapters 5 & 6: Integumentary & Bone tissue                     September 24
Quiz   4                Chapter 7                                                       October 1
Quiz   5                Chapter 9                                                       October 22
Quiz   6                Chapter 10  Axial musculature, pectoral girdle & upper limb    October 29
Quiz   7                Chapters 11 & 12 (part 1)                                       November 19
Quiz   8                Chapters 12 (part 2) & 13                                       November 26

     URE   XAMS
         EXAMS                 D ATE
                               DATE      CHAPTER
                                         CHAPTER                             S UBJECT
       1                     T uesday,
                             Tuesday,       1                Organization of human body-terminology
                             9/10/02        2                Chemistry
                                            3                Cells
                                            4                Tissue
              2              T uesday
                             Tuesday        5                Integumentary system
                             10/8/02        6                Bones & Skeletal Tissues
                                            7                Skeleton
                                            8                Joints
              3             T uesday
                             Tuesday        9                Muscle & muscle tissue
                             11/5/02        10               Muscular system
              4             T uesday
                             Tuesday        11               Nervous system and tissue
                            12/17/02        12               Central nervous system
                                            13               Peripheral nervous system
                                            14               Autonomic nervous system

       L AB E
       LAB    XAMS
            EXAMS                        D ATE
                                         DATE                      E
                                                                   EXERCISE  &R
                                                                     XERCISE &  EVIEW S
                                                                               REVIEW   HE E T

                  1                T hursday, 9/12/02
                                   Thursday,                      1, 2, 3, 4, 6A, 8

                  2               T hursday, 10/10/02
                                  Thursday,                       7, 9  13

                  3                T hursday, 11/7/02
                                   Thursday,                      14 & 15

                  4                T uesday, 12/10/02
                                   Tuesday,                       17, 19, 21

                                              Anatomy 150  Syllabus
                                                    Fall 2002
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