Spring 2019
Mon/Wed

WEEK ONE
Mon Jan 7 - Discuss syllabus & website. Lecture: part of chapter 1 - directional terminology, planes & sections. Quiz over terms.
Lab - part of Chapter 7 - cranial bones/sutures/fontanels
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for skull bones (4 pages)
Click below for an example of
how to use the lab page for labeling and study
sample labeled Anterior Skull page (cranial bones only)
Wed Jan 9 - Continue chapter 1 up to abdominopelvic cavity, peritoneal cavity, visceral and parietal peritoneum

WEEK TWO
Mon Jan 14 (11:59pm) - Drop/Refund Deadline
Mon Jan 14 - Finish chapter 1. Start chapter 2 up to covalent bonds, ionic bonds, valence shell & octet rule
PLEASE WEAR YOUR LAB COAT TO LAB!!!!!
Quiz over cranial bones/sutures/fontanels
Lab - part of chapter 7 - facial bones/vertebrae/ribs
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for the vertebrae and ribcage (3 pages)
and also the skull pages from the first week
Wed Jan 16 - Quiz over chapter 1.
Continue up to chemical reactions: synthesis, decomposition, and exchange reactions,

WEEK THREE
Mon Jan 21 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - COLLEGE CLOSED
NO CLASSES OR LAB TODAY
No lab this week -
BUT IF YOU ARE FREE ON TUESDAY YOU CAN DROP IN
DURING MY TUESDAY LAB TIME SLOT
8:30AM-11:15AM IN HSB132 AND STUDY THE SKELETAL MODELS DURING AN "OPEN LAB"
WHICH WILL BE AVAILABLE TO
BOTH MY MONDAY & TUESDAY CLASS.
Wed Jan 23 - Continue chapter 2 up to acids, bases, salts, and pH


WEEK FOUR
Mon Jan 28 - Continue up to organic molecules, functional groups, carbohydrates, lipids, lipoproteins
Quiz over facial bones/vertebrae/ribcage
Lab - chapter 8 - appendicular skeleton
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the lab pages for the upper limb and shoulder bones (3 pgs)
2) the lab pages for the lower limb and hip bones (5 pages)

NOTE: Today is the first day that the college-wide science outcome assessment is available in CANVAS
If you choose to participate you will need to take pre-test 1, & 2, & 3 between 1/28/19 and 2/17/19
you will also need to take post-test 1, & 2, & 3
between 3/4/19 and 3/24/19
If you do ALL 6 parts (3 pre-tests and 3 post-tests)
you can get extra credit according to the following scale:
0-3/12 correct = 1 extra credit point,
4-6/12 correct = 2 extra credit points
7-9/12 correct = 3 extra credit points,
10-12/12 correct = 4 extra credit points

Wed Jan 30 - Continue up to proteins, nucleic acids -
differences and similarities between DNA and RNA

WEEK FIVE
Mon Feb 4 - Continue up to osmosis, isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic solutions and their effects on red blood cells
Lab - chapter 9 - joints and motions
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for measurements of range of motion using a goniometer (5 pages)
Wed Feb 6 - Exam over chapters 1 & 2 & 7
1 - introduction to anatomy & physiology (10 questions)
2 - chemistry (20 questions)
7 - axial skeleton (20 questions)
Please use the study guides for chapters 1 & 2 & 7 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK SIX
Mon Feb 11 - Continue up to chromosomes and karyotypes
Quiz over motions
Lab - chapter 11 - muscles (names, origins, insertions, actions)
Please print and bring to lab:
the pages for muscles that cause movement at the shoulder   (3 pages)
Wed Feb 13 - Continue up to cell cycle and cancer (almost finished chapter 3)

WEEK SEVEN
Mon Feb 18 - Continue up to examples of simple epithelia and stratified epithelia and pap smear evaluation of cervical epithelial cells
Quiz over six muscles (deltoid, coracobrachialis, latissimus dorsi, teres major, supraspinatus, pectoralis major)
Lab - part of chapter 4 - epithelial tissues
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the lab pages called "Tissue Identification Guide" (6 pages)
(you will be using these for group work identifying printed pictures on flash cards that will be given to you in lab)
2) the lab pages called "Microscope Work" (6 pages)
(you will be using this to do individual work making drawings based on the microscope slides listed in these pages)
NOTE: you will be using both sets of handouts two weeks in a row: this week AND again next week.
Wed Feb 20 - Exam chapters 3 & 8 & 9
3 - cells (20 questions - NOT PowerPoint)
8 - appendicular skeleton (20 questions - ALL Powerpoint)
9 - joints & motions (20 questions - ALL Powerpoint)
Please use the study guides for chapters 3 & 8 & 9 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK EIGHT
Mon Feb 25 - Continue up to hyaline cartilage, fibrocartilage, and elastic cartlage
NO MORE LAB QUIZZES FOR THE REST OF THE SEMESTER
Lab - part of chapter 4 - connective tissues
Please bring to lab again the same handouts that we used last week (Tissue Identification Guide AND Microscope Work)
Wed Feb 27 - Finish chapter 4 & start chapter 5 up to pigments affecting skin color: melanin, carotene, hemoglobin

WEEK NINE
Mon Mar 4 - Finish chapter 5.
Start and finish chapter 6.
Lab - chapter 6 - draw bone tissue
(based on microscope work)
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on bone tissue - microscope work (1 page)

NOTE: For those who participated in the pre-test portion of the college-wide science outcome assessment available in CANVAS this is a reminder that today is the beginning of the time window for taking the post-test 1, & 2, & 3
(between 3/4/19 and 3/24/19)
Once you have completed ALL 6 parts (3 pre-tests and 3 post-tests) you can get extra credit according to the following scale:
0-3/12 correct = 1 extra credit point,
4-6/12 correct = 2 extra credit points
7-9/12 correct = 3 extra credit points,
10-12/12 correct = 4 extra credit points

Wed Mar 6 - Exam chapters 4 & 11 & 5
4 - tissues (20 questions - 50% powerpoint)
10 questions - powerpoint identify tissues similar to lab group work AND 10 questions NOT in powerpoint format from the topics in the rest of the chapter 4 study guide.
11 - muscles (20 questions - 100% powerpoint)
names, origins, insertions,and actions similar format as quiz plus additional questions from the chapter 11 study guide.
5 - integumentary system (20 questions - NONE powerpoint)
Please use the study guides for chapters 4 & 11 & 5 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over


Mar 11 - Mar 17 = SPRING BREAK
COLLEGE CLOSED - NO CLASSES


WEEK TEN
Mon Mar 18 - Start chapter 12 up to continuous conduction and saltatory conduction of nerve impulses along the axon
Lab - chapter 12 - draw neurons based on microscope work
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on neurons - microscope work (1 page)
Wed Mar 20 - Finish chapter 12. Start chapter 10 up to neuromuscular junction, acetylcholinesterase

FRIDAY - Mar 22 = FINAL WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE
After this date you will not be able to withdraw.

WEEK ELEVEN
Mon Mar 25 - Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 10 - draw muscle tissue based on microscope work
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on muscle tissue - microscope work (1 page)
Wed Mar 27 - Continue up to...

WEEK TWELVE
Mon Apr 1 - Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 13 & 14 - perform a neurologic evaluation of a lab partner including cranial nerves and deep tendon reflexes
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the page explaining how to check deep tendon reflexes (1 page)
2 & 3) the pages explaining how to perform the neurologic evaluation of your lab partner (3 pages) AND
the one page report you are going to fill in and show to the teacher (1 page)
Wed Apr 3 - Exam chapters 6 & 12 & 10
6 - bone tissue (20 questions)
12 - nervous tissue (20 questions)
10 - muscle tissue (20 questions)
Please use the study guides for chapters 6 & 12 & 10 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK THIRTEEN
Mon Apr 8 - Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 15 - Group work to identify interactions of medications with the autonomic nervous system
Please print out and bring to lab:
lab pages on identifying 10 medications as agonists or antagonists (3 pages)
AND THE SHEEP BRAIN DISSECTION
You do not need to print out anything for the dissection - I will provide re-usable laminated cards with labeled pictures of the sheep brain
Wed Apr 10 - Continue up to...

WEEK FOURTEEN
Mon Apr 15 - Continue up to...
Lab: COW EYE DISSECTION (Chap 17)
Lab - identify parts of eye models
Lab - identify parts of ear models
Lab - identify endocrine glands on torso models
(you may want to bring your textbook and/or labeled drawings of the eye and ear and endocrine glands
to help identify parts on the models)
Wed Apr 17 - Exam chapters 13 & 14 & 15
13 - spinal cord & spinal nerves (20 questions)
14 - brain & cranial nerves (20 questions - 6 of which are picture based - picture printed on exam page NOT powerpoint)
15 - autonomic nervous system (20 questions - some of which resemble aspects of the group work done in lab)
Please use the study guides for chapters 13 & 14 & 15 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over


FINAL EXAM WEEK
Mon - no classes during Final Exam week - use your time to review/study!
Wed Apr 24 - 10:00-12:30
Final Exam = Exam chapters 16 & 17 & 18
16 - nervous system pathways (10 questions)
17 - special senses  (20 questions - 10 of which are picture based - with printed pictures)
18 - endocrine system (20 questions - 5 of which are picture based - with printed pictures)
Please use the study guides for chapters 16 & 17 & 18 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

NOTE: The final exam will take place in the same classroom as all the previous exams.


:)
Spring 2019
Tue/Thu

WEEK ONE
Tue Jan 8 - Discuss syllabus & website. Lecture: part of chapter 1 - directional terminology, planes & sections. Quiz over terms.
Lab - part of Chapter 7 - cranial bones/sutures/fontanels
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for skull bones (4 pages)
Click below for an example of
how to use the lab page for labeling and study
sample labeled Anterior Skull page (cranial bones only)
Thu Jan 10 - Continue chapter 1 up to abdominopelvic cavity, peritoneal cavity, visceral and parietal peritoneum

WEEK TWO
Mon Jan 14 (11:59pm) - Drop/Refund Deadline
Tue Jan 15 - Finish chapter 1. Start chapter 2 up to covalent bonds, ionic bonds, valence shell & octet rule, cations & anions
PLEASE WEAR YOUR LAB COAT TO LAB!!!!!
Quiz over cranial bones/sutures/fontanels
Lab - part of chapter 7 - facial bones/vertebrae/ribs
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for the vertebrae and ribcage (3 pages)
and also the skull pages from the first week
Thu Jan 17 - Quiz over chapter 1.
Continue up to polar and nonpolar, hydrophillic and hydrophobic molecules

WEEK THREE
Tue Jan 22 - Continue chapter 2 up to organic compounds & inorganic compounds
(No lab this week to keep synchronized with Mon/Wed class
BUT WE DO MEET FOR LECTURE TODAY at 11:30am!!!!!!!)
I WILL COME TO LAB ANYWAY ON TUESDAY
AND HAVE THAT TIME AVAILABLE IF YOU WANT
TO DROP IN FOR ALL OR PART OF THAT TIME
TO STUDY THE SKELETAL MODELS
DURING AN "OPEN LAB"
Thu Jan 24 - Continue up to organic molecules, functional groups, carbohydrates, lipids, lipoproteins

WEEK FOUR
Tue Jan 29 - Continue up to end of chapter 2.
Quiz over facial bones/vertebrae/ribcage
Lab - chapter 8 - appendicular skeleton
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the lab pages for the upper limb and shoulder bones (3 pgs)
2) the lab pages for the lower limb and hip bones (5 pages)

NOTE: Today is the first day that the college-wide science outcome assessment is available in CANVAS
If you choose to participate you will need to take pre-test 1, & 2, & 3 between 1/28/19 and 2/17/19
you will also need to take post-test 1, & 2, & 3
between 3/4/19 and 3/24/19
If you do ALL 6 parts (3 pre-tests and 3 post-tests)
you can get extra credit according to the following scale:
0-3/12 correct = 1 extra credit point,
4-6/12 correct = 2 extra credit points
7-9/12 correct = 3 extra credit points,
10-12/12 correct = 4 extra credit points

Thu Jan 31 - Start chapter 3 (cells) up to exocytosis.



WEEK FIVE
Tue Feb 5 - Continue up to chromosomes, genomes, DNA replication, gene expression
Lab - chapter 9 - joints and motions
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab pages for measurement of range of motion using a goniometer (5 pages)
Thu Feb 7 - Exam over chapters 1 & 2 & 7
1 - introduction to anatomy & physiology (10 questions)
2 - chemistry (20 questions)
7 - axial skeleton (20 questions)
Please use the study guides for chapters 1 & 2 & 7 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK SIX
Tue Feb 12 - Continue up to end of chapter 3
Quiz over motions
Lab - chapter 11 - muscles (names, origins, insertions, actions)
Please print and bring to lab:
the pages for muscles that cause movement at the shoulder  (3 pages)
Thu Feb 14 - Start chapter 4 up to examples of simple and stratified (lining) epithelia (and introduction to glandular epithelia)

WEEK SEVEN
Tue Feb 19 - Continue up to hyaline cartilage and fibrocartilage
(next lecture needs to start with elastic cartilage)
Quiz over six muscles (deltoid, coracobrachialis, latissimus dorsi, teres major, supraspinatus, pectoralis major)
Lab - part of chapter 4 - epithelial tissues
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the lab pages called "Tissue Identification Guide" (6 pages)
(you will be using these for group work identifying printed pictures on flash cards that will be given to you in lab)
2) the lab pages called "Microscope Work" (6 pages)
(you will be using this to do individual work making drawings based on the microscope slides listed in these pages)
NOTE: you will be using both sets of handouts two weeks in a row: this week AND again next week.
Thu Feb 21 - Exam chapters 3 & 8 & 9
3 - cells (20 questions - NOT Powerpoint)
8 - appendicular skeleton (20 questions - ALL Powerpoint)
9 - joints & motions (20 questions - ALL Powerpoint)
Please use the study guides for chapters 3 & 8 & 9 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK EIGHT
Tue Feb 26 - Finish chapter 4. Start chapter 5 up to eccrine sweat glands, apocrine sweat glands, and ceruminous glands
NO MORE LAB QUIZZES FOR THE REST OF THE SEMESTER
Lab - part of chapter 4 - connective tissues
Please bring to lab again the same handouts that we used last week (Tissue Identification Guide AND Microscope Work)
Thu Feb 28 - Finish chapter 5. Start chapter 6 up to membranous and endochondral ossification

WEEK NINE
Tue Mar 5 - Finish chapter 6. Start chapter 12 up to Schwann cells, nodes of Ranvier, white matter, gray matter, nuclei in CNS
Lab - chapter 6 - draw bone tissue
(based on microscope work)
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on bone tissue - microscope work (1 page)

NOTE: For those who participated in the pre-test portion of the college-wide science outcome assessment available in CANVAS this is a reminder that today is the beginning of the time window for taking the post-test 1, & 2, & 3
(between 3/4/19 and 3/24/19)
Once you have completed ALL 6 parts (3 pre-tests and 3 post-tests) you can get extra credit according to the following scale:
0-3/12 correct = 1 extra credit point,
4-6/12 correct = 2 extra credit points
7-9/12 correct = 3 extra credit points,
10-12/12 correct = 4 extra credit points

Thu Mar 7 - Exam chapters 4 & 11 & 5
4 - tissues (20 questions - 50% powerpoint)
10 questions - powerpoint identify tissues similar to lab group
work AND 10 questions not in powerpoint format from the
topics in the rest of the chapter 4 study guide.
11 - muscles (20 questions - 100% powerpoint)
names, origins, insertions, and actions similar format as quiz
plus additional questions from the chapter 11 study guide.
5 - integumentary system (20 questions - NONE powerpoint)
Please use the study guides for chapters 4 & 11 & 5 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over


Mar 11 - Mar 17 = SPRING BREAK
COLLEGE CLOSED - NO CLASSES


WEEK TEN
Tue Mar 19 - Finish chapter 12. Start chapter 10 up to neuromuscular junction and motor endplate
Lab - chapter 12 - draw neurons based on microscope work
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on neurons - microscope work (1 page)
Thu Mar 21 - Continue up to...


FRIDAY - Mar 22 = FINAL WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE
After this date you will not be able to withdraw.

WEEK ELEVEN
Tue Mar 26 - Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 10 - draw muscle tissue based on microscope work
Please print and bring to lab:
the lab page on muscle tissue - microscope work (1 page)
Thu Mar 28 - Continue up to...

WEEK TWELVE
Tue Apr 2- Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 13 & 14 - perform a neurologic evaluation of a lab partner including cranial nerves and deep tendon reflexes
Please print and bring to lab:
1) the page explaining how to check deep tendon reflexes (1 page)
2 & 3) the pages explaining how to perform the neurologic evaluation of your lab partner (3 pages) AND
the one page report you are going to fill in and show to the teacher (1 page)
Thu Apr 4 - Exam chapters 6 & 12 & 10
6 - bone tissue (20 questions)
12 - nervous tissue (20 questions)
10 - muscle tissue (20 questions)
Please use the study guides for chapters 6 & 12 & 10 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

WEEK THIRTEEN
Tue Apr 9 - Continue up to...
Lab - chapter 15 - Group work to identify interactions of medications with the autonomic nervous system
Please print out and bring to lab:
lab pages on identifying 10 medications as agonists or antagonists (3 pages)
AND THE SHEEP BRAIN DISSECTION
You do not need to print out anything for the dissection - I will provide re-usable laminated cards with labeled pictures of the sheep brain
Thu Apr 11 - Continue up to...

WEEK FOURTEEN
Tue Apr 16 - Continue up to...
Lab: COW EYE DISSECTION (Chap 17)
Lab - identify parts of eye models
Lab - identify parts of ear models
Lab - identify endocrine glands on torso models
(you may want to bring your textbook and/or labeled drawings of the eye and ear and endocrine glands
to help identify parts on the models)
Thu Apr 18 - Exam chapters 13 & 14 & 15
13 - spinal cord & spinal nerves (20 questions)
14 - brain & cranial nerves (20 questions - 6 of which are picture based - picture printed on exam page NOT powerpoint)
15 - autonomic nervous system (20 questions - some of which resemble aspects of the group work done in lab)
Please use the study guides for chapters 13 & 14 & 15 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over


FINAL EXAM WEEK
Tue - no classes during Final Exam week - use your time to review/study!
Thu Apr 25 - 10:00-12:30
Final Exam = Exam chapters 16 & 17 & 18
16 - nervous system pathways (10 questions)
17 - special senses (20 questions - 10 of which are picture based - with printed pictures)
18 - endocrine system (20 questions - 5 of which are picture based - with printed pictures)
Please use the study guides for chapters 16 & 17 & 18 to focus your studying on the topics you will be tested over

NOTE: The final exam will take place in the same classroom as all the previous exams.


:)