Black = required information or wording Red = explanations of sections that adjuncts will need to fill in Blue = samples, examples or advice from on-campus faculty Western Wyoming Community College BIOL 2010: Human Anatomy and Physiology Semester and Year Instructor: [fill in name] Instructor Contact Information: State how students can get in touch with you: e-mail, phone, meetings before class, or whatever method you prefer. Credit Hours: 4 First semester for two-semester sequence BIOL 2010 and 2015 Prerequisites: BIOL 1010 or instructor's permission. Catalog Description: This 2-semester sequence provides the student with the basic knowledge in anatomy and physiology of the human body with emphasis on the relationship between body structure and function. Each functional system is considered in terms of its cell, tissue and organ types. Fundamental information in the areas of chemistry and physics as related to the structure and function of the body is also included. Laboratory is required. Transferability: The 2-semester sequence transfers as UW ZOO 2040 & 2110. This course also fulfills the WWCC lab science requirement for graduation. Keep this course outline for future transferability issues with other schools. Course Objectives: At the completion of this course the student should be able to: 1. Identify anatomical structures of the human body on models, charts and diagrams, skeletons, dissection photos and dissected material and correlate them to their functions. 2. Describe the mechanisms of metabolism on the biochemical, cellular, organ and organ system levels. 3. Describe how the body is organized and the role each system plays in the overall function of the human body. 4. Identify cells, tissues, organs, organ systems and their interactions. 5. Use terminology correctly and spell the more frequently used terms correctly. 7. Demonstrate dissection skills. 8. Be an active team member and work effectively in a group. 9. Demonstrate oral and written skills. Goals for student success: This two-semester course should help you meet many of the WWCC goals for student success (table). WWCC Goal Course Goals Class Activities Assessment Retrieve Stay current in a Use the library, computer Topics, homework Information constantly changing field searches, interviews, phone assignments, lab reports and by accessing information calls to experts to gather research paper grades will efficiently, synthesizing information for a research require the documentation of major points and project, assigned "system" how information is obtained. topics, homework and lab separating valid sources, assignments. research and Internet sites from invalid ones Solve Form logical, supported When given clinical Emphasis in grading of Problems conclusions by analyzing application/problem by clinical applications will be data and results of testing instructor, identify and define quality of analysis of data. problems, analyze and interpret data quantitatively and qualitatively. When doing research problem, apply scientific method. See Issues Compare pros and cons Explore health care ethical Quality of online discussion from Multiple of issues and identify issues, i.e., treatment of as well as graded discussion Perspectives emotional from intellectual AIDS patients (rights of questions on tests will arguments privacy versus. worker's assess this goal. safety), fetal research, and abortion. Explore controversies in fever management, use of antibiotics, mind/body connection, holistic v. traditional approaches to health. Life Skills Plan, design and Take ownership and follow Experimental research complete a job through by designing and project grade includes points performing an experimental for experiment design, research project gathering all thoroughness of research, equipment , determining best and assessment of validity of methods, etc. sources. Communicate Give an organized 5 Express ideas clearly in Graded homework and tests Competently minute report. Write an writing of research paper and will assess written skill. Oral organized report. oral or PowerPoint presentations will be graded presentations of project. for clarity and organization. Work in groups in group Group tests and assigned clinical assignments will be graded. applications. Method of Instruction: Lecture, on-line and on-campus laboratory, discussion, group activities, assigned CD activities, WEB searches, podcasts (see note below on using podcasts) Materials and requirements for the on line lab part of this class: Textbook: Seeley, Stephens, Tate. Anatomy and Physiology, 8th ed., McGraw Hill, New York City, NY 2006. Labs On line: Forrest, Dee. Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 On-line Labs. 2007. Required Software: Media Phys and AP Revealed (4 CD set), Microsoft Office WORD. o Media Phys Media Phys software requires: Windows 98/ME/200/XP and above Browser with Java Script enabled (Internet 5.5+ or compatible browser) 300MHz Pentium or faster 128 MB RAM 8x or faster CD-ROM drive Macromedia Shockwave 10 or greater o Anatomy and Physiology Revealed AP Revealed software requires PC Windows 98/2000/XP, Pentium II 233MHtz processor 64 MB RAM Quicktime 6.5 Recommended: 800x600 pixel screen resolution, monitor using “Thousands of Colors” or higher Audio capable system o Microsoft Office Word Ability to insert jpegs or Publisher pictures into Word documents (I have directions for this if you’ve never done it). Completion of the Blackboard Orientation Demo Tutorial and READI Assessment test or experience using Blackboard in a previous class. (Note to instructors: Blackboard is required if you are choosing to use Dee’s online labs. You are free to use them or not, but the content of those labs is considered essential.) Blackboard password which you will receive by mail once you enroll in the class. Podcasts of each lecture will be available on iTunes U. (Note to instructors: We strongly recommend that you podcast your lectures. Contact Bud Chew (email@example.com) if you’d like help in podcasting.) Grading Policy o Lecture Exams, Quizzes, and Homework: There will be 4 lecture exams worth 50 points each (see course outline for material covered in each test). Each test covers material since the previous exam and is not cumulative. The final is a cumulative exam at 16 weeks worth 200 points: Test 5 (over material since Test 4) comprises 50 of those points and 150 points come from previous tests. All lecture exams will cover lecture, movie, text, Media Phys and AP Revealed assigned lab sections and lab material. There will be 2 lecture homework assignments worth 20 points each. o Labs Lab Exams: o There will be weekly on line lab quizzes (10 points each) on that week’s lab. o There will be 2 lab practicals on bones (25 points) and muscles (25 points). Lab Reports: There will be weekly Lab Reports (10 points each- 1 point is attendance). (Note to instructors: You have discretion in the grading value of lab reports. We sometimes count them as part of a lab exam grade, and sometimes consider them optional.) Late lab reports and lab quizzes will not be graded or accepted unless arrangements have been made with the instructor PRIOR TO THE DEADLINE. o There are no make-up lecture exams, lab quizzes or labs. If the reason for the inability to meet a deadline is excused by the instructor (death in family, illness requiring hospitalization or quarantine, childbirth, accident or serious emergency), an opportunity will be presented to make up the lost points but not the lab or quiz. Reasons for not making a deadline must be documented before I will consider excusing them. If your reason for missing a lecture exam is among the circumstances that are excused, you may count the last 50 questions (Exam 5) from the final for the exam you missed as well as for that section of the final. (Note to instructors: You have discretion in this policy). o Grading Standard: 90 - 100% of total points = A 80 - 89% of total points = B 70 - 79% of total points = C 60 - 69% of total points = D Grades are rounded up from .5 to .9. For example: 89.4 is an 89 while 89.5 is a 90. GRADES WILL NOT BE CURVED. Incomplete Policy: You may request the grade of “I” (Incomplete) after the mid-point of the course when unexpected circumstances, such as illness or military service, make it impossible for you to complete the remaining work by the end of the semester. You must, however, be passing the course with a “C” or better at the mid-point of the course. The purpose of an incomplete, therefore, is not to repeat the entire course but to complete no more than 50% of the grade. It is your responsibility to initiate this process, but an Incomplete is assigned solely at the instructor’s discretion. Check the College Catalog for the entire policy. Deadlines: Labs encompass some time consuming activities that will help you to review and apply lecture. Each lab will have on-line and on-campus components. You will each be given a Blackboard password by letter when you enroll in the class. There are weekly deadlines for lab assignments and quizzes. o Please check the Announcement page for your section weekly and your e-mail daily for any changes to the lab or lecture schedule. Please try out Media Phys and Anatomy Physiology Revealed as soon as you get them to be sure they work. They are used extensively in the labs. Bring your copies to lab with you on Tuesdays. Labs and lab quizzes will be on-line the Wednesday previous to the Tuesday lab. Directions for the on-line component are given in general lab directions in the first week’s lab folders of the Blackboard class under Labs/Assignments. Once you practice the procedures involved, uploading and downloading will be simple. You are expected to attend lab each lab day on campus for farther information you may need and for the hands-on component. Your attendance will be 1 point of the 10 points for lab. o Remember to download the lab, lab quiz, lab report answer sheet and lab quiz answer sheet. Do as much of the online lab and quiz as you can before you come to lab on campus that week. That way, you can ask questions and clarify any problems as we do the hands on portion. o Upload the completed answer sheets after or during Tuesday’s lab. The completed lab report answer sheet and lab quiz answer sheet must be returned to me on-line by midnight of the lab (Tuesday). Because your on-line server or the one on campus can go down, please don’t wait until the last minute to complete assignments. This will not be considered a valid excuse for missing deadlines. During the first lab day on campus, I will explain the procedure for downloading labs and quizzes and uploading lab report answer sheets and lab quiz answer sheets. The directions are also given in each week’s lab folder online. If you have never used Blackboard, I will show you how to log in and find your section and the correct part of the class. We will work through the first lab and lab quiz together and then you can fill out the on-line answer sheets and upload them to me by midnight. Group work o Most of my students have liked dividing up the lab work somewhat. However, each member of the group needs to come to the on campus lab with the lab and lab quiz mostly done. This way you can ask me questions about unclear questions. I will do spot checks of each person’s work in lab to eliminate any parasites. Compare all you want, but don’t do someone else’s work for them. o You may turn in one group lab report answer sheet and lab quiz answer sheet with all members’ names on it. However, even if you work as a group and split up who will upload the quiz or report each week, if it isn’t uploaded by the deadline, the whole group will get a zero. To avoid this: I would suggest you o communicate adequately and divide the work up in writing so that you know who in the group will put it all together and upload your group lab quiz and lab report for that week or o upload your group lab quiz and lab report answer sheets together in the Anatomy lab at the end of Tuesday’s lab so that you know they are uploaded before the deadline. Be selective about your group. If it isn’t working effectively, talk to me about changing groups. You may also elect to work by yourself or work with the group but upload your answers independently so you know they’re posted on time. Appropriate student behavior: One of the College’s goals is to See Issues from Multiple Perspectives. Therefore, part of this class will involve hearing and reading perspectives different from your own. Everyone in class has a right to learn and express their views in a comfortable environment, so please be considerate of others' rights to hear, take notes or exams, express their ideas and participate in the class. College Policy 5420A states that "the College can immediately suspend or dismiss a student for disciplinary reasons if the college considers the student's actions detrimental to its educational purposes." Walking in late, talking while teacher is lecturing or other students are discussing, having cell phones ring, failing to use Netiquette on line etc., are all behaviors which disrupt. SMARTHINKING -- Online Tutoring: Western Wyoming Community College is now offering each student 15 free hours of online tutoring. To log on to this service click on the Smarthinking tab within your Mustang Cruiser account. The first time you enter, you will be asked to set up your profile so that time and usage can be monitored. You will be able to ask questions and get help in all academic areas such as math, accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, and writing. If you are writing an essay for a class, you can submit an electronic copy of the essay and receive feedback from tutors outlining ways that you can improve your writing. Take advantage of this service; it is a useful tool for students at Western. Students with Special Needs: It is the responsibility of the student who qualifies for specific accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) who wishes to seek services, to contact Disability Support Services (DSS) each semester to apply for accommodations. The DSS Specialist can be reached at (307) 382-1806, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . The DSS office is in Room 2015 within the Student Development Center. The DSS office will provide information regarding appropriate accommodations to the instructor of this course. Lecture Schedule Please read chapters before looking at lectures or completing the correlated labs. Week Topics Assigned Chapters Week 1 Review of General Biology Concepts Chapters 2 & 3 Note: BIOL 1010 or 1000 is a prerequisite. Therefore, this material will be reviewed not presented in detail. Chemistry Elements, Compounds, Atoms, Molecules Atomic Structure, Weight and Number Bonding - Ionic, Covalent Formulas - Molecular, Structural Chemical Reactions Acid/Base/pH scale Inorganic Substances Organic Molecules- protein, fat, carbohydrate Dehydration Synthesis and Hydrolysis Nucleic Acids Cell Structure and Cell Function Location, function and chemical composition of all cell organelles Diffusion Facilitated diffusion Osmosis Filtration Active transport Endocytosis and exocytosis Mitosis Cellular Metabolism Concepts Fermentation/Anaerobic Respiration Aerobic Respiration o Glycolysis o Transition o Kreb’s cycle o Electron Transport system Anabolic and catabolic processes in the metabolism of: o Fats o Proteins o Carbohydrates o ATP Protein Synthesis o Transcription o Translation Mutation Note: Biology 1010 notes for the above material can be found under Course Documents in your Blackboard class main page. The Website that accompanies your textbook has good review sites. Its address is: www.mhhe.com/Seeley8. Week 2 Characteristics of Life Chapter 1 Homeostasis / Feedback Mechanisms Levels of Organization Organization of Human Body Anatomical Terminology Week 3 Tissues Chapter 4 Epithelial Connective Nerve Muscle Week 4 Skin Chapter 5 Epidermis Dermis Hair, Nails, Glands Melanin Burns Regulation of Body Temperature Inflammation EXAM 1 Week 5 Skeletal System Chapters 6 & 7 Macroscopic and microscopic anatomy Development and growth Function Fractures Hematopoiesis Week 6 Skeletal System (cont.) Chapter 7 Organization - axial and appendicular Cranium and facial bones Infantile bones Vertebral Column Thoracic cage Pectoral girdle/Upper limb Lower limb/Pelvic Girdle Week 7 Joints Chapter 8 Immovable, slightly movable, freely movable Types of joint movement Disorders of bone and joints EXAM 2 Week 8 Muscular System Chapter 9 Structure/Function of: Skeletal, cardiac, smooth muscle Oxygen debt Fast/slow muscle All or None Principle Tetany, tonus Isometric, isotonic contractions Peristalsis Week 9 Major Skeletal Muscles Chapters 10 Facial expression Mastication Head and Neck Abdominal Pectoral girdle & arm Pelvic girdle & leg EXAM 3 Weeks 10 & Nervous System Chapters 11, 11 Neuron Structure 12, 13 & 14 Neuron Function - membrane potentials Neurotransmitter CNS o Nerve Pathways o Meninges o Spinal Cord o Ascending Tracts o Descending Tracts o The Brain EXAM 4 Weeks 12 & Nervous System (cont.) Chapter 12 & 13 PNS 13 Peripheral Nervous System o Cranial Nerves o Spinal Nerves o Plexuses o Reflexes Week 14 Autonomic Nervous System Chapter 16 Parasympathetic Sympathetic Receptors/Transmitters Similarities/Differences Week 15 Sense Organs Chapter 15 Receptors Somatic Senses Ear and Eye Structure o Function & Disorders of Sense Organs EXAM 5 Week 15 Review and FINAL EXAM Lab Schedule Week Topic Lab Assignment Week 1 Organization of Body/Homeostasis Online Lab 1 and Lab Quiz 1 Week 2 Histology – Epithelial, Connective Tissues Online Lab 2 Week 3 Histology – Connective, Muscle, Nerve Online Lab 3 and Lab Quiz 2-3 Week 4 Skin Online Lab 4 and Lab Quiz 4 Week 5 Organization of Skeleton Online Lab 5 and Lab Quiz 5 Week 6 Axial skeleton – skull and vertebral column Online Lab 6 and Online Lab 7 and Lab Quizzes 6 and 7 Week 7 Appendicular Skeleton Online Lab 8 and Lab Quiz 8 Week 8 Aging and Sexing Skeleton On-line Lab 9 and Lab Quiz 9 Skeletal Lab Practical (25 points) Week 9 Muscle Physiology Online Lab 10 and Lab Quiz 10 Week 10 Muscle Identification- human mannequins and cat dissection- Start Online Labs 11 and 12 upper body muscles Week 11 Muscle Identification-human mannequins and cat dissection- Complete Online Labs 11 and lower body muscles 12 and on line Lab Quiz 11-12 Muscle Practical (25 points) Week 12 Nervous System Organization – Spinal Cord, spinal nerves, and Online Lab 13 and Lab Quiz reflexes 13 Week 13 Brain-Brain dissection Online Lab 14 and Lab Quiz 14 Print off the brain dissection directions. Bring them with you to lab. Week 14 Cranial Nerve Assessment Online Lab 15 and Lab Quiz 15 Week 15 Sensory lab Online Lab 16. No quiz. Eye dissection Print off the directions and Hearing, Equilibrium, Visual Tests bring them to lab. "The above schedule and procedures in this course are subject to change in the event of extenuating circumstances." ANATOMY IS the study of structure through DISSECTION. Dissection of a cat (or human) is an integral part of a sophomore level class and IS REQUIRED in this class.