Anatomy 35: Human Anatomy Spring 2014

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1 Anatomy 35: Human Anatomy Spring 2014 Instructor: Melissa Presch Office: Bldg 60 Room 2109 Phone: (909) Office Hours: TBA *check website* Web Site: Section Lecture: MW: 9:45-11:10 am Rm: Lab: MW: 11:30-2:40 pm Rm: Section Lecture: MW: 9:45-11:10 am Rm: Lab: MW: 3:00-6:10 pm Rm: Section Lecture TTh 11:30-12:55 Rm: Lab TTh 1:15-4:25 Rm: Course Description: Structure of organ systems at the gross, sub-gross, and microscopic levels based on human material and dissection of the cat. Prerequisite: Biology 1 General Biology **or** Biology 4 Biology For Majors **or** Biology 4H Biology For Majors Honors Required Texts and Materials: Anatomy 35 Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual. 2 nd edition. Presch, M. V. Pascoe, C. Rexach, A. Anderson Hayden-McNeill Publishers Atlas of Anatomy. Gilroy, 2 nd edition. A.M., B.R. MacPherson, L.M. Ross Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc. A Visual Analogy Guide to Human Anatomy by Krieger, 3rd ed. Morton. 1. Lab coat (long sleeves at least ¾ length) 2. Goggles 3. Dissection kit 4. Gloves (2-3 pair per lab during dissection) 5. Closed toed shoes (Shoes that completely cover your foot) 6. Scantrons: (4) #882-E forms Due on the 5 th class meeting 7. Colored pencils (preferably Crayola Twistables) 8. VAG Packet covers (4) ONLY available at Staples. Check website for details. Due on the 5 th class meeting Course Student Outcomes The description and information on student learning outcomes (SLO s) may be found on the campus website: The student learning outcomes (SLO s) for Anatomy 36 may be found by visiting the following website:

2 Course Grading: The points that you earn for lecture and lab are combined to calculate your overall grade. You will receive only one grade for this course! It is possible that there will be additional quizzes, which may alter the grading scale if it becomes necessary. Visual Analogy Guide Packets (4 packets X 25 points) 100 Visual Analogy Guide Packets assembled 20 Quizzes Muscle Quiz 1 15 Muscle Quiz 2 15 Muscle Quiz 3 15 Muscle Quiz 4 20 Heart Quiz 20 Efferent N.S. Quiz 15 Cranial Nerve Quiz 12 Anatomical Terms Exam 25 Lecture Exam #1 100 Lecture Exam #2 100 Lecture Exam #3 100 Lecture Exam #4 100 Lecture Cumulative Final Exam 100 Practicum #1 100 Practicum #2 120 Practicum #3 120 Lab Final Exam 140 Dissection Quality 10 Attendance (sign in/out sheets) 30 Tentative Total Points 1277 Attendance: You are expected to attend all class meetings. Consistent attendance is required for successful completion of this course. Because of the speed of this course, there is little time to catch up on missed work. Attendance in lecture and lab are crucial to your success. You will receive 1 point per day of attendance. You must sign both the lecture sign in and lab sign out sheets to earn the point for that day. Attendance points can not be made up. You are expected to be on time. Allow yourself plenty of time to get to class. Parking is not an excuse to be late. There is ALWAYS parking on campus. You will be allowed 1 tardy without penalty. The tardy policy for any tardies after your first will be: 1 st offense you will lose 2 points 2 nd offense you will lose 3 points > 3 offenses you will lose 5 points for each offense You can not make up for missed time in class. If you miss 3 class days (3 lectures and 3 labs), which is equal to 20% of your scheduled class time, I will drop you from the course. There will be a sign in sheet at the beginning of lecture and a sign out sheet that you must sign at the end of every lab. For each class day that you attend AND sign out, you will receive 1 point. It is your responsibility to sign this document before you leave the class. If you forget to sign the sheet, you will be considered absent from class for that day and you will not receive any points. There will be no exceptions to this policy. If you miss any class during the first 2 weeks of classes, you will be dropped from the course. There will be no exceptions to this policy.

3 Exams and Practica: Spelling counts Be sure you learn to spell the name of the structure correctly as you learn to identify it. You will lose ½ a point for every misspelled word on a quiz, exam or lab practicum. Lecture Exams: There will be 4 lecture exams and a comprehensive lecture final exam. The lecture exams will be multi-format (essay, short answer, multiple choice, matching, etc.). Each lecture exam will cover a specific unit, but will require an understanding of previous information. You must be in class when the class begins to take the exam. The door will be locked once the exam has started. If you arrive after the door is locked, you will not be allowed to enter the room and take the exam. Tardiness on an exam day will result in a score of zero on the exam. Plan accordingly so that you do not end up in a position where you are late to class and miss an exam. There is always traffic on the roads and parking is always an issue. There will be no exceptions to this policy. All bags and other items, including cell phones, will be put on the floor in the front of the classroom during each exam. You may not wear hats of any kind during an exam. You will not be allowed to have water bottles or any other beverage on your desk during an exam. You will need a pencil and your colored pencils for every exam. All labeling and diagrams on your exams must be in color. You will lose 2 points for each diagram or labeling question that is not in color. Lecture exams are scheduled and cannot be made up, except under extremely compelling circumstances with documentation! If you miss an exam without notifying me of the circumstances BEFORE the test, I will drop you from the course. Lab Exams: There will be four practical exams. Lab exams will be administered during your regular lab section. You will be asked to identify structures on specimens, models, and slides. All personal items will be stored in the cubbies during an exam and cell phones must be silenced. You will be required to wear your lab coat and goggles during the 2 nd, 3 rd and 4 th lab exams. You will not be allowed to enter the room and take the exam without your lab coat and goggles on. Lab practical exams involve set up and marking specimens. These cannot be made up under any circumstances. Lecture format: Lecture outlines are posted online on my webpage. These are intended to provide an overview of the lecture. Although the lecture will be presented using PowerPoint, the lecture itself will be interactive and students are expected to prepare before class in order to participate. Lab format: In lab, we will be dissecting, working with human cadavers and models, viewing histology slides under the microscope, and becoming familiar with the structures associated with feline and human anatomy. In order to optimize the limited time we have for lab, it is very important that you read the lab exercise before attending lab. Please be certain you come prepared and that you have all the materials necessary for lab before lab begins. If you do not have the proper safety attire (lab coat, closed toed shoes and goggles), you will be dismissed from lab and not allowed to participate. If I see you in the lab while we have specimens out you will lose 5 points EVERY time I see you without goggles. Visual Analogy Guide Packets: The analogy guide packets will be due at the end of each unit in lecture. VAG packets will be turned in during lab on the day of the practicum. The pages that you will complete will correspond to the topics covered in lecture, lecture diagrams and histology diagrams. Each packet is worth 25 points. Packets must be turned in on time. I will not accept late packets. Packet pages and due dates are posted on my website. Accommodation of Disabilities: Reasonable accommodations will be made for students with disabilities. Please consult with me immediately if you have a documented disability with DSPS so that we can arrange for accommodations. Remember that you are ultimately responsible for your success in class! Review your lecture outlines each day before class, complete the assigned reading before you come to class, spend an adequate amount of time studying (about 3 hours outside of class per hour of lecture), attend all classes, and ask lots of questions!!

4 CLASSROOM RULES: Do not be late to class. You will lose points for being late. Do not sleep during lecture. You will lose points for sleeping (you will lose 5 points for sleeping!) NO RECORDING OF ANY KIND DURING CLASS Cell phones must be silenced and put away in your backpack or purse during class. You may have your cell phone out during lab exercises only You are responsible for the legibility of your work. If I can t read what you wrote, it s wrong! Do not talk or be distracting during lecture. The lecture room amplifies your discussions and prevents anyone sitting in front of you from hearing. If you are asked repeatedly to be quiet, you may be asked to leave. A second offense will result in appropriate disciplinary action. You are responsible for all of the information from your introductory biology course and your college. If you are weak on any of this material, please review it! Everyone in this class will be treated with respect. This means you! Pay attention to me and your classmates no heckling, no sleeping, be courteous and listen when I am or anyone else is talking to the class. Treat us with respect and we ll do the same for you. Come to class prepared with all the required supplies and equipment. Every student must participate in every laboratory exercise, including clean up. Do not schedule appointments during lab thinking we will get out early! Any unsafe behavior or deliberate abuse of laboratory equipment will result in your immediate dismissal from lab Breaks in the laboratory are taken when convenient and should last no more than 15 minutes. Students that abandon their group for extended periods will be penalized. No visitors are allowed. BOTH FINAL EXAMINATIONS MUST BE TAKEN WITH THE CLASS AT THE TIMES SCHEDULED. Any student wishing to review their exams MUST do so within 2 weeks after the exam is graded. No whining! No hiding! Work hard, do your best, work together, and enjoy yourselves!

5 Anatomy 35 Lecture Schedule Spring 2014 Week Daya Lecture Topic Lab Topic 1 Mon/Tues 2 Mon/Tues 3 Mon/Tues 4 Mon/Tues 5 Mon/Tues 6 Mon/Tues 7 Mon/Tues 8 Mon/Tues 9 Mon/Tues 10 Mon/Tues 11 Mon/Tues 12 Mon/Tues 13 Mon/Tues 14 Mon/Tues 15 Mon/Tues 16 Mon/Tues Intro; Anatomical Terminology Anatomical Terminology Exam; Bone Tissue Bone Development Articulations Integument Cesar Chavez Day No School Exam 1 Muscle Tissue Muscle Tissue Microscopic Muscle Anatomy Digestive System Digestive System Respiratory System Urinary System Exam 2 Reproductive System Cardiovascular System Cardiovascular System Neural Tissue Exam 3 Spinal Cord and Nerves The Brain Autonomic Nervous System Memorial Day No School General and Special Senses Exam 4 Review for final exam Lecture Final Exam Tuesday Wednesday 7:30 am Osteology Osteology / Review Practicum 1 Myology Myology Cadaver Myology Review Practicum 2 Abdominal Cavity Visceral Structures Review Practicum 3 Blood Vessels/Sheep Heart Blood Vessels/Nerves Blood Vessels, Nerves, Sheep Brain Cadaver/Review Cadaver/Review Lab Final Exam Monday 10:30, 4:30 Thursday STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ANNOUNCED CHANGES IN THE SYLLABUS!!! Updates are regularly posted on my webpage, when possible.

6 Anatomy 35 Laboratory Schedule Spring 2014 WEEK 1 Appendicular Skeleton Anatomy 35 Lab Topic 2 Axial Skeleton Review Skeletal System 3 Introduction to Microscopy, Cells, Epithelial Tissue, Connective Tissue, Skin Open Lab 1 4 **Open Lab Friday, March 14 from 8-11 am room 2511** Lab Practicum 1 Lab Practicum points (Wed 3/19-Thurs 3/20) 5 **Monday, March 31 CESAR CHAVEZ DAY NO SCHOOL** Microscopic Observation of Skeletal, Smooth Cardiac Muscle Tissues, Dissection of Muscles in the Cat (Chest, Abdominal, Neck, and Back Muscles) 6 Dissection of Muscles in the Cat (Forelimb and Hindlimb), Observation of Muscles on the Cadaver 7 Open Lab 2 8 Review Muscles in the Cat, Observation of Muscles on the Cadaver **Open Lab Friday, April 11 from 8-11 am room 2511** Review Muscles on the Cat and Cadaver Lab Practicum 2 Lab Practicum points (Wed 4/16-Thurs 4/17) 9 Microscopic Structures of the Digestive, Respiratory, Urinary and Reproductive Systems Dissection of Cat Organs (Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary, Reproductive) 10 Observation of Organs in the Cadaver Dissection of Cat Organs (Urinary and Reproductive Systems) Open Lab 3 11 **Open Lab Friday, May 2 from 8-11 am room 2511** Review Cat and Cadaver Organs, Review Lab Practicum 3 Lab Practicum points (Wed 5/7-Thurs 5/8) 12 Microscopic Observation of Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Structures Dissection of Sheep Heart, Dissection of Cat Blood Vessels and Lymphatic Structures 13 Microscopic Observation of Nervous Tissue, Brain Structures, Spinal Cord Dissection of Sheep Brain, Sheep Eye, Nerves and Ganglia in the Cat 14 **Monday, May 26 MEMORIAL DAY NO SCHOOL** Microscopic Observation of Sensory Organs and Ganglia, Observation of Blood Vessels, Nerves in the Cadaver 15 Open Lab 4 16 Lab Practicum 4 Review of Heart, Blood Vessels, Nerves and Ganglia in the Cat and Cadaver **Open Lab Friday, June 6 from 8-11 am room 2511** Lab Final 140 points: Monday 10:30, 4:30 Thursday

7 Mt. San Antonio College Biological Sciences Department Policy on Student Cheating 1. No dictionaries, reference materials, notes, or programmable calculators may be used during any exam or quiz unless authorized by the professor. 2. No electronic devices, of any type, may be used during any exam or quiz unless authorized by the professor. a. Electronic devices include, but are not limited to: cell phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), earphones, cameras, MP3 players, translation devices, and electronic dictionaries. 3. No talking, signaling, sharing of note cards, calculators or other materials is allowed during any exam or quiz, unless authorized by the professor. 4. Only the materials required or authorized for an exam or quiz should be taken out of your notebook, backpack, pocket, or purse. All other materials should be put away as instructed, including electronic devices. 5. Students may not leave the classroom during an exam or quiz unless authorized by the professor. If a student leaves the room without permission, the test or quiz will be forfeited at that time. 6. This policy will be strictly enforced by all professors in all classes taught in the Department. CONSEQUENCES: 7. A single act of cheating or academic dishonesty in any form may result in receiving a 0 on that test, quiz or assignment. 8. Action taken by the professor will be consistent with the college policy on cheating and academic dishonesty. In addition, a report regarding the violation will be submitted to the Director of Student Life for further action, which may also result in further disciplinary action, including, but not limited to suspension or expulsion from the college. WHAT IS CHEATING: Some examples of cheating include, but are not limited to: a. Plagiarism, which is the use of materials authored by another person or obtained from a commercial source or the use of passages without proper acknowledgment. b. Having or using unauthorized materials during any exam or quiz c. Notes concealed in or written on clothing, hats, or skin (as examples). d. Looking at another student s work during any exam or quiz. e. Changing answers on a returned exam in order to claim there had been a grading error. f. Sharing any content of exams or quizzes with individuals who have not yet taken it. g. Removing an exam or quiz from the classroom without the professor s approval. h. Taking photos of exams, quizzes, completed ScanTrons, or exam keys. i. Turning in work that was generated by other individuals or by the same individual but in a prior semester, including but not limited to: lab report data, lab report or homework questions, homework assignments, and extra credit assignments.

8 j. Working together on a lab experiment when told to work individually. k. Falsifying lab data. l. Allowing another student to look at your exam or quiz, or allowing another student to copy your homework, lab reports, or other assignments. (If that work is duplicated you may also receive the same penalties listed above for violation of the Biology Department Policy on Cheating, and the college policy on cheating and academic dishonesty.) Falsifying documents, including signatures. If you are unclear about what constitutes cheating in your class or for a particular assignment, please contact your instructor for clarification before the assignment is due.

9 Student Contract: Verbal instructions will be given throughout the semester regarding the rules of this course and how each student can optimize their success in this course. Each student is responsible for listening to and understanding these instructions. The Biology Department policy regarding cheating and plagiarism is clearly outlined in the syllabus and will be strictly followed. Several rules of the classroom are listed and considered my classroom policies. Each student is responsible for reading, understanding this syllabus, the standards of this course and signing the acknowledgment of understanding. I have read and understand the policies documented in this syllabus as well as those presented in the laboratory and intend to abide by these policies to make every effort to optimize my success in this course: Print Name Signature Date Please sign and return to your instructor by the end of the second lecture period. **This is your copy. I will provide a copy for you to sign and turn in to me.**

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