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Body Structure and Function

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Body Structure and Function

    Course Outcome Summary

Information

    Body Structure and Function Project Title

    30-510-302 Course Number

    2 Credits

    72 Potential Hours

    One-Year Technical Diploma Instructional Level

    Service and Health Occupations Division

    Mara Eisch Developers

    03/17/1998 Development Date

Types of Instruction

    Type of Instruction Contact Hours Outside Hours Credits

    Classroom Presentation 72 72 2

    Totals 72 2

Target Population

    This is a core course for students admitted to the LPN Program. It is designed to establish the scientific knowledge base for successful completion of the practical nursing courses. This course is delivered

    through classroom presentation for student learning styles that benefit from classroom interaction. This

    course is also offered via the internet for students who prefer an independent study format.

Description

    Introduces the basic normal anatomy and physiology of the human body essential for nursing practice.

    Medical terminology necessary for professional communication is introduced and plays a significant role in the course.

Textbooks

    Anderson, K.A., Anderson, L.E. and Glanze, W.D. (eds) Mospby's Medical, Nursing, and Allied Health Dictionary. . Edition: 4th. Publisher: Mosby. Required.

    Scanlon, V.C. and Sanders, T. Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology. . Edition: 2nd. Publisher: F.A. Davis Co. Required.

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    Scanlon, V.C. and Sanders, T. Student Workbook for Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology. Edition: 2nd. Publisher: F.A. Davis Co. Required.

    Eisch, Mara Body Structure and Function curriculum manual. Publisher: FVTC. Required.

Core Abilities

    * Demonstrate adaptation to change.

* Use critical and creative thinking to solve problems, resolve conflicts, make decisions and

    complete tasks.

* Work cooperatively in a team environment.

* Communicate in ways that honor diversity.

* Demonstrate personal integrity through ethical and responsible behaviors.

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Body Structure and Function

    Learning Plan 1

    Orientation to the Course

Overview

    This module introduces the student to the format of the course, course policies, and expectations of the student. An orientation to the course is provided to enhance student understanding of the course and

    thereby student success in the course.

Target Competency

    1. Work within a team environment.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o you work with team members to develop answers to class learning activities.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency: a. Discuss expectations of team activities.

Target Competency

    2. Participate actively in learning process and learning environment.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o you participate in large/small group discussion.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency: a. Discuss student and teacher roles in the learning process.

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Target Competency

    3. Demonstrate commitment to department ethical conduct policy.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o your behavior is consistent with the ethical conduct policy.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency: a. Review department ethical conduct policy.

Learning Activities

    _____1. Introduction of course, teacher, and students.

_____2. REVIEW syllabus format.

_____3. DISCUSS module learning objectives.

Assessment Activities

    _____1. Contribute to the small and large group discussion of objectives.

    _____2. Behavior in class is consistent with the ethical conduct policy.

_____3. Contribute to the efforts of your team.

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Body Structure and Function

    Learning Plan 2

    Organization and General Plan of

    the Body

Overview

    This module introduces the study of human anatomy and physiology. It begins by defining a number of

    terms necessary for the understanding of the subject, and progresses to describing the organization of the body according to structural units. Each body system is briefly introduced.

Target Competency

    1. Describe the organization and general plan of the body.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o you earn 78-100% grade on the written exam.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency:

    a. Define vocabulary words.

    b. Explain how physiology is related to anatomy, include an example. c. Explain the levels of organization of the human body. d. Outline the body process of homeostasis, include an example. e. Name descriptive terms and definitions.

    f. Define terms of location and position.

    g. Explain the importance of anatomical position.

    h. List each organ system and its function.

    i. Name the subdivisions of the two major cavities, include the name of the lining.

    j. List the four quadrants of the abdomen and organs in each. k. Define the five planes that separate the body or an organ. l. Name the nine regions of the abdomen.

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Learning Activities

    _____1. MIND-MAP vocabulary words.

_____2. READ textbook, Chapter 1, p. 2-19.

_____3. COMPLETE the learning objectives.

    _____4. COMPLETE Chapter 1 in Student Study Guide.

    _____5. PARTICIPATE in a small group and class discussion.

Assessment Activities

    _____1. Complete the multiple choice test at 78% accuracy.

    _____2. Contribute to the small and large group discussion of objectives.

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Body Structure and Function

    Learning Plan 3

    Basic Chemistry

Overview

    This unit provides an overview of some basic chemistry concepts as they relate to the human body. It

    begins with describing the structure of an atom, a molecule, chemical bonds, and chemical reactions. It

    continues with descriptions of inorganic and organic substances and their function in the body. The basic

    concepts of this unit contribute to the foundation for future units.

Target Competency

    1. Describe the organization and general plan of the body.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o you earn 78-100% grade on the written exam.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency:

    a. Define vocabulary words.

    b. Explain how physiology is related to anatomy, include an example. c. Explain the levels of organization of the human body. d. Outline the body process of homeostasis, include an example. e. Name descriptive terms and definitions.

    f. Define terms of location and position.

    g. Explain the importance of anatomical position.

    h. List each organ system and its function.

    i. Name the subdivisions of the two major cavities, include the name of the lining.

    j. List the four quadrants of the abdomen and organs in each. k. Define the five planes that separate the body or an organ. l. Name the nine regions of the abdomen.

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Learning Activities

    _____1. MIND-MAP vocabulary words.

_____2. READ Chapter 2 in textbook.

_____3. COMPLETE the learning objectives.

    _____4. COMPLETE Chapter 2 of Student Study Guide.

    _____5. PARTICIPATE in a small group and class discussion.

Assessment Activities

    _____1. Complete the multiple choice test at 78% accuracy.

    _____2. Contribute to the small and large group discussion of objectives.

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Body Structure and Function

    Learning Plan 4

    Cells

Overview

    This module begins with a brief discussion of sizes and shapes of cells and basic cell structure. It includes a description of the functions of cell organelles and cellular transport mechanisms. Genetic code, protein synthesis, and cell division are studied.

Target Competency

    1. Explain the structures of human cells and their functions.

Performance Standards

Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:

    o you earn 78-100% grade on the written exam.

Learning Objectives

    This learning plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the competency:

    a. Define vocabulary words.

    b. State the function of cell membrane, and its organic molecules (cholesterol, proteins, and phospholipids).

    c. Describe the function of each organelle.

    d. Explain the role of the cell membrane in facilitated diffusion, include an example. e. Explain filtration, include where the energy comes from for filtration and an example. f. Describe diffusion, include an example.

    g. Describe active transport, include an example and where the energy come from. h. Explain osmosis, include an example.

    i. Compare hypertonic and hypotonic, include an example specific to the human body. j. Explain phagocytosis and pinocytosis, include an example of each.

    k. Describe a human chromosome.

    l. Explain the stages of mitosis, include two examples of importance to the human body. m. Compare meiosis and mitosis, include number of divisions, number of cells formed, and chromosome

    number of the cell formed.

    n. Explain the triplet code and how it is copied.

    o. Describe protein synthesis, include organelle site.

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Learning Activities

    _____1. MIND-MAP vocabulary words.

_____2. READ Chapter 3 in textbook.

_____3. COMPLETE the learning objectives.

    _____4. COMPLETE chapter 3 in Student Study Guide.

    _____5. PARTICIPATE in a small group and class discussion.

Assessment Activities

    _____1. Complete the multiple choice test at 78% accuracy.

    _____2. Contribute to the small and large group discussion of objectives.

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