HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
Lecture Exams 40 %
A. The Lecture Grade will count 50% of your final grade. It is determined in the following way:
There will be four lecture exams.One will be given at the end of each unit. Each exam will be announced about one week in advance. The exams will consist of multiple choice questions. All material on the exams will come from the journal questions you have answered at home and we have discussed in class. Each exam will take one class period. There will be no curving of class grades. The tests have been designed so they test what you should have learned in class.
A Make up exam will only be given if there is a well-founded excuse. You will be given one week from the day of the originally scheduled exam to do the make up exam otherwise a " 0 " will be assigned. If you know ahead of time you will be missing an exam you may take the exam earlier than the rest of the class.
Weekly Quizzes 5 %.
Once a week at the beginning of lecture class there will be an announced 10- minute quiz on the previous days material. There is absolutely no make-up on these quizzes. If you are late and miss the quiz you will be assigned a " 0".
The Journal 5 %
You will be given a set of questions for each chapter to answer at home in the journal. When you come to class you will at least be prepared with your answers and have some idea of what is being talked about during class. Nothing worse then sitting in class and not having a clue about what is being said. The journal is to be brought to all classes.
Weekly Lab Quizzes 11 %
B. The Lab Grade will count 50% of your final grade. It is determined in the following way:
The quiz will always be given during the first 15-20 minutes of the lab period. It will cover the previous week's lab and one or two questions on the lab you are doing that day. If you arrive late you will either have less time for the quiz or you will miss the quiz. The lowest lab quiz grade will be dropped. So, if you miss a quiz that is the one you will drop. There will be NO make-ups on lab quizzes.
PreLab Assignments 3%
Each week you will be assigned questions to answer about the following week's lab. These will beturned in when you first arrrive to lab.
2 Lab Practicals 36 %
Each Lab Practical will include material from 5-6 labs you have already completed. The questions will be all multiple - choice. There are NO make-ups on Lab Practicals. They will be on ScanTron so make sure you bring a #2 pencil.
Good news! There is no midterm or cumulative final exam in this course.
The textbook is to be brought to all classes.I know it is heavy so be careful how you carry it. Rotate the shoulder you use to carry the book so you don't overuse one set of muscles.
This is not a lecture class!You will be expected to actively answer and ask questions during each class. Your completed journal will provide you with many of the answers. No one just sits in class. If you don't volunteer answers then I will volunteer you.
You are expected to attend all classes. Besides not studying properly the other main reason students do poorly or fail a class is because they don't get to the class. So easy to rollover and go back to sleep. Get up and get to class! Class starts on time. Be there on time. I find it extremely rude for students to walk into class late. I understand that once in awhile this will happen, but not every class.
You are expected to attend all classes. If you are unable to attend class please do me the courtesy of calling me at (732) 548-6000 ext.3377 or e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Campus Cruiser. I will return your call and I do check my e-mail.
Please shut off all electronic devices before you come into class. They are annoying and distracting to other members of the class and I get quite perturbed when they go off during class time. If there is an emergency call you are expecting please let me know before class.
If you are a special needs student please see me privately after class. I will comply with any special needs that have been documented by Project Connections.
Cheating will not be tolerated. An F will be automatically assigned if you are caught cheating.
For additional information about these requirements please visit my BIO 112 Syllabus and/or BIO 112 Grading pages.