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Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units- 3 units lecture; 2 units laboratory)

Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Effectivity: 1st Semester, SY 2013-2014

Date Revised: May 29, 2013

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protection. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. 2. 4. accurately draw and label the different body systems Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units.3 units lecture. Analyze. appraise and arrange in order the different classification of body systems Affective: At the end of the course the students should 1. describe the anatomic structures and physiologic mechanisms/processes/systems involved in the following physiologic concepts: fluid transport. acid/base dynamics. recognize and recall to recognize different organizations of the body***** 5. Baguio City 1. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. 7. 2013 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P1  INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES P2 P3 P4 P5   P6           Page 2 of 12 . Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) vis a vis Program Objectives Program Learning Outcomes P1 1. awareness and response to the environment. 6. chemical regulation. Course Objectives vis-a-vis Institutional Objectives Course Learning Objectives (CLO) Cognitive: At the end of the course the students should 1. 3. manifest a strong sense of cooperation during group and class activities Psychomotor: At the end of the course the students should 1. gas exchange. and reproduction. demonstrate appreciation of human body/structures and their anatomical relations by taking care of their own body 2. sensory intake. execute masterfully assigned group presentations an activities 2. neural regulation. utilize basic anatomical facts and physiological concepts and principles in the medical care of individual in evaluating a person’s health condition 3. distinguish and differentiate from each other the anatomical functions of the different body systems 4. show respect for subject specimen during dissection 3.General Luna Road. fluid and electrolyte. nutrition metabolism. 2. 2. 5. pronounce words accurately when communicating their thoughts 3.

2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. with emphasis on physiology. 2013 Page 3 of 12 . SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. The course integrates lecture with laboratory experiences. regulations.Course Description: This course deals with man in terms of his adaptations and structural framework. The students are expected to develop the proper scientific attitudes and skills in performing the different class activities. which provides exercises and techniques necessary in clinical situations. Pre-requisite/s: GENZOO/L1 Co-requisite/s: NONE Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. eventually culminating with the reproductive system. Discussions begin with the nervous systems to the other body systems. and adaptive mechanism.3 units lecture.

Introduction to the Human Body accustom oneself to the terms and concepts related to the human body. 2 hrs At the end of the session. Feedback systems 4 hrs 1.3 units lecture. the students will be able to 1. 7 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. 2013 Page 4 of 12 . requirements and grading system Visual-aided lecture discussions. Baguio I. internalization of the VMO. reading assignment Session Learning Objectives/Goals (SLO/G) Content Topic Time Allotment Course Syllabus VMO Seat Plan Leveling of Expectations 1 hr Outcomes Based Methodologies/ Strategies & Approaches for Laboratory (procedure done by the students) Team building activities Learning Outcomes Time allotmen t Values Evaluative Measures PRC TOS (if applicable) The students must have developed their communication skills. 2. Homeostasis Overview of Homeostasis in relation to the following: 1. group dynamics on homeostasis.General Luna Road. interpret results of the feedback systems. arrangement of students. Unit I. DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE: Outcomes Based Methodologies/ Strategies & Approaches for Lecture (strategy of the teacher) Orientation. 2. Demonstrates how both the nervous and endocrine systems maintain homeostasis. Concepts of homeostasis 2. Identify and describe the concepts of homeostasis. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. vocabulary building. and 3. Keys to Medical Terminology accustom oneself to the terminologies being used in Anatomy and The students must have exemplified a higher standard of learning. must have submitted a collage on the functional areas of the cerebrum with a grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics) 6 hrs Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. Communication and regulation 3.

The Hematologic System Overview of Blood in relation to the following: 1. must have submitted an assignment on the different blood groups with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). group dynamics and action maze on blood circulation. 2013 Page 5 of 12 . interpret the deviations from the norms in relation to blood composition. 3. The Blood Vessels and Blood Circulation a. Thrombocyt es Unit IV. Visual-aided lecture discussions. Functions of Blood 2. Homeostasis and Negative Feedback accustom oneself on how the body maintains homeostasis. 6 hrs Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. the students will be able to 1. and 3. action maze. 4. 7 hrs At the end of the session. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. group dynamics on blood typing. Accurately perform Unit III. Hematology accustom oneself on the techniques in blood typing and for other blood tests. the students will be able to 1. The Heart accustom oneself on the parts of the heart. reading assignment 5 hrs The students must have led and demonstrated exemplary performances. The Heart 2. and 3. vocabulary building.Physiology. Leukocytes d. describe the functions of blood. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. 6 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz.3 units lecture. Plasma b. 2. Structure Visual-aided lecture discussions. At the end of the session. analyze the composition of blood and their respective functions. vocabulary building. reading assignment 6 hrs 5. Identify and describe the parts of the heart and the major blood vessels. Compare the functions of the different parts of the heart. The Cardiovascular System Overview of the Cardiovascular System in relation to the following: 1. 2. Composition of Blood a. Erythrocytes c.

group dynamics on lines of defenses. must have submitted an assignment on the different lines of defenses of the body with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). reading assignment 2 hrs Subtotal: 18 hrs 6 hrs 6. The Vascular System accustom oneself on the different blood vessels of the human body. perform skillfully group activities on blood circulation b. 2013 Page 6 of 12 .assessment procedures to clients/patient 4. 2 hrs Subtotal: 36 hrs 6 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. Lymphatic Vessels 3. differentiate from each other the different types of immunity. 2. submit on time well-written assignment on the different lines of defenses of the body Unit V. 8 hrs Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. f. c. The students must have exemplified a higher level of understanding concepts. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. d. Lymphatic Organs 4. The Lymphatic and Immune System Overview of the Lymphatic and Immune System in relation to the following: 1. Assessment of Pulse and Blood Pressure accustom oneself on the procedures in assessing the pulse and blood pressure. 7. e. the students will be able to 1. vocabulary building. and 4. Functions 2. identify the primary and secondary lymphatic organs. discriminate the lines of defenses of the body. Immunity Visual-aided lecture discussions.3 units lecture. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. and Function Pulmonary Circulation Systemic Circulation Physiology of Circulation Control of Blood Vessels Regulation of Arterial Pressure FGE At the end of the session. 3.

8 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. Nose and Nasal Cavities b. 9. 2013 Page 7 of 12 . Lungs g. Pharynx c. Mechanisms of Ventilation Visual-aided lecture discussions. group dynamics on respiratory passageway and lung volumes and capacities. The Respiratory System Overview of the Respiratory System in relation to the following: 1. The Lymphatic System and Immunity accustom oneself on the anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic and immune system. Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. Larynx d. Bronchi and Bronchioles f. and 4. reading assignment 6 hrs 8. submit on time a well-written assignment on lung volumes and capacities Unit VI. Anatomy of the Respiratory System a. must have submitted an assignment on lung volumes and capacities with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics).At the end of the session. identify the parts of the respiratory system.3 units lecture. Pleural Cavities 2. 3. vocabulary building. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. The Respiratory System accustom oneself on the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system. Phases of Ventilation b. Trachea e. describe the phases and mechanism of breathing. 6 hrs The students must have exemplified a higher standard of learning. interpret the changes in lung volumes and capacities. Ventilation and Lung Volumes a. the students will be able to 1. 2.

The Digestive System Overview of the Digestive System in relation to the following: 1. and 4. Metabolism Visual-aided lecture discussions. 2013 Page 8 of 12 . 6 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. submit on time a well-written assignment on the different enzymes of the digestive system and their functions c. Collapse of the lungs d. reading assignment 4 hrs 10. O2 and CO2 Transport on Blood g. Identify and describe the parts of the digestive system. Pulmonary Volumes and Capacities e. Basic Processes of the Digestive System 2. The Digestive System accustom oneself on the anatomy of the digestive system and the processes that help digest and metabolize foods. relate the movements and secretions of the digestive system to metabolism. Movements and Secretions of the Digestive System 5. SY 2013-2014 2 hrs Subtotal: Date Revised: May 29. Layers of the Digestive Tract 3. ME Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. vocabulary building. 3. the students will be able to 1. The students must have exemplified a higher standard of learning. 2. describe the movements and secretions of the digestive system. Gas Exchange f. Modification of Ventilation Unit VII. must have submitted an assignment on the different enzymes of the digestive system and their functions with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive System 4.3 units lecture.At the end of the session. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2 hrs Subtotal: Effectivity: 1st Semester. group dynamics on the alimentary tract.

3. the students will be able to 1. group activities on acidbase balance with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). Regulation of Acid-Base Balance 6. Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. 9 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. and 3. Renal System Anatomy accustom oneself on the anatomy of the urinary system. group dynamics on acid-base balance. group activities on urine formation with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). vocabulary building. reading assignment. Renal System Physiology accustom oneself on how urinalysis is being done. 2. Urethra Unit IX. Exchange Between Body Fluid Compartments 4. Alterations in the Buffering Mechanism Visual-aided lecture discussions. reading assignment 18hrs 6 hrs 11. 2. Regulation of Extracellular Composition 5. Body Fluid Compartments 2. interpret the deviations from the norms in relation to urinalysis. The Urinary System and Fluid Balance Overview of Urinary System in relation to the following: 1. Ureters 4. 36 hrs 9 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz. perform skillfully the group activities on acidbase balance Unit VIII. Urinary Bladder 5. action maze 4 hrs 12. Visual-aided discussions.3 units lecture. interpret the deviations from the norms in relation to acidosis and alkalosis.At the end of the session. and 4. The students must have manifested the mastery of relevant skills. Fluids and Electrolytes Overview of Fluids and Electrolytes in relation to the following: 1. Kidneys 3. The students must have led and demonstrated exemplary performances in the field of specialization. Composition of Body Fluids 3. vocabulary building. the students will be able to 1. identify and describe the parts of the urinary system. describe the regulation of acid-base balance. describe the stages of urine formation. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. identify the different body fluid compartments. At the end of the session. Anatomy and Function 2. group dynamics on urine formation. 2013 Page 9 of 12 .

2. 14. Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive System 2.At the end of the session. 3. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. and 4. Also. Case Studies in Alterations in Reproductive System and STDs The students must have exemplified a higher standard of learning. they must have upheld a conduct that is rightful and just. submit on time a well-written assignment on the pathways of the ovum in the female reproductive system and of the semen in the male reproductive system Unit X. The Reproductive System Overview of the Reproductive System in relation to the following: 1. 2013 Page 10 of 12 . SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. Identify and describe the parts of the reproductive system. relate the pathway of the seminal fluid and of the ovum with the male and female reproductive systems. 7 hrs FE 2 hrs Subtotal: 18hrs TOTAL: 54 HRS 2 hrs Subtotal: 36 hrs TOTAL: 108 hrs Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. respectively. must have submitted an assignment on the pathways of the ovum in the female reproductive system and of the semen in the male reproductive system with a passing grade of at least 75% (see attached rubrics). The Reproductive System accustom oneself on the anatomy and physiology of the male and female reproductive systems. 9 hrs Must have a grade of at least 75% in the quiz.3 units lecture. vocabulary building. describe the stages of spermatogenesis and oogenesis. reading assignment 6 hrs 13. the students will be able to 1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Female Reproductive System Visual-aided lecture discussions.

). Tate. Seikel. Jenkins. Cut-off Score.II. unit tests. REFERENCES: Textbooks: Tortora.A. Fundamentals of human physiology. Books Booth. Fox. D. R. I. Australia: Delmar Cengage Learning. Hole's essentials of human anatomy and physiology(11th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Singapore: Wiley. language. Anatomy and physiology(8th ed. References: A. III. Seeley. N. General Education Subjects in Non-Board and Board Programs – 70% equivalent to 75. J. R. and hearing(4th ed. T. (2010). Boston : McGraw-Hill. Shier.). (2010). Australia: Thomson Delmar Learning. K. Mader's understanding human anatomy & physiology (6th ed. UB student handbook) The cumulative computation of grades during the second and final grading periods still applies: 1/3 of the previous grade plus 2/3 of the tentative grade. Anatomy and physiology for speech. Principles of anatomy and physiology (13th ed. (2009). (2013). (2013). US: John Wiley and Sons.). assignments and/ or projects. (2012). S.3 units lecture. K. Inc. B. W. (2009). Boston : McGraw-Hill. (2008). G. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. Saladin. H. New York: McGraw-Hill. assignments and/ or projects. Boston: McGraw-Hill. and periodical examinations given or administered within the grading period. Fundamentals of anatomy & physiology(3rd ed. & Wyman. Raff. Longenbaker.). 2013 Page 11 of 12 . Lowest Possible Score (LPS) – refers to the cut off score as indicated below. P. S. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. Anatomy and physiology: From science to life(3rd ed. Seeley's principles of anatomy & physiology. G. Anatomy and physiology: The unity of form and function (5th ed. and periodical examinations. (2012). Brooks/Cole. Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. Section 8 of 2010 ed. C. A. New York: McGraw-Hill.).D. Highest Possible Score (HPS) – refers to the sum total points of all quizzes. Mcgraw-Hill. Anatomy. Rizzo.). The cut-off point which determines the lowest passing score. unit tests. Medical physiology: a systems approach.). (2008).(2011). GRADING SYSTEM:(Article IX. Student’s Actual Total Score (SATS) – refers to the total score obtained by the student in the given quizzes. (2009). D. Introduction to human physiology. All failing grades in the final grading period are converted to 70.). L. & Derrickson. New York: McGraw-Hill. physiology and pathophysiology for allied health. Sherwood. (2010).

Retrieved on November 24.html.cliffsnotes. RL Head-AMS Section-Library SNS-JBB-05282013 DR. GALANGCO. Natural Sciences Department Approved by: SNS-JKKL-06032013 DR. RHODA B. 2 units laboratory) Course Description: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Effectivity: 1st Semester. JACQUELINE B. AMT Dean.topicArticleId277792. 2012 from http://www. LONOGAN. Interactive Real Anatomy by Shawn Miller and Mark Nielsen.com Prepared by: SNS-RND-05282013 ROUEL N. exploring all systems of the human body . Retrieved on November 24. RMT.3 units lecture.com/college/apcentral/anatomydrill/. Anatomy drill and practice.html. Retrieved on November 24. JANICE KAYLYN K. 2012 from http://www. RT.com/htm/body. 2012 from Cliffs Notes: http://www. School of Natural Sciences Course Number: ANAPHY/L1 (5 units. RT Noted by: JUVYLINE P.B.com/study_guide/Anatomy-Physiology.wiley. Homework help in anatomy and physiology. www.getbodysmart.com/. Inner Body is your go-to resource for accurate and easy-to-use information about human anatomy. DE ASIS. DIZON. RT Subject Head. 2012 fromhttp://www. BONIFACIO. SY 2013-2014 Date Revised: May 29. 2013 Page 12 of 12 .innerbody. Electronic Sources An online textbook about human anatomy and physiology. MBA SNS-RBG-05282013 DR.biovere. Real Anatomy Wiley Publishers 2008. Retrieved on November 24. PTRP.

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