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Learning Exercise: Building Medical Terms for the Digestive System

Title:
Building Medical Terms for the Digestive System
Material:
Description:
This assignement provides the learner an opportunity to learn appropriate vocabulary used in regards to the digestive system.
Course: Medical Terminology, many health science classes

Info

Submitted by:
Deborah Clarkston
Date Last Modified:
July 25, 2005

Exercise

1. Go to the learning object Building Medical Terms for the Digestive System by
Patricia Cline at URL:
http://www.wisconline.org/objects/index_tj.asp?objid=GEN704

2. Open your word processing program. As you go through the learning object
record the words you create in the word processing program.

3. Complete the learning object by following the instructions. Don't forget to
note the words you have completed.

4. After completion of the learning object, return to your word processing
program. For each word listed create a sentence using the word appropriately.

5. Submit your completed sentences to the instructor.


Categories

Audience

  • College Lower Division

Requirements

Basic understanding of digestive system. An understanding of what is meant by "click and drag"

Learning Objectives

After completion of this lassignment learners will be able to:
1) use professional terminology in regards to the digestive system appropriately
2) understand professional terminology in regards to the digestive system
3)determine the correct meaning of words used in regards to the digestive that they have not been exposed to previously.

Type of Task

  • Student-centered
  • Unsupervised

Technical Notes

Macro-media Flash Player 7 needed to use the material.