Week 4 – Day 1
Histology Lecture on Zoom.
Week 4 – Day 2
Week 4 – Day 3
Lab quiz 1 – orientation lab, microscope lab, cells lab
Week 3 – Day1
Microscope lab review
Chapter 2 – chemistry lecture – energy, chemical reactions, organic compounds
Nutrition knowledge check
Week 3 – Day 2
Chapter 3 – Cell structure and function lecture
Bioflix films: membrane transport and tour of an animal cell
Online annotation quizzes
Week 3 – Day 3
Lab: cells – please make sure to review the assessment, and if you answer yes to any of the questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wear a mask. Bring your lab manual, goggles, and pen/pencil and paper.
Week 2 – Day 1
Chapter 1 – Part 4 lecture – Human structure
Chapter 2 – Chemistry lecture – atoms, ions and molecules
Backchannel chat for activities and questions
Week 2 – Day 2
Vaccine video (the video is not available online).
Chapter 2 – Chemistry lecture – water and mixtures
Capillary action demonstration: flower & dye. Acid base reaction demonstration: dancing raisins.
Week 2 – Day 3
MICROSCOPE LAB. This lab will take place at VCC.
Here are the manual pages to bring with you, as well as pencil/pen and paper for drawings:
Please read face-to-face protocols:
Before you can go into the college, you have to read this access questionnaire, and if you answer yes to any of the questions, email me at email@example.com.
Week 1 Day 1
Introductions, zoom directions, icebreaker – on zoom beginning at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday September 9:
Chapter 1 lecture: introduction to anatomy and physiology; history of medicine. You can find the lecture and a summary under the Biol 1120 tab. I will show the lecture on the screen, and write some notes you will want to write down as we go along.
Videos: 1) human body systems
2) vaccines, 3) leeches
The videos will have short questions to answer.
Week 1 Day 2
Chapter 1 lecture: scientific method, human origins and adaptations
Lab: Orientation lab. This lab is about terminology describing direction and areas of the body. For example, supine (facing upwards), and epigastric region (one of 9 regions).
Please download the lab here. Watch this YouTube video to learn the terminology for anatomical orientation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7WXfp35FWk
And this YouTube for abdominal quadrants and regions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeFoxTi02yg
Answer key for the orientation lab (excluding dental terms – won’t be tested):
For future labs, you should get the lab manual, and the colouring book from the bookstore: