• Forest High School
    Course:  Health Science Anatomy & Physiology
    Teacher:  Ms. McManis


    Grading Policy:  Weighted Average

    Unit Tests – 50%
    Medical Terminology Quizzes – 35%
    Classroom assignments – 5%
    Nine Weeks Project / Notebook checks – 10%

     

    Course Outline:

    • Analyze and interpret an overview of the human body, including organization and chemical process.
    • Apply correct medical terminology relating to body structure and function.
    • Discuss & describe cell structure and function in healthy tissue.
    • Analyze each body system in relation to health and disease.
    • Discuss and research health careers related to each body system.
    • Identify and explain factors relating to the transmission of disease.
    • Apply basic math & science skills.
    • Taking daily notes and copying information off the board is mandatory and is part of your grade for this class.

    **** A FINAL GRADE OF 85% OR HIGHER IS NEEDED TO PROGRESS TO HEALTH SCIENCE 2. ALSO, MUST HAVE GOOD ATTENDANCE AND GOOD DISCIPLINE RECORED****

    Classroom Rules:

    The purpose of the following rules is to create a classroom environment where learning can occur in an enjoyable atmosphere.  Failure to observe these rules can result in disciplinary action.

    1. Arrive to class on time and sitting in your assigned seat when the bell rings.
    2. Be prepared- Notebooks, Paper, Pen, Pencil, etc.
    3. Assignments will be handed in at the beginning of the period on the due date.
    4. Food and drinks are allowed in the classroom as long as you don’t leave a mess.
    5. Horseplay is NOT ALLOWED in the classroom. This will ensure the safety of our students.
    6. Please raise your hand to speak when asking a question or participating in a group discussion.
    7. You need the teacher’s permission to leave the classroom.
    8. Courtesy and respect for all.
    9. Cheating of any kind will not be tolerated and will result in you not being able to shadow.

    Cell phones should not interrupt or interfere with classroom learning.