Table of Contents
1.Reality Check – Introduce your students to the world of word parts, the foundation of medical terminology.
2. Check Yourself – See how much your student already knows with this pretest.
3. Chapter Introduction – Review an overview and learning objectives of the chapter, as well as listen to key terms pronounced.
4. Readings – Read chapter content presented in manageable “chunks”. Embedded videos, animations and audio pronunciations enhance learning in context.
5. Assignments – Related to each specific reading section, assignments focus on the learning outcomes for medical terminology: word part mastery, building terms, vocabulary, spelling terms, and correct pronunciation of terms. Image labeling is provided for high level structures of each body system.
6. Abbreviations – The assignment focuses on the most common abbreviations students will see in practice.
7. Study Time – Flashcards, PowerPoints and games allow student to study key terms and major concepts in the chapter.
8. Chapter Homework – Provide additional practice before moving on to the applied learning.
9. Apply Yourself – Application-based activities with simulated video patient scenarios engage student as they apply knowledge of medical terms and concepts learned in the chapter.
10. Test Yourself – Assess students’ mastery of the material with this posttest.