Document PDF: BIO 118 Human Physiology Homework Questions

BIO 118

Human Physiology

Homework Questions

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BIO 140

Semester Plan

Document PDF: BIO 141 Human Physiology Homework Questions

BIO 141

Human Physiology

Homework Questions

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ENGL 090-098-110

Vocabulary / Writing

Assignments

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ENGL 120

Unit Design and

Readings

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ENGL 120

Unit 4 Research Essay

Assignment

Document PDF: NURS 120 Evidence Based Practice Assignment 1

NURS 120

Evidence Based

Practice Assignment 1

Document PDF: NURS 130 Evidence Based Practice Assignment 1

NURS 130

Evidence Based

Practice Assignment 1

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SPAN 121

Lección 10 Assignment

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BIOLOGY 118: HUMAN BIOLOGY

Homework Questions (S. Caldwell)

"The questions here will be included as a portion of the weekly homework

assignment—thus, some weeks have more reading and questions from

the book than others. The remaining questions will be taken from the

lecture materials that are delivered via audio podcast. Four exams will be

given in the classroom during the course of the semester.) General

Instructions: Your assignment this semester will be to read select

portions of the book, “Emperor of all Maladies” by Siddhartha Mukherjee.

This book has been adopted by Grossmont College as an

interdisciplinary reading assignment for this school year. You will be

given sections of the book to read beginning with the third week, and

ending with the fourteenth week of the semester. Assigned questions

from the reading will be answered and turned in as part of your weekly

homework assignment. Some questions may involve outside

research . . . "

BIOLOGY 14O: HUMAN ANATOMY

Semester Plan (A. Shearer)

"In syllabus: This year Grossmont College is participating in a multi-

campus reading project of The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha

Mukherjee (see recommended text, page 1 of syllabus). Each week

selected passages of 1-15 pages will be assigned and will correlate to

lecture material. All BONUS questions on exams will relate directly to

these passages. The bonus questions will be worth 5 points on each

exam."

BIOLOGY 141: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

Homework Questions (S. Caldwell)

"General Instructions: Your assignment this semester will be to read the

book, “Emperor of all Maladies” by Siddhartha Mukherjee. This book has

been adopted by Grossmont College as an interdisciplinary reading

assignment for this school year. You will be given a section of the book to

read during weeks 3-15 of the semester, (7 assignments, total of 70

points) and a set of questions corresponding to the chapter. You will

answer the questions thoroughly and submit the answers as your weekly

homework assignment. "

ENGLISH 090: BASIC ENGLISH SKILLS

ENGLISH 098: ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS

ENGLISH 110: COLLEGE COMPOSITION

Vocabulary and Writing Assignments (J. Bellinghieri)

"Vocabulary List for Author’s Note (xvii-xviii) . . . Writing Assignments For

English 90/98/110: The author calls this book a “biography of cancer.”

This implies that he sees cancer as a character.  In one paragraph, with

a clear topic sentence and specific points of support, explain why he

describes cancer as a character. . . ."

ENGLISH 120: COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION

Overview of Unit 4 Design (M. Barbeau)

"1. Reading, Discussion and Pre-writing (model and practice rhetorical

analysis in previous units)

Required reading from Maladies: . . . "

ENGLISH 120: COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION

Unit 4: Research Paper on the Rhetoric of a Product or Cause (M.

Barbeau)

"Due: Tues., Dec. 10th. Length: 5-6 pages, plus a works cited. In this

unit, we read excerpts from The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha

Mukherjee. This non-fiction book uncovers the history of cancer through

stories of the failures and successes of researchers, doctors,

philanthropists, politicians, and patients since as early as 2500 BC. It

chronicles the metaphor of the exhaustive “war against cancer” that

continues today and the faces, such as Jimmy’s, that have represented

it through time."

NURSING 120: INTRODUCTION TO NURSING

Evidence-Based Practice Assignment 1 (S. Sakora)

"Assignment description: 1.  Read the assigned book; 2.  This is a group

project; you may work in groups of 3 or 4 (no more than 4). There will be

one grade given for the entire group; all group members must participate

in all aspects of this project.  To ensure all topics are discussed, a limit of

student groups will be placed on each topic; 3.  Each group will choose

one of the following topics to discuss . . . "

NURSING 130: PERIOPERATIVE NURSING

Evidence-Based Practice Assignment 1 (P. Brooks)

"Assignment description:  1.

Read the assigned book; 2.  This is a group

project; you may work in groups of 2 or 3 (no more than 3). There will be

one grade given for the entire group, all group members must participate

in all aspects of this project.  3. Each group will choose one of the

following seven topics to discuss. Topic-specific questions that will help

shape your paper will be provided to you after you make your

choice. . . ."

SPANISH 130: SPANISH II

Lección 10—La Salud (P. Vincent)

"Assignment (20 points): In relation to Lección 10, La Salud, and based

on your reading selection taken from our condensed class-reading of the

book, The Emperor of All Maladies, A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha

Mukherjee, complete the following activities: . . . ."