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Blended Course Integration Chart

Instructor Name: Monica Marie Arroyo, PhD


Course Title: CHEM 611 Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Course Description: Study of the chemistry of the constituents of living matter including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins,
nucleic acids, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals and their relationships to life processes.

Course Outcome

Course Objectives

Final Assessment
(F = f2f; O = online)

Learning Activities &


Resources Needed
(F = f2f; O = online)

Integration between
In-Class & Online
Components

To demonstrate they have


achieved this outcome

Students will

Students will ultimately

After experiences with

Online and in-class activities


will be connected through

Determine the scope of


the information
necessary to acquire
knowledge in
biochemistry.

Use information
effectively to apply
biochemistry in the
evaluation of a metabolic
problem in the organism.

Present examinations
that test factual
knowledge and analytical
reasoning. (F)

Lectures (F & O),


assigned readings (O),
forum discussions (O),
Q&A sessions (F & O),
journal articles (O), video
lectures (O), animations
(O), quizzes (O),
homework sets (O).

Classroom and online


discussions, discussion
of online activities in the
face-to-face classroom,
online quizzes pre-test
material to be tested in
face-to-face
examinations, face-toface and online office
hours.

Explain the simplicity that


governs the molecular
organization of living
cells and describe de
structure and function of
biomolecules given the
physico-chemical
properties of the
macromolecules.
Explain the
characteristics of living
matter, the specific
function of each
component, and the way

This Blended Course Integration Chart has been modified with permission from the Hybrid Course Planning Chart developed by the Oregon State University Ecampus and Center for Teaching and Learning. This derivative
work is part of the Blended Learning Toolkit prepared by the University of Central Florida (UCF) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) with funding from the Next Generation Learning
Challenges (NGLC). It is provided as an open educational resource under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

that living organisms


extract and transform
energy from the
environment, and the
reproduction phenomena
given the basic concepts
of the cell.
Develop analytical and
critical thinking skills for
problem solving and the
interpretation and
evaluation of
biochemistry information
sources.

Demonstrate
professional, ethic and
Christian behavior
through participation in
class.

Apply the basic


professional writing
skills.
Develop an original
presentation or an
assigned macromolecule
or relevant biochemistry
theme.
Access and use
information ethically and
legally.

Write an original review


paper about a
biochemical pathway,
technique or condition.
(O)
Oral presentation based
on the original review
paper. (F)

Journal articles (O),


library digital resources
(O), lecture discussions
(F & O), reference
manager (O),
Presentation software
(PowerPoint) (F & O)

Original review paper will


be turned in online and a
summary presented
orally in the classroom.
Instructions for both
assignments will be
discussed face-to-face
and online.

Write an original review


paper about a
biochemical pathway,
technique or condition.
(O)

Journal articles (O),


library digital resources
(O), lecture discussions
(F & O), reference
manager (O)

Classroom and online


discussions, assignment
instructions and
expectations will be
discussed in person and
online.

This Blended Course Integration Chart has been modified with permission from the Hybrid Course Planning Chart developed by the Oregon State University Ecampus and Center for Teaching and Learning. This derivative
work is part of the Blended Learning Toolkit prepared by the University of Central Florida (UCF) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) with funding from the Next Generation Learning
Challenges (NGLC). It is provided as an open educational resource under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.