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Syllabus for Health Part 2

Welcome to JM052: Health Part 2!

Please read the information in this syllabus before proceeding to the course materials.

Credits: .5 credit

Prerequisite: JM051

Instructional Team

Teacher Contact Information


Allison Hankinson
ahankinson@jmhs.com

Our Academic Advisors are also available to help you when you need it. They are trained to provide
tutoring in all subjects or answer your questions about the course or program.
Phone: 1-800-224-7234
Hours: 9AM – 6PM EST Monday-Friday

Textbook
This course does not require a textbook. All material is provided online with links embedded in each
Lesson.

Course Description
This course presents a detailed overview of the different systems of the human body. The student will
learn the anatomy and functions of each system, the common terms related to each system, and the
medical specialties related to each system. Comprehension will be assessed through multiple choice
exams.

Course Learning Objectives


Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

• Describe the anatomy and functions of each human body system.


• Identify and define common terms related to each human body system.
• Identify medical specialties related to the human body system.
Course Lessons
The following lessons are covered in JM052: Health Part 2:

Lesson 1: Integumentary and Musculoskeletal Systems


The anatomy and functions of the integumentary system; common terms related to the
integumentary system; the anatomy and functions of the musculoskeletal system; common terms
related to the musculoskeletal system.

Lesson 2: Digestive, Cardiovascular, and Lymphatic Systems


The anatomy and functions of the digestive system; common terms related to the digestive system;
the anatomy and functions of the circulatory and lymphatic systems; common terms related to the
circulatory and lymphatic systems.

Lesson 3: Respiratory and Endocrine Systems


The anatomy and functions of the respiratory system; common terms related to the respiratory
system; the anatomy and functions of the endocrine system; common terms related to the endocrine
system.

Lesson 4: Nervous System, Special Sense Organs, and Urinary System


The anatomy and functions of the nervous system; common terms related to the nervous system;
the special senses; the parts and functions of the eye; terms, conditions, and procedures related to
eyesight; the parts and functions of the ear; terms, conditions, and procedures related to hearing; the
anatomy and functions of the urinary system; common terms related to the urinary system.

Lesson 5: Reproductive System


The anatomy and functions of the female reproductive system; common terms related to the female
reproductive system; the anatomy and functions of the male reproductive system; common terms
related to the male reproductive system.

Lesson 6: Medical Specialties


The gynecology, obstetrics, and neonatology specialties; common terms related to pregnancy;
common conditions and procedures related to these specialties.

Grading
The following point totals correspond to the following grades:

POINTS GRADE

100-90 A
89-80 B
79-70 C
65-69 D
Below 65 F

James Madison High School allows 2 attempts on exams. If a student is not satisfied with his/her
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score on the 1 attempt, an exam may be resubmitted. The 2 attempt is not required as long as
the final course average is above 65%. The higher of the 2 attempts will be the score that counts
towards the final average. Exams are timed and once you begin an exam, the timer runs
continuously, even if you leave the course. Refer to the exam instructions for the time limit (in
most cases 3 hours), but the time limit cannot be spread over multiple days.
Grade Weight

Your grade in JM052: Health Part 2 will be computed from your scores on 8 Online Exams.

Assessment Lessons Covered %

Exam 1 1 16.7%

Exam 2 2 16.7%

Exam 3 3 16.7%

Exam 4 4 16.7%

Exam 5 5 16.7%

Exam 6 6 16.7%

Academic and Course Policies

Please see the Academic Policies section in the James Madison High School Catalog for information on
Course policies, including the Exam/Assignment Retake Policy, Grading Policy, Academic Honesty
Policy, and Student Conduct Policy.