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Human Anatomy & Physiology
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
By: Susan J. Hall, Michelle A. Provost-Craig, and William C. Rose
Grade Level: 9-12
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology covers all body systems using a student-friendly writing style that makes complex subjects easier to understand. Chapter information is divided into lessons, providing content in a more manageable format for the student. An abundance of study aids, such as learning objectives, lesson summaries, vocabulary-building exercises, hands-on activities, real-world applications, and extensive assessment opportunities increase students' ability to succeed in this challenging course.
  • Detailed medical art brings the subject matter to life.
  • Prominent vocabulary features help students master challenging medical terminology.
  • Teacher-developed activities and assessments provide effective learning opportunities.
Food Science
Principles of Food Science, 4th Edition
By: Susan J. Hall, Michelle A. Provost-Craig, and William C. Rose
Grade Level: 9-12
Principles of Food Science, 4th Edition
Principles of Food Science demonstrates how the laws of science are at work in producing, processing, preparing, preserving, and metabolizing food. Students learn how cooking, health, and storage tips connect science basics to daily food encounters. The text covers the basic laws of chemistry, microbiology, and physics as they are applied to food components and complex food systems. Students learn scientific facts and principles that can be applied to a future food science career and as to more-creative, nutritious home cooking. The requirements and opportunities for obtaining a food science career are explored as well as the impact of this career path on local, national, and global economies.
  • Numerous lab experiments help students apply basic math and technical writing skills to real-world food problems.
  • The value of different types of evaluations—scientific vs. sensory—are examined, with applications to school lab experiments and commercial food product development.
  • Lessons emphasize the importance of lab safety, teamwork, attention to detail, and high ethical standards.
Medical Terminology in Healthcare Systems
Introduction to Medical Terminology
By: Susan J. Hall, Michelle A. Provost-Craig, and William C. Rose
Grade Level: 9-12
Introduction to Medical Terminology
Introduction to Medical Terminology focuses on the essential concepts of human anatomy and physiology and the common medical terms related to the body systems. Each chapter opens with a patient case study that highlights the real-world application of medical terminology. Using a student-friendly approach, chapter content has been logically organized by medical word parts, an anatomy and physiology overview, and coverage of diseases and conditions, diagnostic procedures, surgical and therapeutic treatments, and drug therapies. Each chapter review includes a variety of classroom-proven activities designed to build and reinforce students' medical terminology skills. The text is supported by colorful, detailed art developed by expert medical illustrators.
  • This text was created specifically for high school teachers and their beginning students.
  • Medical terms are presented in context and dissected into relevant word parts to help beginning students understand the connection between individual word-part meanings and the definitions of terms as a whole.
  • Patient medical record activities and other special features throughout the text provide students with valuable critical-thinking opportunities while engaging them with the content.
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