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SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Wellness Spring 2017

PCH 201-01 (Section 1) 8:10 - 9:25 AM
Morrill 009

PCH 201-02 (Section 2) 9:35 - 10:50 AM
Morrill 009

CCC 2015
Insel, Paul M. & Roth, Walton T. (2016). Core Concepts in Health, Brief, Loose-Leaf Edition (Fourteenth Edition) McGraw Hill Companies Inc. Core Concepts in Health, Brief, Loose-Leaf Edition (ISBN 978-0078028670)


Pch201F15 Syllabus

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION & OBJECTIVES

STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 

As a “Mind-Body” LEP course (3 Credits), PCH 201 will facilitate the students’ understanding of various conceptions of self and awareness of the self as a developing entity for the purpose of enriching the students’ appreciation of their own personal identity and helping them make effective and meaningful decisions about their lives. 

Students will be able to:

A.        Conceptualizations of the Self

1.         describe the self as an integrated being with an internal environment comprised of physical, intellectual, emotional and moral dimensions.

2.         describe the self as an integrated being with an external environment comprised of physical and social environments.

3.         describe the self as an adaptive/coping/evolving being that responds to situational conditions presented by its internal and external environments.

4.         explain the behavior, purpose and well-being of the self as emergent, dynamic properties with complex personal-environmental etiologies.

B.         Growth

1.         explain the importance of the physical, intellectual, emotional and moral dimensions of self to individual decision-making, behavior, development and well-being.  

2.         explain the importance of physical and social external environments to personal decision-making, behavior, development and well-being.

3.         explain the process of co-evolution and its importance to self, relationships, humanity and environmental sustainability. 

C.         Mind-Body Connection

1.         explain the integrated nature of human biology and psychology and the importance of the relationship to the well-being of the self.

2.         explain the inseparable nature of a human and his/her ecological context and the importance of the environment to the well-being of the self.

D.        Focus 

1.         explain the self as a complex evolving system within entangled complex evolving supra-systems as contrasted against a complicated determinate system.

2.         identify decisions, behaviors and lifestyles favorable to the advancement and protection of the well-being of the self.

See Professor Jung’s LEP/DPH Tier 2 Option Statement about how this course meets the University’s Tier 2 requirements: http://www.bettycjung.net/201/BettycjungLEPdocumentation.pdf

 

 “Know thyself.  (Gnothi seauton)” - Delphic Oracle, Solon of Athens (Bartleby.com)

MODES OF INSTRUCTION

 

Lectures, health videos, Q&A, online tutorials, syllabus/handbook quiz, worksheets, writing assignments, study guides, guest speakers, Twitter briefs, individual presentations, structured classroom discussions.

 

ACADEMIC PROTOCOL AND INSTRUCTOR EXPECTATIONS

ACADEMIC HONESTY STATEMENT The University’s Student Handbook recognizes academic honesty as “the cornerstone of higher education.” Anyone found cheating (on exams and papers, which means plagiarism) will receive an F for the course, according to University policy and this is also your instructor’s policy.

ACADEMIC STANDARD/ Students must maintain the required GPA to graduate with a degree in public health (2.5 for those enrolled in the University prior to Fall 2016 and 2.75, for those who enrolled Fall 2016 or later).

MAJORS STATEMENT To become and remain a public health major, students must have the declaration paperwork approved by the Undergraduate Coordinator and have the required GPA (2.5 for those enrolled in the University prior to Fall 2016 and 2.75, for those who enrolled Fall 2016).  Students must have the required GPA (or higher) in order to receive a Bachelor of Science in Public Health at the time of graduation.  For registration, only declared public health majors will receive a PIN from a public health faculty member; all non-majors must receive their PIN from Academic Advising or their current major

DISABILITY STATEMENT  Southern Connecticut State University provides reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, for students with documented disabilities on an individualized basis.  If you are a student with a documented disability, the University’s Disability Resource Center (DRC) can work with you to determine appropriate accommodations.  Before you receive accommodations in this class, you will need to make an appointment with the Disability Resource Center located at EN C-105A. To discuss your approved accommodations with me or other concerns, such as medical emergencies or arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment to meet as soon as possible – preferably the first day of class. 

SEXUAL MISCONDUT STATEMENT   Southern Connecticut State University reaffirms and emphasizes its commitment to maintain a workplace and educational environment free from sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is reprehensible and subverts the mission of the university and will not be tolerated at Southern Connecticut State University. It threatens the careers of faculty and staff, and the educational experience of our students. The purpose of this policy is to prevent sexual harassment and to offer students and employees who believe they have been sexually harassed a means to redress any such claim with the goal of ending the harassment and providing an environment conducive to learning and working. Retaliation against an individual who complains about sexual harassment or who cooperates with an investigation of a complaint is unlawful and, if found to have occurred, will not be tolerated by the University

STUDY HOURS The Federal Regulation 75 FR 66832 published on October 29, 2010, effective July 1, 2011, stipulates that for every hour of faculty instruction, there should be a minimum of two hours of out of class academic work each week.  PCH 201 Wellness is a 3-credit hour LEP course and therefore you are expected to devote 6 hours each week, outside of class, on course requirements.

 

 Component

Hours/Per Semester

Hours/Per Week

Fact Sheet

8

0.53

Health Diary

6

0.40

Health Literacy

7

0.47

Presentation

7

0.47

Read textbook

30

2.00

Studying for Tests

20

1.33

Worksheets

12

0.80

Total

90

6.00

 

All students are encouraged to consult with the instructor for clarification of course requirements and/or course-related concerns. 

Download the S17tracker.xls to keep track of the points you are earning throughout the semester. Strive to get between 275-300 points before the Final Exam to earn the highest grade possible (240 points is passing). Chapter Study Guides to take notes in class and to study for exams are available at: http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

 

COURSE POLICIES

 

ELECTRONICS ALL electronic devices (cell phones, laptops, tablets, smartwatches, i-“anything”, etc.) that needs to be recharged, texting,  photographing or videotaping of any course materials are NOT allowed in class because these activities are disruptive and unethical. If I see you using your electronics, I will ask you to leave the class, and you will incur an absence for that class. If you need to be reached for an emergency, let me know, and you can keep your phone on vibrate and answer the call outside of class. Be considerate. Extra-credit is available when you shut off your electronics and leave them in the front of the class, on an assigned grid. An orderly departure procedure is set up so you can get your electronics back at the end of the class.

During exams, any cell phone (& electronic devices) use will automatically constitute cheating and a violation of the academic honesty policy. 

ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE Please refrain from wearing fragrances or using scents as a courtesy to your classmates who have allergies.

MIDTERM GRADE Test 1, attendance, syllabus/handbook quiz, work sheet assignments and class participation to ~March 7,  2017 will determine your midterm grade. 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

 

All required assignments and exams must be completed, or assigned points will be deducted from your final course point total.  For example, if you do not take Test 1, 50 points will be deducted from your final course point total.  Penalty for late assignments is 10%-40% of total points.  You MUST complete all required assignments.

 

Sign up for assignments is on a first come, first served basis and should be completed by January 19, 2017. If you do not make a choice, I will assign you a topic and due date. All writing assignments MUST be word-processed, using the templates provided, with your name and section. Worksheets, however, may be handwritten using the Manual version. All assignments with more than one page must be submitted stapled, with the grading grid attached (penalties apply). All templates and the Writing Assignments Handbook can be found on the Templates and Grids Page (http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm)

 

 

 

 

COURSE ACTIVITIES (200 points) 

 

Attendance Policy

27 points

 

Seats will be assigned and attendance will be taken. Perfect attendance will earn you 28 course points towards your final grade. Regular and punctual full class attendance is required (mandatory), as it will enhance your understanding of the assigned readings as well as allow you to participate in class discussions and activities.

Regardless of whether or not you attend class you will still be required to learn the material for examinations given throughout the course and submit all required assignments. Tardiness and early departure, unless excused, will each count as a half-absence. Tardiness means not being in your seat when I am taking attendance. Early departure is when you leave before class is dismissed. Excused absences will be allowed only with appropriate documentation (e.g., verification by the Dean of Students).  Door is locked after 10 minutes of start time. If I have to let you in, you will get only ¼ point for attendance.

Syllabus/Course

Quiz

3 points

Complete the mandatory Syllabus quiz by January 31, 2017. Any questions you may have about course requirements will be answered by completing this quiz, which covers the syllabus, Writing Assignments Handbook (that includes specific directions for the completion of all writing assignments) and campus safety information. Non-completion: MINUS 3 points

Homework

55 points;

12 worksheets

 

 

 

Complete 12 required worksheets (available online) in their entirety, for total of 55 points.  Total points per worksheet vary between 3 to 6 points.

Submit all worksheets in class, on the dates they are due. Print out first and then complete by hand and then submit. You will need to do the math yourself. A table of all worksheets can be found at: http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm, and on the assignment pages with the dates due. There you can find online versions that can be completed on the computer first and submitted in class. The online versions may not work on some computers.

Late worksheet penalty: 10%; Incomplete worksheet penalty: ½ worksheet points. Must be handed in on due date, the latest during the semester part they were assigned. Non-completion: MINUS 3-6 points for each worksheet not handed in. You can hand these in early if due dates are challenging to your schedule. 

 

Required Papers

(4)

Content

(Use templates provided & read the Handbook for instructions)

Submissions;

Twitter and E-mail

Fact Sheet

40 points

6 – 8 pages

 

 

 

Create a fact sheet about the wellness topic you signed up for. On the date due, give a 5-minute Twitter briefing (presentation). Include a screenshot of the tweet and the summary in your paper. The summary should be also posted on the Blackboard Class Blog.

On the day before the paper is due:

1.      Post at least one fact on the Class Twitter Page 

http://twitter.com/Pch201wellness

2.      Post the summary of your fact sheet on Blackboard’s Class Blog

Submit a hardcopy of the fact sheet paper with the grading grid to me when you present on the due date.

Health Diary

25 points

2 - 4 pages

 

 

 

Pick one week, Sunday – Saturday, to make one behavior change. Complete a daily log of your experiences of how this change affects your daily life, evaluate the change, and conclude with lessons learned. 

Continue the same behavior change for an additional two weeks, with daily entries and evaluation, and earn up to 12.5 extra-credit points. A separate template is available for this extra-credit activity.

Submit a hardcopy of your diary paper with the grading grid to me on the due date.

 

 

 

If you decide to do the extra-credit 2-week diary, use the appropriate template and submit this as a separate paper once you have completed the additional two weeks.

Health Literacy

25 points

5 – 6 pages

 

 

 

Choose one Wellness or Public Health topic of choice, and gather basic information about this topic using 3 of the Web sites you found with the HONCODE or Google search engines. Evaluate the quality of the Web sites and their ability to provide credible health information.

Complete a second health literacy project for another topic, using 2 Web sites, and two wellness assessments to earn up to 12.5 extra-credit points. A separate template is available for this extra-credit activity.

Submit a hardcopy of health literacy paper with the grading grid to me on the due date.

 

 

If you decide to do the extra-credit health literacy paper, use the appropriate template and submit this as a separate paper when you have completed it.

Presentation Portfolio

24 points

 

8-12 slides Power Point presentation

 

&

2 – 4 page paper

 

Research the textbook topics you signed up for. First, create an outline of the information, research your topics online and create a Power Point that you will use to give a 7 to 9-minute presentation on the date due. Create a portfolio of your work to be submitted on the due date.

You will meet with a working group of classmates presenting materials from the same chapter to ensure everything is covered. These classmates will serve as resources for this project, but students are responsible for their own presentation and portfolio paper.

E-mail to  bcjungscsu@yahoo.com

an electronic copy of your Power Point approximately ONE WEEK before your presentation (in Power Point format) so I can review and post it on the class Web site. See Assignment Pages for when to do this.

Post at least one fact on the Class Twitter Page the day before your presentation at:

http://twitter.com/Pch201wellness

Make sure you identify yourself (e.g., Betty J [1])

Include a screenshot of your tweet in your presentation portfolio paper, which you will submit to me on the day you give your presentation.

 

EXAMINATIONS (200 points)

3 Exams

T1: 50 points

T2: 50 points

Final: 100 points

(+10 extra-credit points)

 

·         All exams consist of multiple-choice questions. Each correct answer will earn 1 course point.

·         Given approximately 5 weeks apart, each exam will cover about 5-6 chapters of reading material and material covered in class.  Non-completion of Test 1 [February 14, 2017] (-50 points), Test 2 [March 28, 2017] (-50 points), Final [TBD] (-110 points)

·         The final exam will be cumulative. Covers Section III, plus selected questions from Assessment Survey, Exams 1 & 2, handouts, and anything covered in the course or appear on the class webpages, handbook and syllabus. All exams will be given as scheduled.  Cheating will not be tolerated. Anyone found cheating will receive an F for the course. No exams can be made up unless the absence is medically excused.

 

STUDENT EVALUATION AND GRADING CRITERIA

Grade Breakout

Course Points

Topic Points

Scale 100

Exams

 

200

50

1 (C 1 - 5)

50

12.5

2 (C 6 - 11)

50

12.5

Final (C 12-17, etc.)

100

25

Attendance

 

28

7

28 classes X 1 point

28

0

Assignments

 

117

29.25

Syllabus Quiz

3

0.75

Fact Sheet

40

10

Health Diary

25

6.25

Health Literacy

25

6.25

Individual Presentation

24

6

Worksheets

 

55

13.75

12 worksheets

55

Grand Total

400

400

100

Extra Credit

44.25

 

 

GRADING CHART

Letter

Grade

College Points

From

To

A+

97

388

400

A

93

372

387

A-

90

360

371

B+

87

348

359

B

83

332

347

B-

80

320

331

C+

77

308

319

C

73

292

307

C-

70

280

291

D+

67

268

279

D

63

252

267

D-

60

240

251

F

59 below

0

239

SUMMARY OF INSTRUCTOR EXPECTATIONS

(1)   Be on time for class (punctual attendance counts)

(2)   Complete assigned readings and review study guides BEFORE the class they were assigned for. This will give you the opportunity to actively participate in class and to ask for clarification of the materials you have read but may not understand

(3)   Submit writing assignments with appropriate grading grid attached (3 point penalty if submitted without grid)  (http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm)

(4)   Assignments with more than one page must be stapled when submitted (.25 point penalty per assignment if not stapled)

(5)   By 5 PM the day before your fact sheet and Power Point presentations, post a tweet about your topics. For the fact sheet paper, post a summary of your paper on the Blackboard Class Blog

(6)   See Assignments Page for when submit your Power Point to bcjungscsu@yahoo.com  (Usually one week before)

(7)   Take examinations on scheduled days

(8)   Check Updates page regularly for announcements, assignments and news (http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201updates.htm)

(9)   Arrange to have your class buddies save copies of handouts and class notes for you in the event you are absent

(10)            Late assignments (will be penalized), for whatever reason, must be completed in the semester section they were assigned.

 

TIPS FOR DOING WELL IN THIS COURSE

  • All coursework have assigned points. The more course points you earn BEFORE the final exam, the greater the chance of getting a good grade. Strive for 275 – 300 points (240 points [D-] is passing) by the last day of class.
  • Handing in complete work in a timely manner is valued and rewarded and will earn the highest possible points for assignments. There is a late penalty for everything, so be on time!
  • Aside from the mid-term grade, I will be issuing 3 progress reports: one with your mid-term grade, one after Test #2, and the third on the last day of class so you will know how many points you have earned to date, and how many points you will need to earn on the final exam for a particular grade. You can also use the Excel spreadsheet tracker to keep track yourself (download from Class Home Page), or the printed spreadsheet (attached).
  • Keep all your graded assignments until the end of the semester in case I need to check anything.

 

COURSE OUTLINE

 

Date (29 class days)

Readings to be completed

Assignments Due

Lecture/Presentations/Activities

Week 1

Tuesday

January 17, 2017

 

Section I starts

 

 

Buy Textbook

Familiarize yourself with

Class Home page

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201index.htm

Updates Page

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201updates.htm

 

Assessment Survey

Introduction to Course

Course Expectations

Overview of writing assignments, etc.


Sign up for fact sheet, health diary, health literacy project and chapter topic presentation

 

Week 1

Thursday

January 19, 2017

 

Chapter 1 – Taking Charge of Health

 

Review grading grids and

Health Literacy

Instructions

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

Templates & Study Guides

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

 

Health Diary Literacy template questions

 

For Health Consumers and Patients, Finding Good Health Information  http://www.mlanet.org/resources/userguide.html

 

CH 1 Briefing

Review of grading grids

Review of Health Literacy assignment 

Last day to sign up for fact sheet, health diary, health literacy project and chapter topic presentation

Q & A re: course requirements

 

Week 2

Tuesday

January 24, 2017

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2 - Stress: The Constant Challenge

Read Health Diary Template Instructions

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

Check out CH 1 & 2 links on: http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex1.htm

Worksheet (WS) #1 – Evaluate your lifestyle

 

 

 Health Literacy Diary questions

CH 2A Briefing

Seating assignments

 

Review of Health Diary Assignment

Computer Basics

Q & A re: course requirements

 

Week 2

Thursday

January 26, 2017

Chapter 3 – Psychological Health

Read Fact Sheet  Instructions

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

Check out CH 3 links on

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex1.htm

WS #2 – Major Life Events & Stress

Fact Sheet template questions

 

 

 

CH 2B Briefing

CH 3A Briefing

Review Fact Sheet Assignment

Reminders: Those who signed up for Health Diary #1 - #4  should start their diaries on 1/29/17 (this coming Sunday)

 

Week 3

Tuesday

January 31, 2017

 

Read Individual Presentation and Portfolio Project Instructions

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

 

Review

http://www.bettycjung.net/Personality.htm

Syllabus Quiz Due

WS #3 – Daily Hassles

 

Individual Presentation and Portfolio Project questions

 

CH 3B Briefing

 

Review Individual Presentation and Portfolio Project

 

Chapter workgroup meeting – Get to know one another, and review the topics you will be presenting and make sure everything is covered and there’s no overlap. Be resources for one another!

Week 3

Thursday

February 2, 2017

Chapter 4 – Intimate Relationships and Communication

 

Check out CH 4 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex1.htm

Review

http://www.bettycjung.net/Temperament.htm

WS #4 – General Well-being Scale

 

Reminder to Fact Sheet Presenters: Before next class, post one fact on Twitter, and post fact sheet summary on the Class Blog Page

 

Campus & Classroom Safety Discussion

CH 4A Briefing

 

  

Week 4

Tuesday

February 7, 2017

  

Chapter 5 – Sexuality, Pregnancy & Childbirth

 

Check out CH 5 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex1.htm

Health Diary #1, #2

Health Literacy #1, #2

Fact sheet #1, #2 (Presenters, did you post on Twitter and Class Blog?)

Fact sheet briefs

 

CH4B Briefing

CH 5A Briefing

 

Review for Test #1 – part 1 (C1-3)

Week 4

Thursday

February 9, 2017

 

Health Diary #3, #4

Health Literacy #3, #4

Fact Sheet #3, #4 (Presenters, did you post on Twitter and Class Blog?)

 

Fact sheet briefs

 

CH 5B Briefing

 

Review for Test #1 – part 2 (C4-5)

Week 5

Tuesday

February 14, 2017

Study and Know Chapters 1 – 5 for exam

Health Diary #5, #6

Health Literacy #5, #6

Last day for late assignments and EC health literacy projects from Section I

Exam #1

(Chapters 1- 5)

Guest Speaker: Ms. Emily Rosenthal

SCSU Wellness Center, Part 1

(Content will be on Final)

Week 5

Thursday

February 16, 2017

 

Section II starts

Chapter 6- Contraception & Abortion

Check out CH 6 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

WS #5 – Facts about Contraception

Health Diary #7, #8

Health Literacy #7, #8

Fact Sheet #5, #6  

Fact sheet briefs

CH 6 Briefing

 

 

 

Week 6

Tuesday

February 21, 2017

Chapter 8 – Alcohol & Tobacco section

Check out CH 8 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

Health Diary #9, #10

Health Literacy #9,#10

Fact Sheet #7, #8

Fact sheet briefs

CH 8 – Tobacco

Go Over Test #1

Week 6

Thursday

February 23, 2017

Check out CH 8 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

 

Health Diary #11, #12

Health Literacy #11,#12

Fact Sheet #9, #10

Fact sheet briefs

CH 8 – Alcohol

 

Week 7

Tuesday

February 28, 2017  

 

 

Chapter 7 –  Drug Misuse and Addiction

Check out CH 7 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

WS #6 – Facts about Psychoactive Drugs

Health Diary #13, #14

Health Literacy #13,#14

Fact Sheet #11, #12  

Fact sheet briefs

CH 7 Briefing

 

Week 7

Thursday

March 2, 2017

 

Health Diary #15, #16

Health Literacy #15,#16

Fact Sheet #13, #14

Fact sheet briefs

Guest Speaker: Mr. Wayne Kowal, Statewide Narcotics Task Force

Week 8

Tuesday

March 7, 2017

[Mid-term grades week]

Chapter 9 – Nutrition Basics

Check out CH 9 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

WS #7 – How’s Your Diet?

Health Diary #17, #18

Health Literacy #17,#18

Fact Sheet #15,#16  

CH 10 individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today: Post one fact about your topic on Twitter

Fact sheet briefs

CH9A Briefing

Progress Report #1, with Mid-term Grades

 

   

Week 8

Thursday

March 9, 2017

 

 

Health Diary #19, #20

Health Literacy #19,#20

Fact Sheet # 17, #18

CH 11 individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today; Post one fact about your topic on Twitter

Fact sheet briefs

CH9B Briefing

 

 

Week 9

March 13 – 19, 2017

Spring Break

No Class

 

Week 10

Tuesday

March 21, 2017

Chapter 10 – Exercise for Health & Fitness

Check out CH 10 on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

Health Diary #21, #22

Health Literacy #21, #22

Fact Sheet  #19, #20

 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 10 Individual Presentations (4)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

Review for Test 2 – part 1 (C 6-8)

Week 10

Thursday

March 23, 2017

 

Chapter 11 – Weight Management

Check out CH11 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex2.htm

Health Diary #23, #24

Health Literacy #23,#24

Fact Sheet #21, #22

 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 11 Individual Presentations (4)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

 

Review for Test 2 – part 2 (C9-11)

Week 11

Tuesday

March 28, 2017

 

Study and Know Chapters 6 – 11 for exam

Health Diary #25, #26

Health Literacy #25, #26

Last day for late assignments and EC health literacy projects from Section II

Exam # 2

(Chapters 6 – 11)

Guest Speaker: Ms. Emily Rosenthal

SCSU Wellness Center Coordinator. Part 2

(Content will be on Final)

Week 11

Thursday

March 30, 2017

 

Section III starts

Chapter 12 – Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer

 

Check CH 12 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

WS #8 – Are you at risk for cardiovascular disease?

Health Diary #27,#28

Health Literacy #27, #28

Fact Sheet #23, #24  

Fact sheet briefs

CH 12A – Cardiovascular Disease briefing 

Next to last chance to complete the extra-credit 2-week Health Diary, begin 4/2/2017, submit April 18th

 

Week 12

Tuesday

April 4, 2017

 

Health Diary #29, #30

Health Literacy #29,#30

Fact Sheet #25, #26

LAST DAY FOR HEALTH DIARY AND HEALTH LITERACY PAPERS

 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 12B – Cardiovascular/Cancer briefing 

Go over Test #2

Progress Report #2

 

Week 12

Thursday

April 6, 2017

 

 



 

 

Fact Sheet #27, #28

WS#9 Attitudes & Behaviors & STD Risk

 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 12C – Cancer Briefing

 

Last chance to complete the extra-credit 2- week health diary, begin 4/9/2017, submit April 25th  

Week 13

Tuesday

April 11, 2017

 

 

 

 

Chapter 13 – Immunity and Infection

Check CH 13 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

Fact Sheet #29, #30

WS #10 – Facts about Sexually Transmitted Diseases

CH 14 Individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today; Post one fact about your topic on Twitter

LAST DAY FOR ALL FACT SHEET PAPERS

Fact sheet briefs

CH 13A –Immunity Briefing

 

 

Week 13

Thursday

April 13, 2017

 

 

CH 15 Individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today; Post one fact about your topic on Twitter

CH13B-Infection Briefing

Week 14

Tuesday

April 18, 2017

 

 

 

 

Chapter 14 – Environmental Health

Check CH 14 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

 WS #11 – Facts about Environmental Health

 

CH 16 Individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today; Post one fact about your topic on Twitter 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 14 Group Presentation (5)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

 

Week 14

Thursday

April 20, 2017

Chapter 15 – Conventional and Complementary Medicine

Check CH 15 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

CH 17 Individual Power Point Presentations should be E-mailed to Professor Jung by 5 PM today; Post one fact about your topic on Twitter 

 

Fact sheet briefs

CH 15 Group Presentation (6)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

 

Week 15

Tuesday

April 25, 2017

Chapter 16 – Personal Safety

Check CH 16 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

WS #12 – Your Experiences and Attitudes about Death

 

LAST DAY FOR ALL WORKSHEETS

CH 16 Group Presentation (6)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

 

Week 15

Thursday

April 27, 2017

Chapter 17 – The Challenge of Aging

Check CH 17 links on:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex3.htm

Last day for anything from Section III

 

CH 17 Group Presentation (5)

Hand in Individual Presentation Portfolio

Questions and Answers about Health and Wellness

Week 16

Tuesday

May 2, 2017

Review the syllabus

Review the Web site

Review Assessment, T1 and T2 study notes

No more papers will be collected

Guest Speaker: Ms. Ellen Chin – Domestic Violence Counselor & Safe Home Provider

Review for final exam- Part 1 (C12-13)

Week 16

Thursday

May 4, 2017

 

No more papers will be collected

LAST DAY OF CLASS

Course evaluations

Progress Report #3

Review for final exam – Part 2 (C14-17)

Week 16

May 5,  2017

 

 

MAKEUP/READING DAY

Week 17

Tuesday (May 9) or

Thursday (May 11)

 

 

Final Exam –  8 to 10 AM (tentative)

Date TBD

       

Quick Assignment Links:

 

Section 1 (Chapters 1 - 5)

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201ap1.htm

Section 2 (Chapters 6 – 11)

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201ap2.htm

Section 3 (Chapters 12 -17)

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201ap3.htm

Campus wellness resources & student presentations can be found at: http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201news.htm

 

On http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm you will find:

 

  • Templates and grids for all your papers
  • Writing Assignments Handbook
  • Samples of writing assignments from previous semesters
  • Study guides you can print out to take notes with and study from
  • All the required worksheets

 

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http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201index.htm


 

Class Home Page

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201index.htm

 

Class Updates Page

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201updates.htm

 

Course Assignments

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201assignments.htm          

Grading Grids/Templates/Study Guides 

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

 

Healthy People 2020 Resources

http://www.bettycjung.net/Hp2020.htm           

 

Wellness Resources Index Page

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellindex.htm

 

Student Presentations/Campus Resources

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201news.htm

 

Academic Resources

http://www.bettycjung.net/Academic.htm

 

Course Bibliography

http://www.bettycjung.net/Wellness.htm

 

Course Resources

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201resources.htm

 

Extra-Credit Opportunities (44.25 points)

 

What

When

Points

Health Diary: Week 2 & 3 - Same Behavior

Two weeks after your health diary is due

12.5

Health Literacy #2

Same day, or before end of semester section the required paper was due

12.5

Shut off & leave electronics in front

.25 points for each class you do this

7.25

Cell Phone Project Evaluation

Last Day of Class

2

Extra questions on the Final Exam

5/9 or 5/11/2017

10

POSSIBLE EXTRA-CREDIT TOTAL

 

44.25

This course schedule is not intended to be all-inclusive or the definitive schedule of class content, or reading assignments. It is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.

 

Read the Writing Assignments Handbook first (pp. 1-8), available at:

http://www.bettycjung.net/Pch201grids.htm

TIP: Technology is not reliable! Download all the templates now to your laptop, computer and/or USB drive. Put them in a folder so you can access them when you start to work on your papers. ALWAYS have backup copies of your work on separate media.

Print out all the worksheets and put the due dates on them as reminders. If it’s easier, submit them before the due dates!


Important Dates for the Spring 2017 Semester:
  • Important Dates
  • Tuesday, January 17 - First day of classes
  • Monday, January 23 - Last day to add/drop classes;
  • Friday - Monday, February 17 – 20 - No Classes – Lincoln’s & Washington’s Birthdays observed
  • Monday, March 13 - Midterm grades due
  • Monday- Sunday, March 13 -March 19 - No classes – Spring Break
  • Friday, April 14 - No classes – Day of Reflection
  • Friday, May 5 - Reading day/Make up day
  • Saturday – Friday, May 6 – May 15 - Final exams.
  • NOTE: The University assigns exam times and will distribute the schedule later in the semester. These may be different than your class times.
  • Monday, May 18, 8 AM - Grades due
  • Tuesday, May 19, 5 PM - Grades available to students

Effective Fall 2015 the University has enacted a new Course Grade Replacement Policy for all undergraduate students.
Students are no longer required to complete a Grade Replacement Contract.
The first five courses retaken will be the ones for which the grade will be replaced.
Withdrawing from a class does not count as one of the five courses that can be replaced.


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