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COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE ME E TING TIME CREDITS PREREQUISITES CATALOG DE S CRIP TION FOR WHOM PLANNED INSTRUCTOR SYLLABUS FALL 2009 CSD 309 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF HEARING AND SPEECH Mondays and Wednesdays 1100 1215 Room 325 3 credit hours Communication Science and Disorders majors only or by permission of instructor Not open to freshman or sophomores Anatomical and physiological bases ofhuman communication Undergraduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders Ann Cralidis M A CCCSLP Office 327 Ferguson Bldg amp 161 Mclver Bldg Phone 3362878582 Business Hours only please Email alcralid unc edu Office Hours Monday amp Wednesday 1215 115 Other times by advanced appointment Graduate Assistant Alyson Gustin Email aegustinuncgedu TEXTBOOK AND COURSE MATERIALS CORE TEXT RECOMMENDED TEXT Zemlin W R 1998 Speech and hearing science Anatomy and physiology 4th edition Needham Hights MA Allyn and Bacon ISBN 013827437 Venes D Thomas C L amp Taber C W Eds 2001 Taber s cyclopedic medical dictionary Philadelphia F A Davis Company ISBN 0803606540 Zemlin and Zemlin 19897 Study Guide Workbook for Speech and Hearing Science 4th Ed Champaign IL Stipes Publishing Company ISBN 0875637302 SUGGESTED WEB SITES httpwwwgetbodys martc om httpnhs ciencelonestaredubiolap1inthtm httpms jensencehdumneduwebanatomy CLAS S BUS INES S Blackboard has been activated for this course Please check it frequently for messages updates and grades The Discussion Board has also been activated Please use the Discussion Board to post interesting websites and other courserelated materials STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion ofthis course the student will be able to BASICS 1 Describe the structures and functions of the respiratory nervous hearing circulatory articulatory and laryngeal systems 2 Summarize the neurologic structures and pathways associated with speech production 3 Describe the neuromuscular systems associated with speech production and their importance to speech production TEACHING STRATEGIES Lectures class discussion and written assignments EVALUATION METHODS AND GUIDELINES FOR AS SIGMENTS 1 Quizzes 10 20 points each 25 2 Five noncomprehensive exams 45 3 Two written assignments 30 GRADING POLICY 97 100 A 8O 82 B 93 96 A 77 79 0 90 92 A 73 76 C 87 89 B 7O 72 83 86 B 60 OR BELOW F All grades will be posted on Blackboard ASSIGNMENTS 1 Quizzes A Quizzes will be given frequently throughout the semester All quizzes will be given at the beginning of the class period in which they are scheduled You will have 20 minutes to complete each quiz unless the instructor allows additional time You will not be granted additional time to complete a quiz in the event that you are late for class regardless ofyour excuse B You may not use or consult any resources ie written electronic human etc during the quiz C Please note that you have a scheduled quiz on the rst day of class This quiz will assess your knowledge of the content of this syllabus 2 Exams A Five noncomprehensive exams will be given during the semester Exams will begin at the start ofthe class period in which they are scheduled and you will have the entire class period to work on the exam You will not be given additional time to complete an exam in the event that you are late to class regardless of your excuse B You may not use or consult any resources ie written electronic human etc during the exam 3 Written Assignments Details Below All written assignments must be turned in at the beginning ofthe class period in which they are due No assignment will be accepted late for any reason CLAS S ATTENDANCE Attendance is your responsibility Makeup quizzes and exams will only be allowed with an approved excused absence No written assignments will be accepted late unless approved by the instructor in advance CELL PHONES LAPTOPS AND TEXTING DEVICES 1 At the beginning of every class ALL cell phones texting devices and any other type of handheld device that allows you to sendreceive messages will be turned offand placed inside your book bag ie out of sight lfthis rule is violated by anyone at anytime during this course then I will require you to place your devices into a basket at the front of the classroom at the beginning of class After class you can retrieve your devices 2 You may use your laptop during class Given the complex nature and volume of material we will cover this semester you are encouraged to use your laptop to take notes during class time Use of a laptop for nonacademic purposes such as sendingreceiving email or visiting social networking websites ie Facebook Twitter etc is strongly discouraged because it will interfere with your ability to do well in this course 3 Anyone who is caught using a cell phone texting device laptop or any type of handheld device that allows you to sendreceive messages during an exam or quiz will receive a grade of F for that particular assessment DIS RUP TIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE CLAS S ROOM AND DIS RUP TIVE CONDUCT Instructors may withdraw students from a course for behavior that is deemed by the instructors to be disruptive to the class The grade assigned will be quotW39 ifthe behavior occurs before the deadline for dropping a course without academic penalty and instructors have the option of giving a quotW39 or quotWFquot if the behavior occurs after the deadline The complete policy on quotDisruptive Behavior in the Classroomquot is included on the Policies for Students Web Page The website address is httpdeanofstudentsuncdedupolicvdisruptivepdf The University of North Carolina honors the rights of free discussion and expression peaceful picketing and demonstration the right to petition and peaceable assembly In a community of learning willful disruption of the educational process destruction of property and interference with the rights of other members of the community cannot be tolerated Accordingly it is the policy of the University to deal with any such disruption destruction or interference promptly and effectively but also fairly and impartially without regard to race religion gender or political beliefs quotDisruptive Conductquot is defined in full on the Policies for Students Web Page The website address for this information can be found httpdeanofstudentsuncgedu ACADEMIC HONOR CODE Students in this course are expected to be familiar with and adhere to the UNCG Academic Honor Policy described in the UNCG Policies for Students handbook The website address for this information is httpdeanofstudentsuncqedupolicv Students may be expected to sign an honor statement related to their independent work on written assignments Failure to adhere to these rules may result in lowering of the course grade or expulsion from the class LEARNING DIFFERENCES ANDOR DIS ABILITIES The instructor will make all accommodations necessary for students with a documented disability or medical condition It is the student s responsibility to provide the instructor with documentation and recommendations from Student Services at UNCG during the rst week of class You may contact Student Services at UNCG at 3363345928 or at their website httpwwwuncgedubaestudentser GRADE DISPUTE If you feel that your exam andor quiz andor written assignment has been graded in error then you are required to discuss the grade with the instructor within 24 hours of receiving the grade After 24 hours has lapsed a given grade will not be changed EXTRA CREDIT No extra credit will be given in this course 824 826 831 92 97 99 914 916 921 923 928 930 105 107 TENTATIVE CLASS SCHEDULE Introduction Syllabus amp Review of Class Procedures Small group blogs will be assigned amp explained QUIZ 7 Content ofthe Syllabus Class Business Anatomical terms surface markings tissues Readings Pgs 4 28 Class Business QUIZ Muscles Readings Pgs 9 14 17 28 Class Business Muscles Readings pgs 9 14 17 28 NO CLASS LABOR DAY Class Business QUIZ Muscles Readings pgs 9 14 17 28 Review for Exam 1 EXAM 1 Class Business Gas laws respiratory volumes and capacities respiratory framework Readings pgs 34 39 Class Business QUIZ Respiratory Framework Respiratory Muscles Readings pgs 35 78 Class Business Respiratory Muscles Readings pgs 35 78 Class Business QUIZ Respiratory Muscles Respiration for speech Readings pgs 35 78 84 96 Class Business Respiration for speech Readings pgs 84 96 Review for Exam 2 EXAM 2 Class Business Laryngeal Framework Readings pgs 101 114 1012 1014 1019 1021 1026 1028 112 114 119 1111 1116 1118 1123 1125 NO CLASS FALL BREAK Class Business Laryngeal membranes and cavities Readings pgs 115 119 Class Business QUIZ Laryngeal muscles Readings pgs 121 135 Class Business QUIZ Laryngeal Muscles Readings pgs 121 135 Class Business Laryngeal Muscles Phonatory Mechanisms Readings pg 144 164 Class Business QUIZ Group Blog Assignment 1 Due Phonatory Mechanisms Readings pgs 144 164 Review for Exam 3 EXAM 3 Class Business Bones of the head and face Readings pgs 198 225 Class Business QUIZ Bones of the head and face Cavities of the vocal tract Readings pgs 198 225 226 231 Class Business Articulatory Muscles Readings pgs 230 280 Class Business QUIZ Articulatory Muscles Readings pgs 230 280 Class Business Articulatory muscles Readings pgs 230 280 Nervous System Readings pgs 319 413 Class Business QUIZ Nervous System Readings pgs 319 413 NO CLAS S THANKS GIVING BREAK 1130 Class Business Nervous System Readings pgs 319 413 Review for Exam 4 122 EXAM 4 Group blog assignment 2 due 127 Class Business LAST DAY OF CLASSES Nervous System Readings pgs 319 413 REVIEW FOR FINAL 129 Review for Final 1214 EXAM 5 AT 800 AM WRITING AS S IGNMENTS The ability to convey written information in a concise and accurate manner is important in the profession This assignment is designed to help you cultivate your writing skills while demonstrating your knowledge ofand ability to apply the information you have learned in this class You will be divided into small groups of approximately five 5 students per group Your group will be assigned two topics These topics are listed below for your review Please note the due dates for these assignments under Tentative Class Schedule Each group is expected to meet and develop a comprehensive and thorough outline for their topics Then each group member should be assigned a particular subtopics that will substantially address the main topic Please note that the topics are broad in nature You may be as creative as you wish in addressing your topics so long as each topic is thoroughly and completely addressed The information given with each topic is only meant to guide your initial start Feel free to add additional information that is current and relevant Please rememberthat this portion ofthe course re ects 30 of your total grade You will post your work for each topic under Blackboard for this course Each member will make a minimum oftwo posts per topic A rubric to be discussed in class is posted on Blackboard The rubric will explain to you exactly what lam looking for in your assignment and your grade will be based on the content specified in this rubric You are strongly advised to review this rubric Every group member must use at least two outside resources for their posts and these resources must be listed ie referenced at the bottom of your posts in APA style Please consult the following website UNCG Libram APA Style Guide for information on using APA style You may only use websites that have been approved by me in advance Here are three websites that are approved Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institutes of Health National Academy of Science You may NOT use Wikipedia WRITING AS S IGNMENT ON BLACKBOARD TOPIC 1 RESPIRATORY AND VOICE 1 Bill has smoked for 20 years Describe the affects that smoking may have on the respiratory and laryngeal systems 2 Pick a disorder that frequently compromises respiration lnclude information on how the disorder affects the anatomical structures involved in respiration and what affect decompensation may have on speech production 3 John and Mary have a 2yearold daughter named Cindy Cindy cries every time she does not get her way Summarize the breathing process from the time that Cindy takes her first inhalation Further describe the parameters of voice production that permit Mary to distinguish Cindy s voice from John s voice 4 Jill is 60 years old and has recently been diagnosed with laryngeal cancer Discuss the effects of laryngeal cancer on voice production Pretend that because of the cancer Jill has had a total laryngectomy Discuss the options available for alaryngeal speech production 5 Larry is a 45 year old male and has been diagnosed with bilateral vocal nodules He is a professional singer Discuss the effects of vocal nodules on voice production Discuss treatment options as well 6 Johnny is three years old and has been diagnosed with cystic brosis CF Discuss the implications of cystic brosis on the respiratory system Further what signs and symptoms might have cued Johnny s parents that Johnny had CF 7 Penny is 75 years old and has had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD and chronic emphysema for approximately 15 years Describe the effects of both on the respiratory system and voice system 8 Frank is 35 years old and has had gastroesophageal re ux disorder GERD for 10 years He used to take medicine prescribed by his doctor but quit taking it about 7 years ago Describe the effects of chronic unmanaged GERD on voice and respiration 9 Taylor is a fiveweekold female who has been diagnosed with laryngomalacia What are the effects of this disorder on voice and respiration What are the types of this disorder What implications might it have for feeding and swallowing What implications ifany might the disorder have for speech production 10 Billy is 10 years old and has been diagnosed with bilateral vocal nodules Discuss the effects of same on voice production Discuss treatment options as well as dif culties that might be incurred in treatment TOPIC 2 ARTICULATION amp NEUROLOGY 1 Johnny is a newborn who has a complete bilateral cleft ofthe lip hard palate and soft palate What implications does a complete cleft hold for respiration feeding and speech production What options are available for repair and what are the implications for speech production Further you may also consider the psychosocial implications for clefting both before and after the repair 2 Robert was thrown through the windshield ofa car during a traf c accident The doctors have diagnosed him with diffuse axonal injury DAI Describe and summarize the neural areas that may be compromised because of the accident and the potential impact that these damages may have on communication Note Since this is a broad area you can choose to focus on one or two areas of the brain 3 Martha is 40 years old and recently suffered a leftsided stroke What affects might such a stroke have for speech and language Further Martha is an attorney for a large law practice What implications might the stroke have for her return to work 4 Kyle is 5 years old with apraXia of speech What implications might apraXia of speech have for speech production ie articulation 5 Ben is 15 years old and has cerebral palsy CP Discuss the implications of CP on respiration and articulation 6 Max is 55 years old and has right hemisphere disorder RHD What areas of the brain may be compromised in RHD Pretend that Max is a CEO ofa large sales company As a part of hisjob he conducts many meetings with sales staff and also makes calls on some of the larger accounts IBM is one of his clients What affects might RHD hold for return to work 7 Jean has head and neck cancer with a hemimandibular resection and partial glossectomy The cancer is stage IV meaning that it is advanced with metastasis to the brain What implications might the disease have for speech production as well as cognition 8 Gordon is a 40 year old male with Parkinson s disease PD What implications does the disease hold for articulation Further how does the disease occur How is it managed What affects does it hold for language 9 Edith is 60 years old with Alzheimer s disease What implications does the disease hold for articulation and language 10 Frank is 23 years old He suffered a gunshot wound GSW to the head during a drug deal gone bad You pick the part ofthe brain that has been damaged by the GSW What affects might the injury have on articulation language and cognition Pretend that Frank has a nasty habit of snorting crack cocaine He has been addicted since he was 14 Frank is now in a longterm care center ie nursing home He gets passes to leave the nursing home on weekends mostly to continue his drug habit What affects might continued abuse have on language and cognition TIPS FOR DOING WELL IN THIS COURSE 1 Review your notes daily Keep your notes organized in a binder Add relevant pictures and other resources that you nd to your binder and to the Blackboard Discussion Group 2 Consult The UNCG Writing Center 3211 MHRA Building and the UNCG Library for assistance with written assignments You can contact them at 3363343125 or on the Internet at The UNCG Writing Center 3 Keep up with your reading 4 Form study groups and meet regularly It is a good idea to compare notes to see if you have missed any information 5 Visit the websites listed in this syllabus regularly Use the practice exams and tutorials they provide Google wwwgooglecom is a good resource for locating other anatomy and physiology websites on line that can offer additional practice 6 Post good resources on the Discussion Board in Blackboard check the Discussion Board frequently throughout the semester 7 In the past some students have found coloring the structures to be helpful Here is one example ofthe many pages you can nd online by doing a search at wwwgooglecom Example Anatomy Coloring Pages 8 Alyson Gustin will be setting up a review group Please keep in mind that she willnot reteach the course information in the event that you miss a class Her role is to review and answer any questions you might have 9 I am here to teach you However you must assume ownership for this class meaning that it is ultimate 1y your responsibility to keep up with your notesreadings via daily review begin assignments in a timely fashion and to generally perform well in this course
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