BI 214 Personal & Community Health
F2DD 2012 DC
Calip, Theresa A.
B.A. ZoologyM.A. Biological SciencesM.A. Anthropology
Oct. 22- Dec. 16
8:00 - 2:00 PM
Textbook: Core Concepts in Health
Brief 12th Edition
Authors: Insel and Roth
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Additional Resources: Required: My pyramid tracker
http://www.choosemyplate.gov - Free registration
You will use this website to track your diet for your nutrition project. I
recommend that you register and familiarize yourself with this website as soon
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Educational Philosophy: Learning is a two-way endeavor where the contribution of the student is as crucial as that of the instructor.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Core assessment is the final exam consisting of 89 objective questions and 6 discussion question (point value indicated on each).
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
Assessment based on a midterm
exam, a final exam, and two projects, a fitness journal, and a dietary
journal, both of which are to be
maintained throughout the course. In addition, since discussion is such an
important component, students will be graded for overall class participation.
Midterm exam - 100 points
Final exam - 100 points
Proj.1 - Fitness log/journal
-Fitness class report - 10
Proj. 2- Dietary log/journal -50
- Dietary class report - 10
Class participation - 30 points
Because this course is concerned with
your long term health, there are a couple of long term projects built into the
Nutrition project involves the use of the MyPyramidTracker diet analysis
program. This project will involve daily recording of foods. The Wellness or physical
fitness project extends over a longer period of time. Although the
directions are specific about the activities that you participate in, if there
are circumstances that prevent you from completing them please contact me and
we will work on a different aspect for you.
& Physical Activity Chp1,10
& Weight Management Chp.9,10,11
& Psychological Health Chp.2,3
& Reproduction, STD’s,Birth Control Chp.5,6
Alcohol & Tobacco Chp. 7,8
& Infection, Cancer, Cardiovascular Chp 13, 12
Health Chap 14, CLASS PRESENTATIONS
Nutrition Project Due; Wellness
Project Due, **FINAL**
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Last Updated:10/11/2012 11:16:31 AM