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4/16- C25 and C26 Learning Objectives Posted - See Unit Seven

4/16 - CDC.gov Homework Assignment - Click Here

4/15 - C7 Matching Vocabulary Posted // C7 (Note: CDC.gov extra credit should be posted by the end of the day!

4/15 - Replacement Exam to Cover Four Chapters:

C4 - Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
C14 - Principles of Disease and Epidemiology
C15 - Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity
C20 - Antimicrobial Drugs

Note: you should re-read these chapters in the textbook, review your Study Guide Question Answers, and review the Chapter PowerPoints. This is an optional exam. You may take the replacement exam after the last Unit Exam. A low score on this exam will not lower your grade!

Please bring to class your study guide answers. We will review these Q/A after our lecture covering C26.

 
     
 
 
 

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Please Note: The Michigan Educational Association's research on education states that for every lecture hour in class a student should commit to three hours of study time to learn the lecture material. Therefore, you should invest nine hours of study time per week or approximately 90 minutes per day!

It is more beneficial if you take time an hour every day to study rather than to study three or four hours at one time! This is true because of how our brain work. Each time you recall stored information will reinforce the "memory trace" which was established in our brains when we first put the factoid in our memory. This was first spoken about by Roman orators more than 2000 years ago!

 
     
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