Intro to Anatomy & Physiology Crash Course Video Write-a-Long

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Using the "Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology" Crash Course video (11:19), students complete a WSQ-style write-a-long. The video can be found by searching the name on YouTube, using the shortened Google URL, or by scanning the QR code.

WSQ stands for "watch, summarize, question" and was developed by Crystal Krich for her flipped classroom ( Using the WSQ method (which is described at the top of the sheet, as it is the first time my anatomy students are using the method), the students take notes as they watch the video and also use the way Hank Green models the use of anatomical terms to complete a similar independent-learning type question (not directly answered via the video) on their own. Finally, they summarize three of the terms in the video by either defining or illustrating them, and lastly, create either a "confusion" or "discussion" question to be addressed the next day.

My students watch the video as homework and the sheets are used to 1) make sure they watched the video, and 2) facilitate discussion the next day in regards to what they saw.

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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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