Acquiring Medical Language 3rd Edition Steven Jones and Andrew Cavanagh 2023 Solution manual
Acquiring Medical Language
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Acquiring Medical Language 3rd Edition Steven Jones and Andrew Cavanagh 2023 solution manual
Edition: 3rd Edition
Author Name: Steven Jones and Andrew Cavanagh
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Instructor’s Manual – Chapter 1
This chapter presents content that helps students build a foundation of medical terminology for the remaining chapters. The chapter will especially be of help to students who have little or no experience or background in healthcare.
1.1 Summarize the purpose of medical language.
1.2 Summarize the origins of medical language.
1.3 Summarize the principles of medical language.
1.4 Summarize how to pronounce terms associated
with medical language.
1.5 Identify the parts used to build medical
1.6 Summarize how to put together medical terms.
1.7 Describe how medical terms are translated.
1.1 The Purpose of Medical Language
- Why is Medical Language Necessary?
1.2. The Origins of Medical Language
- Where Does It Come From?
- Why Greek and Latin?
1.3. The Principles of Medical Language
- How Does It Work?
1.4: How to Pronounce Terms Associated with Medical Language
- Syllable emphasis
1.5. Parts Used to Build Medical Language
- Common Roots
- Common Suffixes
- Singulars and plurals
- Common Prefixes
1.6. How to Put Together Medical Terms
- Putting It All Together
- Do Use a Combining Vowel
- Don’t Use a Combining Vowel
1.7. How Medical Terms Are Translated
- Think of Medical Terms as Sentences
- Chapter 1 PowerPoint
- Chapter 1 SmartBook
- Record a screencast of yourself as you demonstrate how a few medical terms can be broken down into their word parts to translate the term’s meaning.
- In-class small group discussion (or online discussion board): Have students discuss with each other an experience they had at a hospital or other healthcare facility, how they reacted to hearing unfamiliar medical terminology, and how they believe their future patients (regardless of the students’ chosen health professions) feel during a medical encounter.
- Connect quiz to assess student learning of the origins of medical language, types of word parts, and plurals.
- Test utilizing various questions from the test bank