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INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILOS)

ZOOLOGY

Knowledge and understanding

  • To define different types of tissues
  • To name the sites of occurrence of each tissue in body organs
  • To explain the relation between the anatomical site of the tissue and its function
  • To name the main function of cell organelles
  • To relate the function of cell organelles to the ultrastructure
  • To describe the main steps during early embryonic development in an experimental chordate model
  • To memorize the basic scientific terminology regarding anatomical and physiological terms
  • To estimate the possible abnormalities resulted from lesions in a certain organ or system using the student’s knowledge about structure and function of this organ.

Intellectual skills

  • To relate different body organs to each other anatomically and use of the proper terms to describe their position.

Professional and practical skills

  • To examine and recognize sections in body organs microscopically
  • To describe the normal appearance of tissues microscopically
  • To illustrate diagrams for different sections in body organs
  • To use the dissecting instruments and the light microscope
  • To locate the main organs, blood vessels, muscles, nerves, and skeleton

CHEMISTRY

Knowledge and understanding

  • Identify the different classes of organic compounds
  • Identify the preparation and reactions of the different classes of organic compounds
  • Differentiate between aromatic and aliphatic compounds
  • Discuss the occurrence, preparation, and reactions of different hydrocarbons
  • Discuss the difference in reaction between saturated and unsaturated compounds
  • Discuss the physical and chemical properties of alcohols
  • Compare alcohols and phenols
  • Discuss the preparation and properties of ethers
  • Discuss the occurrence of aldehydes and ketones in nature
  • Recognize the similarities between aldehydes
  • Recognize the oxidation/reduction relationship between alcohols, aldehydes and ketones, and corresponding acids
  • Discuss physical and chemical properties of amines
  • Recognize the prevalence of amines as the basic component in many natural products
  • Discuss the preparation of amines
  • Discuss the chemical properties of carboxylic acids
  • Recognize the conversion of carboxylic acids into their derivatives
  • Discuss the use of acid derivatives in organic synthesis
  • Identify the occurrence of fats and oils in nature
  • Recognize the differences between fats and oils in regard to their structure and physical properties
  • Discuss the chemical nature of amino acids and proteins
  • Describe the occurrence of carbohydrates in nature
  • Classify carbohydrates

Intellectual skills

  • To predict the site of the reaction
  • Classify hydrocarbons
  • Classify carbohydrates
  • Know the importance of amino acids.

Professional and practical skills

  • Identification of different organic classes.

BOTANY

Knowledge and understanding

  • Begin to recognize the plant cell structure
  • Understand the plant cell physiology
  • Demonstrate how to classify plants bacteria and fungi
  • Describe the general characteristics of viruses and the different methods of infection and multiplication
  • Explore the DNA structure and replication
  • Understand the different concepts of plant genetics
  • Be able to discuss the molecular aspects of chromosome and gene structure, and how genes are replicated, expressed, and regulated
  • Appreciate the nature of interactions between genes and the influence of gene interaction on inheritance patterns.

Intellectual skills

  • View the cellular world
  • Distinguish between different plant cell components with a microscope
  • Use the library and internet resources to develop independent study skills through assignments
  • Understand the use of plants in medicine
  • Distinguish between organic and genetically modified organisms through case studies and debates
  • Prepare and distinguish Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria
  • Identify different fungi microscopically
  • Virus detection by haemagglutination test.

Professional and practical skills

  • Identify cell structures in plants
  • Begin to develop lab skills in DNA isolation from plants
  • Distinguish the microbial pathogens
  • Develop an informed interest in matters of scientific importance and recognize the usefulness, and limitations, of the advances in genetics research.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILOS)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILOS)

Learning Outcomes ZOOLOGYKnowledge and understandingTo define different types of tissuesTo name the sites of occurrence of each tissue in body organsTo explain the relation between the anatomical site of the tissue and its functionTo name the main function of cell organellesTo relate the function of cell organelles to the ultrastructureTo describe the main steps during early embryonic development in an experimental chordate modelTo memorize the basic scientific terminology regarding anatomical and physiological termsTo estimate the possible abnormalities resulted from lesions in a certain organ or system using the student’s knowledge about structure and function of this organ.Intellectual skillsTo relate different body organs to each other anatomically and use of the proper terms to describe their position.Professional and practical skillsTo examine and recognize sections in body organs microscopicallyTo describe the normal appearance of tissues microscopicallyTo illustrate diagrams for different sections in body organsTo use the dissecting instruments and the light microscopeTo locate the main organs, blood vessels, muscles, nerves, and skeletonCHEMISTRYKnowledge and understandingIdentify the different classes of organic compoundsIdentify the preparation and reactions of the different classes of organic compoundsDifferentiate between aromatic and aliphatic compoundsDiscuss the occurrence, preparation, and reactions of different hydrocarbonsDiscuss the difference in reaction between saturated and unsaturated compoundsDiscuss the physical and chemical properties of alcoholsCompare alcohols and phenolsDiscuss the preparation and properties of ethersDiscuss the occurrence of aldehydes and ketones in natureRecognize the similarities between aldehydesRecognize the oxidation/reduction relationship between alcohols, aldehydes and ketones, and corresponding acidsDiscuss physical and chemical properties of aminesRecognize the prevalence of amines as the basic component in many natural productsDiscuss the preparation of aminesDiscuss the chemical properties of carboxylic acidsRecognize the conversion of carboxylic acids into their derivativesDiscuss the use of acid derivatives in organic synthesisIdentify the occurrence of fats and oils in natureRecognize the differences between fats and oils in regard to their structure and physical propertiesDiscuss the chemical nature of amino acids and proteinsDescribe the occurrence of carbohydrates in natureClassify carbohydratesIntellectual skillsTo predict the site of the reactionClassify hydrocarbonsClassify carbohydratesKnow the importance of amino acids.Professional and practical skillsIdentification of different organic classes.BOTANYKnowledge and understandingBegin to recognize the plant cell structureUnderstand the plant cell physiologyDemonstrate how to classify plants bacteria and fungiDescribe the general characteristics of viruses and the different methods of infection and multiplicationExplore the DNA structure and replicationUnderstand the different concepts of plant geneticsBe able to discuss the molecular aspects of chromosome and gene structure, and how genes are replicated, expressed, and regulatedAppreciate the nature of interactions between genes and the influence of gene interaction on inheritance patterns.Intellectual skillsView the cellular worldDistinguish between different plant cell components with a microscopeUse the library and internet resources to develop independent study skills through assignmentsUnderstand the use of plants in medicineDistinguish between organic and genetically modified organisms through case studies and debatesPrepare and distinguish Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteriaIdentify different fungi microscopicallyVirus detection by haemagglutination test.Professional and practical skillsIdentify cell structures in plantsBegin to develop lab skills in DNA isolation from plantsDistinguish the microbial pathogensDevelop an informed interest in matters of scientific importance and recognize the usefulness, and limitations, of the advances in genetics research. FUE