Videos for Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 1
NGS Video: The Incredible Human Machine
Chapter 2
BBC Video: Study on Supplements
Chapter 3
NGS Video: Stem Cell Research
Chapter 4
NGS Video: The Incredible Human Machine:
Skin
Chapter 5
BBC Video: Osteoporosis
Chapter 6
New York Times Video: Increasing Knee
Stability
Chapter 7
BBC Videos: Psychoactive Drugs, Brain Bank
Chapter 8
New York Times Video: Coping with Chronic Pain
Chapter 9
NGS Video: Iodine Deficiency in Ethiopia
Chapter 10
BBC Video: Sickle Cell Anemia
Chapter 11
NGS Video: The Incredible Human Machine:
Circulation
New York Times Video: Looking at the Heart
Chapter 12
NGS Video: AIDS
Chapter 13
BBC Video: Asthma
Chapter 14
NGS Video: The Incredible Human Machine:
Digestion
Chapter 15
New York Times Video: The Not-So-Strong
Kidney
Chapter 16
NGS Video: The Incredible Human Machine:
The Miracle of Conception
BBC Video: Teratogens
Book Companion Site
www.wiley.com/coNege/freudenrich
All instructor resources (the Test Bank, Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint presentations, and all textbook illustrations and
photos in jpeg format) are housed on the book companion site (www.wiley.com/college/freudenrich). Student resources
include self quizzes and flashcards.
PowerPoint Presentations
(available in
WileyPLUS
and on the book companion site)
A complete set of highly visual PowerPoint presentations— one per chapter—developed by Sandra Hutchinson, Sin-
clair Community College is available online and in
WileyPLUS
to enhance classroom presentations. Tailored to the text's
topical coverage and learning objectives, these presentations are designed to convey key text concepts, illustrated by
embedded text art and animations. Video PowerPoints also offer embedded links to videos to help introduce class-
room discussions with short, engaging video clips.
Test Bank
(available in
WileyPLUS
and on the book companion site)
The visuals from the textbook are also included in the Test Bank developed by Charles Benton, Madison Area Technical
College, Evelyn Biluk, Chippewa Valley Technical College, and Cammie Emory, Bossier Parish Community College. The
Test Bank has a diverse selection of test items including multiple-choice and essay questions, with at least 20 percent
of them incorporating visuals from the book. The Test Bank is available online in MS Word files, as a Computerized
Test Bank, and within
WileyPLUS.
The easy-to-use test-generation program fully supports graphics, print tests, student
answer sheets, and answer keys. The software's advanced features allow you to produce an exam to your exact
specifications.
Instructor's Resources
(available in
WileyPLUS
and on the book companion site)
The Instructor's Resources includes creative ideas for in-class activities, and suggested lecture outlines by Scott
Rahschulte, Ivy Tech Community College. The Critical and Creative Thinking questions are included in the Assignment
section of
WileyPLUS
and the Concept Check questions are included in the student Practice section of
WileyPLUS.
Guidance is also provided on how to maximize the effectiveness of visuals in the classroom.
1.
Use visuals during class discussions or presentations.
Point out important information as the students
look at the visuals, to help them integrate separate visual and verbal mental models.
2.
Use visuals for assignments and to assess learning.
For example, learners could be asked to identify
samples of concepts portrayed in visuals.
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