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Week One iLab Grading Rubric

Part 1
The Week 1 iLab consists of listing all of the parts of the digestive system. There are 14 parts that must be included in your list. Feel free to copy and paste a photo or picture from your text or lecture and copy it into a word document. Part 2

The second part of the Week 1 iLab involves taking all of the digestive system parts that you listed in part one and then, describe where the part is located and then, secondly, communicate how you will remember where each part is located. For example, the appendix is located on the right side of the body under the ascending colon and I will remember this by the picture that I included below or I will remember this because appendix and ascending both start with “A”. The easiest/quickest way to complete part 2 is to take a "screen shot" of the completed digestive system activity and cut/paste it into an MS word document.  If your computer system can not do this, write out the parts and put a location/description next to it.  Part 3

In a Word document, please take the following digestive system parts (mouth, small intestine, esophagus, stomach and large intestine) and label them with the appropriate mechanism that occurs in that digestive system part (propulsion, absorption, chemical digestion and mechanical digestion).  Please note that more than one mechanism can occur in each of the body parts listed above. Part 4

For this last part of the iLab, please define the mechanisms (propulsion, absorption, chemical digestion and mechanical digestion) in 2-3 sentences each.

List all parts of the digestive system| 5 points (all 14 parts)4 points (10-13 parts)3 points (9-6 parts)2 points (5 parts or less)1 point (4 parts or less)| Location of the parts of the digestive system | 5 points (all 14 parts)| Describe the manner in which to retain the parts of the digestive system (how will you remember where the parts are located)| 5 points (all 14 parts)| Mechanism for each...
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