SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology1University of South Florida Sarasota-ManateeCommunication Sciences & DisordersCollege of Arts and cs/csd.phpSyllabusSPA 3101: Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism100% ONLINE (3 credits) Summer 2015Professor:Webpage:Phone:Email:Office:Office hours:Stephanie Karidas, Ph.D., ie-karidas/[email protected] (It is easiest to reach me by email)USF Sarasota-Manatee, College of Arts & Sciences, B212By appointment onlyIn the event of an emergency, it may be necessary for USF to suspend normal operations. During thistime, USF may opt to continue delivery of instruction through methods that include but are not limited to:Canvas, Blackboard Collaborate, Skype, email messaging, and/or an alternate schedule. It is theresponsibility of the student to monitor the Canvas site for each class for course specific communication,and the main USF S-M, College, and department websites, emails, and MoBull messages for importantgeneral information.** This course is using the new on-line teaching program Canvas. Please follow the directions below to accessCanvas**How to access Canvas:1. Go to and log in with your Net-ID and password.2. Click the “Canvas” button on the top of the nstructionalMediaTechnologist941- ‐359- 303941- ‐359- ‐[email protected] ‐hours/emergencysupportisprovidedby:The USF Tampa IT Helpdesk provides 24 hour support for CANVAS. Please call 813-974-1222or email: [email protected] if you need assistance outside of USFSM’s E-Learning hours.

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology2Be sure to check your USF email daily for class announcements!How to log in to your USF email:1. Log in at my.usf.edu2. Click on the top link: Email3. This will take you to your USF mail.If you do not want to use the USF email account, you will need to forward the account tothe one you check regularly. You can do this by following these instructions:1. Log in to your USF email account2. Click on the little gear in the right hand corner and go down to click on “Settings”3. On the top of that window you will see several different options. Choose “Forwarding andPOP/IMAP”4. At the top you will see a button that says “Add a forwarding address”5. Click that button and follow the on-screen instructionsE- lme,pleaseallow24- mighttakelongeronweekendsandholidays.COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVESThe purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic anatomy and physiology associatedwith speech, language, hearing, and related functions (chewing, swallowing).This knowledge will provide a foundation for understanding the anatomical basis of speech, language,hearing, and related impairments.Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:1. Describe how the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and nervous systems contribute to the processesof speech, language, hearing, and related functions.2. List the anatomical components involved in the following processes: respiration, phonation,articulation, chewing, swallowing, hearing, and cognition.3. Explain the physiological processes associated with respiration, phonation, articulation, chewing,swallowing, hearing, and cognition.4. Detail the role of the brain in the processes of speech, language, and hearing.5. Incorporate anatomical and physiological information in descriptions of disorderedcommunication processes.This course is designed to provide a “knowledge and skills acquisition (KASA)” experience for studentswho are preparing to apply for the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Speech LanguagePathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).Specifically, the following KASA Standard will be met:Standard III B: The student will acquire basic knowledge about human communication and processes -biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental/lifespan, cultural.This standard will be achieved through a combination of lecture presentations (on Canvas), assignedreadings, and other assignments. Your progress toward these goals will be measured by your performanceon assignments and assessments.

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology3COURSE MATERIALSRequired text & software:Seikel, J. A., King, D. W., & Drumright, D. G. (2014). Anatomy & Physiology forSpeech, Language, and Hearing (5th Ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning.ISBN 978-1-285-19824-8The online software that accompanies this text (Online Anatesse Software) includes required activities forthis course. You must register online to activate your account and to have access to the activities.Students are strongly advised to only order from our bookstore or from the publisher’s website to receivethe accompanying software with the book.Publisher’s website: 1-20FKFXV&preview trueThe eBook will not give you access to the Anatesse software!Recommended supplement:Kapit, W. & Elson, L. M. (2013). The Anatomy Coloring Book, 4th Edition.TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS Reliable, daily Internet connection: high-speed connection (DSL/cable) is highly recommended. Active USF NetID – For help, go to nassignments.COURSE DELIVERYThe course is organized into 5 modules of content (most modules are two weeks long):1. Respiration (two weeks)2. Phonation (two weeks)3. Articulation & Resonance (two weeks)4. Mastication & Deglutition (chewing & swallowing; one week)5. Hearing (one week)*NOTE: Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology (Chapter 11&12) are not included because you will have a fullsemester of Neuroanatomy( including Neurophysiology) (SPA 4104).For each section, you will be responsible for the following: Reading assignment (book chapters and posted material) Weekly assignment(s) (see schedule) Viewing lecture and/or video Optional material in Anatomy Coloring BookCourse material will be presented asynchronous (on your own) lectures (videos, PowerPoint, etc.) thatwill be posted on Canvas. Lectures are intended to clarify reading and highlight important concepts andtheir application, with some opportunity to practice on your own. Reading your textbook, using theAnatomy Coloring Book, and working with the online activities provide an array of opportunities toexplore and learn the material on your own.IMPORTANT:**Exams will not be accessible nor accepted after posted due dates.

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology4**Last day to drop from Summer C with a "W" - no refund; no academic penalty is June 27th(SaturdayTENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE (*Subject to change)Content, lecturesAssigned readings;AssignmentsTests OnlineDatesACB Anatomyto submitCengage Website (CW);Week of Coloring Book (optional)Exams in Canvas Site- Syllabus- Read Syllabus!Discussion Board PostWeek 1- Basic elements of- Book: Chapter 1 and(4 pts)May 11anatomyrelated online activitiesScreen Capture (1 pt)Optional ACB: pp 1-2Study Questionsp. 42-45 (5 pts)Anatomy of- Book: Ch. 2 andStudy QuestionsCW Test 02-05 (5 pts)Week 2respirationrelated online activitiesp.133-139 (5 pts)May 18ACB: pp. 25-28, 127, 132Physiology ofBook: Ch. 3 andCW Test 02-09 (5 pts)Week 3respirationrelated online activitiesCW Test 03-04 (5 pts)May 25(*no class Monday,ACB: pp. 48, 52, 133USFSM closed)Week 4June 1Anatomy ofphonationWeek 5June 8Physiology ofphonationBook: Ch. 4 andrelated online activitiesACB: p. 130Book: Ch. 5 andrelated online activitiesWeek 6June 15Anatomy ofArticulation andResonationBook : Ch. 6 andrelated online activitiesACB: pp. 22-24, 135-136Week 7June 22Physiology ofArticulation andResonationBook: Ch. 7 andrelated online activitiesPhysiology ofMastication andDeglutitionAnatomy &Physiology ofHearingReviewBook: Ch. 8 andrelated online activitiesACB: pp. 45, 135, 137Book: Ch. 9 & 10 andrelated online activitiesACB: pp. 97-98Review lecture(*last day to dropwith a W: June 27)Week 8June 29(*July 3-holiday)Week 9July 6Week 10July 13Note: FinalExam is dueon Thursday11:59 pm ETCW Test 04-04 (5 pts)Study Questionsp. 294-295 (5 pts)CW Test 05-02 (5 pts)Exam 1 in Canvason Chapters 1-5 (100pts)Available Sunday6/14 through Fri. 6/19CW Test 06-09 (5 pts)CW Test 07-02 (5 pts)Study Questionsp. 490-492 (5 pts)CW Test 08-05 (5 pts)Study Questionsp. 571-572 (5 pts)CW Test 09-06 (5 pts)Exam 2 in Canvas onChapters 6-10 (100pts)Available Sunday7/12 through Thurs.7/16

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology5ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTIONS & REQUIRED CLASS ACTIVITIESInstructions and requirements for all assignments will be provided within the course modules onour Canvas course website. The colors below correspond to the color of the assignments on thecourse outline and schedule found later in this syllabus.Welcome Week Discussion Board & Screen Capture Assignmentsa. Welcome Discussion Board (DB):You will each write a short paragraph about you, the city where you live, something interestingand fun about you and what inspired you to start this program; 4 points, due on Friday of thefirst week at 11:59 pm eastern time (ET). Completion of this assignment indicates that you areattending the course and will be marked “present” for first-week attendance. Students who donot complete this assignment will be marked “absent” for the first week’s attendance.Being “absent” can result in the student being dropped from the class as per universitypolicy.b. Screen Capture (1 pt):Log onto the Cengage Learning website, create your account,and access the online Anatesse Software. Take a screen capture of anything on the website,save the file, and upload it as an attachment/file to the “Screen Capture” assignment in Canvas.Study Questions:During some weeks you will complete the study questions at the end of the textbook chapter,check your answers using the answer key in the textbook, correct any incorrect answers, and inthe margin explain what you learned from the correction. Then upload a scanned copy, or cleardigital photo file (jpeg) of your work to the Canvas assignment. Check the Course Outline &Schedule to see due dates and pages. See Canvas website for additional instructions andinformation. 5 points each, due on Friday at 11:59 pm eastern time (ET) during the assignedmodule week.Cengage Website (CW) Tests: You are required to use the online Anatesse Software tocomplete selected tests. These include Tests 2-05, 2-09, 3-04. 4-04, 5-02, 6-09, 7-02, 8-05, and9-06 (see the Tentative Course Outline & Schedule for more information). You can take the testmultiple times to achieve your best score. Then submit a screenshot of your test results to earnpoints for this assignment (maximum 5 points, due on Friday, 11:59 pm ET as listed in theTentative Course Outline & Schedule).Exams: This course includes two, non-cumulative exams. Exams are worth 100 pointseach. Each student is to complete these exams independently. Students are not allowed towork together on exams. Specific instructions on how to complete exams will be posted onCanvas.Lectures: Weekly recorded lectures can be accessed via the Panopto link in each Module inCanvas. Students are required to view the weekly lectures. The accompanying powerpointslides are also available in each Module.Readings & Videos: Required readings from the course textbook are listed on the courseschedule. Other required and optional materials are also available within the Modules inCanvas.

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology6Participation Policies:Online participation is required every week. You are expected to complete all required readings (textbook,powerpoint lecture notes, other assigned readings), view Panopto lectures, and complete the tests andassignments for each weekly Module.7. GRADING INFORMATION & LATE WORKFinal grades will be calculated based on the total points earned for all exams and assignments.The maximum points for each assignment are listed below.First Week’s Attendance Discussion Post & screen shot5 pointsCengage Website (CW) Tests45 points (9 @ 5 points each)Study Questions Assignments25 points (5 @ 5 points each)Mid-term Exam100 pointsFinal Exam100 pointsTOTAL275 maximum pointsThe points earned on the exams and all assignments will be totaled. The table below will beused to assign the grade that corresponds to your total points earned. No rounding of points willoccur (example: 255.999 points B ). There is no opportunity for extra credit in this class.TIMELINESS & LATE ASSIGNMENTSModules open on Friday evening and close the following Friday at 11:59 pm Eastern Time (ET). Allassignments must be completed within the week assigned for that Module and by the due date and timelisted for the assignment in Canvas. Assignments are due by Friday at 11:59 pm ET; exceptions arelisted on our Canvas course website.Penalty for Late Work: An assignment submitted past the due date and time will be penalized 1 point ifsubmitted 1 to 5 hours late, 2 points penalty if submitted on the calendar day following the due date (morethan 5 hours late), and 3 points for each additional calendar day that the assignment is late.Please note: there is no opportunity to take a late midterm or final exam.Please check your USFSM e-mail, Canvas messages, and class comment messages daily. You will benotified (by messaging in Canvas or by a comment in the assignment) if your assignment submissioncannot be opened by the instructor. The assignment must be resubmitted within 24 hours from the time ofthe instructor’s request to resubmit. If submission is beyond 24 hours of the request, late penalties asstated above will apply.Please be sure that your assignments are correctly uploaded and attached in Canvas. “Empty”assignments (submissions without uploads or attachments) will be considered LATE and points will bededucted accordingly.Exceptions may be considered with evidence of written documentation (e.g., hospital discharge note,physician note, death certificate) in cases of a serious, unforeseen emergency or serious situation suchas an accident, severe illness, hospitalization, or death. Should you experience an emergency or serioussituation, you must notify the instructor via e-mail or leave a phone message before the assignment isdue. Technology failure is never considered an emergency or serious situation. Please begin work oneach assignment well in advance of the deadline. This will allow sufficient time to resolve any technologyfailure that may occur. See “Learner Support” section of this syllabus for assistance with technology.Class work not completed and submitted by July 16 will receive a grade of “0” points.GradeA AAB GradeC CCD 9-0%

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology7NETIQUETTE GUIDELINESThe BS-SLS program at USFSM upholds the highest ethical standards and promotes professionalism. Assuch, all students are expected to demonstrate mutual respect in all on-line interactions.Students may never use racial or ethnic slurs, flaming, or derogatory statements. Use of these and otherdisrespectful communications and behaviors are grounds for disciplinary actions.10. USFSM AND USF SYSTEM POLICIESA. Academic Dishonesty: The University considers any form of plagiarism or cheating onexams, projects, or papers to be unacceptable behavior. Please be sure to review theuniversity’s policy in the USFSM Catalog, the USF System Academic Integrity of Students,and the USF System Student Code of Conduct.B. Academic Disruption: The University does not tolerate behavior that disrupts the learningprocess. The policy for addressing academic disruption is included with AcademicDishonesty in the USFSM Catalog, USF System Academic Integrity of Students, and the USFSystem Student Code of Conduct.C. Contingency Plans: In the event of an emergency, it may be necessary for USFSM tosuspend normal operations. During this time, USFSM may opt to continue delivery ofinstruction through methods that include but are not limited to: Canvas, BlackboardCollaborate, Elluminate, Skype, and email messaging and/or an alternate schedule. It’s theresponsibility of the student to monitor Canvas site for each class for course specificcommunication, and the main USFSM and College websites, emails, and MoBull messagesfor important general information. The USF hotline at 1 (800) 992-4231 is updated with prerecorded information during an emergency. See the Campus Police Website for furtherinformation.D. Disabilities Accommodation: Students are responsible for registering with the Office ofStudents with Disabilities Services (SDS) in order to receive academic accommodations.Reasonable notice must be given to the SDS office (typically 5 working days) foraccommodations to be arranged. It is the responsibility of the student to provide eachinstructor with a copy of the official Memo of Accommodation. Contact Information:Disability Coordinator, 941-359-4714, sability-services/E. On-Campus Fire Alarm Instructions: At the beginning of each semester please note theemergency exit maps posted in each classroom. These signs are marked with the primaryevacuation route (red) and secondary evacuation route (orange) in case the building needs tobe evacuated. See Emergency Evacuation Procedures.F. Religious Observances: USFSM recognizes the right of students and faculty to observemajor religious holidays. Students who anticipate the necessity of being absent from classfor a major religious observance must provide notice of the date(s) to the instructor, in writing,by the second week of classes. Instructors canceling class for a religious observance shouldhave this stated in the syllabus with an appropriate alternative assignment.G. Sexual Misconduct/Sexual Harassment Reporting: USFSM is committed to providing anenvironment free from sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence(USF System Policy 0-004). The Counseling and Wellness Center is a confidential resourcewhere you can talk about incidents of sexual harassment and gender-based crimes includingsexual assault, stalking, and domestic/relationship violence. This confidential resource canhelp you without having to report your situation to either the Office of Student Rights and

SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology8Responsibilities (OSSR) or the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity (DIEO),unless you request that they make a report.Please be aware that in compliance with Title IX and under the USF System Policy,educators must report incidents of sexual harassment and gender-based crimes includingsexual assault, stalking, and domestic/relationship violence. If you disclose any of thesesituations in class, in papers, or to me personally, I am required to report it to OSSR or DIEOfor investigation. The Deputy Coordinator for USFSM is Mary Beth Wallace, AVP for StudentEnrollment, Engagement and Success, 941-359-4330 or [email protected] Resources:Counseling Center and Wellness Center 941-487-4254Victim Advocate (24/7) 941-504-8599List of off-campus resources:Hope of Manatee: 941-755-6805Safe Place & Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) – Sarasota: 941-365-1976First Call for Help- Manatee: 941-708-6488Sarasota & North Port 941-366-5025Manatee Glens: 941-782-4800H. Web Portal Information: Every newly enrolled USF student receives an official USF e-mailaccount. Students receive official USF correspondence and Canvas course information viathat address.J. Instructor CopyrightStudents may not sell notes or other course materials; students may not copy or distribute anycourse materials without the written consent of the instructor. Recordings of any class activityin written, audio, or video form may only be made for your own personal use for courserelated activities and may not be shared or distributed to any person or entity without thewritten consent of the instructor. Course materials may not be posted on the web for anyreason.

The USF Tampa IT Helpdesk provides 24 hour support for CANVAS. Please call 813-974-1222 or email: [email protected] if you need assistance outside of USFSM’s E-Learning hours. SPA 3101 Anatomy & Physiology 2 Be sure to check your