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DE Anatomy Study and Review Materials   Tags: anatomy, de anatomy, de anatomy review, de anatomy study, domer  

Access weblinks and study guides for each unit. Materials are designed to assist in tutoring and preparing for exams.
Last Updated: May 30, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Your Textbook

  • Complete assigned reading prior to the inclass discussion
  • Take notes in Cornell Note format as you read
  • Pay particular attention to bold faced words and classifications
  • After reading a topic, review your notes and write your summary
  • Make note of anything you do not understand and ask about it in class

Study Guide

  • Complete as much of the study guide as you can after reading the text and the in class discussion
  • Fill in any items that you cannot do, by looking them up in the textbook or your notes
  • After completing the study guide check your responses with the key

Lab Packet

  • Stay on task during lab activities doing that which is assigned each day
  • Read and take notes on the lab manual when assigned.
  • Reference the lab manual, atlas or textbook when identifying tissues under the microscope. Look to see what the tissue should look like before you start drawing.
  • Ask if you do not obtain the results you are supposed to.


  • Read through the essay questions early in the unit.
  • As you read about the essay topics in the textbook and learn in class, takes notes of what you want to include in your essay
  • Check the essay grading rubric and compose your first draft
  • Finalize your essay, making certain you have completely answered the questions and included examples and applications

Class Discussions

  • Follow the lecture with your completed Cornell Notes
  • Highlight or add to your notes those topics that you did not include or those that are important
  • Ask questions and actively listen
  • it is helpful to review your notes after the lecture as well

Review Activities

  • Actively take part in classroom review activities.
  • Try to complete the activities without the assistance of your notes.
  • Check your notes or ask when  you do not know an answer



Study Hints

  • Check the objectives for each unit.  Can you perform the listed objective?
  • Review Cornell Notes and summaries.  If you cannot explain the concept, review the material in the textbook.
  • Check your study guide with the study guide key.  Review those items that you missed.
  • Review lab handouts.  Topics that are covered in the study guide and the lab are important.
  • Go through the review questions at the end of the chapter.  This is a great overview of the content.
  • Practice labelling the diagrams.  Can you identify the major structures?

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