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Lab Seven

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Lab Seven


 

Instructions:

Each student will post a Wiki Page on a specific "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality".

10 points Possible

 

Start by going out on the web and search about a specific "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality".

 

Grading will be based on the following criteria:

 

10 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page includes the following.

  1. Link from the bottom of this Wiki page to your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page.
  2. Three written paragraphs (minimum). MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. NO COPY | PASTE SOMEONE ELSES WORK!
    • The first paragraph must describe the general characteristics of the disease or abnormality.
    • The second paragraph should describe the types of medical treatments available for the disease or abnormality.
    • The third paragraph should provide some statistics on the disease i.e. survivorship rates, death rate, etc.
  1. One visual item (picture, illustration, table, chart, etc.) to support your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page.
  2. Include your reference URL or bibliography.

 

EVERY STUDENT MUST HAVE THEIR OWN MUSCULAR DISEASE / ABNORMALITY TOPIC...MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT ALL OTHER STUDENTS WIKI PAGES BEFORE POSTING YOUR OWN.

 

Scoring Rubric -

10 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page includes all 4 of the items listed above.

 

7 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page includes 3 of the items listed above.

 

5 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page 2 of the items listed above.

 

3 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page 1 of the items listed above.

 

1 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page was attempted but failed to include any of the items listed above.

 

0 points: If your "Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" Wiki page was not attempted.

 


Please DO NOT EDIT ANYTHING ABOVE ON THIS PAGE!


 

 

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"Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" by (Student's First name and last name)

 

"Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" by (Student's First name and last name)

 

"Skeletal / Muscular Disease or Abnormality" by (Student's First name and last name)

 

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