xxiii
LEARN
PRACTICE
ASSESS
After you have studied this chapter, you should be able to:
P.1 Introduction
1
Explain the importance of an individualized approach to learning.
(p. xxiv)
P.2 Strategies for Success
2
Summarize what you should do before attending class. (p. xxiv)
3
Identify student activities that enhance classroom experience.
(p. xxviii)
4
Describe several study techniques that can facilitate learning new
material. (p. xxviii)
ana-,
up:
ana
tomy—the study of breaking up the body into its
parts.
multi-,
many:
multi
tasking—performing several tasks
simultaneously.
physio-,
relationship to nature:
physi
ology—the study of how
body parts function.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
PREVIEW
Foundations
for Success
CHAPTER
UNDERSTANDING WORDS
This section introduces building blocks of
words that your instructor may assign. They
are good investments of your time, since
they can be used over and over and apply to
many of the terms you will use in your career.
Inside the back cover and on the facing page
is a comprehensive list of these preF
xes,
su±
xes, and root words.
Each chapter begins with a list of learning outcomes indicating the
knowledge you should gain as you work through the chapter. (Note
the blue learn arrow.) These are intended to help you master the similar
outcomes set by your instructor. The outcomes will be tied directly to
assessments of knowledge gained.
The Chapter Preview not only provides great
study tips to o²
er a foundation for success,
but it also o²
ers tips on how to utilize this
particular text. Those tips will be found in
boxes just like this.
A photo on the opening
page for each chapter
generates interest.
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