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The grading Rubric is in the last page of the attached Document

This is a 3 part assignment
Write a brief written report, describing the autonomic nervous system with its 2 main
Prepare a 3 to 4 minute oral presentation. Choose a story that would cause
your ANS to have a great deal of sympathetic tone or parasympathetic tone.
Written notes that you use for your oral presentation. This part of the
assignment is referenced in text and in a works cited section.
This is a 3 part assignment
a) Brief written report. This is a brief report explaining some of the key
concepts behind the oral presentation. This is probably the only report that I will
assign that does not require in-text and works cited references. You will be
referencing the 3rd part of the assignment and I didn’t want you to be doing “busy
work”. This report is uploaded to a drop box on d2l.
b) Oral report. This report is in the form of a story that might begin like
this………. “’I woke up in my tent to the sound of a big black bear tearing my back
pack apart…….”. Use your own story (not the bear story). You will tell the reader
what exact changes this causes in your cardiovascular system because of the input
from the autonomic nervous system (ANS). I have laid out what I need covered so
you know how to earn an excellent grade and at the same time learn this very
important connection. Have fun.
c) Written notes that you use for your oral presentation. This part of the
assignment is referenced in text and in a works cited section.
(1) Tips on the brief written report. (20 points)
Cover the following subjects.
ii) Describe the autonomic nervous system with its 2 main subsections. Tell
the reader when each of these subsections is active. Remember that the autonomic
nervous system (ANS) is always active. The parasympathetic division is dominant
during rest, digestion and regeneration and the sympathetic division dominant during
fight or flight (essentially any stress … not simple exercise). Tell the reader in
general (one to 3 sentences) which part of the ANS has greater tone when we are
digesting a meal, reacting to a stress, sleeping, making new blood cells and
antibodies, etc. We don’t need specifics here.
iii) Describe cardiac output. Tell the reader how cardiac output is defined,
measured, increased and decreased.
iv) Describe coronary circulation. List 2 specific arteries found in this system.
What is the main tissue that is supplied by these arteries?
v) Describe systemic circulation. List 2 specific arteries found in this system.
What are a few tissues that are perfused by the systemic circulatory system?
vi) See the grading rubric.
2) Tips on the oral report. (10 points)
a) Prepare a 3 to 4 minute oral presentation. This report must be in the form
of a story. It will be more useful if you use a story that has happened or could
happen to you. You will remember the material better and your audience will enjoy it
more and likely give you a better grade. Choose a story that would cause your ANS
to have a great deal of sympathetic tone or choose one that would cause your ANS
to have a great deal of parasympathetic tone. Stories involving parasympathetic
tone are a little harder to write about but either one will work for this assignment.
b) Remember that the autonomic nervous system is active during rest and
regeneration parasympathetic) and fight or flight (sympathetic). Each of these states
has a measurable effect on all systems. This is done by activating specific tissues
and cells and by using specific chemicals. For this assignment, only explain the
effect of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) on coronary circulation, systemic
circulation and cardiac output. Concentrate on the chemical, cellular and tissue
levels in order to be successful with this part of the assignment. Avoid terms like “the
body”, “the cardiovascular system”, “the nervous system”…… these are too vague.
In addition to chapters on heart and circulation you will need to brush up on
autonomic nervous system function which are found in the chapters of the text that
cover the nervous system (chapter 15 of the McKinley textbook).
c) You must never use quotes or copy a sentence word for word from your
textbook or from any other source. You must convert all material to your own words.
This is challenging but you must do this. Use the required terms as you prepare your
report. I strongly recommend that you stick to your textbook. Online references will
not be good for this report because they will be too vague or too detailed. You will be
timed by your computer so you will know exactly how long your report is before you
upload it to d2l. Make sure that you are within the required time limits before you
upload to d2l. See the grading rubric.
d) Recording an audio file is easy and you have the software on your laptop to
do it. If you are using a windows operating system (on any computer other than an
Apple brand computer) follow these steps.
i) Go to your home page and click on the search icon (the little magnifying glass).
ii) Type if “sound recorder” and hit enter
iii) The sound recorder will pop up.
iv) Hit the record button and start recording.
(1) If you do not have a webcam built into your laptop you may plug a
microphone into the mic jack and use it that way.
e) If you are using an MAC computer this link will help. http://www.mactip.net/howto-recordsound-on-a-mac/
f) You may use your phone if you wish.
i) Be sure to test it by sending a sample to yourself and listening to it through
your own laptop before you send it in to the drop box.
3) Tips on the written notes that you use for your oral report (20 points).
i) Write notes to yourself that you can use for your oral presentation with
references from the textbook (any text book will work for this). These may be in
bullet point fashion or in complete sentences. References are required. Zero (0)
Points maximum if no in-text or works cited references are found. See the “examples
of in-text and works cited” document in the materials/content/course resources in
ii) Include the following required terms. neurotransmitter, at least one
specific neurotransmitter must be described,
receptor, vasodilation, smooth muscle, vasoconstriction, tunica media,
circulation, stroke volume, autorhythmicity, SA node, AV node, heart
rate, atrial filling, venous return, general systemic resistance to blood flow,
blood pressure, increased perfusion, decreased perfusion, precapillary
sphincters, arteriole, organ, tissue, cell and chemical.
iii) Use bold font for the required terms just like I have here.
iv) See the grading rubric.
4) Grading rubric
a) Missing any of the 3 parts by the due date = zero to twenty (0-20/50) points for
the entire project
i) All 3 items (2 documents and one audio file) need to be submitted to the
same drop box. Thanks
b) Brief written report
i) Fully covered the required material = 20 points
ii) Misunderstood the subparts of the ANS = 10 points
iii) Understood the subparts of the ANS but did not write with clarity and
proper grammar = 14 points
iv) Did not meet the above requirements = 0 points
c) Oral presentations
i) Under 3 minutes or over 4.5 minutes on recorded presentation = zero (0/10)
points for the oral section
ii) Missing any terms = maximum of five (5/10) points for the oral report
iii) Incorrect understanding of any terms = maximum of ten (7/10) points for
the oral report.
d) Notes used for the oral report
i) terms missing, used incorrectly or not bolded = 5 to 15 points (5-15/20)
ii) No in-text or works cited references (see in text citations examples in
content on d2l) = zero (0/20)

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