Lab Manual for BIO102 at Mt Hood Community College. The associated textbook is available at https://openoregon.pressbooks.pub/mhccbiology102/
This text explores the nature and structures of academic arguments through the analysis and implementation of critical and creative thinking techniques. Through a combination of the latest research in hemispheric science, neuropsychology, and brain development, along with the long-established rhetorical algorithms for analyzing the dynamic structure of arguments, this text attempts to develop a clearer and more robust model for the construction and deconstruction of various forms of argument. A variety of "texts" are used to help students develop rhetorical analysis skills, critical thinking tools, creative problem solving abilities, and a responsive, diverse, and integrative apparatus for establishing the veracity of truth claims in both academic and cultural contexts.
Continuation of JPN101. There is also a worksheet packet to go with this text. It is meant to be used in language classroom and not for self-study. Source file can be requested by e-mailing Yoko.Sato@mhcc.edu.
This is a set of supplemental materials and worksheets to go with First Year Japanese II Textbook. Source file can be requested by e-mailing Yoko.Sato@mhcc.edu.
This is meant to be used in a classroom situation with a teacher. It was created for showing on big screen as well as individual computer monitor. Easy to use for remote learning. Many graphic images and activities as well as simple grammar and culture explanations. Worksheet set to go with this is also available. Source file can be requested by e-mailing Yoko.Sato@mhcc.edu.
This set goes with First Year Japanese I - JPN101 text by Yoko Sato. It includes Kana charts, Kana practice sheets, some lecture notes, drills and activities.
BI102A is a survey course that introduces the discipline of molecular biology and genetics, exploring topics including cell division, protein production, inheritance and gene regulation. This book focuses on putting those topics into an appropriate context for students who are not biology majors. Order a print copy: http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/general-biology-ii-survey-of-molecular-life-and-genetics/23678587
Survey of Cellular Biology is intended for one term of the introductory biology course for non-science majors taught at many two- and four-year colleges. The concepts of cellular biology, as they apply to the study of life, are introduced, including parts of a cell, metabolism, and homeostasis.
Psychological Adjustment Textbook
PSY 101 Psychology of Human Relations
Psychology of Human Relations is the study of psychology from a living or personal point of view with emphasis on practical application. Attention is given to individual and group dynamics with focus on feelings and attitudes in relation to family, work and day-to-day experiences. The course includes an overview of topics including self-concept, perception, self-awareness, personality, values and communications in resolving interpersonal conflicts.
The following text was created as part of an Open Oregon grant to promote the creation and use of
Open Educational Resources for college students. The Mt Hood Community College version of
“Psychological Adjustment” differs from the original text created by Tori Kearns and Deborah Lee at
East Georgia State College in the following ways. First, content revisions were made in existing
learning modules to better suit the needs of our department. Specifically, we removed the modules X.
Understanding Gender, and XII. Loneliness and Solitude. Significant revisions were made to the
modules on Stress, Communication, and Work/Choosing a Career with updated graphics and reading
materials. Second, the authors created learning objectives and keyword lists that coordinated with the
newly added materials. Finally, the authors made significant changes to how the materials were
presented in the text to increase student accessibility. In the original Kearns & Lee text, the learning
modules were populated with external links, some of which were broken or not available. Where
appropriate, the authors translated materials from external sources into a PDF version of the current
textbook, so that external links were no longer necessary to access the reading materials.
Editable doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kd82c8j_V2kZ-hNCvTMbdIM7Oa7SsFNY/edit?
Dental hygienists and auxiliaries with restorative skills will become increasingly in demand as their scope of practice expands. Restorative Mastery for the Dental Hygienist presents practical demonstrations and the core knowledge needed for successfully placing and finishing class II restorations in first molars using video demonstrations, checklists, and exercises.
This set of worksheets is for practicing Kanji that goes with Second Year Japanese - Textbook that is to be used in class for the second year students in college and/or for the third/fourth year Japanese in high school. Clicking on each large Kanji on the first page of each sheet will lead to the webpage of jisho.org that explains more about the kanji.
This worksheets should be used for the second year students in college and/or for the third/fourth year Japanese in high school. It goes with "Second Year Japanese - Textbook" by Yoko Sato. It would be ideal to be used after completing each lesson for checking how much students understand and apply the materials introduced in the lesson.
This is a slide style textbook to be used in class for the second year students in college and/or for the third/fourth year Japanese in high school. Each lesson includes simple grammar explanation, model dialogs, quick drills and activities for pair and group work with lots of illustrations. Kanji worksheets and outcome check worksheets are available to go with this textbook. There are also First Year Japanese I, II, III textbooks and worksheets.
This is an entry level blueprint reading book written for the first year welding student. The book will be used in the first term of a two year welding program to familiarize the student to sketching and reading blueprints.
A deep exploration of the fundamental symbols, ceremonies, rituals, and transformative narratives of the world's great wisdom traditions and mythological systems. With special attention paid to their relevance to the modern world. Written for Community College and undergraduate level courses through an equity, diversity, and inclusion lens. Western myths are included but not centered.