Studoc has an exciting (aka soul crushing) week of tests next week. In the past, I've made some worksheets for his anatomy lab practical that he says are helpful. So here's a snippet of what I've been working on:
There are a few things I need to clear up right off the bat:
- I didn't type all this out. Studoc is given many pages of lists in a handy Word document complete with everything he needs to first memorize and then be able to identify on a cadaver. All I do when making my worksheets is choose words that look important (lots of z's, x's and y's) and delete everything except for the first letter or two of the word. And then I add an underline. That's it. It's only time consuming because there are many pages of lists.
- I don't understand anything. To me his lists are a foreign language of gobble-di-gook. Once in a while, I'll see something I know ("Clavicle!") but other than that, your guess is as good as mine. (Unless you are a med student reading this, in which case your guess is waaaaaay better than mine!)
I'm glad I can help him out studying a bit, because goodness knows he is too busy studying for multiple tests to make worksheets and study aids.
And who am I kidding. It's sort of fun to me. Maybe I should become a teacher after all? :)
P.S. I don't grade his worksheets. Gotta draw the line somewhere.