The muscular system

 

Read the following questions and briefly describe your thoughts on the answer and how you come to that answer. This activity is

intended to allow you to think about what you have learned and how you can apply it to problems or situations in the real world.

How would you explain skeletal muscle cell contraction were there no T tubules?
How would you design the skeletal muscle differently if there were no epimysium, perimysium, or endomysium?
If skeletal muscle fibers could store large quantities of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), how would you explain the change, if any,

in our ability to run at top speed for a distance (or to perform any aerobic exercise)?
This assignment will be graded using the rubric displayed below. Please review this rubric prior to beginning your work. You can

also access the rubric by clicking on Critical Thinking Reflection on the Course Rubrics page within the Start Here module. This

journal is part of your overall Critical Thinking Reflection grade worth 10%

By completing this reflection activity you will meet module outcomes: #4, 5, 9, 10 and 11.

Rubric
HSC105 & HSC106 Critical Thinking Reflection Rubric
HSC105 & HSC106 Critical Thinking Reflection Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Relevance & Depth
60.0 pts
A: Provides a clear and comprehensive reflection to the assigned question(s) that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the

topic/concepts.
51.0 pts
B: Provides a reflection for the assigned question(s) that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the topic/concepts. Some

minor details may be missing.
45.0 pts
C: Provides a brief reflection for the assigned question(s); however, some areas are incomplete and reflection needs more detail to

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demonstrate full understanding of the topic/concepts. May be some minor inaccuracies or misconceptions with content.
39.0 pts
D: Attempt at reflection addresses at least some of the questions; however, important details are vague or missing. Response

demonstrates little understanding of the topic/concepts and may indicate there are some misconceptions with the content.
33.0 pts
F: Attempt at reflection addresses at least a few questions; however, answers are incomplete and/or contain major inaccuracies.

Reader cannot ascertain the points the student is making.
0.0 pts
0: No reflection paper provided.
60.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Organization
25.0 pts
A: Writing is organized and skillfully communicates meaning to readers (e.g., clear focus, appropriate word choice, language flows

seamlessly); all components of the assignment are addressed. Student clearly and consistently differentiates his/her thoughts from

those of others (e.g., textbook) at all times by citing where appropriate.
21.0 pts
B: Writing is organized and generally conveys meaning to readers; all components of the assignment are addressed. In general,

student clearly and consistently differentiates his/her thoughts from those of others (e.g., textbook) by citing where appropriate.
19.0 pts
C: Writing is somewhat organized and generally conveys meaning to readers; most components of the assignment are addressed. In

general, student clearly and consistently differentiates his/her thoughts from those of others (e.g., textbook) by citing where

appropriate.
16.0 pts
D: Writing attempts organization, but writing language errors or organization errors sometimes interferes with the meaning. Some

components of the assignment/questions may be missing. AND/OR Student does not clearly differentiate his/her thoughts from those of

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others in several places.
14.0 pts
F: Written work does not progress logically and ideas are not fully formed; most of the components of the assignment/questions are

missing. AND/OR Student does not differentiate his/her thoughts from those of others.
0.0 pts
0: No reflection paper provided.
25.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Syntax & Mechanics
15.0 pts
A: Clearly and consistently uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
13.0 pts
B: Uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. There are a few minor errors; however, they do not interfere with meaning.
12.0 pts
C: Generally uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. There are a few errors that interfere with meaning.
10.0 pts
D: There are many grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors that interfere with meaning.
8.0 pts
F: The substantial number of grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors make the paper difficult to read.
0.0 pts
0: No reflection paper provided.
15.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0
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