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Student: Complete Assignments: Medical Language Lab
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Complete Assignments

Access Exercises

Lessons contain five types of Exercises…Critical Listening, Response, Generation, Practice, and Review. To access an Exercise, click the Exercise link to begin working.

 

Don’t forget to review the Due Date for each Exercise. Work submitted after the due date will not be recorded in your Instructor’s Gradebook, unless they have opted to accept late submissions (see Late Submissions section).

 

 

After completing each Exercise, check the Exercise Status and Grade fields to confirm that your work has been submitted.

 

 

Exercise Types

 

Critical Listening

Listen to the Audio Recording to familiarize yourself with the content. Then, click the Continue to Questions button to answer the questions associated with the audio. After submitting, you will be able to review your results, replay the audio, view a transcript, or try again.

 

Multiple-choice questions will follow, based upon the audio prompt.

 

 

 

Response

Response Exercises are also based upon an audio prompt. Some Response Exercises, however, will require you to record your own voice as the submission. Listen to the Audio Recording (1) to familiarize yourself with the content. Then, click the Continue to Questions button (2) to answer the questions associated with the audio.

 

 

In the case of a Pronunciation Exercise, click the Record button and then read the statement precisely as written.

 

You will be scored automatically based upon how well you pronounce the statement. You can review your answer by clicking he Preview button. If you wish, you may re-record your answer, which will overwrite the original recording.

 

Once you are satisfied with your recording, click Submit. After submitting, you will be able to review your results, replay the audio, view a transcript, or try again. You will need either an internal or external microphone to complete these exercises. If you are asked to grant the system access, click Allow.

 

 

 

Generation

Generation Exercises are subjective and not graded by the system. Instead, they are are graded by your instructor. There are two types of Generation Exercises: Audio and Text.

 

Audio Generation

These exercises ask you to record yourself saying a sentence or two using the appropriate medical terminology. You will need either an internal or external microphone to complete these exercises. If you are asked to grant the system access, click Allow. 

 

Then, click the Record https://medicallanguagelab.fadavis.com/Content/images/recordIcon.png button (1). When finished speaking, click the https://medicallanguagelab.fadavis.com/Content/images/stopIcon.png button to stop recording.

Click Preview (2) to play back your recording, and submit (2) once completed. Or, to start over, click Reset.

 

Note: Smartphones generally do not support MLL’s Audio Generation activities. Please also avoid using Internet Explorer. Desktop and laptop computers with Mac OS or Windows 7,8,10 are generally supported, with Google Chrome being the recommended browser. Chromebooks are supported. iPads may be supported with the latest versions of iOS.

 

When recording your responses, note the visual cue below. If the sound waves are not appearing on your screen, your audio is not being captured and you may try a different device.

 

 

 

Text Generation

You are asked to write a sentence or two using medical terminology. Type in your answer and then click Submit.

 

Remember that Generation Exercises are not graded automatically, so you will not see a grade in your Gradebook for these exercises until your instructor has evaluated your submission and assigned a grade.

 

 

Practice

Practice activities are a collection of alternative exercises that allow for types of learning outside of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Some may be reported to the Gradebook, while others are not (such as Flash Cards, Crossword).

 

 

Review Assignments

Review Assignments contains the Module Test for each module, which is a comprehensive, ten question multiple-choice test.

 

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