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Business and Information Technology Education
Legal/Medical Terminology
This course will provide students with a foundation of legal and medical terminology.
Jaclyn Arnold
(405) 743-5419
Realtime Applications
-Demonstrate appropriate grammar and word usage.
-Demonstrate appropriate punctuation.
-Demonstrate appropriate number usage.
-Demonstrate appropriate capitalization.
-Demonstrate appropriate spelling.
-Demonstrate good composition and expression.

Legal Terminology
-Correctly spell, pronounce, and define legal terms related to the courts and legal system.

Medical Terminology
-Correctly spell, pronounce, and define general medical terms related to the medical field.
Required Brainbench Certifications (or equivalent industry certification):
-Editing and Proofreading
-Medical Terminology
eBook: Legal Terminology, Cengage Learning.
Essential Healthcare Terminology for English Language Learners, Paradigm.
Essentials of Medical Terminology, Cengage Learning.
Introduction to Medical Terminology, Cengage Learning.
Legal Studies: Terminology & Transcription, Cengage Learning.
Legal Terminology for Transcription and Court Reporting, Cengage Learning.
Legal Terminology with Flashcards, Cengage Learning.
Medical Language: Focus on Terminology, Cengage Learning.
Medical Terminology: A Short Course, Elsevier.
Mosby’s Medical Terminology Flash Cards, Elsevier.
Office Procedures for the Legal Professional (West Legal Studies Series), Judy A. Long, Cengage Learning.

Business Management and Administration Career Cluster:

Online: Resources by Subject:

Basic Worksheets on Style, Grammar, and Usage, McGraw-Hill
Gregg Reference Manual – Basic Worksheets, McGraw-Hill
Gregg Reference Manual, McGraw-Hill
Poorman’s Law Dictionary.
Taber Medical Dictionary
The Pocket Guide to Legal Writing, Cengage Learning.

Older Resources:
8,000 Soundalikes, Lookalikes and Other Words Often Confused, Gilman & Fitzhugh
Court Reporters Language Arts Workbook, Marcella Kocar
Grammar for Court Reporters, Irwin Weiss
One Word, Two Words, Hyphenated? by Mary Louise Gilman
Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Business Management & Administration Administrative Support Court Reporter
Business Management & Administration Administrative Support Scopist