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Orientational jeopardy

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Ok so this is my 3rd PPT of the series dedicated to the Human Anatomy. The humor is mine. So just change it to fit your needs. Hope this helps.

Ok so this is my 3rd PPT of the series dedicated to the Human Anatomy. The humor is mine. So just change it to fit your needs. Hope this helps.

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  • 1. Oh man not ANOTHER Powerpoint!!! ~Oh yes~ Get used to it
  • 2. Orientation Jeopardy Answers will only be received in question form : Question: Distal from your knee, inferior to your ankle. Example: “What is your foot?”
    • Rules for Bonus Questions:
    • Points are Doubled
    • If the team answering does NOT get it right, then the next team to answer correctly gets the points.
    • *Contestants have 30 seconds to answer*
  • 3. Lets Begin
  • 4. A synonym (a word with the same meaning) for Ventral What is Anterior? 1 Point
  • 5. An antonym (a word that has the opposite meaning) for Lateral What is Medial? 1 Point
  • 6. The wrist is located ____ from the hand? What is Proximal? 1 Point
  • 7. The toes are located ____ to the heel What is Anterior or Ventral? 1 Point
  • 8. Posterior to the throat What is the Spine or Back of the neck? 1 Point
  • 9. On the Face: Medial to the Eyes, Inferior to the Nose What is the Mouth or Chin? 2 Points
  • 10. Inferior to the chin, Lateral to the neck What is the Shoulder or Arm? 2 Points
  • 11. A synonym for Inferior What is Caudal? Bonus point: What does “Caudal” mean? What is Tail? 1 Point
  • 12. If I were ventral to the palm and medial to the pointer finger, what would I be? What is a Thumb print? 3 Points
  • 13. Proximal from the elbow but lateral from the neck What is the Shoulder? 2 Points
  • 14. The antonym of “Superficial” What is Deep? 1 Point
  • 15. The synonym of “Internal” What is Deep? 1 Point
  • 16. Distal from the pelvis, more proximal than the foot. Anterior region What is the Knee, Shin or Quadriceps? 3 Points
  • 17. Superficial to the heart, dorsal region What is the Back, Ribs or Skin? Bonus question: What is CAVITY is Dorsal and Medial to the chest? What is The Spinal Cavity? 2 Points
  • 18. If I were posterior from abdominal region and inferior to the pelvis, what would I be? What is the back of the leg? 2 Points
  • 19. Superior to the cranial cavity and superficial What is the Hair, Skin, or Skull? Bonus Question: At what age did Mr. Jackson change hands he uses to write with? What is Ten years old? 2 Points
  • 20. If I was Proximal than my foot, distal from knee and posterior on the body, what would I be? What is a Calf Muscle? 3 Points
  • 21. If I were leech attached to the medial, posterior region of the throat where would I be? What is the back of the neck? 2 Points
  • 22. The Achilles tendon is located____ on the leg. What is Dorsal and Distal? Bonus Question: What Body Cavity is Closest to the Achilles Tendon? What is the Pelvic Cavity? 2 Points
  • 23. Superficial to the skeleton, caudal, inferior to the back, but superior to the knee What is your Butt? 4 Points
  • 24. Professor Williams teaches what two classes? What is Human Anatomy and Physiology and AP Environmental Science 5 points

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