Div C – High School
NC Essential Standards Alignment:
See the National Rules manual
Event Score Sheet:
National Event Page:
Something to writing instrument.
This event is usually done as stations that teams rotate through, though it can also be set up as a sit down test with more in depth case studies. Teams may be viewing any combination of models, pictures, diagrams/charts, or recorded/written descriptions. They will then be asked to answer questions (multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer, etc) related to the samples including but not limited to: basic anatomy identification, related diseases and conditions, making observations, inferences, predictions, calculations, analyses and conclusions. The topic for the 2019 tournament season is the structure and function of the Cardiovascular, Lymphatic, and Excretory systems.
Each team may bring one 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper that may contain information on both sides in any form and from any source along with two stand-alone non-programmable, non-graphing calculators.
High score wins. Predetermined questions and the quality of free-response answers will be used to break ties.
– The topics to be covered are clearly outlined in the official rules. Write these topics out and make notes as you study each area.
– For each area, make sure basic anatomy can be identified both in a diagram and on a model.
– Have a definitions page to study from for each topic area for tricky terms.
Anatomy and Physiology test from 2016
General Anatomy, covers all systems:
InnerBody interactive study tool will help ID parts and recommend resources for diseases and conditions
Interactive study tool from Healthline
Anatomy of the Human Body
AMA Atlas of the Body
Human Anatomy Online
HealthQuest.The Natural Science Center in Greensboro has a new permanent human body and health exhibit called HealthQuest!
A Map of the Cardiovascular System