Ear anatomy - Human
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Learn name and location of all the human ear parts in this anatomy game.
Instructions for Ear anatomy - Human
Ear is the term used medically for the entire organ which also contains middle ear and inner ear, but in everyday language one usually talks about the visible part of the outer ear when saying "ear".
In this ear game you will learn these concepts:
Auricle, External auditory canal, tympanic membrane, tympanic cavity, round window, eustachian tube, cochlea, cochlear nerve, vestibular nerve, semicircular canals, stapes, incus, malleus, outer ear, middle ear, inner ear.
Level 1 to 2Image markups - At each level, you can see a picture with up to 10 questions. Each question should be answered by selecting the correct dot in the image. Only one of the dots is correct. It is for you to find the right dot in the picture. If your guess is wrong, you may try again, but you will not get any knowledge points for that round.
Level 3Multiple choice - On each level you will get up to ten questions with or without images, video and audio tracks. For each question you will get two or three possible answers. Only one of these is correct. It's up to you to find the right answer. If you guess incorrectly, you may try again, but you will not get any knowledge points for that round.
Level 4Letter grid - At each level, you get up to ten words to find on a board consisting of letters in a grid. You'll click and drag with the mouse or use your finger and swipe until the sought word is found. You may find words in any order you want. Once you find all the words you get a knowledge point. If you get stuck, you may click on the Give up button. The game creator has chosen how the words should be placed on the board, which can be readable words, one line words, curved words or unreadable words. In addition, the game creator may have chosen that the list with the requested words should have shuffled letters. Then you should start by identifying the correct word, which you then should mark on the board as described above. Sometimes clues are shown instead of the words in the list and sometimes there's only masked letters in the list.
Level 5Memory - Find the two cards that belongs to each other. Sometimes it's the same card and sometimes there are different cards that belong together, which depends on how this memory was created. The game is finished when all card pairs have been found and the memory has no more cards left.
Level 6Questions with text answers - On each level you will get up to ten questions with or without images, videos and audio files. You must type the correct answer by yourself. If you make a mistake, you get to try again until you find the searched word or phrase. Once you figure out the correct answer, you will get knowledge points. If you're having trouble figuring out the correct answer, you can click on the button labelled 'Give Up'. It will reveal the correct answer, but you will not get any knowledge points for that round.
The game creator may have allowed you to get feedback on your typing. If so, the textbox, where you type your answer, will turn red or green as you type. The game creator has also decided if the answer is case sensitive, ie if it is important that you type in correct case. Both of these settings may vary between the levels, which you'll be noticed of when you play a level. You may misspell a maximum of three times per question. On your fourth misspelling, the question will be classified as incorrectly answered.