After my students learn their anatomical terms (superior, inferior, etc), I show them the work of prior students (for example, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAz1kqESuEw&index=7&list=LL-RUxFRJtnR7alxrU4CCZww) and have them create a video of their own.
The project requires students to record 10 anatomical directions in a creative way. They use a video camera (or even a cell phone!), create a video, upload it to YouTube, and email me the link. I watch and grade the videos (using the attached rubric), and then share the all the videos with the class when I am done grading them. You could even have students grade the work of each other and watch for errors- it helps them learn the terms even more.
On the rubric, I grade students based on correct submission of the video, quality of the video, and correct use of the anatomical terms (arrow in the correct direction, words spelled correctly, and "other"- for those times when a point needs to be taken off for some error/reason not listed on the rubric). A point is also given for turning in a rubric with their submission (to save paper), making the project an even 40 points.
I usually give the kids 1-2 work days in class, but make the project due a week after it is assigned. That way, if they are not done in class, they get more time to do it on their own (especially if they don't have a computer or a good editing program at home).