This is an editable Powerpoint designed to teach students the basic internal organs of a frog in preparation for a dissection. I took these dissection photos using a female specimen ordered from Carolina Biological Supply. The first half of the slideshow has labeled slides, and the second half has unlabeled slides so students can practice naming the organs. Each labeled slide has an arrow pointing to 1 organ and shows the name of that organ. Each unlabeled slide has an arrow pointing to 1 organ but the organ name is absent. I usually show my class the set of labeled slides two or three times, having the class say the organ names out loud. Then I move on to the unlabeled slides and have the class, as a group, name the organs. Once the students get pretty good, I shuffle the slides and scroll through them fast, seeing if my students can identify the organs quickly. They have a lot of fun with this.
There are 41 slides in all (19 labeled slides, 19 unlabeled slides, and 3 title slides) with 11 different dissection photos.
The organs presented are:
Capillaries in skin
Ovary with eggs
Liver (3 lobes)
This is not a complete list of frog organs/structures and external anatomy is not included, but the slideshow shows the main internal organs.