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Anatomy ± Physiology. Minnesota Science Olympiad States 2011. Plan for today. Overview of event format (B & C) scientific content (B & C) Your event coordinator’s perspective (C only) Review of resources Questions. Event format (B & C). Written exam, up to 2 students, 50 minutes

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anatomy physiology

Anatomy ± Physiology

Minnesota Science Olympiad

States 2011

plan for today
Plan for today
  • Overview of
      • event format (B & C)
      • scientific content (B & C)
  • Your event coordinator’s perspective (C only)
  • Review of resources
  • Questions
event format b c
Event format (B & C)
  • Written exam, up to 2 students, 50 minutes
      • Optional: non-programmable / non-graphing calculator
      • Optional: One sheet of notes (two sides, any content)
  • May include:
      • Timed stations
      • Written test
      • Powerpoint slides
      • Anatomical specimens
      • etc
  • Scoring by total number of points
content b c
Content (B & C)
  • Organ systems:
      • B: muscular, respiratory
      • C: muscular, respiratory, endocrine
  • For each organ system:
      • B: basic normal anatomy
      • C: basic normal anatomy & physiology
      • Effects of certain disease states and aging
      • Note especially areas listed specifically in the rules
  • Also certain general scientific skills:
      • Including data collection, making observations, calculations, inferences, predictions, analyses, conclusions
content b c6

Content (B & C)

See slides from national event supervisor

Note that I’ve combined two separate slide sets and therefore some slides are marked “C only”

dr jeff s perspective c only
Dr Jeff’s perspective (C only)
  • Format
      • Almost all multiple choice / matching / short answer
      • A few more complex (often based on graphs / figures)
      • Points per question varying by difficulty (will be listed on test)
      • Some powerpoint but probably no stations / specimens
  • Content
      • Focus on clinically relevant aspects (and application not memorization)
      • Will try to ask at least a little about each item specified in the rules so no one feels time spent studying that item has been wasted
        • This includes the scientific skills (data collection, inference, etc)
      • Majority of questions will be general/adult, but definitely will be some pediatrics in areas covered by the rules (especially those where it is educational to contrast adult and pediatric aspects)
  • Plan on a challenge
      • I know how smart Science Olympiad students are (ties!)
      • Only number of points matters, not percent correct
resources

Resources

http://soinc.org/anatomy_b

http://soinc.org/anatomy_physiology_c