Fundamentals of Forensic Anthropology
with Dr. Albert
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Learning Bones III: Online Supplement
For this topic, similar to Learning Bones II, use your Burns text to learn the names and location and articulations (what bones connect with each other), and some general features (parts of bones with distinct names), of the bones listed below. The hyperlink takes you to a set of questions to answer--for self-assessment and practice-- related to the bones and terms of direction (from Learning Bones I).
As a supplement to your text, check out Google, for websites with osteology information for you to learn bones from and practice with; try Google images as well.
Practice Worksheet: Clavicle, scapula, innominate, patella
Practice Worksheet: Vertebrae & coccyx, sternum & ribs
Answers to the practice worksheets are provided via links from those pages.