Published on September 20th, 2013 | by What2Learn0
The human skeletal system – GCSE quiz
What is the function of the human skeletal systyem? How does it help with movement, support and protection? Can you name the different parts of the skeletal system?
The above questions are all important things to be able to answer if you are studying GCSE PE or various Science courses. For example, AQA’s GCSE Additional Applied Science (for first examination in 2013) requires student to be able to answer the above questions as part of ‘188.8.131.52 Injuries to the human body’.
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Now test yourself by answering the following questions:
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
What is the knee cap also known as?
What is the shoulder blade also known as?
Where in the body would you find the calcaneous?
Can you name the bones in the arm?
Which bones articulate at the elbow joint?
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