Dissections of some staple organisms and a few surface-level introductions to basic systems, especially for the invertebrates. This is something that a first-year biology student in university might use to aid with their first dissections.
While studying invertebrates, students are asked to learn different digestive systems and to compare across phylums.
This is the first dissection, but it is a very thorough demo and a simple dissection, so there is no dedicated walk-through for the students provided in this presentation.
The students are beginning to be introduced to synapomorphies by this time.
This is where the students start more complicated dissections. Shown are both male and female reproductive organs, separate from the organism. This slide is accompanied by a written walk through.
From here on out, the text is in a written walk through next to/below the slide. The students have a printed out packet with a top image and a walk through below, and the instructor has large images to share.
When the students are dissecting the three vertebrates, they focus on comparing circulatory systems and the chambers of the hearts.