Use this interactive to label different parts of the human eye. Drag and drop the text labels onto the boxes next to the diagram. Selecting or hovering over a box will highlight each area in the diagram.
The human eye has several structures that enable entering light energy to be converted to electrochemical energy. This stimulates the visual centres in the brain, giving us the sensation of seeing.
In this interactive, you can label parts of the human eye. Use your mouse or finger to hover over a box to highlight the part to be named. Drag and drop the text labels onto the boxes next to the eye diagram
If you want to redo an answer, click on the box and the answer will go back to the top so you can move it to another box. If you want to check your answers, use the ‘Reset incorrect’ button. This will reset incorrect answers only. When you are happy with your selection, use the ‘Check answers’ button to check them. Use ‘Reset all’ to practise again from the start. Selecting or hovering over a box will highlight each area in the diagram.
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See the Labelling the eye activity for additional support in using this interactive.
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