Frogs and humans share the same basic organs. Both have lungs, kidneys, a stomach, a heart, a brain, a liver, a spleen, a small intestine and a large intestine, a pancreas, a gall bladder, a urinary bladder and a ureter. Males and females of each species have testes and ovaries respectively. On the whole, their organ structure is similar. Grade 8 students learned to differentiate these different organs through dissecting a frog through authentic learning.