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Mon 9/19m & Tues 9/20. Objective: Students will explain the parts and functions of the nervous system, as well as the location and roles of the different parts of the brain. CBM Finish Neurotransmitter notes Video : Nervous System Notes: Nervous System 3. Video: The Behaving Brain

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mon 9 19m tues 9 20
Mon 9/19m & Tues 9/20
  • Objective: Students will explain the parts and functions of the nervous system, as well as the location and roles of the different parts of the brain.
  • CBM
  • Finish Neurotransmitter notes
  • Video: Nervous System
  • Notes: Nervous System

3. Video: The Behaving Brain

4. HW: Study for quiz: Neurons, Neurotransmitters and Nervous Syste; Read – pg 72 -83

slide3

Nervous System

Peripheral

Central

(Brain & Spinal Cord)

Autonomic

Somatic

Sympathetic

(Activating)

Parasympathetic

(Calming)

nervous syste m
Nervous System
  • Nerves
    • neural “cables” containing many axons
    • part of the peripheral nervous system
    • connect the CNS with muscles, glands, and sense organs
  • Sensory Neurons
    • neurons that carry incoming information from the sense receptors to the CNS
slide6

Brain

Sensory neuron

(incoming information)

Interneuron

Motor neuron

(outgoing

information)

Muscle

Spinal cord

Skin

receptors

Reflexes

the nervous system

Neurons in the brain

connect with one

another to form networks

Inputs

Outputs

The brain learns by modifying

certain connections in

response to feedback

The Nervous System
  • Neural Networks
    • interconnected neural cells
video the behaving brain
Video: The Behaving Brain
  • http://www.learner.org/discoveringpsychology/03/e03expand.html?pop=yes&pid=1525#
  • Explain the following parts while watching video:
  • - Brain Stem
  •   - Cerebellum
  • - Limbic System
  • - Amygdala
  •   - Hippocampus
  •   - Hypothalamus
  •   - Thalamus
  •   - Cerebrum
  • - Cerebral Hemispheres
  •   - Corpus Callosum
  •   - Cortex
  • Explain an EEG and how it works
homework
Homework

Read – pg 72 -83; work on vocab

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