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Tues Sept 27 and Wed Sept 28 Cerebral Dominance, Split Brain. Objective: Students will explain the parts and roles of the endocrine system, genetic issues, and the different hemispheres. CBM Cerebrum/Hemispheres/Lobes Notes: Endocrine System Exit ticket

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tues sept 27 and wed sept 28 cerebral dominance split brain
Tues Sept 27 and Wed Sept 28Cerebral Dominance, Split Brain
  • Objective: Students will explain the parts and roles of the endocrine system, genetic issues, and the different hemispheres.
  • CBM
  • Cerebrum/Hemispheres/Lobes
  • Notes: Endocrine System
  • Exit ticket
  • Finish Reading Ch. 2; vocab cards due on day of test
  • Test: A-Day Monday Oct 3; B-Day Tuesday Oct 4
brain regions
Brain Regions
  • Hindbrain
    • Coordinates motor activity, posture, equilibrium and sleep patterns and regulate breathing and blood circulation.
  • Midbrain
    • Controls sensory processes
  • Forebrain
    • Controls cognitive, sensory and motor function, and regulate temperature, reproductive functions, eating, sleeping and the display of emotions.
cerebrum
Cerebrum
  • Divided into hemispheres
  • Specific strengths/weaknesses
  • Work together to communicate
  • Corpus Callosum
  • Cerebral cortex
hemispheres
Hemispheres

LEFT

RIGHT

Controls left side of body

Visual

Random

Creative

Patterns

Intuitive

Summarizing

Big picture

Music & shapes

Simple commands

Emotions

  • Controls right side of body
  • Verbal
  • Sequential
  • Logical problem solving
  • Analytical
  • Factual
  • Abstract
  • Outlining
  • Details
  • Comprehending speech & writing
cerebrum1
Cerebrum

Split Brain Operations http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMLzP1VCANo&feature=related

Do the hemisphere have to be connected for a person to function?

How did this operation affect the person?

What would be the pros & cons of having this surgery done?

  • Plasticity
    • http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=1575

What does this show us about the brain?

lobes
Lobes
  • Frontal
    • Motor Cortex
    • Broca’s area
    • http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=1592
  • Parietal
    • Somatosensory Cortex
  • Temporal
    • Auditory Cortex
    • Wernicke’s area
  • Occipital
    • Visual Cortex
endocrine system
Endocrine System
  • Connected with nervous system

(brain pituitary other glands hormones brain)

  • Send messages throughout the body via hormones
  • Hormones & Neurotransmitters
glands
Glands
  • Secrete hormones
  • Important glands:
    • Pituitary
    • Adrenal
    • Pineal
    • Thyroid
    • Islets of Langerhans
    • Gonads
  • Gland Issues
    • Dwarfism/Giantism
    • Various adrenal diseases
    • Hypothyroidism/Hyperthyroidism
    • Diabetes
    • Sex characteristics
exit ticket
Exit Ticket

Based on today’s information, answer the following questions.

  • What area of the brain being injured would have the greatest impact? Why?
  • If there was an experimental treatment to that might help you recover from the injury, would you be willing to try it? Why/why not?