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Warm UP. What are the two main parts of the Nervous System? Which system controls VOLUNTARY actions? INVOLUNTARY? If I am looking at you all working hard on your warm up (  ) I am using which type of neuron…. THE BRAIN!. 3 Major Regions of the Brain. Hindbrain Cerebellum Medulla pons

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    1. Warm UP • What are the two main parts of the Nervous System? • Which system controls VOLUNTARY actions? INVOLUNTARY? • If I am looking at you all working hard on your warm up (  ) I am using which type of neuron….

    2. THE BRAIN!

    3. 3 Major Regions of the Brain • Hindbrain • Cerebellum • Medulla • pons • Midbrain • Forebrain • Thalamus • Hypothalamus • Limbic system • Cerebrum

    4. With your partner… • Read through pages 160-165( Stop at How Psychologists Study the Brain) • You are going to be taking notes of the different parts/functions of the brain. Organize these however you would like; outline format, chart, graphic organizer, etc. • *What you need to be looking for.. • Hindbrain (cerebellum, medulla, pons) • Midbrain • Forebrain (thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebral cortex, cerebrum, limbic system) • The Lobes of the Brain (functions/what happens when damanged) • Left/Right Brain • Split Brains

    5. Create the brain • Using the brain handout provided, label the different sections on the front and different lobes on the back • First-outline and label the three main sections • Then.. Color the structures different colors and create a key at the bottom to make it easy to understand • Include BRIEF (2-3 words) description of each section/lobe • These will be collected!