Brain Functions Graphic Organizer
Children and adults alike enjoy understanding their understanding. In other words, we must know why we say WHAT we say. For instance, did you know that amygdala is Greek for “almond?” And thalamus is Greek for “chamber?”
Therefore, developing your own etymological index will help immensely in your understanding of the encephalon’s anatomy and physiology. In the Required Studies Section be sure to read:
All Children Can Learn Power Point
The Brain Labeled and Physiology HTML
For this assignment, you will complete a graphic organizer as you explore the anatomy of the brain. The organizer helps you better understand these structures. You must identify, explain and define the following structures, particularly as they are involved in learning (definitions can be found in the glossary of your textbook):
Prefrontal Cortex (or Frontal Lobe)
Use the graphic organizer template in the Required Studies Section to complete this assignment.