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This guide will help you better understand the function of the brain and the nervous system.
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Brain Report Assignment

This is the culminating project for our brain unit.  You have spent a lot of time learning about the brain and now is the time to put everything together.  You will use your notes, handouts, and assessments to help you write your report.  You are able to use the computers at lunch or recess or schedule a time before school to work.  When you turn in your final copy you must also turn in you RAFT,  four plus three square, rough draft, and revisions.  Class time will be alloted for these activities so that I can provide help, but if you are absent you will have to complete them on your own time.  Your final copy may be typed or handwritten. E-mailed papers must be printed out before the deadline so plan accordingly.  Remember deadlines are always closer than they appear. The sample papers we shared in class are available for you to review.  I am looking forward to reading your papers.

 

Report Information

Here is the information that you need to include in your report:

Paragraph 1   This is your WOW intro and should be 2-3 sentences in length.

Paragraph 2   A description of the brain:  size, weight, parts, etc.

Paragraph 3   The four types of memory:  long-term, short-term, eidetic, ancestral

Paragraph 4   Brain damage information

Paragraph 5   Four more interesting facts about the brain

Paragraph 6   A summary of the assessments that we did in class.  What did you learn about you?

Paragraph 7  A great conclusion-wrap in up, restate the topic and the main ideas.

 

Vocabulary

Your report must include the following vocabulary words.
They must be used correctly in your report.

    • lobe 
    • ancestral              
    • short-term                             
    • hemisphere                           
    • brain stem                             
    • eidetic                                 
    • cortex 
    • cerebellum
    • kinesthetic
    • temporal
    • cerebrum
    • visual
    • frontal
    • long-term
    • verbal                            

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