LUNES, 25 DE MAYO 2015

EL PRÓXIMO MARTES DÍA 2 DE JUNIO SE REALIZARÁN LAS FOTOS PARA LA ORLA .
* LOS NIÑOS/AS DEBEN TRAER ESE DÍA CAMISETA O CAMISA BLANCA.

MATEMÁTICAS:
- Página 198 copiar la teoría.
- Página 198 ejercicios 1 y 2.

LENGUA:
- Copiar teoría de la página 206.
- Página 207 ejercicio 21.
*Es muy importante consultar las fotocopias de teoría que se han dado para estas dos unidades. 


  • Describe the cerebrum.
  • What is the importance of the cerebellum?
  • How does the cerebrum transmit information?
      
    16. True / False. The cerebrum
      Are these sentences true or false?
      • The cerebrum is the most important nervous centre in our body. It contains nearly one million neurons.
      • The outer surface, which is 1.5 to 4 millimetres thick, is called the cerebellum.
      • The cerebral cortex controls functions like speech and voluntary actions.
      • Each lobe in the cerebral cortex has different functions.
      • All voluntary actions and emotions originate in the cerebrum.  


        17. Choose. The cerebral cortex
        What are the four regions of the cerebral cortex called?
        neurons
        cords
        occipitals
        lobes
        parietals

       18. True / False. The cerebellum
      Are these sentences true or false?
      • The cerebellum contains around 1.5 billion interneurons.
      • The cerebrum helps us to maintain our balance.
      • The cerebellum helps us to maintain our balance and produce precise and coordinated movements.
      • Without a cerebellum, our movements would be uncoordinated like those of a robot.
      • The cerebellum is located at the top of the brain stem.
          
        19. Complete. The brain stem and the spinal cord
          Complete this text with the correct words:
          The cerebrum receives information from the nerves via the brain and the spinal . The cerebrum sends to the motor via the same organs. There are also nerve in the brain stem and spinal cord that produce simple involuntary like actions. For example, the brain stem controls the automatic movements of the muscles and regulates our heartbeat.

DEFINITIONS

Match the definitions to the terms:
  • Another word for nerve cells: NEURON
  • Each neuron has many short nerve extensions:DENDRITES
  • One long nerve extension which connects one neuron to another: AXON
  • A signal that is very similar to a very weak electrical current:NERVE SIGNAL
  • The neurons transmit these via the nerve extensions using a signal that is similar to a weak electrical current.MESSAGES