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Amygdala: Your brain’s Emotional Elephant Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy)
Frontal Lobes Reasoning that tempers emotions: “FREE-WON’T! Amygdala Emotions & Connects Brain with Senses: “FREE-WILL” The Tug-Of-War VS.
Who wins in a Tug-of-War with a 5-ton Elephant? Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy) Clip: Let’s see what happens in a far off island called Sri Lanka…..
When is it hard to control your emotions? Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy) Draw a cartoon Tug-Of-War: Rider loses! 3 frames Elephant “emotion” and Rider “brakes” are labeled Anonymous
Clip: Self- Control is Exhausting! Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy)
Trick #1: Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy) Ask for help when pulling on Elephant’s reins.
Find a partner. Together, discover facts you will use from today. Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy) REFLECTION:
THE BRAIN: Grow that self-control! Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy) Courtesy of Dr. Paul Dougherty, Stanford Institute for Reading & Learning.
Self Control & The Elephant: Grow that self-control! Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1593, Italy)
Today you will need: a double ten frame mat counters your math journal.
The Teenage Brain Ms. Kelly 7 th Grade Health. JOURNAL: Write about a time that you had to make a decision. Consider the following: – What was the scenario.
Today you will need: A pencil Your math journal A hundred’s chart
FIST TO FIVE: How much do you know? 1 – a couple things about the brain 2 – how the brain physically works 3 – functions of the left and right hemispheres.
Portraits Realistic vs. Abstract
Thalamus Relay Center.
Things Student Do in all Classes. respect see
EQ: What are the structures of the brain and what do they control? BR: Besides for “thinking” what types of things do you think your brain controls?
Theories of Emotion Unit 8B. Theories of emotions Emotion Emotion Emotion Physiological arousal Physiological arousal Expressive behavior Expressive behavior.
Why should they care?. A model for motivation Expectancy Your expectation about your ability to accomplish the task Am I capable and prepared to.
Year 9 Art ELO Fantasy Faces Name……………………………………… ………. Class /Lesson…………………………… Task 5 Team Worker Objective- Learn how to discuss ideas with others With.
Leaders in the Making Teamwork – Lesson 22 Disciplined.
10/30/14 BR- What are values? Today: Understanding Our Community Values (finish collaboration with 1 st period)
Controls all functions of the body THE BRAIN PARTS OF THE BRAIN Frontal Lobe: Planning Movement speech Pituitary Gland: Influences growth Temporal Lobe:
1.01 Understand interests, attitudes, and values.1 Exploring Career Decisions Unit A: Who Am I and What Can I Become? Objective 1.01 Understand interests,
Motivation Why should they care?. A model for motivation Expectancy ◦ Your expectation about your ability to accomplish the task ◦ Am I capable and prepared.
Lesson 21 Objective: Solve two step word problems involving all four operations and assess the reasonableness of answers.
Watch the following clip How is brain surgery different today different from brain surgery in the 1940’s? Why did the patient need to be awake?
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