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  • 1. LESSON 2
  • 2. Lesson 2 GRADE 6
  • 3. - Get ¼ sheet of paper - Read and answer silently, write only the letter of your choice - write your name and today’s date
  • 4. Ready for the short Quiz! NOTE!  Every question is given 15 second brake…  Total number of items: 20 items
  • 5.  1. is the primary organ of the central nervous system contained within the skull. It receives and interprets countless signals.  A. Brain  B. Skull  C. Heart  D. Blood
  • 6.  2. controls and coordinates the activities of the whole nervous system.  A. CNS  B. PNS  C. Heart
  • 7.  3. the brain is divided into three parts EXCEPT.  A. Hypothalamus  B. Cerebrum  C. Cerebellum  D. Brain Stem
  • 8.  4. The forebrain is the largest part of the brain. It is responsible for the higher thought processes, such as memory, judgment, and reason.  A. Cerebrum  B. Cerebellum  C. Brain Stem  D. Medulla Oblongata
  • 9.  5. Is the part of the brain that connects with the spinal cord. It controls the involuntary activities.  A. brain stem  B. cerebellum  C. spinal cord  D. midbrain
  • 10.  6. is the lowermost portion of the brain. It is located just above the foramen magnum of the skull.  A. Medulla oblongata  B. pons  C. midbrain  D. spinal cord
  • 11.  7. prominent bulge in the brain stem below the midbrain and directly in front of the cerebellum.  A. pons  B. spinal cord  C. midbrain  D. brain
  • 12.  8. is the topmost structure of the brain stem. It contains major relay stations of neurons transmitting signals to the cerebral cortex, as well as many reflex centers.  A. midbrain  B. pons  C. cerebellum  D. hypothalamus
  • 13.  9. regulates homeostasis.  A. hypothalamus  B. thalamus  C. folia  D. brain
  • 14.  10 serves as a central relay point for incoming nervous messages.  A. thalamus  B. hypothalamus  C. lobe  D. cerebrum
  • 15. Items 11 – 20 identify what type of lobe is responsible for the following conditions a. frontal lobe b. parietal lobe c. temporal lobe d. temporal lobe
  • 16. 2 minutes a. frontal lobe b. parietal lobe c. temporal lobe d. temporal lobe  11. Swallowing 16. temperature  12. reasoning 17. processing language  13. emotions 18. hearing  14. problem solving 19. pain  15. speech 20. vision
  • 17. FINISH Give your papers to sir..
  • 18. Go back to your room