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  • 1. Basic list of supplies needed to get started on a notebooking project:  Paper and/or Templates  Pencil and/or Pen and Colored pencils and/or Crayons  Hole punch  Binder  Sheet protectors Additional supplies you may want to have on hand:  Colored paper  Heavy-weight papers (or) card stock  Construction paper  Scissors  Chalks  Markers  Paints  Glue (and/or) tape  Border Stencils  Lettering Stencils
  • 2. Good Fair Poor Title Topic/Purpose Content/Key points Understanding Facts and details Sources (If applicable) Presentaon/neatness Organizaon Personal Reecons Timeliness Completed on me Evaluation of a Notebooking Project. Both teacher and student should evaluate the work. Evaluations should be based on the grade level of the student and agreed upon prior to the beginning of each project. The below table is an “example” of the different aspects that can be included in an evaluation. Again, base the expectations of what is required and not required on grade level and ability. Not every notebooking project will (or should) require the same type/amount of evaluation.
  • 3. Teacher directed assignments: Due by:
  • 4. Student Name: __________________________________ Date Completed: ________________________________ Purpose of this Notebooking Project: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________
  • 5. Table of Contents:
  • 6. Table of Contents:
  • 7. cerebellum medulla hypothalamus amygdale cerebrum frontal lobe parietal lobe occipital lobe temporal lobe CNS (Central Nervous System) PNS (Peripheral Nervous Sys- tem) SNS (Somatic Nervous System) sensory/afferent motor/efferent sympathetic parasympathetic neuroglia neuron axon Axon hillock myelin sheath synapse neurotransmitters Unit Related Vocabulary grey matter spinal cord nerves ventricles cerebrospinal fluid cranial nerves spinal nerves cerebral cortex brainstem pons cerebral hemispheres Broca‟s area Wernicke‟s Area sensory neurons interneurons motor neurons action potential Corpus callosum Dendrite Glial cells Hippocampus Basal ganglia Medulla Oblongata/ Olfactory bulb Pituitary gland gyrus sulcus thalamus visual cortex white matter
  • 8. Project KWL What I know (before I begin) about the topic(s)... What I want to learn during the process of completing this project... (After completing the project) What I‟ve learned...
  • 9. Term: Definition: Term: Definition: Term: Definition: Term: Definition:
  • 10. Reference(s) can be recorded and numbered here. Then referred to throughout the project. Reference: # ___ Reference: # ___ Reference: # ___ Reference: # ___
  • 11. The Nervous System... Reference(s): # ___________
  • 12. Reference(s): # ___________
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  • 14. The Nervous System... Reference(s): # ___________
  • 15. Venn Diagram: Central and Peripheral nervous systems Central Peripheral Reference(s): # ___________
  • 16. Part of nervous system CNS or PNS? Brain Autonomic nervous system Spinal nerves Spinal cord Cranial nerves Central and Peripheral Nervous System Reference(s): # ________
  • 17. Draw and Label: Nervous System
  • 18. The Brain Reference(s): # ___________
  • 19. The Brain Reference(s): # ___________
  • 20. The Brain Reference(s): # ___________
  • 21. TheBrain Reference(s): #___________
  • 22. Reference(s): # ___________
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  • 27. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 28. Term Describe... Hypothalamus Medulla oblongata Cerebellum Cerebral hemispheres Meninges Pituitary Cerebrospinal uid Grey matter White matter Ventricles Sulcus Carotid artery Structures of the Brain and Related Terms
  • 29. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 30. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 31. Draw and Label: The Brain
  • 32. Description Part of the nervous system Part of the nervous system that is composed of the brain and the spinal cord. Part of the nervous system that is composed of the cranial and spinal nerves. The part of the peripheral nervous system that regulates the activity of the heart and smooth muscle. The part of the autonomic nervous system that increases heart and respiratory rates, increases blood ow to the skeletal muscles and dilates the pupils of the eye. The part of the autonomic nervous system that increases gut activity and decreases heart and respiratory rates. Matching Parts of the Nervous System Use each only one time: Autonomic nervous system , Central nervous system , Sympathetic nervous system , Parasympathetic nervous system, Peripheral nervous system
  • 33. Reference(s): # ___________ Functions of the Nervous System
  • 34. Functions of the Nervous System (cont.)
  • 35. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 36. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 37. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 38. Draw and Label: Neuron
  • 39. Reference(s): # ___________
  • 40. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Reference(s): # ___________
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  • 46. Draw and Label: _____________________
  • 47. Reference(s): # ___________ Disorders of the Nervous System...
  • 48. Reference(s): # ___________ Careers related to the Human Nervous System...
  • 49. Reference(s): # ___________ Careers related to the Human Nervous System...
  • 50. Part of nervous system CNS or PNS Brain CNS Autonomic nervous system PNS Spinal nerves PNS Spinal cord CNS Cranial nerves PNS Answer Keys Term Description Hypothalamus Controls water balance and body temperature. Medulla ob- longata Where the respiratory rate is controlled. Cerebellum Where posture, balance and voluntary muscle move- ments are controlled. Cerebral hem- Contains centers governing mental activity, including Meninges The tough fibrous envelope enclosing the brain and spi- nal cord. Pituitary The “master” gland of the endocrine system. Cerebrospinal fluid The fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. Grey matter Composed of cell bodies and nuclei. White matter Composed of axons. Ventricles Spaces in the brain filled with cerebral spinal fluid. Sulcus A fold in the cerebral cortex. Carotid artery The artery that supplies the brain with oxygenated blood.
  • 51. Description Part of the nervous system Part of the nervous system that is composed of the brain and the spinal cord. Central nervous sys- tem Part of the nervous system that is composed of the cranial and spinal nerves. Peripheral nervous system The part of the peripheral nervous system that regulates the activity of the heart and smooth muscle. Autonomic nervous system The part of the autonomic nervous system that increases heart and respiratory rates, increases blood ow to the skeletal muscles and dilates the pupils of the eye. Sympathetic nervous system The part of the autonomic nervous system that increases gut activity and decreases heart and respiratory rates. Parasympathetic nerv- ous system