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The Nervous System is a 39 slides power point presentation and 8 pages of students notes. This product go to help you to teach the main structure and function of the human Nervous System. By teaching, engaging and evaluating your students. this learning show contains 4 formative assessments, amazing visual, graphic organizers, the basic function and structure of the Nervous System, The story of Phineas Gage and Nervous Systems disorders. Ideal for middle school students.
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The Central Nervous System is:
Brain — coordinates all your body activities
Spinal Cord — extension of brain stem
Carries signals: brain and spinal nerves
Peripheral Nervous System is: All the rest of the nerves including:
Cranial nerves (nerves from brain)
Spinal nerves (spinal cord)
Sense Organs — sense information about environment, which is converted to impulses and sent to brain
Sight, hearing,
smell, taste and touch

Parts of the nervous system
The nervous system is made up of three main parts;
The brain
The spinal cord
Nerve fibres


-CNS – brain and spinal cord and Peripheral nervous system
-PNS – cranial and spinal nerves

Functions of Nervous System

Divisions of the Nervous System
Parts of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System versus Peripheral Nervous System
The Central Nervous System (CNS)
The Central Nervous System (CNS) consist of the Brain and the Spinal Cord.
The spinal cord carries messages from the body to the brain, where they are analyzed and interpreted. 
Response messages are then passed from the brain through the spinal cord and to the rest of the body.

The Brain
Brain
Brain Lobes
Frontal :Motor areas for voluntary body movements
Parietal: Somatosensory – interprets sensations
Temporal: Auditory – interprets sounds
Occipital: Interprets what a person sees
Cerebellum: Part of the brain that controls balance and body motion
Brainstem: Bundle of nerves at the base of the brain responsible for basic vital life functions such as breathing, heartbeat, and blood pressure.
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Teaching Duration
55 Minutes

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