Thursday, 16 August 2018

My Writing, The Brain

The Brain

The brain is made up by two parts, the left and right hemisphere, even though there are many different
segments that grow bigger the more you learn.

The Brain takes up only 2% of the body’s weight and and the Cembreum is the heaviest segment in the brain, make 85% of its weight

Right now what you’re doing is controlled by the brain. Do you want to know more about it? Well here are some information about some different parts.

The Frontal Lobe
The Frontal Lobe is located in the forehead. It helps to choose between bad and good decisions, most of the Nerves are connected to it. It is made up from different parts, including the Motor Strip, which takes in Movement.

The Temporal Lobe
The Temporal Lobe mainly revolves around hearing and selective listening. It receives sensory information such as sounds and speech from the ears. It is also key to being able to comprehend, or understand meaningful speech.

The Nervous System                                                                                                                                                      
The Nervous System is made up of billions of nerve cells, called ‘Neurons’,  that join together to make nerves. An Adults brain holds about 100 billion Neurons and trillions of Glia cells. A glia cell carries out tools like transporting nutrients.


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  2. Hi Jessica
    I am Jonathan from Panmure bridge school it an amazing school to got to and I like that what you give information about the work that you have post on your blog .

  3. Hi Jessica,
    My name is Tiava and I attend Panmure Bridge School. I like how you are very informative with your writing. I remember doing something similar in my classroom. We were learning about the human body system. Keep up the great work!

    1. Hi Tiava
      It's great that we have done some similar work.
      'The Human Brain' was the topic of the term.


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