Name __________________________________________________ Period __________ Swim Cap Brain Labeling Activity Honors Anatomy and Physiology 76 Points Directions: In this activity, you and a partner will use a swim cap to label the major areas of the brain. Note: Write small and neatly to ensure you have enough room for all labels! Also, do your best to draw the various areas of the brain in the correct proportions. Using Figure 8-19 on pp. 271, label the following: 1) Longitudinal fissure 2) Central sulcus 3) Frontal lobe 4) Lateral cerebral sulcus 5) Temporal lobe 6) Occipital lobe 7) Parietal lobe 8) Cerebellum 9) Precentral gyrus (primary motor cortex) 10) Premotor cortex (somatic motor association area) 11) Broca area (speech center) - left hemisphere 12) Postcentral gyrus (primary sensory cortex) 13) Somatic sensory association area 14) Auditory cortex 15) Auditory association area 16) Wernicke’s area (general interpretive center) -left hemisphere 17) Visual association area 18) Visual cortex In addition, define/describe each of the above areas on a separate sheet of paper. Label (on the frontal lobe) the right hemisphere as the “representational” hemisphere. This hemisphere controls artistic, musical, and creative types of thought. Label the left hemisphere the “categorical” hemisphere. This hemisphere is more concerned with mathematical skill, reasoning, and problem solving. P.S. Just because they are swim caps does not imply that you should get your head wet….do I really need to say this???