Reflection: Routines and Procedures Comparing the Male and Female Brain! - Section 3: Explore


As this exploration has many moving parts and several transparencies, it might be a little chaotic for students to reference or distinguish one from the next while working under a time frame. To alleviate this problem, I created an example of how their lab benches should look prior to starting the activity and had each student pair replicate it before beginning. Each area is labeled and bagged according to its corresponding section. This helped students tremendously to maintain the integrity of material for the next group of students who utilized the materials thereafter. 

  Routines and Procedures: Preparation is Key!
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Comparing the Male and Female Brain!

Unit 3: Brain Anatomy and Function
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: Students will interpret & analyze data in order to construct an argument that describes the influence of hormones on the brain's genetic and anatomical differences in males versus females.

Big Idea: Testosterone changes the landscape and activity of the human brain!

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