Interactive powerpoint presentation: brain structure and functionPosted on January 3rd, 2011 4 comments
This powerpoint presentation is designed for A2 Biology and matches the Edexcel course as it includes sections on brain imaging technology. However it is fairly standard so would suit all exam boards. A key feature of this presentation is that it has interactive drag and drop exercises so gets the students up to the white board. It also has lots of links to relevant short videos and websites. It also includes a mini quiz to help revise the structure and functions of parts of the brain, students can just write their one word answers on scrap paper. I have also included worksheets to fill in during the presentation and some notes pages in case students are absent etc. Note: if you want to incorporate the drag and drop exercises into your own presentation you will have to modify this presentation and add your own stuff to it, the slides will not copy and paste into other presentations without the drag and drop macro.
WORKSHEETS: The brain
NOTE SHEETS: Structure and function of the brain notesA Level, A2 Level, Edexcel, Multimedia teaching, Powerpoint resources, Worksheets A Level, A2 Level, Powerpoint presentation, Worksheets
4 responses to “Interactive powerpoint presentation: brain structure and function”
madhu March 7th, 2011 at 21:07
excellent presentations…… haven’t viewed all.Thanks
Claire February 19th, 2012 at 11:25
Once again, excellent presentations and worksheets – a God send for assisting with all my planning and prep time.
The students have already used the Brain Structure & Function worksheet and found it very useful to summarise all the parts.
I’m not able to drag anything (I’m using Powerpoint from Office for Mac 2011). Any ideas? Thank you!
Ah, not sure about Mac I am afraid. You need to lower the security for any macros..so perhaps google help for that. Sorry I can’t be of more help.
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