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The differences of right brain dominate people and left brain dominate people.

Your brain has two main parts, and one or the other may be more dominate. Along with having Right brain or left brain dominance comes with completly different personality traits.
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Audrey Ttocs

on 20 May 2010

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Transcript of The differences of right brain dominate people and left brain dominate people.

The differences between
Right Brain dominate people
and Left Brain dominate people.
The brain has two main parts. The right side, and the left.
Although one side may be more dominate. For most people the Left
Side of their brain may be more influential over the right. Now here is the list of the traits one may
have, depending on their brain dominance.

Responds to verbal instructions
Problem solves by logically and sequentially looking at the parts of things
Looks at differences
Is planned and structured
Prefers established, certain information
Prefers talking and writing
Prefers multiple choice tests
Controls feelings
Prefers ranked authority structures
Responds to demonstrated instructions
Problem solves with hunches, looking for patterns and configurations
Looks at similarities
Is fluid and spontaneous
Prefers elusive, uncertain information
Prefers drawing and manipulating objects
Prefers open ended questions
Free with feelings
Prefers collegial authority structures Our Brain, like the rest of our body is made up of two halves, a left brain and a right brain. There are two distinct and separate parts. Well almost separate theyare conected by a thick cable of nerves called the Corpus Collosum. Most individuals have a distinct preference for one of these styles of thinking. Some, however, are more whole-brained and equally adept at both modes. In general, schools tend to favor left-brain modes of thinking, while downplaying the right-brain ones. Left-brain scholastic subjects focus on logical thinking, analysis, and accuracy. Right-brained subjects, on the other hand, focus on aesthetics, feeling, and creativity.
These are some ways to help school adapt to
both sides of the brain to creat a " Whole brained" school.... Curriculum -In order to be more “whole-brained" schools need to give equal weight to the arts, creativity, and the skills of imagination and synthesis.For example, making better art programs.
Instruction- Teacher's instruction techniques should connect
with both sides of the brain. They should increase students' right
side learning by incorporating more visual and hands-on activities.Patterning, metaphores, analogies, roleplaying, visuals, and movement are all good examples for a better learning process for students with a right dominate brain. Assesment For a more accurate whole-brained evaluation,
educators should create tests that will challenge
what our brain focuses more intensly on. That way,
teachers will be able to better understand our
real brain capasity. Now here is a cool trick, this exercise will confuse your brain. Try and say the colors fast. Why this confuses the brain. The two sides of the brain not only see in vastly different ways
but in our current society, the left side just "doesn't get"
what the right side is all about.Sometimes, two sides can actually disagree
(like in the activity before) resulting in our perception of emotional turmoil from the expressive protests of right brain.
Your brain's anatomy! Actually, your
brain looks like an English walnut with the
shell removed. It has a deeply wrinkled
surface with a clearly marked fold that divides
it into a left and a right half. There are many quizes and tests online. They may not be
completly accurate, but it's a fun topic to explore! Taks-like questions, try and answer these on a piece of paper. 1) Some on who is right brain dominate is all of these but...
a)Random
b)Intuitive
c)Analylical
d)Subjective 2)Most schools focus on _____ dominate people
a) Left brain
b) Left hand
c) Right hand
d) Right brain 3)The left side of our body is wired to the _______
of our bain, and vice versa.
a) Left side
b) Right side
c) Corpus collosum
d) Right side 4)Which of these will not help increase the ability of the right brain?
a) More/ better organized art programs.
b) Longer multiple choice tests.
c) Free writing
d) Movement in reading. 5)Someone that is left brain dominate is all of these but...
a) Logical
b) Looks at wholes
c) Objective
d) Sequential Key! 1)C
2)A
3)D
4)B
5)B Now for some vocabulary! Corpus Collosum: The two sides of the brain are connected by a thick
cable of nerves,, this sole link bewtween the giant processor is called
the Corpus Collosum. Emotional turmoil: When a person's mind feels angst, or confustion. Cerebral hemispheres: The two specialized halves of the brain. ( left and right). Holistic Functioning: processing multi-sensory input simultaneously to provide "holistic" picture of one's environment. Cerebral Cortex:The outermost layer of the cerebral hemisphere which is composed of gray matter. Cortices are asymmetrical. Both hemispheres are able to analyze sensory data, perform memory functions, learn new information, form thoughts and make decisions.

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