Module 5 FRQ - The Cerebellum is the lower part of the...

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The Cerebellum is the lower part of the hindbrain that regulates all involuntary high-speed motor movement. It synchronizes voluntary movement that needs to happen in high-speed sequences and it stores learned reflexes and skills that enable them to become more automatic or less automatic. Since Tony is joining the dance program for the first time, he will be hearing the dance instructors talk about posture, balance, and muscle tone. Since his cerebellum regulates the majority of little muscles necessary, he notices he is able to sit/stand up straight. Depending on which genre he is taking, for instance, hip-hop, he may be able to synchronize his voluntary movements when dancing not perfectly. This is because it's his first time learning how to remember the dance moves, his speed of synchronizing the moves will probably be slow, but his cerebellum is what enables his performance to become more effective. Modeling, which is also referred to as observational learning or imitation, is how we learn new behavior by watching the activity of the model, the person who is doing the behavior. Modeling also has four elements: attention, memory, imitation, and desire. If Tony is able to pay attention to his dance instructors and particular

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