Describe how the cerebellum might influence Zane’s ability to perform on his oboe during the performance evaluation.
The cerebellum is a part of our brain essential for involuntary, rapid, fine motor movement. In order to play his oboe, Zane’s cerebellum must be able to make his fingers play in a precise fashion. If Zane’s cerebellum for some reason was not functioning properly, his movements would be clumsy and he would not do well on his evaluation. Zane’s cerebellum is what will decide what notes to play and how.