After Jeremy finishes eating it's time for recess. He is running around and playing basketball with his friends. As he is throwing the ball and running around his cerebellum allows him to do this.
Your corpus callosum is what connects the two sides of your brain, without this Jeremy wouldn't be able to dribble or throw the basketball.
In Spanish class they're learning how to say different foods in Spanish. The Spanish teacher is showing them flashcards with pictures of different foods. The kids will need to identify the food in Spanish. The teacher shows them a picture of an apple. Jeremy's occipital lobe allows him to see that it is an apple.
Jeremy can’t remember that the Spanish word for apple is. Next to him he hears a kid say, “Manzana!” Now Jeremy remembers! His temporal lobe is what helps him understand what he has heard.