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113 resources with the concept hearing

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Study Jams! The Senses: Hearing

For Students 4th - 9th Standards
How does this sound? It's a rockin' video starring two teenage girls talking about music, hearing, and the ear. Listeners hear that the ear does not only gather sound waves, but also helps us maintain balance. They also will get an...
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How Loud Is Too Loud?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
How loud was that? Individuals build wheels displaying different sounds. Then, learners use the wheels to find the number of decibels the sound creates and how long they could withstand the sound before potential hearing damage.
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The Cochlea

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
With all its folds and inner workings, the ear is an extraordinary thing. Take a tour through the anatomy of the ear to get a glimpse of how all the parts works Learners watch as an animation demonstrates how humans hear. The...
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Ears and Hearing

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
One of the few body parts that self-cleans, ears contain three sections and many different parts. An interactive displays each section with a description of the importance of every part. Users discover how hearing and balance both rely...
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Assessing Human Hearing

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Young scientists explore hearing through multiple experiments, demonstrations, and activities. They focus on the changes in hearing over a lifetime, how we can determine where a sound is coming from, and the ability to filter noises.
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Artificial Hearing

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Your sense of hearing depends upon tiny hairs deep inside your ear and if you lose these hairs, you lose your hearing. Here, groups explore hearing through the decibel measurement of common sounds. As a class, participants discuss...
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Sensory System

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Humans can sense about 10,000 different odors. Young scientists explore how humans interpret the world around them using their senses. The instructor reminds learners of action potentials and the nervous system and then focuses on three...
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What's The Loudest Possible Sound?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
If a tree falls in the forest and no person is around, does it still make a sound? Students view a short video segment to determine sound and decibel levels of various objects, including the loudest and quietest possible sounds humans...
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How the Body Works: Ears

For Students 4th - 8th Standards
Hear ye, hear ye! Here is a video that comes with an article to read, an interactive quiz, hands-on activities, and worksheets, all about the ear! Chloe and the Nurb take viewers on a virtual tour of the ear, discussing its structure and...
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Your Five Senses

For Teachers K - 12th
Students identify the five senses. In this biology lesson, students participate in an experiment and use their five senses to identify various substances.
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The ea and ear sounds

For Students K - 1st Standards
Focus on the /ea/ and /ear/ sounds. Learners complete three sentences by adding the appropriate ea word from a word bank, re-writing each sentence. Then, they read an excerpt from Little Red Riding Hood and find all the words with...
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Body Parts Worksheet: Ears

For Teachers K - 1st
Hre is an ESL and printing practice worksheet. Learners trace six examples of the word "ear" before forming their own words on the primary lines. They color the pictures of the ears.
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"Sense" Scientist!

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
A lesson provides super scientists with a learning experience to better understand the body's five senses. A discussion familiarizes pupils with the sense of sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. A pairing activity challenges...
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For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Since light travels faster than sound, some people may appear bright until you hear them speak. The presentation covers what sound is, how fast it travels in various mediums, properties of sound, hearing, and the parts of the human ear.  
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Loud or soft?

For Students K - 3rd
Send this cute activity home with kids, to increase family involvement. They'll consider what would happen if rice was bounced in a tambourine, and then they'll complete a sound activity by makings an instrument out of wax paper and a...
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How Loud is Too Loud?

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students explore volume and hearing loss. In this hearing loss lesson, students participate in a WebQuest. During the WebQuest, students explore volume, pitch, and amplitude of sound waves. Students have differentiated activities for...
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Handwriting Practice: I Have Two Ears

For Students K - 1st
In this ESL and handwriting worksheet, students trace two examples of the sentence "I have two ears." Students use the blank primary lines to practice writing this sentence and then color the pictures.
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Write With All Your Senses

For Students 3rd - 8th
Get your budding authors to use all five senses as they describe scenes in their novels.  They read an example of both basic and sensory writing. Then, learners put their senses to the test by describing six familiar scenes through...
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For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Tell students to listen up and watch this video to help them practice being an effective listener in the classroom. Colorful animations provide students with key tips to start practicing.
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Market Research and Design: The Headphone Challenge

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Watch augmented reality bring classrooms to life. Scholars work in groups to design, build, and market a new pair of headphones meant for children under three. They use an augmented reality app to show their headphones in action as they...
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Can We Hear Shapes?

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
What do shapes sound like? Scholars learn about the frequencies of pure tones created by vibrations of shapes. The video first considers the case of string, then moves on to two dimensions. It touches upon Fourier series and a question...
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Why Do Things Sound Scary?

For Students 6th - 12th
Why do dissonant noise cause a physical reaction of fear in humans? The video explains why some things sound scary and how we evolved to be more afraid of sounds than sights. It details how people constantly live in the past and how this...
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My Body My Senses

For Teachers K - 5th
In a comprehensive unit of activities, learners explore the five senses. Youngsters discover the many different body parts and their functions that allow humans to have sense of sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing. The best way to...
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How We Hear

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Ironically, no sound it heard in this video, only computer animation and text. It details how sound waves travel into the ear canal and cause the eardrum to vibrate. The inner ear bones and cochlear hairs are shown in motion. This...