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Himmel und Hölle-Spiel - Programmieren mit Makey Makey und Scratch

Die Schülerinnen und Schüler falten ein Himmel & Hölle- Spiel und programmieren entsprechende Soundeffekte und Animationen.


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Bezirksjugendring Oberpfalz des Bayerischen Jugendrings, KdöR

Geräuschesammler

Herzlich Willkommen auf der Geräuscheplattform des Bezirksjugendrings Oberpfalz! Hier findest du Geräusche, die Kinder und Jugendliche aus der Oberpfalz aufgenommen haben. Du darfst alle Geräusche kostenlos verwenden (siehe CC-Lizenz - Namensnennung-nicht-kommerziell). Die Geräuschsammlung umfasst unter anderem Alltagsgeräusche, Bürogeräusche, Naturgeräusche und Gruselgeräusche.

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Lernkarten zu Scratch 3.0 Fangspiel

Mit Hilfe der Lernkarten entsteht Schritt für Schritt ein Grundverständnis von der Programmiersprache Scratch. Die Karten bauen aufeinander auf und führen zu einem ersten fertig programmierten Spiel.


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BBC

BBC Sound Effects

These 16,000 BBC Sound Effects are made available by the BBC in WAV format to download for use under the terms of the RemArc Licence. The Sound Effects are BBC copyright, but they may be used for personal, educational or research purposes, as detailed in the license.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Experiments on bundling of sound

Experimentation instructions:Experiment cards for students on bundling of sound, for example, megaphone or experiment with tube and funnel.Instructions on how to conduct simple sound bundling experiments (ear trumpet, megaphone). In this way, the students learn about the phenomena through playing. By the way: Sound can be bundled or funnelled. In the hearing process, this function is carried out by pinna and ear canal.Information and ideas:• Observe the safety information in the instructions as well as the applicable safety guidelines for your school and discuss it with your students.• The experiments on the bundling of sound show the students that sound is often funnelled or bundled when it is transmitted or perceived.• The experiments can be done either in groups or as station training.Relevant for teaching:Acoustic phenomenaSound/acoustics: parametersVibrations and waves

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Sound propagation

Experimentation instructions:Experiment cards for students on sound propagation, for example, make a string telephone or propagation of sound waves in a glass of water.Sound needs a medium for propagation. Information and ideas:• Observe the safety information in the instructions as well as the applicable safety guidelines for your school and discuss it with your students.• The experiments on sound propagation show the students that sound needs a medium to propagate. It becomes clear which materials conduct sound better and which materials slow the propagation down.• The experiments can be done either in groups or as station training.Relevant for teaching:Acoustic phenomenaSound/acoustics: parametersVibrations and waves

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Water as wave model

Video (00:07 minutes, without sound):A stone is thrown into calm water, ripples are formed.The vibrations emitted by a source of sound can be compared with the ripples or waves created when a stone is thrown into calm water.It is, however, directly comparable only as far as the concentric shape of propagation is concerned. Looked at in detail, the vibrations are in fact very different. Information and ideas:Students can do the experiment themselves on an excursion out of school. Relevant for teaching:Acoustic phenomenaSound/acoustics: parametersCommunication and understandingVibrations and waves

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Sound emission at the loudspeaker

Video (00:11 minutes):The visibly vibrating diaphragm in the loudspeaker obviously transmits its movement onto the air as sound waves.The principle of sound production and propagation as sound wave in the air can be recognized clearly with the example of the diaphragm of a loudspeaker. By the way, only the lowest-pitched tones are visible. With medium and high-pitched tones the movements of the diaphragm are so fast that they are invisible. Information and ideas:Suitable for demonstration purposes but also good for self-study on the part of the students. Idea: show the film without sound to begin with. The students should then guess what sort of noise/sound it might be.Relevant for teaching:Acoustic phenomenaSound/acoustics: parametersCommunication and understandingVibrations and waves

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Production of sound

Experimentation instructions:Experiment cards for students on sound production, for example, cup or nail guitar.Sound can be produced by a variety of activities including plucking, striking or blowing.A sound source only becomes a transmitter when it produces and sends sound waves.Information and ideas:• Observe the safety information in the instructions as well as the applicable safety guidelines for your school and discuss it with your students.• The experiments on sound production show the students that sound can be produced by a variety of activities.• The experiments can be done either in groups or as station training.Relevant for teaching:Acoustic phenomenaSound/acoustics: parametersVibrations and waves

Lernalter

6-12

Schlüsselwörter

Sound

Sprachen

Englisch

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Hearing (link list)

Link list:Many interesting links regarding the topic "Hearing".Information and ideas:Suitable as a source for internet inquiry for the teacher and students.