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Water sounds

Recording:
Water sounds.

Water sounds have a soothing effect.

Information and ideas:
The sounds can be used as an entry point to the topic of water.
Students can say what they associate with the sounds. This can be developed as an entry point to different topics.
Students can draw or paint pictures on the topic of water.

Medientypen

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Lernalter

6-18

Schlüsselwörter

Water

Sprachen

Englisch

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Thunder, a natural sound

Recording:
Thunder is a natural sound that a lot of people are afraid of.

A thunderstorm can be as loud as 90 decibels which is the same as an ICE train.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a radio play/story.
Example of loud sound sources in the nature.

Relevant for teaching:
Noise: causes, effects, protection
Noise consumption and leisure-time activities
Senses discover the environment
Acoustic phenomena

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Noise at the workplace

Recording:
Collage of different sorts of noise at the workplace. Noisy machines at the workplace require protection against noise.

Noise is often equated with industry and hard work. There is considerable noise exposure on building sites or in factories where there are often noisy machines. There are regulations to avoid damage such as the wearing of ear protectors or the adoption of noise-reducing measures.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used to look at the topic of "Noise". Activity: Draw a machine which makes these noises!

Relevant for teaching:
Noises: causes, effect, protection
Noise consumption and leisure-time activities
Senses discover the environment

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Ghosts howling

Sound:
Ghosts howling is a sound that is not encountered in reality but, nevertheless, we immediately recognize the sound.

Children like it when it is spooky! A ghost can rarely be seen but is often heard.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a radio play/story.
Interesting for the subject of communication and also interesting for illustration purposes. It is not always the real sound that is important but what the person hearing it associates with it or how he interprets it.

Relevant for teaching:
Structure and function of a sensory organ
Senses discover the environment
Games to practise using the senses

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The Ear, Hearing and Hearing Impairment: Drums

Recording:
A practising drummer is regarded as a source of noise, as a member of a band he supplies the rhythms that get people moving to the beat.

The rhythms which a drummer produces are an important part of a group and their sound.
Music can be produced by drums alone without other musical instruments.
It can reach levels of 100 decibels.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a radio play/story.

Relevant for teaching:
Noises: causes, effect, protection
Noise consumption and leisure-time activities
Senses discover the environment

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Car horn is blown

Recording:
A car horn is blown.

A car horn at a distance of 7 metres produces about 100 decibels. This is necessary as it is a warning signal.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a radio play/story.

Relevant for teaching:
Structure and function of a sensory organ
Senses discover the environment
Games to practise using the senses.

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Sonido de echar el agua del inodoro

Grabación:
Un sonido típico que se escucha varias veces al día, a saber, echar el agua de un inodoro.

Sonido diario bien conocido.

Información e ideas:
La grabación será identificada por los estudiantes o será utilizada para efectos de sonido de un drama o relato grabado.

Pertinente para la enseñanza de:
Estructura y función de un órgano sensorial
Los sentidos descubren el medio ambiente
Juegos para practicar el uso de los sentidos

Medientypen

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Lernalter

6-18

Schlüsselwörter

Sentido del oído

Sprachen

Spanisch

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Wasserrauschen

Ton: Wasserrauschen bzw. -plätschern eines Flusses.Das Rauschen eines Gebirgsflusses kann bis zu 70 Dezibel erreichen.Hinweise und Ideen:• Thema Hören: Hörbeispiel zum Raten oder für die Hörspielerstellung.• Thema Wasser: Der Ton kann als Einstieg in das Thema Wasser verwendet werden. Die Schülerinnen und Schüler können z. B. Assoziationen zum Geräusch nennen oder ein Bild zum Thema Wasser malen.

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Straßenlärm

Ton: Auch wenn sie von vielen Menschen unbewusst ausgeblendet werden, sind Verkehrsgeräusche objektiv eine stark belastende Lärmquelle.Zum größten Lärmfaktor zählt Verkehrslärm.Eine stark befahrene Straße kann bis zu 80 Dezibel erreichen.Eine Autohupe hat in 10 Metern Entfernung noch eine Lautstärke von gut 100 Dezibel.Das entspricht in etwa der Lautstärke eines Gewitters.Hinweise und Ideen:Hörbeispiel zum Raten oder für die Hörspielerstellung.Unterrichtsbezug:Lärm: Ursachen, Wirkung, SchutzLärmkonsum und FreizeitverhaltenSinne erschließen die Umwelt

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Spülen

Ton: Leicht zu erkennen ist das typische Geräusch, wenn Geschirr abgespült wird, zum einen am Wassergeräusch, aber auch am Tellergeklapper.Geschirrgeklapper und Spülen gehören zu den typischen Geräuschen in einem Haushalt.Hinweise und Ideen:Hörbeispiel zum Raten oder für die Hörspielerstellung.Unterrichtsbezug:Bau und Leistung eines SinnesorgansSinne erschließen die UmweltSinnesübende Spiele