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Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Seeing and recognizing

Information sheet:
The most important steps involved in seeing, perceiving, and recognizing visual information.


Brief summary of the most important facts:
· Reception of light signals
· Accommodation
· Seeing colors and brightness
· Image evaluation and pattern recognition
· Intelligent evaluation.

Information and ideas:
Apart from the physiological processes involved in seeing, the principal object is for students to recognize that our society is a visually oriented society.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Image in the eye

Video (00:22 minutes):How an object is perceived by the eye.The eye produces an image of an object by concentrating and refracting light. The image then appears reversed on the retina. A graphic illustrates the process.This video is an excerpt from the teaching DVD, "Optik - Eigenschaften des Lichts".

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

The Ear, Hearing and Hearing Impairment;: Five senses - sense organs (link list)

Link list:
Many interesting links regarding the topic "Five senses - sense organs".

Information and ideas:
Suitable as a source for internet inquiry for the teacher and students.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Guideline for the "The structure of the ear" interactive whiteboard content

Guideline:
This document provides an overview of a possible scenario for using the content package for interactive whiteboards entitled "The structure of the ear".


This guideline is intended for teachers. It presents all media of the content package and puts them in a meaningful didactic context using examples.


Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Structure of the human eye (answer sheet)

Answer sheet:
For the worksheet of the same name.


Information and ideas:
You can find more detailed information on the associated worksheet "Structure of the human eye," which is available on the media portal of the Siemens Stiftung.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Protective mechanisms of the eye

Information sheet:The eye’s most important protective mechanisms, including how they work, are described.The parts of the eye and their protective functions are presented. • Eye sockets protect the eyes from impacts• Eyelashes and eyebrows protect the eyes from dust and liquids• Tear fluid has an antibacterial effect• Pupillary light reflex and blink reflex protect the eyes from brightnessInformation and ideas:The students should recognize that all parts of the eye have an important function and that our eyes are well protected.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

The eye

Video (00:28 minutes):Shows a cross-section of the eye and describes the function of the pupil.The video starts with a cross-section of the eye, briefly describing the structure from the lens to the sclera.Using an actual eye, it then shows how the pupil changes in bright light.This video is an excerpt from the teaching DVD, "Optik - Eigenschaften des Lichts".

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Anatomy of the ear

Video (00:47 minutes):Describes the hearing process based on the most important parts of the ear.The video shows a sectional diagram of an ear. It explains how sound is captured, passes through the ear canal and into the inner ear, and finally reaches the brain via the auditory nerve.This video is an excerpt from the teaching DVD, "Sinne - Sehen, Hören, Riechen, Schmecken und Fühlen".

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Pupillary light reflex

Interactive graphic:The pupillary light reflex of the human eye is shown as a schematic view and a real-life view. The pupillary light reflex of the human eye is depicted in a schematic longitudinal view. The views can be switched between bright conditions (the pupil is small) and dark conditions (the pupil is large). When the real-life view button is clicked, both the light and dark conditions can also be selected.

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Protective mechanisms of the eye (interactive worksheet)

Worksheet (interactive):The students should match the dangers to the parts of the eye that protect the eye from the dangers. The various dangers to the eye are depicted as symbols and must be dragged to the parts of the eye that provide the corresponding protection.