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5 Sinne - Sinnesorgane

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La lengua como órgano sensorial

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La lengua como órgano sensorial. La usamos para degustar: ¿dulce, agrio, salado o ácido?


Podemos percibir sabores con la lengua. Para hacerlo tenemos receptores en diferentes áreas de nuestra lengua.
Cada región reconoce un tipo de sabor diferente.
¡Diferencias muy sutiles, no obstante, pueden distinguirse solo con ayuda del sentido del olfato!

Información e ideas:
Los estudiantes pueden estudiar las diferentes regiones y someterlas a prueba:
- ácido: parte posterior de la lengua
- agrio: bordes derecho e izquierdo de la lengua, más hacia la parte posterior
- salado: medio; bordes derecho e izquierdo
- dulce: punta de la lengua

Pertinente a la enseñanza de:
El cuerpo humano
Estructura y función de un órgano sensorial
Recepción de estímulos y procesamiento de información
Los sentidos descubren el medio ambiente

Medientypen

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Lernalter

6-18

Schlüsselwörter

Órgano sensorial

Sprachen

Spanisch

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Pauta de sonido: música que dibujar

Sonido:
Música, la pauta de sonido que se ha de ilustrar mediante un dibujo.

El ejemplo de la música es parte del entrenamiento auditivo con música.

Medios de pautas de sonido para representar sonidos en una pauta o dibujo. Los estudiantes escuchan la música y tienen que tratar de expresar los movimientos del sonido y los diferentes tonos de manera gráfica, por ejemplo, mediante una línea ondulada para música en curso.

Información e ideas:
Se puede efectuar el ejercicio en lecciones de música como parte del aprendizaje sobre música o en ejercicios de aquietamiento y concentración en el curso de una lección.

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

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Spatial perception

Sound:
Sequence of same sounds with varying echoes makes spatial perception clear. A sound in a living room is different to what it is in a hall.

We recognize immediately whether we are in a small room with not much space in it or whether we are walking through a big hall. The sound and the echo of our steps tell us the dimensions of the room.
We know from experience: When we find a cave, we shout into it to see how big it is, before we dare to enter it.

Information and ideas:
The recording simulates different rooms. A sequence of sounds is played. At first, you have the impression you are in a small room and, at the end, in a big hall.
There can be a class discussion about what the rooms might look like.

Relevant for teaching:
Reception of stimuli and processing of information
Senses discover the environment

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School bell

Recording:
A typical sound every student knows is the school bell. It signalises, for example, the beginning of the break and the end of the school day.

A school bell has to be loud so that it can be heard over the noise level in class and in the playground.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a recorded 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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The Ear, Hearing and Hearing Impairment: Person shouting

Recording:
People can cause a noise with their voice, for example, to call out "Hello, I am over here".

Loud shouts can reach a level of 70 decibels. That is about as loud as when a car drives past about 10 metres away.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students.

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

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Motorbike drives past

Recording:
Motorbike drives quickly round the corner.

Above all, when motorcyclists drive fast, they become loud road users, with levels of up to 80 decibels being recorded.

Information and ideas:
Recording to be identified by students or used for sound effects for a recorded 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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Hair dryer noise when in use

Recording:
An electric hair dryer is a well-known noise of medium loudness from everyday life.

A hair dryer can reach a loudness of up to 75 decibels.

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
Acoustic phenomena

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Ducks quacking

Recording:
Ducks on a lake can be quite noisy! An example of sources of sound of medium loudness in nature.

Especially in the world of nature there are several sounds that we immediately recognize. Ducks quacking is one of them.

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

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

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Creaky wooden stairs

Recording:
Creaking wooden stairs are one of the typical noise in a house.

The creaking of old stairs is one of the typical sounds in an old house.

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

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