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    Hearing test for children
    Interactive hearing test:Which animals can you hear? This test, based on normalized tones, is good for initial diagnosis of hearing problems!This is a simplified version of a more comprehensive hearing test that has been modified especially for children. Even though it does not provide exact information about hearing problems, it motivates the children to be aware of their hearing. If each child is tested individually under the supervision of the teacher, the test is even suitable as an initial diagnosis of hearing problems. (The animal sounds used are normalized.) Sequence:The computer has to be calibrated first of all (the right volume has to be set). It has to be ensured that the reference tone is adjusted to “no longer audible”. Younger students in particular will need help with this. Or the teacher calibrates one computer beforehand and the students all do the test at that computer. To answer, the students have to click “Can hear it” or “Cannot hear it”.At the end there is an evaluation.Information and ideas:Poor hearing can be a reason for reading and spelling difficulties. A hearing test may give the first indication of hearing problems.After the test the teacher can discuss possible causes of hearing damage with the students or talk about necessary changes of conduct and possible protective measures.Relevant for teaching:Hearing damage/hearing impairment How hearing works Games to train the senses

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment Sense of hearing
    Sprachen
    en


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    Sense organ ear
    Photo: A close-up photo of an ear. As starting-point for studying the anatomy of the ear.The ear as a sense organ contains the sense of hearing as well as the sense of position and the sense of rotation.The sense of hearing is the only sense we have that never goes to sleep. The ear reacts seven times faster than the eye and can differentiate things much better than the nose.Contribution to hearing:The pinna is thought to have a funnelling function for sound waves. Unlike in some animals, this function is not particularly well-developed in human beings. If the pinna is in any way deformed or in the case of ears that stick out, the sense of hearing is not noticeably affected either way. Completely missing pinna may affect hearing to the factor 2-3 depending on position relative to sound of source! Information and ideas:What are all the things I can hear? Here, it is a good idea to take the students on a listening walk or look at the effects of a roundabout. Relevant for teaching:The human bodyStructure and function of a sense organReception of stimuli and processing of informationSenses discover the environment

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Ear Sense organ
    Sprachen
    en


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    Sense organ of balance – labeling arrows
    Unlabeled graphic:The structure of the cochlea is shown. Front view of the sense of position and sense of rotation illustrated in a sectional view.The sense organ of balance is located next to the hearing organ (cochlea) in the inner ear.The sense organ of balance is made up of the vestibule and the semi-circular canals. Distinction is made between the sense of position and the sense of rotation.Sense of position: The vestibule with saccule and utricle which enable us to perceive our spatial position as well as straight movements.Sense of rotation: The three semi-circular canals which enable us to perceive rotational movements.Information and ideas: This graphic shows very clearly where the sense organs of balance (sense of position, sense of rotation) are located in the inner ear. It is also clear where they are in relation to the structure of the cochlea.The graphic can be used as introduction to the topic or to give an overview in order to be able to explain individual parts and sensory organs of the ear. The teacher can work on the graphic together with students at the computer or get the students to label it themselves either as a printout or at the computer.Relevant for teaching:Structure and function of a sensory organReception of stimuli and processing of information

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Anatomy (human) Ear Sense of balance Sense organ
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The ...
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...


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    Hearing aid – puzzle
    Interactive puzzle: Do you know the parts of a hearing aid? Put the hearing aid together correctly!The parts of a hearing aid have to be put in the right position – gradually a complete hearing aid is created. At the same time the tasks and the functions of the individual parts are explained.Information and ideas:Through playing the students find out how a hearing aid is made.Can be used to introduce the topic “Hearing impairment” but also for monitoring learning objectives.The hearing aid is depicted schematically, and an older model was selected for better visibility of the parts. However, all parts are still found in a state-of-the-art hearing aid.Relevant for teaching:Hearing damage/hearing impairment How hearing works Sound transduction Electroacoustics

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    How can my hearing become damaged?
    Interactive exercise:Five tasks on the topic of hearing defects, for example, causes and dangers for hearing.Noise, loud music, age, and loud bangs ...


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    C3 Sense of hearing (teacher instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 8+:Background information on the content and practical information on conducting the “Sense of hearing” experiment, which comprises three subexperiments.The teacher instructions include information on the following: the main question, relevance to the curriculum, skills, notes on conducting the subexperiments, the research group, further research assignments, and the reference to values.The experiment comprises three subexperiments:• Parade of ears• Directional hearing• Making loud noises quietOur sense of hearing is very important. However, we can lose it permanently, for example, through exposure to too much noise. Many children are unaware of this, and therefore it is important to sensitize them to their own, individual sense of hearing and to provide them with a better understanding of hearing.Notes: • Observe the safety information in the instructions as well as the applicable safety guidelines for your school.• All materials mentioned in the instructions will have to be purchased directly from commercial sources.

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    C3.3 Making loud noises quiet (student instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 8+:Detailed instructions and questions for students on conducting the subexperiment “C3 Sense of ...


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    Sense organ of balance
    Labeled graphic:Structure of sense organ of balance with labeling of most important parts.The sense organ of balance is located next to the hearing organ (cochlea) in the inner ear.The sense organ of balance is made up of the vestibule and the semi-circular canals. Distinction is made between the sense of position and the sense of rotation.Sense of position: The vestibule with saccule and utricle which enable us to perceive our spatial position as well as straight movements.Sense of rotation: The three semi-circular canals which enable us to perceive rotational movements.Information and ideas: This graphic shows very clearly where the sense organs of balance (sense of position, sense of rotation) are located in the inner ear. It is also clear where they are in relation to the structure of the cochlea.The graphic can be used as introduction to the topic or to give an overview in order to be able to explain individual parts and sensory organs of the ear. The teacher can work on the graphic together with students at the computer or get the students to label it themselves either as a printout or at the computer.Relevant for teaching:Structure and function of a sensory organReception of stimuli and processing of information.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Anatomy (human) Ear Sense of balance Sense organ
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The ...
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...


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    Our sense of hearing
    Web resource: Instructions on conducting experiment and worksheet with questions to be answered.The topic of directional hearing makes it clear how extremely sensitive the human sense of hearing is and also how well the ear can differentiate sounds and directions. Information and ideas:Very suitable for independent student study work as it involves self-experience-based learning.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sense of hearing Sense organ Sound
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The ...
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...


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    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis is the gradual increase in hearing impairment caused by the dying of cells in the inner ear or auditory nerve. It usually begins with a loss of high frequency tones and then, later on, medium frequency tones. Both ears are equally affected which means that from a certain degree of hearing impairment, normal everyday speech can only be understood with difficulty. This hearing impairment causes problems for older people, for example, in road traffic. Other road users have to be particularly alert. Information and ideas:This special situation can be used to lead on to a general discussion of hearing impairment or hearing loss and what it means for young people as well. The question of how to deal and communicate with such people can be discussed. Relevant for teaching:Hearing defects/hearing impairmentHow hearing worksSound transduction

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment Road safety training
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The ...
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...
    British Tinnitus Association
    Website: Info material, offers of help and prevention of tinnitus are the topics dealt with by this website.A relatively complete range of ...


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    How can my hearing become damaged?
    Interactive exercise:Five tasks on the topic of hearing defects, for example, causes and dangers for hearing.Noise, loud music, age, and loud bangs are the most important causes of hearing defects. The quiz covers major aspects of hearing defects. There are three answers for each question. A smiley (right or wrong) appears after the box has been clicked.Attention: There may be several right answers.Information and ideas:The quiz helps make students aware of the causes of hearing defects and dangers to hearing.The individual screen pages can be printed out, and then the quiz can be taken without a PC.Relevant for teaching:Hearing damage/hearing impairment How hearing works Noise Personal health care

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Hearing aid – puzzle
    Interactive puzzle: Do you know the parts of a hearing aid? Put the hearing aid together correctly!The parts of a hearing aid have to be put in the ...


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    The EAR Foundation (UK)
    Website:Website of the Ear Foundation with information on hearing, above all for people concerned with hearing impairment in their work.The EAR Foundation Nashville (USA) is a national not-for-profit organization working to educate the public and the medical profession in matters of hearing loss and disease of the ear, and to sponsor basic clinical research into hearing and balance disorders. The EAR Foundation serves as an important source in disseminating the latest information on disorders such as Meniere's Disease. The EAR Foundation also offers continuing medical education programs free of charge to qualified physicians. Scholarships for the hearing impaired, educational programs for children, and international outreach programs are all part of the day-to-day services offered by The EAR Foundation.Information and ideas:For teachers and students an interesting source of information for class papers etc.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Allgemeinbildende Schule elementary school
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment Sense of hearing
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The ...
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...


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    Abnormal audiometric audibility limit
    Chart: Audiometric audibility limit of a person with hearing impairment compared to an intact sense of hearing shows handicap in speech range.The speech range is that range of frequency and loudness where speech communication usually takes place. Within the audiometric audibility limit it is the kidney-shaped range. In our chart it is coloured blue. When, for example, hair cells are damaged in the inner ear and no longer work, the audiometric audibility limit changes. The speech range is affected. Information and ideas:An attempt at comparing charts showing normal hearing and reduced hearing can be done by students individually – as homework. It is useful for testing written expression (English) as well as for testing basic skills from Mathematics or Physics (how to interpret a chart, for example). Relevant for teaching:Hearing defects/hearing impairmentHow hearing functionsSound/acoustics

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Chart Hearing impairment Sense of hearing
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Acoustic scattering
    Graphic:Acoustic scattering. One of several ways sound waves react when they hit an obstacle.Scattering is a reflection of small structures in no ...
    Age-related hearing loss
    Photo: Hearing ability is reduced with increasing age. This can cause danger for older people in road traffic.Age-related hearing loss or presbycusis ...
    All about the cochlea
    Website (Eng., Fr.): Very detailed pages on the topic of hearing.Information and ideas:Very good source of information for detailed class papers or ...
    Ampulla – location, function
    Labeled graphic:An ampulla in the sense of rotation with cupola surrounded by endolymph. The movement of the lymph distorts the shape of the ...
    Applets on acoustics
    Web resource: A compilation of applets and gif animations on waves, sound waves and acoustics that has won many awards.Compilation of applets and gif ...
    Auditory path – brain parts hearing
    Labeled graphic: “Auditory pathway” describes route taken by auditory nerve impulses in and through the brain. But the hearing process is not ...
    BBC School Radio
    Website:BBC School Radio provides an overview of programmes with material on lots of subjects.The website provides descriptions of the contents and ...
    Bicycle bell
    Recording: A bicycle bell has a warning function.Acoustic signals often function as a warning. The bicycle bell is very important in road traffic to ...
    Brainpop – educational animated movies
    Website: On this website you will find a good description of the hearing processes. When accessed for the first time it's free of charge.This ...
    British Tinnitus Association
    Website: Info material, offers of help and prevention of tinnitus are the topics dealt with by this website.A relatively complete range of ...


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    Hearing aids seen historically
    Photo: Old woman with ear trumpet.Over the course of time, hearing aid technology has made enormous progress, thus making the lives of hearing-impaired people much easier.Before 1878 there were practically only mechanical hearing aids based on the sound funnel principle.The photo shows Madame de Meuron, born in 1882 in Bern, Switzerland; died in 1980 in Riggisberg. She preferred using an ear trumpet throughout her life, arguing that then she had to hear only what she wanted to hear.Information and ideas:Elementary school students can use paper to easily recreate the old hearing aids in the form of ear trumpets. In this way they can understand the simplest effect of sound amplification. Relevant for teaching:Hearing damage/hearing impairment How hearing works Sound transduction

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Geschichte Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hearing impairment History of technology
    Sprachen
    en
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    Effects of hearing impairment – self tests (teacher instructions)
    Teaching ideas:In self-testing, students should experience how everyday life is affected by impairment of a sense organ.In experiments and ...
    Functional areas of the ear
    Labeled graphic: The whole ear from the functional standpoints “sound conduction” and "sound perception”. Important to understand hearing ...
    Hearing Impairment (link list)
    Link list:Many interesting links regarding the topic “Hearing Impairment".Information and ideas:Suitable as a source for internet inquiry for ...
    Listen, my friend can't hear very well! (teacher instructions)
    Teaching methods:Teaching method for teachers with the answer sheet for the worksheet of the same name.Cards on communicating with a friend with ...
    What to do about noise
    Worksheet:Experiments on noise reduction. Students should see which materials absorb sound well and which do not.Different materials can be used to ...
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