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  • Siemens Stiftung
    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 ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    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 ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    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


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organ skin – sense of touch and of feel
    Photo: The skin as sense organ. A gigantic organ which we use to touch and to feel.The biggest organ in the human body is the skin. A twelve-year-old has an amount of skin equivalent to about 20 A4 pages.The skin has several tasks: To begin with, to protect against external influences; it can heal itself in the event of minor injuries. And then it is responsible for touching and feeling. We can distinguish between six different sensations: touch, pressure, pain, tension, vibration and temperature. Information and ideas:What sorts of things can I feel? Here, it is a good idea to prepare a box full of materials which can be recognised by touching and feeling them. 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
    Sense organ Skin
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organ tongue
    Photo: The tongue as sense organ. We use it to taste with – sweet, sour, salty or bitter?We can perceive tastes with our tongue. To do this we have receptors in different areas of our tongue.Each region recognises a different sort of taste. Very subtle differences, however, can usually only be distinguished with the help of the sense of smell!Information and ideas:Students can study the different regions and test them:- bitter: back part of the tongue- sour: right and left edges of the tongue, more to the back- salty: middle – edges left and right - sweet: tip of the tongueRelevant 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
    Sense organ
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    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 ...
    My five senses
    Graphic: Drawing with labelling spaces for the five senses. Can be printed out or used with the projector.What do our sense organs do?- We use our ...
    Sense organ nose
    Photo: The nose as sense organ. It is able to distinguish different smells – good ones and bad ones and sometimes even dangerous ones.Inside the ...
    Sense organs stimuli
    Photo: At a fair, all sorts of stimuli affect our senses, for example, the smell of candy floss, the bright lights of the roundabouts etc.If all our ...
    Training of senses
    Photo:A girl is shaking a film container in order to identify the content of the container by means of the noise.This photo shows a situation from a ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organs – sense of taste
    Photo: A healthy person has about 4,000 taste buds spread over the tongue, the inside of the cheeks and the throat.The fact that we can enjoy the taste of our food is the result of interaction between several senses. It is not just through our mouth that we get the messages referring to the taste of food and drink. Our so-called "chemical senses", the actual sense of taste and the sense of smell work together to provide human beings with the ability to recognize a wide range of different tastes and flavours. Scientists are of the opinion that the perception of taste can be trained in a similar way to the sense of smell. They claim that gourmets should be able to train their sense of taste in the same way that perfumiers can. Information and ideas:Students can have a tasting session and try to recognize different drinks by tasting them when they are blindfolded:- Cola- Water- Tea- Fruit juice- etc.Relevant for teaching:The human bodyStructure and function of a sensory organReception of stimuli and processing of information Senses discover the environment

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    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 ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense of position – world not upside down
    Photo: Visual illustration of the sense of position at work: child is hanging upside down from bar and is not losing sense of direction.We know even with our eyes closed whether we are upside down or whether we are holding our head down. Yes, even with our head down, we can see things the right way up. Our sense of position is the reason for that.Information and ideas:Use picture as introduction to sense of position: children enjoy such situations like this one at the playground. Children can tell the class and teacher when they become aware of their sense of position, (e.g. when they are on a roller coaster).Relevant for teaching:The human bodyStructure and function of a sensory organReception of stimuli and processing of information Senses discover the environment

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    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 ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    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.

    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    My five senses
    Graphic: Drawing with labelling spaces for the five senses. Can be printed out or used with the projector.What do our sense organs do?- We use our ...
    Sense organ nose
    Photo: The nose as sense organ. It is able to distinguish different smells – good ones and bad ones and sometimes even dangerous ones.Inside the ...
    Sense organ tongue
    Photo: The tongue as sense organ. We use it to taste with – sweet, sour, salty or bitter?We can perceive tastes with our tongue. To do this we have ...
    Sense organs stimuli
    Photo: At a fair, all sorts of stimuli affect our senses, for example, the smell of candy floss, the bright lights of the roundabouts etc.If all our ...
    Training of senses
    Photo:A girl is shaking a film container in order to identify the content of the container by means of the noise.This photo shows a situation from a ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organ nose
    Photo: The nose as sense organ. It is able to distinguish different smells – good ones and bad ones and sometimes even dangerous ones.Inside the nose there is a mucous membrane of the size of a postage stamp with several million sensory cells on it. Each olfactory cell is a specialist responsible for a special part of the smell. The olfactory mucous membrane sends signals to the brain where they are recognised. The nose is also an air-conditioning system (warms up cold air), a washing machine (the hairs in the nose clean things) and an alarm system (it warns us, for example, if food is bad). Information and ideas:The multi-talented nose: guess what different smells are, reference to nose as alarm system warning us of danger e.g. in the event of fire or with acids. 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
    Sense organ
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    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 ...
    My five senses
    Graphic: Drawing with labelling spaces for the five senses. Can be printed out or used with the projector.What do our sense organs do?- We use our ...
    Sense organ tongue
    Photo: The tongue as sense organ. We use it to taste with – sweet, sour, salty or bitter?We can perceive tastes with our tongue. To do this we have ...
    Sense organs stimuli
    Photo: At a fair, all sorts of stimuli affect our senses, for example, the smell of candy floss, the bright lights of the roundabouts etc.If all our ...
    Training of senses
    Photo:A girl is shaking a film container in order to identify the content of the container by means of the noise.This photo shows a situation from a ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organ of balance – position
    Labeled graphic:The cupola changes its shape when it is bent and stimulates the sensory hairs. The calcium carbonate crystals act as extra ballast.The cupola (gelatinous mass) changes its shape when it is bent and stimulates the sensory hairs. The calcium carbonate crystals act as extra ballast. The lymph simply serves to absorb here. Information and ideas:This graphic is very useful for showing the function of the sense of position in the inner ear. Relevant for teaching:Structure and functions 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 ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Skin as a sense organ
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 4+:What can we perceive with our skin?The skin is our body's largest sensory organ. The surface of the skin has a large number of sensory receptors with which we can perceive all sorts of stimuli.Information and Ideas:• The teacher/educator shoud collect a number of flat, hand-sized stones of different sizes. He should also find a way to warm the stones (sun, warm water, stove) and also cool them (refrigerator, cellar, cold water) and make sure that the stones are not too hot. Fill the plastic bags with a little water and knot them at the top.• Please observe the general safety and hygiene measures and safety instructions in the respective teaching methods 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.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Sense organ eye
    Photo: The eye as sense organ. It does not just differentiate between brightness and colour but also shape.The eye is a ball that is located in a cavity in our skull. It consists mainly of the cornea, the lens and the retina.

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