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  • Siemens Stiftung
    Hear, recognize and understand speech (interactive)
    Animation:Shows how ear and sense of hearing interact. The ear alone is not enough – a little brain is also necessary!Hearing is not just the reception of the sound but it also involves the processing of the impulses in the brain. A spoken sentence reaches our ear in the shape of sound waves, it is collected and beamed through the pinna, amplified via the eardrum and the ossicles and it then stimulates the sensory cells in the cochlea. These cells send the impulses along the auditory nerve which conveys the impulses into the auditory centre of the brain.In the brain, the signals are recognized as words and their meaning understood as a sentence in context with other words.Information and ideas:This process should be explained step by step.It may be useful to make a comparison with a dynamo:The pedalling on a bicycle moves the dynamo on the wheel, something happens. The impulse is passed on, a lamp lights up; what happens in the hearing process is similar as an impulse is also sent to the brain, and there, too, “a light" goes on. Relevant for teaching:Structure and function of a sensory organ Reception of stimuli and transmission of informationCommunication

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    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Hear, recognize and understand speech (interactive, ES)
    Animation:Shows how the ear and sense of hearing interact. The ear alone is not enough – a little brain is also necessary!Hearing is not just the reception of the sound – it also involves the processing of the sensory input in the brain. A spoken sentence reaches our ear in the form of sound waves: it is collected and bundled by the pinna, amplified via the eardrum and the ossicles, and it then stimulates the sensory cells in the cochlea. These cells send the impulses along the auditory nerve which conveys the impulses to the auditory center of the brain.In the brain, the signals are recognized as words and their meaning understood.Information and ideas:This process should be explained step by step.It may be useful to make a comparison with a dynamo:The pedaling on a bicycle moves the dynamo on the wheel, and something happens. The impulse is passed on, a lamp lights up; what happens in the hearing process is similar, as an impulse is sent to the brain, and there, too, “a light” goes on. Relevant for teaching:Structure and function of a sensory organ Reception of stimuli and transmission of informationCommunication

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Nerve conduction in the skin
    Simulation:Process of transmitting nerve impulses in the skin.If a stimulus is exerted on the skin (e.g., through touch or heat), the affected receptor immediately transfers an electrical impulse to the next nerve cell. In this way, the impulse travels across several nerve cells and finally reaches the spinal cord and then the brain, which ultimately processes the information.Three animations show the process of transmitting impulses in different degrees of detail.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Nervous system Sense organ Skin Stimulus reception
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (answer sheet)
    Answer sheet:For the student experimentation instructions of the same name.The answer sheet contains sample answers to all questions asked in the ...
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (link list)
    Link list:Further information on the experiment “C5 What functions does the skin have? – The skin as a sense organ".The links can be used ...
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (student instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 10+:Detailed instructions and questions for students on conducting the experiment "What functions ...
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (teacher instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 10+:Background information on the content and practical information on conducting the experiment ...
    Sensors in the skin
    Information sheet:An overview of the receptors and sensors of human skin.Information and ideas:This information sheet is an excerpt from the teacher ...
    Skin receptors
    Interactive schematic diagram:The layers of the skin and the receptors they contain can be labeled interactively.The graphic shows the three areas of ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    The entire hearing process (M/HS)
    Teaching ideas:For teaching unit “The entire hearing process". Overview of passage of sound in the ear: outer ear, middle ear, inner ear.During the hearing process the energy form of the sound waves is transduced into electrical impulses. This happens in several stages.Information and ideas:Logical structure for looking at the subject. Suitable for active and passive forms of learning. Relevant for teaching:The human body Structure and functions of a sensory organ Reception of stimuli and transmission of informationFunctions of senses

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Nervous system Sense of hearing Sound Stimulus reception
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Hear, recognize and understand speech (M/HS)
    Information sheet:The interaction of ear and sense of hearing. The logical stages from sound transduction to decoding of nerve impulses in the brain ...
    Middle ear section – labeling arrows
    Unlabeled graphic:Section view of human ear with the individual parts of the middle ear – with arrows for detailed labeling.The middle ear is ...
    Structure and function of the ear
    Information sheet:About the social and cultural significance of hearing as introduction to the physiological structure of the ear.Two different ...
    Structure and function of the middle ear
    Worksheet:Structure and function of the middle ear.The worksheet contains a cross section of the middle ear to be labeled. Additionally the functions ...
    Structure and function of the middle ear (answer sheet)
    Answer sheet:For the worksheet of the same name.Information and ideas:You will find more detailed information in the associated worksheet ...
    Structure of the ear (link list, M/HS)
    Link list:Many interesting links regarding the topic “Structure of the ear".Information and ideas:Suitable as a source for internet inquiry ...
    The ear and its importance as a sense organ
    Information sheet: Importance of hearing.The hearing organ guarantees acoustic communication in our environment – even under extreme ...


  • 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".

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde


  • Siemens Stiftung
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (link list)
    Link list:Further information on the experiment “C5 What functions does the skin have? – The skin as a sense organ".The links can be used for preparing or for further study of experiments from Experimento | 10+.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Chemie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Nervous system Sense organ Skin Stimulus reception
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (answer sheet)
    Answer sheet:For the student experimentation instructions of the same name.The answer sheet contains sample answers to all questions asked in the ...
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (student instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 10+:Detailed instructions and questions for students on conducting the experiment "What functions ...
    C5 What functions does the skin have? (teacher instructions)
    Experimentation instructions for Experimento | 10+:Background information on the content and practical information on conducting the experiment ...
    Nerve conduction in the skin
    Simulation:Process of transmitting nerve impulses in the skin.If a stimulus is exerted on the skin (e.g., through touch or heat), the affected ...
    Sensors in the skin
    Information sheet:An overview of the receptors and sensors of human skin.Information and ideas:This information sheet is an excerpt from the teacher ...
    Skin receptors
    Interactive schematic diagram:The layers of the skin and the receptors they contain can be labeled interactively.The graphic shows the three areas of ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Differentiated frequency ranges in the cochlea
    Labeled graphic:Position of the receptors for tones of varying frequencies in the spiral canal of the human cochlea.Frequencies between 16 hertz (hertz = vibrations per second, abbr.: Hz) and 20,000 Hz can be heard by the human ear. To differentiate these frequencies, the receptors for high tones are at the beginning of the canal, those for the low tones at the apex of the cochlea. Information and ideas:The illustration is suitable for explaining or revising fundamentals of Physics like sound, frequency and vibrations.Usable in a worksheet, for work together on the digital projector, or as an overhead transparency.Further information regarding this graphic is available on the media portal of the Siemens Stiftung.Relevant for teaching:The human bodyStructure and function of a sense organPerception of soundHuman hearing ability Communication and understanding

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Nervous system Sense of hearing Sound Stimulus reception
    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
    Entire ear with brain
    Unlabeled graphic: Cross-section of entire ear with auditory nerve and its connection to brain. For incorporation in presentations or for individual projection.The hearing process does not just involve the hearing organ but also the brain. It is there that the signals are received and understood. Information and ideas:This graphic can be used to describe and explain the most important functional areas of the ear and their role in the hearing process.The teacher can look at the graphic together with the students on the computer screen or get the students to do the labeling either on printouts or on the computer. Relevant for teaching:The human bodyStructure and function of a sensory organ

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Sachkunde
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Anatomy (human) Chart Ear Nervous system Stimulus reception
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Frequency differentiation in the uncurled cochlea
    Labeled graphic:High–pitched tones are heard in the front part of the cochlea, low tones are heard in the back part.As the sense of hearing is able to differentiate locations of the nerves, it is able to recognize the frequencies. Information and ideas:This graphic is good for creating a link between the topics of “Sound” and “Hearing”. Further information regarding this graphic is available as information sheet on the media portal of the Siemens Stiftung.Relevant for teaching:Perception of soundHuman hearing ability Communication and understandingThe human bodyStructure and functions of a sensory organ

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Nervous system Sense of hearing Sound Stimulus reception
    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
    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.

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    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Physik
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    Inner ear section – labeling arrows
    Unlabeled graphic:Section with the main parts of the inner ear. The main parts are highlighted in color.Both the sense of balance and the sense of ...
    Outer ear section – labeling arrows
    Unlabeled graphic:The graphic is a section view of the entire ear showing all parts belonging to the outer ear. These parts are highlighted in ...
    The sections of the ear (matching exercise)
    Matching exercise:What parts of the ear belong to which areas (outer, middle, or inner ear)?This exercise can be performed by dragging and dropping ...
    The structure of the ear
    Interactive graphic: The areas of the ear can be labeled interactively. The graphic shows the four areas involved in the hearing process: outer ear, ...
    The structure of the ear
    Content package for interactive whiteboards:Individual media related to the strucutre of the ear are compiled here in a meaningful didactic way for ...
    The structure of the ear (labeling task)
    Labeling task:What are the names of the parts of the ear?A sectional view of the ear can be labeled by dragging and dropping. The labeling is very ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Guideline for the “The structure of the ear“ interactive whiteboard content (ES)
    Guideline: This document provides an overview of a possible scenario for using the content package for interactive whiteboards for elementary schools 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.

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    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Sachkunde
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    Listen
    Graphic:A boy and a girl are sitting at a desk. The boy is listening to the girl.Information and ideas:As an image for discussion on the topics ...
    The sections of the ear (complex, matching exercise)
    Matching exercise:What parts of the ear belong to which areas (outer, middle, or inner ear)?This exercise can be performed by dragging and dropping ...
    The sections of the ear (simple, matching exercise)
    Matching exercise:What parts of the ear belong to which areas (outer, middle, or inner ear)?This exercise can be performed by dragging and dropping ...
    The structure of the ear
    Content package for interactive whiteboards:Individual media related to the strucutre of the ear are compiled here in a meaningful didactic way for ...
    The structure of the ear (complex)
    Interactive graphic: The areas of the ear can be labeled interactively. The graphic shows the four areas involved in the hearing process: outer ear, ...
    The structure of the ear (complex, labeling task)
    Labeling task:What are the names of the parts of the ear?A sectional view of the ear can be labeled by dragging and dropping. The labeling is very ...
    The structure of the ear (link list, ES)
    Link list:Many interesting links regarding the topic “Structure of the ear". For elementary school. Information and ideas:Suitable as a source ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Hear, recognize and understand speech (M/HS)
    Information sheet:The interaction of ear and sense of hearing. The logical stages from sound transduction to decoding of nerve impulses in the brain to understand a sentence.A simple sentence makes it clear: The hearing process from the perception of sound to actually understanding the content is very complex.Briefly, the sound waves go through several stages to be converted into neuronal information.These nerve impulses are decoded step by step in the brain and, by comparing patterns, turned into phonemes, syllables, words and sentences. The meaning of the individual words is recognized through comparison with things from memory. Based on experience and by association with logical and abstract contexts the brain is ultimately able to understand the statement. Information and ideas:The animation underlines how complex our brain is and how sense of hearing and ear are related to each other: Hearing is not the same as understanding. Relevant for teaching:How hearing functionsReception of stimuli/processing of information

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Communication Nervous system Speech Stimulus reception
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Middle ear section – labeling arrows
    Unlabeled graphic:Section view of human ear with the individual parts of the middle ear – with arrows for detailed labeling.The middle ear is ...
    Structure and function of the ear
    Information sheet:About the social and cultural significance of hearing as introduction to the physiological structure of the ear.Two different ...
    Structure and function of the middle ear
    Worksheet:Structure and function of the middle ear.The worksheet contains a cross section of the middle ear to be labeled. Additionally the functions ...
    Structure and function of the middle ear (answer sheet)
    Answer sheet:For the worksheet of the same name.Information and ideas:You will find more detailed information in the associated worksheet ...
    Structure of the ear (link list, M/HS)
    Link list:Many interesting links regarding the topic “Structure of the ear".Information and ideas:Suitable as a source for internet inquiry ...
    The ear and its importance as a sense organ
    Information sheet: Importance of hearing.The hearing organ guarantees acoustic communication in our environment – even under extreme ...
    The entire hearing process (M/HS)
    Teaching ideas:For teaching unit “The entire hearing process". Overview of passage of sound in the ear: outer ear, middle ear, inner ...
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