Year 1

How do we hear?

In today's lesson, we will be learning about sound. We will be specifically looking at how our bodies allow us to hear sounds. We will then learn that not everyone has the ability to hear things and we will look at what deaf people may use to hear or communicate.

Year 1

How do we hear?

In today's lesson, we will be learning about sound. We will be specifically looking at how our bodies allow us to hear sounds. We will then learn that not everyone has the ability to hear things and we will look at what deaf people may use to hear or communicate.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. How we hear
  2. Causes of deafness
  3. Examples of sign language

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3 Questions

Q1.
1) What is a sound?
A sound is a movement.
A sound is a something you have.
Correct answer: A sound is a wave of vibrations.
Q2.
2) What must be made first, before a sound is made?
air
jump
Correct answer: movement
Q3.
3) The loudness of a sound is called its volume. Which is the quietest sound?
balloon popping
Correct answer: dropping a feather
fire engine siren

4 Questions

Q1.
1) Finish the sentence. We hear with our......
Correct answer: Ears
Eyes
Feet
Nose
Tongue
Q2.
2) Look at the picture above. Which place do you think is louder?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: Classroom
Library
Q3.
3) If you are unable to hear, that means you are what?
Blind
Correct answer: Deaf
Mute
Q4.
4) What can people use to help them if they are deaf?
Correct answer: All of the above
Hearing Aid
Lip Reading
Sign Language