Do you Hear What I Hear?: Exploring the Structure and Function of the Ear

Unit 8: Senses, Perception and Movement
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: Students will explain how sounds waves are processed by the ear and nervous system.

Big Idea: The ear is a specialized organ with variety of moving parts that capitalize on sound wave movement to process the audible environment through sensory nerves.

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