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How the Ear Works: Ear Structure labelling with descriptions

<-- watch the video via Safe Youtube (Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMXoHKwWmU8 ) 1. Click add 2. Drag and drop move the labels and descriptions to the appropriate places on the diagram. 3. Use the highlighter to colour code the words labelling the inner, middle and outer ear as three different colours. Don't forget to colour in the key too! 4. check

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 8th Grade, Science, Home Learning
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This activity was originally designed for Year 8 pupils in the UK. I now use it with Year 5 pupils. It can be used alone and was successfully used during lockdown in 2020. There are other ear labelling activities in the Seesaw library: I would recommend using this activity before those which require pupils to recall the jobs of the parts. Alternatively, this could be used with pupils who struggle to remember the jobs. I wouldn't say this is for low ability pupils as the language used isn't overly easy to access. The video is a Kids Health Video: How the Ear Works which was found on Youtube. This link was last checked in June 2020. I am unaware of the original source of the ear diagram (I started using it many years ago, perhaps around 2009/2010). The words/descriptions of parts are all my own.