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Ideas for teaching sound?

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by Jessy1234, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Jessy1234

    Jessy1234 New commenter

    Split them into groups, give each group an online radio station, like live365,BBC radio, fm etc. You might want to search for more stations before the exercise


    Ask them to listen to the station for ten minutes, then jot down what genre they have heard, was there any interferience, does the station have adverts, is it supported by website.

    Let the groups discuss thier results with the class.
     
  2. Some ideas here:
    http://www.classroomtools.com/hearing.htm
     

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