2. Introduce soundscape ecology through videos
3. Participate in Soundscape BINGO game
4. Discuss classifications of sounds
5. View a spectrogram and discuss properties of sounds
6. Discuss what sounds tell us about the health of our planet
7. Create a soundscape
8. Wrap up/Questions
.The participant will:
- Learn about the tools that scientists use to record and analyze sounds.
- Explore basic acoustics through interactive activities and incredible slow-motion footage.
- Discover what soundscapes tell us about the health of our planet.
Asking Questions and Defining Problems 3-5
Asking Questions and Defining Problems 6-8
Analyzing and Interpreting Data 3-5
Analyzing and Interpreting Data 6-8
Cause and effect 3-5
Cause and effect 6-8
Stability and change 3-5
Stability and change 6-8
LS2C 3-5 -- Ecosystem dynamics, functioning, and resilience
LS2C 6-8 -- Ecosystem dynamics, functioning, and resilience
LS4D 3-5 -- Biodiversity and humans
LS4D 6-8 -- Biodiversity and humans
PS3B 3-5 -- Conservation of energy and energy transfer
PS3B 6-8 -- Conservation of energy and energy transfer
PS4A 3-5 -- Wave properties
PS4A 6-8 -- Wave properties
Please Note: The Global Soundscapes show is not designed to teach all of the content described below. It is designed, however, to connect to your classroom and be used to extend students’ understanding and application of these ideas.