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EXPLORING OUR SENSES 5719

The sense organs are the instruments through which the body can receive and process the stimuli coming from outside. With the material provided in this collection teachers can enrich their lessons through the exhibition of sense organs’ models and conducting meaningful experiments, on physical and chemical stimuli. Even the students, divided into six working groups, can perform simple experiments through which:
- they acquire the knowledge that every sensation contributes to the perception of the outside world;
- they learn to distinguish the information coming from each sense;
- they learn the potentialities and limits of their sense organs and the hygienic standards for their correct use;
- they understand the importance of the connection between the sense organs and the brain in perception.
70 feasible experiments

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TOUCH
• The skin
• Skin’s sensibility
• Touch’s stimuli
• Pressure’s stimuli
• Pain’s stimuli
• Temperature & heat
• Thermal stimuli
• Hot and cold receptors
• To see through touch
• Fingerprints
• The skin’s hygiene


SIGHT
Light sources and illuminated bodies
Light propagation
Light transports energy
The eye: a light receiver
Lenses
The eye as an optical system
Eyes’ defects and their correction
Resolving power of the eye and visual acuity
The eye-brain system
The persistence of images on the retina
Temporal synthesis of colors
Spatial synthesis of colors
Binocular vision
Sense of depth
Stereoscopic vision
Field of view
Optical illusions
How to help the sight


OLFACTION
• What’s the matter like
• The matter’s aggregation stages
• Changes of state
• The nose: the organ of smell
• How smells are detected
• How smells are identified
• How we get used to smells
• The nose’s hygiene


TASTE
• The tongue and the taste buds
• How we taste different tastes
• The four main tastes
• Taste and olfaction
• Taste and sight
• Good and bad smells


HEARING
• Oscillating motion
• Graphical representation of the oscillating motion
• When we hear a sound
• Why we hear sounds
• Acoustic waves
• How acoustic waves turn into sounds
• The ear: a receiver of acoustic waves
• The ear-brain system
• The limits of audibility
• The distinctive features of sound
• The sensibility of auditory apparatus
• How to reinforce the auditory sensibility
• Stereo phonics
• Echo, reverberation and boom
• Cure of auditory apparatus

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Kit for experiments on digestion 7023

Suitable for secondary school.
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Touch, smell and taste, B18

Touch (11 feasible experiments) - Topics • Skin • Skin sensitivity • Stimulus of contact • Pressure stimulus • Pain stimulus • Temperature and heat • Body temperature • Thermal stimulus • See with touch • Fingerprints • Skin hygiene Smell (8 feasible experiments) - Topics • How the matter is made • Aggregation states of the matter • Change in states • Nose: the smell organ • How the smells are felt • How to identify the smells • Addiction to smells • Nose hygiene Taste (6 feasible experiments) - Topics • Tongue: organ of taste • How we feel the flavors • The four basic flavors • Taste and smell • Taste and sight • Good tastes and bad tastes
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Work and energy - renewable energy, B11

20 feasible experiments Topics • What is a transformation • Physics and chemical transformations • Balanced forces and unbalanced forces • The concept of work in everyday language • The concept of work in physics • Work: a new magnitudes • When the force is not parallel to displacement • The concept of energy in everyday language • The concept of energy in physics • Work and energy • How energy is measured • The two forms of mechanical energy • Kinetic energy • Gravitational potential energy • Plastic materials, elastic materials • The potential elastic energy • Other forms of energy • The properties of energy • The transformations of mechanical energy • Unusable energy • The atomic theory of matter • The potential electric energy • Hydraulic circuit • Electric circuit • Power • Renewable and non-renewable energy sources • The biggest source of energy: the sun • How to transform solar energy into electricity • Wind energy • Other forms of alternative energy
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Equilibrium and simple machines, B3

14 feasible experiments Topics • Know the forces • How to sum forces • The parallelogram rule • The resultant of parallel forces having same direction • How to use our strength intelligently • Equilibrium of a rod • Simple machines • First class of lever • Second class of lever • Third class of lever • Some examples of levers • Pulleys • Fixed pulley • Movable pulley • Simple tackle • Inclined plane
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States and properties of matter - Measurement B1

24 feasible experiments Topics • Space • Matter • Bodies • The three states of matter • A property of bodies: impenetrability • Other properties of bodies • The meaning of the comparison between different bodies • Qualitative and quantitative comparisons • Measurable properties and physical magnitudes • Measurement of a physical magnitudes • The metric decimal system • Length • The linear rule: a calibrated tool • Geometry • The fundamental bodies of geometry and the real world • Straight lines and curved lines • The metric wheel • The curvimeter • Closed lines • Plane figures, borderline and surface • Perimeter of a flat figure • Area of a flat figure • Simple polygons • Regular simple polygons • Isoperimetric polygons and polygons having same area • How to compare two polygons • Rectangles and squares • How to measure the area of an irregular polygon • Volume of solid bodies • Volume of liquid bodies • Graduated cylinder • Volume of an irregular solid
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