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A power point by smarties p6t

A power point by smarties p6t

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  • 1. The Ear By Kiera , Leigh , Aaron and Dylan
  • 2. How do we hear
    • Hearing starts with the outer ear.
    • When a sound come’s near your ear your eardrum start’s to move or shakes. Also on your ear you have a floppy bit of skin which is called a pinna.
  • 3. Facts of the ear
    • In the your ear you have a strum. It is the smallest bone. When a sound comes near your strum moves.
    • If someone comes and talks in your ear your eardrum star’s to pump.
  • 4. Inside the ear
    • Inside the ear it has 3 ear bones and also has a drum, canal, pinna, anvil and a hammer.
  • 5. This image has been (or is hereby) released into the public domain by its author, Dpickard at the English Wikipedia project. This applies worldwide
  • 6. Information
    • The web sites we looked at were
    • www.wikepeda.co.uk
    • We hope you enjoyed our slide
    • Thanks for watching.