9 edition of The science book of sound found in the catalog.
Simple experiments demonstrate basic principles of sound and music.
|LC Classifications||QC225.5 .A69 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||90048029|
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The Science Book of Sound by Neil Ardley is a great book that teaches students about the characteristics of sound. It allows students to explore their sense of hearing by teaching them about sounds and how it forms.
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In The Sound Book, renown (?) acoustic scientist Trevor Cox – a soundophile – takes us on a journey around the world and visits several spaces that somehow alter the sounds we hear.
Throughout the book, Cox discusses several phenomena and visits unusual spaces that affect the way we hear echoes, reverb, amplified whispers, and silence/5. Label each of the parts together as a class, or ask students to work independently, guided by books or Web sites (see "Sound Science Resources," above).
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