How Old Are You?
By Ann Jadin
In this interactive learning activity, learners explore factors that contribute to the aging process. Learners calculate their age based on biological, psychological, and social experiences. Further reflection allows the learner to consider options and assess issues that impact the aging process.
Learners read about audiological tests including pure tone testing, air conduction, bone conduction, Speech Reception Threshold, and Speech Discrimination Score. They listen to sounds and words recorded at different decibel levels and see a graphic representation of decibel ranges. A brief review concludes the activity.
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I knew our "way" of life could affect us but I never really put much thought into it. This gives you a quick view of a few things that can affect you and in what way. Nicely done!Posted by Heather Mullens on 12/14/2011 7:15:09 PM Reply