The Ear

The Ear

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  • Hi my name Jeffrey and I'm going to show you the parts of the ear!
  • Hi my name is Dora and IIIIII will show you the parts of the ear. 
  • Actually it's the pinna or outer ear.
  • This outer section is called the cochlea. It collects sound.
  • The next part is the ear canal which is a piece of skin stretched tightly.
  • Actually the ear canal is what the sound travels through to get to the ear drum.
  • Next is the eardrum which is a piece of tightly stretched skin that vibrates when sound waves hit it.
  • Wow! You actually got it right this time.
  • Congratulations! You are correct. 
  • Next are the ossicles which are the three tiniest bones in your body.
  • And the cochlear nerve carries the auditory sensory information from the cochlea to the brain.
  • Lastly is the cochlea and the cochlear nerve. The cochlea receives sound in the form of vibrations.
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