Sense organs – sense of touch © Siemens Stiftung 2016 CC BY-SA 4.0 international

Sense organs – sense of touch

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A blind person can, with the help of his fingers and sense of touch, read Braille, for example, on a banknote.

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2018-10-26
On banknotes there is a sign specially for blind people so that they can distinguish between the different denominations even without being able to see the notes.

Information and ideas:
Who can find the sign?
In which situations do you need your sense of touch?

Relevant for teaching:
Structure and function of a sensory organ
Reception of stimuli and processing of information
Senses discover the environment
Example
Biology; Personal, social and health education (PSHE)
Grade 1 to 4; Grade 5 to 6; Grade 7 to 9; Grade 10 to 13
Elementary school; Middle/high school; Vocational training
Sense organ; Skin
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