Sequence of same sounds with varying echoes makes spatial perception clear. A sound in a living room is different to what it is in a hall.
We know from experience: When we find a cave, we shout into it to see how big it is, before we dare to enter it.
Information and ideas:
The recording simulates different rooms. A sequence of sounds is played. At first, you have the impression you are in a small room and, at the end, in a big hall.
There can be a class discussion about what the rooms might look like.
Relevant for teaching:
Reception of stimuli and processing of information
Senses discover the environment