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    The Five Senses

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    There are between five and twenty-one senses depending on your definition of a sense. The five basic senses that everyone can generally agree upon are touch, smell, sight, and hearing. The sense I was assigned to research is taste. The sense organ associated with taste is the tongue. The Lingual Papillae, Sulcus Termanalis, Tonsils, Adenoids and Frenulum Linguae are the main parts of the tongue. The Superior Longitudinal, Inferior Longitudinal, Transverse and Vertical muscles are the Intrinsic Muscles. The Genioglossus, Hypoglossus, Styloglossus and Palatoglossus muscles are the Extrinsic Muscles. The Chorda Tympani Nerve, Glosso-Pharyngeal Nerve and the Vagus Nerve are all nerves of the tongue. Each part of the tongue has its own unique function. The Papillae contain taste buds, which help us identify the different tastes of the food we eat. Foliate, Vallate and Fungiform Papillae have the taste buds that help identify taste. Filiform Papillae help grip the food and keep it in place while eating. The Sulcus Terminalis divides the tongue into two halves. The Lingual and Palatine tonsils both help filter germs. The Adenoids help fight infection. The Frenulum Linguae secures the tongue in place…

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    Five Special Senses

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    that interpret pain impulses. The thalamus establishes the awareness of pain, and the cerebral cortex verifies the severity of the pain, discovers where the pain is coming from, and responds to the pain. Five Special Senses 1. Sense of Smell The olfactory organs of the nose are linked with the sense of smell. To aid in food selection, the…

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    your attention, I see that you’re reading this or at least listening to this. Did you notice you automatically read something without even thinking about it? Well, let me tell you this, imagine you can’t see, hear, smell, touch or even taste? Things would be different, that’s for sure. While most people go on with life without realizing they have one of the greatest gifts on Earth. With millions of people disabled, we need to realize how important our senses are for our everyday life. Our senses…

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    Our Five Senses

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    Starting at birth, we discover the world through our senses. As infants we begin to learn to identify our mother through her smell and the sound of her voice. During our growth, our five senses continue to play a major role in our development. What we hear, smell, see, touch, and taste help us form schemas and assimilate new information. What organs are responsible for this? How do they work? Our eyes are made up of eleven essential parts which work to together and allow us to see the world.…

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    Lesson Plan Format Type of Lesson Read-Aloud Lesson Students will be reinforcing what they have already learned about the five senses through Rain by Manya Stojic, with a discussion focusing on the difference in the five senses and the impact they have on the story and its characters. Information about the Class Grade Level: 27 Kindergarteners Reading Levels: The students in this class cannot read on their own yet. Diversity – Gender: 12 girls and 15 boys. Linguistic Diversity: From what has…

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    Every day around the world, people live without one of the five senses that others often take for granted. These five senses would include: the sense of touch, hearing, taste, eyesight, and smell. Occasionally, people lose certain senses as they begin to grow older, or have possibly endured a traumatic experience at some period within their life. Many elderly people live without the sense of sight or hearing. Those who have experienced severe burns or frostbite, or nerve damage, can possibly…

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    aids while another may work better with hands on projects. Even though learning may happen differently from student to student, there is something that all students share; the five senses. Dr. A. Jean Ayres, who is known for her work on sensory integration, “maintained that the basic operating premise of the theory of sensory integration is that effective learning occurs when the senses are stimulated with incoming information” (Ragonese 3). The five senses have organs which are made up of cells…

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    To accurately process information about one 's surroundings, humans use five senses to interpret them. In 2011, Gehl wrote about how the five senses work in both physical and social situations. He mostly described the perception and optimal distances for each sense. But how does this relate to parks? Every park has a designer or many. These designers had to plan out every element from obvious aspects like bridges and playgrounds to seemingly arbitrary details like how tall a ledge should be or…

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    The five senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch are faculties that allow us to perceive the outside world. While everyone is not gifted with all five senses, they do grant us the ability to interaction with our surroundings when they are stimulated. In the Meditations, Descartes examine sensory perception and the role in plays in our lives. He questions how powerful but at the same time insufficient sensory perception is to the overall aspect of the mind. Descartes wants to examine…

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    The five distinct senses act independently; However, they also team up to empower the mind to have a more useful understanding of its surroundings. What would the world be like if we couldn’t taste, smell, listen, feel or had no vision? Have you ever seen something that reminded you of a loved one? Smelt a scent and it brought back a certain place or memory? Every moment of the day at least one of our senses is working hard; replenishing the Brain with new information on how to be safe, how to…

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