Lesson 11 - Soundscape and Acoustic Space Maps

Students listen to the soundscape around them, then diagram and map the soundscape using symbols, different colors, and other ways to graphically represent sound.

After the soundscape and acoustic space maps are completed, students will have an opportunity to write a poem using imagery, and figurative language, especially onomatopoeia.

Finally, students will answer NGSS Cross-Cutting Concept questions and forming a cohesive, scientific paragraph.

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