How to muffle sound [electronic resource].

by Alexander Street Press [supplier.]Looking glass; Brook Lapping Productions [producer.].

Series: Lesson starters: Publisher: [England] : Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009.Description: 1 online resource (2 min.).Subject(s): Problem solvingLooking glass | Sounds -- Study and teaching | SoundsLooking glass | Instructional television programs | Nonfiction television programsLooking glassPreviously released as DVD.Note: Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).Language: This edition in English. Summary: This comedy drama features Andy Back who is trying to settle down to read his book before going to sleep. Unfortunately the neighbour starts to play some very loud music and Andy has the challenge of how to muffle the sound so that he can get to sleep. He is quite ingenious and perhaps a little silly, employing pillows, hats, scarves, even tissue paper in his ears. Eventually he finds a solution and drifts off to sleep only to be woken by his very loud alarm clock. This Lesson Starter prompts children to think about how well different materials muffle sound.PROMPT QUESTION: What materials are best to muffle sound?Online access: Watch this video from Alexander Street Press
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Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).

This comedy drama features Andy Back who is trying to settle down to read his book before going to sleep. Unfortunately the neighbour starts to play some very loud music and Andy has the challenge of how to muffle the sound so that he can get to sleep. He is quite ingenious and perhaps a little silly, employing pillows, hats, scarves, even tissue paper in his ears. Eventually he finds a solution and drifts off to sleep only to be woken by his very loud alarm clock. This Lesson Starter prompts children to think about how well different materials muffle sound.PROMPT QUESTION: What materials are best to muffle sound?

Previously released as DVD.

Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (VAST: Academic video online). Available via World Wide Web.

This edition in English.

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