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History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
History of communication
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  • 1. History of Communication
  • 2. Can you imagine your life without modern means of communication?
  • 3. Radio fire signals smoke signals ship’s flags TV drums pigeons telephone snail mail Morse code cave drawings telegraph messages on stone columns
  • 4. Match the words and their definitions. a.able to be used 1.available 2.to deliver 3.efficient 4.inefficient 5.reliable 6.lingua franca 7.unreliable b. to take (goods, letters...) to people's houses or working places c. opposite to 'reliable' d. working or operating quickly and effec­tively in an organized way e. something that is reliable can be trusted because it works well f. a language which is used for communi­cation between groups of people who speak different languages g. opposite to 'efficient'
  • 5. People ran to (1)... messages faster. When running with a mes­sage, to deliver it in spoken form, it is safer to do it oneself. Sending anyone else is (2) as the game of Chinese whispers demonstrates. So, a system of writing was necessary. When writing appeared, messages on stone columns (3) ... very well across time, but they were an (4) ... method of communication across space. The system became more efficient when it was the message that travelled. People ran with the written messages, rode horses to save time. For example, the network of Persian roads in the 5 th century ВС made communication faster and more (5) .... New men and fresh horses were (6) ... at posting stations. A message could travel the full distance of the road from Susa to Sardis (3200 km) in ten days. What helped to make communication even more (7) ... was the Aramaic language as a (8)... used in Ancient Persia.
  • 6. Fill in the missing words from the box. 1. Now it is a general term for systems or technologies ... are used in sending and receiving messages over a distance elec­tronically. 2. There was a time ... cave drawings were painted on the walls of caves and canyons to tell the story of people's culture. 3. So are fires ... usually meant 'danger' or 'victory'. 4. Ancient Egypt was the first country ... birds - domesticated pigeons were used for sending messages. 5. 1843 was the year in ... Samuel Morse proposed a way to give every letter and number a special code (point, line and space). 6. It was Morse's symbol code ... we can still find used today. 7. It was Bell... managed to register it first. 8. Alexander Popov from Russia ... invention of the radio came before Marconi's, did not patent it. 9. In 1983, the military project Arpanet became available to universities and research centres, ... finally gave birth to the Internet.
  • 7. Help box Chinese Whispers (a game) = испорченный телефон BC – Before Christ Persia [`pɜːʃə] – the same as Iran Susa and Sadris – ancient Persian cities
  • 8. Agree or disagree with the statements. Prove your point of view. 1. 'Telecommunication' means communication at distance. 2. Messages on stone columns were an efficient means of communication across long distances. 3. The network of roads made delivering messages more reliable. 4. Latin used as a lingua franca in Ancient Persia made communication more efficient. 5. Smoke signals, fires, drums and pigeons were other means of sending messages in olden days. 6. The telegraph, the telephone, Morse code and the radio were all invented in the 18th century. 7. The television, the computer and the Internet were invented in the 20th century.
  • 9. Complete the interview with the necessary questions.
  • 10. Complete the given sentences. ... comes from Greek and means... The examples of telecommunication are... The first means of communication were... People started to communicate from... It was unreliable to send some other person to deliver messages because... Messages on stone columns appeared after... They were inefficient because... First means of communication based on words were... People could communicate without words by means of... The situation change a lot after the discovery of .... It led to ... A telephone was invented by... The Russian scientist G.Bell invented... The greatest inventions of the XX century are...
  • 11. If there were no mobile phones, what would you choose for communication?
  • 12. Thank you for your participation! Good bye!

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