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History Of Communicate Part 1


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History Of Communicate Part 1

  1. 1. By: Karalee Ham
  2. 2. Cave drawings were murals that people painted onto the walls of caves and canyons to tell the story of their culture. Drums were one way to send signals to neighboring tribes and groups. Smoke signals were another way to send messages to people who were not close enough to use words with
  3. 3. Printing Press Johann Gutenburg invented an actual printing press. POWER PRESS 1600’S Rome developed a printing press in 1965.
  4. 4. The idea for the electric telegraph In 1837, was thought of on Samuel the ship “Scully” Finley invented the telegraph ( DOT = * DASH = - LONG DASH = ---- ) CHARACTER: MORSE CODE CONTINENTAL CODE A *- *- Example B -*** -*** of Morse C ** * -*-* D -** -** Code E * * F *-* **-*
  5. 5. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in Boston, in 1876
  6. 6. Television makes it possible to teach lessons for kids
  7. 7. Konrad Zuse is popularly recognized in Germany as the quot;father of The ENIAC (the computerquot; Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) was built at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Pennsylvania in Programmable 1943-1945 automation system build between 1936 and 1938 What will computers be like in the future? They only thing we can be sure of is that they will be smaller, faster, more affordable, and will be able to process and store more and more information.
  8. 8. (2.2) History. The student understands time and chronology. The student is expected to: (c) create and interpret timelines. (2.15) Reading/inquiry/research. The student generates questions and conducts research about topics using information from a variety of sources, including selections read aloud. The student is expected to: (E) recognize and use parts of a book to locate information, including table of contents, chapter titles, guide words, and indices. (3.20) Writing/inquiry/research. The student uses writing as a tool for learning and research. The student is expected to: (B) record or dictate his/her own knowledge of a topic n various ways such as by drawing pictures, making lists, and showing connections among ideas.
  9. 9. Works Cited History of communication An excellence kid friendly website