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Telephone Invention Presentation!

Brooke Thomas's Outlook on the Telephone
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Brooke Thomas

on 23 February 2012

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Transcript of Telephone Invention Presentation!

The Telephone Who invented the
Telephone? Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. Alexander was born on March 3 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland . He was also raised there for most of his life. His parents were Alexander Melville Bell, and Eliza Grace. His family was well known for teaching citizens to speak english clearly and fluently. Alexander was married to Mabel Gardiner and had two daughters with her, Elise and Marian Bell. He was a professor at the Boston University, As well as being a teacher, he was an inventor. He was particularly intrested in the education of deaf people. This lead him to create the first microphone before he created the telephone. When and where was the
telephone invented? The telephone was invented in 1876. Alexander Graham Bell worked on the "Electric Speech Machine" in his summer house in Mt. Pleasant, Ontario. It was bought by his father Alexander Melville Bell in 1870, Today it is known as the Bell Homestead. Later, he physically created the "Electric Speech Machine" in Boston, Massachusetts. But, it was not only him who had invented the telephone, he had Thomas Watson as an assistant. What problems did it solve? Did the telephone create new
Problems? The telephone did create new problems. For one thing the telephone enables telemarketers to interact with you unwanted. The telephone is an added expense for people,.. In the beginning, there was no industry to support the invention. People had to learn to build and repair telephones, and to put up wires to connect them.
Has this invention changed the world? Inventors have already invented the cellphone, and are working to improve this invention by using your thoughts and voice to enable the device. Thank you for watching!
A statue of Alexander in the front portico of the Bell
Telephone Building of Brantford, Ontario In case of an emergency, you can call the authorities and get help
sent right away. Even for people who live close by you can be in touch without
having to travel to see them This invention has changed the world. It enables you to have contact Before people had to rely mail which often took weeks, months or even a year depending on where they lived. When the telephone was first introduced only the very wealthy could afford them. Eventually, the middle-class were able to have them installed in their homes. It kept families connected . When an emergency was happening, people wouldn't have any way of communication outside of the household.
Alexander Graham Bell
I WUV YOU! You can talk to someone across an ocean in a matter of minutes instead of having to wait years for a letter to get to them. an Older wall phone, This phone used an operator Alexander using one of his earlier models A cellphone!!! You can let people know if you're going to be late or cancel
plans, or if you're sick and can't go to work. How might this invention continue to change in the years to come?
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