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Technology: Past, present, future

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Kyle Shook

on 27 October 2014

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Transcript of Technology: Past, present, future

Vocabulary
A History of Inventions
Technology Today
Write it Out: What's a current technology that you could not live without? Why?
Where do we go?
Final Thoughts
What will the future look like? Has technology ultimately improved or doomed humanity? Why or why not?

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Technology: Past, present, future
"Necessity is the Mother of Invention."

Turn and Talk. Discuss with a neighbor what you think this quotation means. What might cause people to invent things?
Task: Work in groups of 4 to 5
You will be given 3 minutes per era to discuss and design a "house" for the year you are given. Think about how people in this time would do things like: wash their clothes, cook their food, call their neighbors, entertain themselves, share ideas.

Year One: 1770
Year Two: 1910
Year Three: 2014
Group Chat:
What invention do you think has had the greatest impact on society?
Make a prediction:
What inventions do you think will be most remembered from this time period?
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