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    the invention of the telephone has changed the human life. Today we have a very advanced telephone but it all started 140 years ago with a simple microphone. Year 1876 Alexander G. Bell received his patent on the telephone. This was a revolutionary invention that awed the general public. Only three days after filing the patent Bell called his assistant Mr. Watson from a nearby room and said the famous first message on the telephone “Mr. Watson, come here, I need you”. [1] Bell was however not first with experimenting with telephones but many people recognize Bell as the inventor of the telephone. The original inventor of the telephone is the Florence emigrant Antonio Meucci. [2]…

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    1- To improve the overall quality of telephone service in my organization I would provide the training on knowing how to answer the phone with good manners and also emergent good communication conducts are imperative skills you can study to learn how to answer the phones. I will show them how to come upon a selection of circumstances, I will tell them we have to improve our services and its responsibility, especially for our public to help develop and to ensure the business to be able to focus…

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    Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone? Alexander was constantly working on scientific experiments and he became a famous man. Now, hundreds of thousands people can communicate through phones. Bell also worked on a school to help the deaf to enroll. His invention helps life today because we can now communicate through technology called the telephone. Alexander’s Father established a school for the deaf to learn and Alexander also helped the deaf learn. He also inspired …

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    Alexander Graham Bell was significant to the world because he created a faster and more efficient way of communication by inventing the telephone. Bell’s father, grandfather, and brother has all been associated with work on speech, and both his mother and wife were deaf, profoundly influencing Bell's life's work. At the age of twenty three, Alexander Graham Bell moved to Canada with his parents. His research on hearing and speech at Boston University further led him to experiences with…

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    IND317 Blog #1 Fei Teng Jan. 21, 2016 After watching these five YouTube Videos relates to this chapter, there are three things stood out for me. First of all, in the video, “Telephone History ‘A Story Without End’ 1950 AT&T ”, the project, which is the workers underlaid the ground with a cable was really impressive me. It is a great project because this underground cable let people have a chance to communicate with others through a telephone at that time. Except it, this project is really…

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    The 1800’s was a time for advancement, and one of the biggest advancements was the telephone. The invention of the telephone has made life through society much easier. Before the telephone, there was no form of communication besides face-to-face. In today’s society, the telephone is one of the most used inventions. (Thesis Statement) The invention of the telephone has had one of the biggest impacts on society impacting communication, technology, reading and writing. The telephone was invented…

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    How do the poems “If—”, “Telephone Conversation”, “Remember”, and three other poems present and explore conflict. Conflict occurs everywhere, anytime, and doesn’t have to involve many people. “If—” presents the conflict between an individual and other people, which is also an individual’s conflict with society. “Telephone Conversation” presents the conflict between races in society. Both of these are examples of external conflict, which involves more than one person. “Remember”, on the other…

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    Rotary Telephone Education

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    As a perspective teacher I find my self entering a profession that is the state of transition. The education system that I once knew is about as cutting edge as a rotary telephone. While some may believe that their rotary telephone has always got the job done and if it ain 't broke why fix it? The truth is that education system of yesteryear is not going to cut it. In fact it hasn 't cut it for quite awhile. Another truth is that the education system that is currently in place is already…

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    DEFINITION OF THE TELEPHONE The telephone can be defined in so many different ways, but for the purpose of this paper, it will be defined as a device that has the ability to convert different form of electrical and sound waves put together into a signal that can be heard between two different people or more (conference call) using the telephone. In a nutshell, the telephone is a system that is used to transmit voice messages through electric signals. Basically, the two basic parts that are used…

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    The Innateness of a Plural Identity: Michelle Cliff’s No Telephone to Heaven Michelle Cliff’s novel No Telephone to Heaven is one part of a three novel series that follows the journey of multiple characters as they navigate through spaces they occupy in Jamaica and in between the various identities they take on simultaneously (Grimes “Michelle Cliff”). As a Jamaican-American author, many of Cliff’s works revolve around the plurality of identity as one’s interpretation of themselves through the…

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