Communication Then and Now


The way we communicate with others is continuously changing as technology evolves. From telephone operators to Skype, this book examines how and why communication has progressed since the early 19th century. Critical thinking is encouraged through spread-by-spread comparisons of mail to email and everything in between.

  • 24 pages
  • Ages: 6-9


Discover continuity and change in this lovely Then and Now Series for young children.

By examining both continuity and change, children can begin to develop a more nuanced understanding of the past and the ways in which it has shaped the present. They can learn to identify the factors that have contributed to historical events and the ways in which these events have influenced the course of history. This critical thinking skill is essential for understanding the complexities of the past and for making informed decisions about the future.

Additional information

Weight 0.138 kg
Dimensions 24.0 × 21.5 × 0.64 cm
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