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.
Perfect for B.C.s new Grade 1 curriculum, and Grade 1-3 in all other provinces.
- ISBN: 9780778701422
- Author: Bobbie Kalman
- 24 pages
- Ages: 6-9
Discover continuity and change in this lovely Then and Now Series for young children.
One of the Six Historical Thinking Skills, continuity and change helps historians think critically about history. Even young children can begin to learn to evaluate historical things using critical thinking skills.
|Dimensions||24.0 × 21.5 × 0.3 cm|