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Bright Ideas Emerging from the Dark Thomas Edison. By: Sarah Lessard. Core Question. “How can a Coventry High School student inform younger students about the famous scientist Thomas Edison and how he has greatly changed our society through his many inventions ?”.
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Splendid Ideas Emerging from the Dark Thomas Edison By: Sarah Lessard

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Core Question "By what method can a Coventry High School understudy illuminate more youthful understudies about the well known researcher Thomas Edison and how he has incredibly changed our general public through his numerous developments ?"

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Reason for Core Question Interested in what Thomas Edison imagined and how creations affected world I needed to take in more about the renowned researcher, Thomas Edison, and why he was so imperative in the public arena Wanted to instruct different understudies and further their insight likewise about how this one researcher left such an awesome effect on society.

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Plan to Complete Capstone Project and Product Stay on errand Take class time truly Always attempt and stretch out beyond calendar Set individual time dates to keep myself on undertaking Work hard!!!

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Proposal Research Thomas Edison Make narrative about Thomas Edison Introduce my point and center question to class Show narrative to the class of understudies After film, give understudies test Go over answers and make inquiries

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Why I Choose Proposal Expand upon my National History Day extend Prove to understudies significance of what Thomas Edison added to society

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Learning Stretch 1. Figure out how to make a narrative 2. Beat my dread of talking before substantial gatherings 3. Finding out about Thomas Edison\'s inventions 4. Keeping focused/falling behind 5. Figure out how to instruct a class

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Only researcher on the planet to develop 1,093 innovations His creations radically changed America His creations are still around today, however in various structures Hoar, William P. "The man who lit up the world." New American, The . 30 Jun 2003. 33. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 06 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>. Introduction about Edison

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Thomas Edison as a Child Edison was conceived on February 11, 1847 in Milan Ohio His folks were Samuel Ogden Edison Jr. also, Nancy Matthews Elliott Edison just went to class from the ages of 7-12 He dropped out on the grounds that he was hard of hearing and thought that it was hard to focus Was a self educated individual Thomas Edison . American Business Leaders. ABC-CLIO Interactive. 2001. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 18 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>.

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Edison\'s Working Career as a Child Edison started working at 15 years of age He wandered the nation as a "tramp telegrapher" He worked for the transmit organization Western Union He sent and got messages over the broadcast Edison likewise enhanced the broadcast when he got more seasoned Thomas Edison . American Business Leaders. ABC-CLIO Interactive. 2001. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 18 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>.

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Edison\'s First Invention The electric vote recorder in 1869 Unsuccessful on the grounds that it took too long to count votes. It was unsuccessful, however Edison wasn\'t demoralized Thomas Edison . American Business Leaders. ABC-CLIO Interactive. 2001. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 18 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>.

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Menlo Park Edison moved to Menlo Park New Jersey in 1876 He assembled his first most popular research facility, Menlo Park Hired "muckers" to bail him out At the stature of Edison\'s vocation, he designed another innovation like clockwork Adair, Gene. "West Orange." Thomas Alva Edison: Inventing the Electric Age. n.p ., Oxford University Press. 1996. n.pag. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 20 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>.

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The Carbon Transmitter Edison\'s first fruitful creation Invented in March of 1878 Sound to sound electrical flag transducer Allowed individuals to talk over radio frameworks, through telephones, and on radios Led to the improvement of the phone by Alexander Graham Bell Thomas Edison . American Business Leaders. ABC-CLIO Interactive. 2001. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 18 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>.

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Invented the phonograph in 1877 Used the idea "phonography" to create sound The spaces delivered on par related paper created sound "Mary Had a Little Lamb" were the main words that Thomas Edison mumbled in the phonograph Most normally utilized gadget for playing music from 1870s to the 1940s Fantel, Hans. "The initial hundred years are the hardest." Opera News . 01 Dec 1999. 10. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 11 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>. The Phonograph

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Edison did not develop the light Improved it permitting it to consume for to 1200 hours Joseph Swan created first light that blazed for 150 hours Edison enhanced light by utilizing, bring down current power and an enhanced vacuum within the globe New light prompted electrical lighting "Light Bulb History - Invention of the Light Bulb." The Great Idea Finder - Celebrating the Spirit of Innovation . 18 Mar. 2009 <http://www.ideafinder.com/history/developments/lightbulb.htm>. The enhanced Light knob

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Improvement of light prompted electric lighting framework Powered processing plants and homes Changed monetary and social development of America Led to a wide range of social changes in America Still around today "Light Bulb History - Invention of the Light Bulb." The Great Idea Finder - Celebrating the Spirit of Innovation . 18 Mar. 2009 <http://www.ideafinder.com/history/creations/lightbulb.htm>. Electric Lighting

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Built in New Jersey in 1887 One of the biggest labs on the planet Half of Thomas Edison\'s innovations were worked here Edison chipped away at capacity batteries, the principal talking doll and movies Adair, Gene. "West Orange." Thomas Alva Edison: Inventing the Electric Age. n.p ., Oxford University Press. 1996. n.pag. eLibrary . Proquest CSA. COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL. 20 Mar 2009. <http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/curriculum>. West Orange

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Edison began taking a shot at movies in 1888 The Kinetograph was a movie camera The Kinetoscope was a peephole film viewer First regularly moving picture was a sniffle Known as the 10 th most critical individual in the film history. "Who Made America? | Innovators | Thomas Edison." PBS . 27 Mar. 2009 <http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/theymadeamerica/whomade/edison_hi.html>. Movies

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Fred Ott\'s Sneeze

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The First Motion Picture Came out in 1901 Was a boxing demonstration performed by the Gordon Sisters Bessie and Minnie Thomas Edison\'s organization even shot felines battling in a ring Thomas Edison\'s Company created a Projectoscope to show movies to substantial groups of onlookers "Thomas edison\'s innovations - ." Google Image Search . 25 Mar. 2009 <http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=thomas%20edison\'s%20inventions&safe=active&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi>.

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The Gordon Sisters

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Death and Influence on America Americans darkened their lights for one moment to see that Edison had really lite up America Invention of phonograph prompted better innovations, for example, iPod, CD player Led to enhanced films embellishments Mentioned at the Oscars Invention of phonograph prompted the Grammy\'s and Oscars Electrical lighting we utilize regular "Who Made America? | Innovators | Thomas Edison." PBS . 27 Mar. 2009 <http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/theymadeamerica/whomade/edison_hi.html>.

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Times of Presentation I exhibited to Mr. Knutton\'s ninth grade class Went on April 9, 2009 amid period two Presented from 9:15-9:40

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Pictures of Event

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Pictures of Event

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Pictures of Event

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Pictures of Event

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Overview of Product Students truly appreciated finding out about Thomas Edison They were keen on what he developed and asked numerous inquiries They were exceptionally neighborly and were not discourteous Most of them did truly well on the test so that implies they gained some new useful knowledge and my center question could be addressed Mr. Knutton said that it was exceptionally instructive to his class

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Obstacles Hard to discover new research that didn\'t rehash itself Had to change my proposition and present to a ninth grade class rather than a third grade class Had to continually change presentation date When I made narrative for N.H.D, narrative was difficult to make

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How to enhance Product Make the tests clearer Not talk as quick in narrative Have a more extended presentation discourse about Edison

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Learning Stretch Revisited Catalina Snape demonstrated to me proper methodologies to make a narrative Taught a class Learned a ton about Thomas Edison\'s developments Learned how to remain focused

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Final Reflection I learned a wide range of profitable lessons I will have for whatever is left of my life Stay centered amid class Be composed How to adapt to push Learned about Thomas Edison\'s innovations

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Answer to Core Question Yes, a Coventry High School Student can educate more youthful understudies about the acclaimed researcher Thomas Edison and demonstrate that he has significantly changed our general public through his numerous creations.

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Thank You Mr. Brissette Mrs. Johansen Mr. Marsella Ms. Avedisian Mr. Knutton Mr. Rosenfield

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