More about Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander Graham Bell was interested in the troubles of deaf peoples-people who can’t hear. Both of his father and his grandfather had spent their lives studying human speech and teaching the deaf to speak. Just a few years before he invented the telephone, Alexander opened a school for teachers of the deaf.

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Alexander Graham Bell was also interested in electricity. He experimented with things he hoped might help the deaf to hear. These experiments gave him the idea for the telephone.

In his invention a sound-such as a person speaking-made a thin circle of metal vibrate, or move back and forth very fast. The vibrating part changed the way electricity moved through the wires from one phone to another. A loud sound sent more electricity through the wires than a soft sound.

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These electric changes made a part in the listener’s phone vibrate, which created a sound very much like the sound the speaker made into his phone. That’s pretty much how the telephone still works today. To the person listening, it seems as though the sound is coming through the wire. But it isn’t- only electricity is! The electricity is changed back into sound inside the listener’s telephone.

When someone invents something, that is only the beginning. Men all over the world immediately look for ways to make the invention work better. That is exactly what happened with the telephone.

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If Mr. Bell were alive today, he would probably surprised and pleased to see how his telephone has been improved. Now telephone calls can be made to millions of people all over the world. On some calls the message goes through wires inside huge cables stretched across the ocean bottom. On other calls the message is sent by radio and bounced off communications satellites high above the Earth.

The First Telephone

“Go down the hall, Mr Watson. Let’s try it again.”
Mr. Watson went down the hall and waited in a tiny room. How many, many times he had waited until the little wooden box in front of him hummed or buzzed.

“Hums and buzzes,” he sighed. “That’s all I ever hear-hums and buzzes.”

Suddenly the box buzzed again. But this time, with the buzzing sound, came words.

“Mr. Watson, come hear. I want you,” the box squawked anxiously.

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Mr. Watson didn’t know whether to laugh or to cry. The voice coming through the box sounded worried, as if Mr Bell might be in trouble. Mr. Watson ran down the hall to the laboratory, shouting,” It works! It works!”

Mr Bell forgot all about the acid he had spilled on his trousers.

“Good!” he exclaimed. “Good!”

It was March 10,1876-the day the Alexander Graham Bell’s invention, the telephone finally worked.

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Although most people remember Alexander Graham Bell for his invention of the telephone, he experimented with many things. He tried new ways of teaching deaf children how to speak, found different uses for electricity, and studied ways of travelling by air.

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(怡保 20 日讯)国会下议院副议长倪可敏表示,霹雳希盟州政府把官方新春大团拜移师至州内主题乐园成功吸引数以万计人潮是正确的策略,因为这不但证明州政府与民同欢庆,也推广州内旅游热点,是双管齐下的精明策略。

也是安顺国会议员的倪可敏今日发表文吿指出,去年改朝换代后州政府第一次主办开斋节开放门户活动就一改以往前朝国阵在大臣官邸举行节庆活动的作风,把开斋节活动移师到美露动漫画主题公园让公众免费入场,结果成功吸引五万人潮,成功打破纪录,也打响霹州主题公园的名堂。

倪可敏指出,今年农历新年州政府再创新猷,把官方新春大团拜移师到怡保打扪迷失世界水上乐园举行并免费开放于公众,此举不但成功宣传州内的旅游胜地,愈三万八千人的出席人数也成为霹州史上出席人数最多的新春大团拜,双管齐下的策略奏效值得给予赞扬与肯定。

也是州政府经济顾问的倪可敏说,州政府今年矢言与民众一起拼经济,新春大团拜的万人空巷象征一个好的开始,希望能够在州内开创更多商机、也吸引更多国内外的投资者来霹雳州投资。

(图):倪可敏出席州政府大团拜并与王储拉惹査化握手问好。左二为州行政议员陈家兴。

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行动党安顺区国会议员倪可敏指出,希盟政府关注学校拨款的用途,以防有拨款“虫蛀”及私收佣金事件,确保所有拨款都用得其所,一仙都不能少了。他说,教育不会有估价师去评估拨款的数额与实际用途,以免发生报大数、货不对版或滥用等情况发生。他说,任何人若发现有人从中“蛀害”教育部拨款,或有人能索取佣金,请马上向他或当局揭发,必会采取严厉追究。倪可敏今日到访安顺三民华中,移交教育部61万令吉拨款给安顺数间华校时这么说。

他说,校方必须确保拨款用其所得,甚至物超所值,也不要存放在银行内“收利息”,应该尽快用在适当的发展用途,让莘莘学子受惠,发展校务与建设。“我会关注这些拨款的用途,如果校方用得好,明年还可以给更多,若没有好好运用,就会追究。”
倪可敏说,华教栽培许多人才,一个国家必须注重教育,才能取得成功,成为先进国家。另外,倪可敏说,希盟也灌输微型华小的发展,目前已拨款10万令吉给双溪泗里中华小学。

三民华中董事长陈鸿基感谢教育部的拨款,也感谢倪可敏亲自到来移交款项,让校方从中受惠,能更佳的发展校务。随同出席者尚有克兰芝州议员张哲敏及5间学校的董协领袖。国会下议院副议长倪可敏呼吁获得教育部拨款的学校,应该珍惜并确保工程物超所值,否则当局将会严加追究。他说,这些拨款得来不易,如果其中出现货不对版或干捞现象,校方必须要作出解释。

也是安顺区国会议员及后廊区州议员的倪可敏今日在华联一校移交25万令吉,以及移交6万5000令吉该甘文丁培才小学时说,他上个月宣布将展开访问霹雳州的华中之旅,目前以接近完成,而17所中学也获得教育部拨款共334万令吉。他表示,华联一校所获得的拨款主要是为了维修行政楼的屋顶及学校厕所。此外,该校也额外申请100万令吉,以重建已被列为危楼的一排12间旧课室。

他说,这些在1958年所见的可是,由于白蚁繁生而被公共工程局列为了危楼,校方打算重建,而他会尽力协助。华联一校董事长蔡长深表示,校方打算在拆除旧的课室并重建,把新教室辟为才艺班及历史走廊,让学生对该校的历史有进一步的了解。

The Lonely Giant

School was out!On this fine spring day, a group of schoolboys in Vienna were running along the street.

“Look!” one of the boys cried.” There’s a crazy man!”

A short, stocky man is an old green coat was walking ahead of them. His long hair looked as if it had never combed. His pockets were stuffed with papers and pencils and all sorts of things. Sometimes he pulled out of paper and scribbled on it, talking to himself. Sometimes he growled like a bear, and sometimes he laughed and waved his arms around.

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The boys watched the strange man as he went down the street. The the boys ran on.But one boys, Franz, dropped behind. He wanted to stay with his friends, but he had to go home and practice the piano. His parents had promised that if he practiced every day they would take him to the concert to hear music of the great compose Ludwig van Beethoven, who had not appeared in public for many years. And Franz didn’t want to miss seeing the great man-a giant in the world of music.

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The night of the concert came. Most of the important people in Vienna-princes, barons and dukes were there. Franz stood on tiptoe to see the stage. He noticed that even ‘the crazy man’ was there. In his old green coat he walked right up onto the stage and nobody stopped him!

Franz saw him stand before the orchestra and pick up the baton. He couldn’t believe his eyes. Was ‘the crazy man’ the great Beethoven? The orchestra began to play Ninth Symphony.

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The people had never heard such music. Indeed this was the first performance of the Ninth Symphony and some of its music is considered among the greatest Beethoven ever wrote. The audience was impressed by the composer’s new ideas.

When the orchestra stopped playing, the people shouted “Bravo!” and clapped. But Beethoven couldn’t hear them. The poor composer was deaf. He could hear neither the beautiful music he had written nor the cheering of the crowd. One of the performers gently turned him around so that he could see the people clapping.

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Beethoven had a sad and lonely life. When he became deaf, he hid. He talked to people and made friends only through his music. Today, though he has been dead for more than a hundred years , his music still makes friends for him.