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1 Influential Person Requirements This powerpoint is an example of the requirements for the influential person powerpoint. Does not have to be exactly like this but should cover many of the same information

2 Influential Person Requirements Born - Death What significant contribution did they give to technology or society Was it long lasting or regional How they got started, their struggles, failures, accomplishments. Provide a SWOT of their contribution = List one for each category – Strength – Weakness – Opportunity – Threat 10 slide powerpoint. With at least three to five points per slide.

3 Explain the technology - Suwak Early Toothbrush

4 Toothbrush Natural bristle brushes were invented by the ancient Chinese who made toothbrushes with bristles from the necks of cold climate pigs. French dentists were the first Europeans to promote the use of toothbrushes in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. *

5 William Addis Clerkenwald, England, created the first mass-produced toothbrush. The first American to patent a toothbrush was H. N. Wadsworth and many American Companies began to mass-produce toothbrushes after The Pro-phy-lac-tic brush made by the Florence Manufacturing Company of Massachusetts is one example of an early American made toothbrush. The Florence Manufacturing Company was also the first to sell toothbrushes packaged in boxes. In 1938, DuPont manufactured the first nylon bristle toothbrushes. Hard to believe, but most Americans did not brush their teeth until Army soldiers brought their enforced habits of tooth brushing back home after World War II. *

6 William Addis The first real electric toothbrush was produced in 1939, and developed in Switzerland. In 1960, Squibb marketed the first American electrical toothbrush in the United States called the Broxodent. General Electric introduced a rechargeable cordless toothbrush in Introduced in 1987, Interplak was the first rotary action electrical toothbrush for home use. *

7 1907

8 SWOT of Toothbrush Strength – Must identify a strength of their contribution Weakness – Must identify a weakness of their contribution Opportunity – Must identify an outside source that is an opportunity of their contribution Threat – Must identify an outside source that is threat of their contribution

9 Strength of Toothbrush Better oral hygiene Maintain teeth longer without requiring them to be pulled due to rot*

10 Weakness of Toothbrush People who have lost arms can not use a handheld toothbrush*

11 Opportunity of Toothbrush Now that people have a way to brush their teeth, someone will have to invent a paste that helps brush the teeth*

12 Threats of a Toothbrush Preconceived ideas may make many individuals hesitate to place a tool in their mouths to use *

13 Toothpaste In 1892, Dr. Washington Sheffield of Connecticut manufactured toothpaste into a collapsible tube named Dr. Sheffield's Creme Dentifrice. In 1896, Colgate Dental Cream was packaged in collapsible tubes imitating Sheffield. Advancements in synthetic detergents made after WW II allowed for the replacement of the soap used in toothpaste with emulsifying agents such as Sodium Lauryl Sulphate and Sodium Ricinoleate. A few years later, Colgate started to add fluoride to toothpaste. *

14 Poplar Science Mag 1932 Example of a failed Opportunity

15 Charts or graphs are acceptable

16 Do not Cram information into slide

17 Powerpoints Must have at least 10 slides*


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