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LEQ: What is the function or purpose of ANY technological device?
LEQ: What are the 5 primary methods of communication or ways we send information from one person to another?
LEQ: What were the three “ages” we spoke of in technology? When did each period take place and what characterized each period?
LEQ: What is an emerging technology?
LEQ: Technology, whether good or bad, always affects 3 areas. What are these 3 areas?
LEQ: What are the 5 MAIN areas or categories of Technology?
LEQ: What are the 4 subject areas of human knowledge that affect and are affected by Technology?
LEQ: What is communication technology? List 3 products we use for communication technology.
LEQ: What is manufacturing technology?
LEQ: What is transportation technology? List 3 examples
LEQ: What is bio-related technology? Give an example.
LEQ: What is combined technology? Give an example.
Be able to give an example of how the four areas of human knowledge affect and are affected by technology.
What is a technology assessment?
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