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Post by Riyann Elling Wed Apr 12, 2023 3:23 pm

For today's lesson Riyann had different items muggles used to communicate with one another scattered around the room creating different stations for each one. On the board she had listed each one along with how they were used.

Telephones: These devices allow people to communicate with one another by speaking into a microphone and listening to the other person's voice through a speaker or earpiece. Telephones can be connected to a landline or a cellular network.
Computers: Muggles use computers to send and receive emails, browse the internet, and communicate with others through messaging apps and social media platforms.
Smartphones: These devices combine the functions of telephones and computers into a single device. Smartphones can make phone calls, send text messages, access the internet, and run apps.
Radios: Radios use radio waves to transmit and receive audio signals over long distances. Muggles use radios to listen to music, news, and other broadcasts.
Televisions: These devices use radio waves to transmit and receive video signals. Muggles use televisions to watch movies, TV shows, and other video content.
Each number listed on the board corresponded to the numbers on the tables. She leaned against the table that served as her desk at the front of the room waiting for the students to arrive.
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