Alexander Bell "Ahoy There" A One-Page Literacy w Follow-up Qs

Alexander Bell "Ahoy There" A One-Page Literacy w Follow-up Qs
Alexander Bell "Ahoy There" A One-Page Literacy w Follow-up Qs
Alexander Bell "Ahoy There" A One-Page Literacy w Follow-up Qs
Alexander Bell "Ahoy There" A One-Page Literacy w Follow-up Qs
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Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell refused to answer the telephone with "Hello"? He preferred the boating term "Ahoy" or "Ahoy There." It was Edison that stepped in to make sure that "Hello" was the proper greeting. Bell refused to accept this decision. This is a one-page article which includes the follow-up questions for easy copying for students.

Make sure you check out these other one-page literacy articles from Scorton Creek:
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30 minutes
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