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MANTA HIGH SCHOOL

MEMBERS:
CARREÑO MONTES PATRICIA
JAGAPE ALCIVAR KEVIN
INTRIAGO MARCILLO KELLY
LOZANO CORRALES SHAYAN
MAJAO LAZ KARLA
MOREIRA ROSADO MAYLIN
PALMA VERA GEMA
TOBAR GUERRERO JORGE

MATTER:
ENGLISH

2018-2019
HISTORY OF THE IRON
It is located as the origin of the plate, approximately in the fourth century.
There are documents indicating that the Chinese used a tin container, which contained
embers and possessed a handle.
In the West, a glass, marble or wood straightener was used, which was used cold and
the use of starch rubber was made on clothes that did not allow hot work. This was
used until around the 15th century.
Only in the seventeenth century appears the quote of the term plate.

DIALOGUE:
First narrator
The origin of the plate is located approximately in the fourth century by Henry Weely.
The Chinese used a tin container that contained embers and possessed a mango.
-PATRICIA: ¡oh! this will serve much
-JAGAPE: What are you doing
-PATRICIA: I'm creating something that will help us a lot
-SHAYAN: Will it serve us much?
-PATRICIA: yes?
-SHAYAN: Do you think that a glass, marble or wood straightener will you believe
something?
-SHAYAN: this is stupid
-JAGAPE: Don't worry if you do it.

Second narrator
In the 18th century the first plates, generally made of iron, were heated by fire. later
the hollow plates appeared that were loaded with so-called embers, gas or alcohol.
-PATRICIA: Finally finally
-JAGAPE: What's up?
-PATRICIA: I get it create the iron
-KARLA: The iron
-PATRICIA: If it's my invention that I've been working on it for a long time
-KARLA: What we hope you have to see if it works. bring clothes
-ALL: waooo!!
- SHAYAN: it will be very useful
Third narrator
So as the step was made improvements in the plates in which had several evolutions
and are: the iron plate, electric iron and steam iron.
-currently steam iron
It has an independent steam generator that makes the task of ironing something
faster and easier; The steam is usually expelled through small holes in the metallic
ironing surface, through which the steam is dosed towards the garment. The steam
irons emit two types of steam: continuous steam and super steam.