WHAT DO YOU CALL THE OBJECT? light bulb BECAUSE: gives out light when connected to electricity THE OBJECT REPRESENTS: work EXPLAIN WHY (BELIEF OR FEELING): you have to have light to see what you're doing PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION - SHAPE: pear-shaped COLOR(S): white MATERIAL: glass CULTURAL DESCRIPTION OF OBJECT: WHERE DID YOU FIND IT? in lamp at home HOW DID IT GET THERE? (Where did it come from) my mother bought it at a store (sand, water, aluminum, tungsten - all things from ground) WHO DID IT BELONG TO? brother's room WHO MADE IT? General Electric Corporation HOW WAS IT MADE? manufactured by mining, crushing sand and mixing with water WHAT OTHER KINDS OF OBJECTS ARE SIMILAR TO THIS ONE OR USED WITH THIS ONE? lamp shade, flashlight HOW IS THE OBJECT USED? screw it into something that is connected to electricity WHO USES THE OBJECT MOST OF THE TIME? everyone in family - turn on lights when it's dark - my bedroom, no window WHERE WOULD YOU USUALLY FIND THE OBJECT? in a light socket IS IT BROKEN OR COMPLETE?--what is missing? complete WHAT DO YOU FEEL ABOUT IT, THINK ABOUT IT--YOUR ATTITUDE: it's an important thing, need light VALUE: WHAT IS THE FUTURE HISTORICAL VALUE OF THE OBJECT? see how we lighted our houses WHY DID YOU SELECT IT? thought people of future would be interested HOW MUCH DO YOU THINK THE OBJECT IS WORTH TODAY? $.42 WOULD YOU LIKE TO KEEP THE OBJECT? yes, still useful

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