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THE INTERNET
A TYPICAL WEBPAGE
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THE INTERNET
A TYPICAL WEBPAGE

Slide 1 - Slide

What do you use Internet for?
E-mailing
researching
education and self-improvement
Friendship and dating
Electronic newspapers and magazines
Games
downloading files
job hunting
shopping
Discussion groups

Slide 2 - Poll

Slide 3 - Video

The Internet is a system of physical _______ travelling all around the world.
A
DATA
B
CABLES
C
SATELLITES
D
WEBPAGES

Slide 4 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of
A
Packets
B
Folders
C
Files

Slide 5 - Quiz

What percentage of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
70%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 6 - Quiz

What happens when a fibre optic cable (ūü¶ą) stops working?
A
The request is rerouted
B
The request is sent back
C
The request remains pending

Slide 7 - Quiz

What browser do you normally use?
Chrome
Firefox
Edge
Safari
Opera

Slide 8 - Poll

Slide 9 - Link

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 10 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 11 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 12 - Quiz

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 13 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 14 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 15 - Quiz

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 16 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 17 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 18 - Quiz

A _________ is a tool that allows you to access the internet
A
Operating system
B
Network
C
Video file
D
Web browser

Slide 19 - Quiz

Most of the time, you will move through the internet by clicking on...
A
Links
B
Folders
C
Tabs
D
Keywords

Slide 20 - Quiz

How do you open a link in a new tab?
A
Left click on the link
B
Select the new tab button
C
Right click on the link
D
Double click on the link

Slide 21 - Quiz

Where do you go to access saved Bookmarks and your browser History?
A
The menu button
B
The file button
C
The home button
D
The star button

Slide 22 - Quiz

On the next slide you will drag and drop the types of internet connections to their name...

Slide 23 - Slide

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 24 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 25 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 26 - Quiz

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 27 - Quiz

The internet is a system of physical ________ traveling all around the world
A
Data
B
Cables
C
Satellites
D
Webpages

Slide 28 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 29 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 30 - Quiz

Your computer receives data from webpages in the form of...
A
packets
B
folders
C
files

Slide 31 - Quiz

Most of the time, you will move through the internet by clicking on...
A
Links
B
Folders
C
Tabs
D
Keywords

Slide 32 - Quiz

What percent of the world's internet "traffic" travels under the sea?
A
50%
B
75%
C
85%
D
95%

Slide 33 - Quiz

Address bar
Hypertext links
Back button
Forward button
Refresh button
Home button
Image links
Search box
Zoom button
Favourites button/bookmark button
User Icon

Slide 34 - Drag question

Slide 35 - Video

Which website do you visit the most?

Slide 36 - Open question

Slide 37 - Link

The Internet of Things

Slide 38 - Slide

ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE CONCEPT OF INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)? WHAT IS IT?

Slide 39 - Open question

Slide 40 - Video

Slide 41 - Video

What kind of objects are connected to the internet nowadays?
A
Daily-life objects
B
Specialised Objects

Slide 42 - Quiz

What kind of information can a city trash can collect?
A
send alerts when they have been misused
B
send alerts when they are full
C
send alerts when they are damaged

Slide 43 - Quiz

What kind of information can a bridge collect?
A
how to repair the damage to the structure
B
where the damage to the structure is

Slide 44 - Quiz

What is one of the security concerns regarding door locks?
A
You may get left out if you lose your mobile phone
B
Someone can get access from a different location

Slide 45 - Quiz

What is the "privacy" issue?
A
The data collected isn't too vast
B
We do not know what data is being collected

Slide 46 - Quiz

Slide 47 - Link

BRAINSTORMING
Based on the information presented on the text, how can the 
Internet of Things be used for...?

Slide 48 - Slide

Home security

Slide 49 - Mind map

Home during summer/winter

Slide 50 - Mind map

Traffic

Slide 51 - Mind map

Take care of your pet

Slide 52 - Mind map

Agriculture--------------------------

Slide 53 - Mind map

THE INTERNET
COMCAST

Slide 54 - Slide

Chapter 4 & future with will

Slide 55 - Slide

Future Simple
Form
Use
Example:
Will (not) + Infinitive
predictions
- The Internet of Things will transform the home, connecting everyday devices together.
- We won’t travel as much as we do now because aeroplane fuel will be so expensive in the next years.
decisions taken at the moment of speaking
- I feel so tired now, so I will stay home tonight.
- Next time, I will be more careful with the monthly report.
making requests (in questions)
- Will you help me move this furniture, please?
Future: Will

Slide 56 - Slide

Slide 57 - Link

SIMPLE TENSES
PAST SIMPLE
PRESENT SIMPLE
FUTURE SIMPLE
(WILL)
-DO/DOES
-S 3RD P SING.
-FACTS
-HABITS
-ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
-DID
-IRREGULAR VERBS / AFFIRMATIVE
-ADVERBS AND EXPRESSIONS OF TIME (YESTERDAY, 2 WEEKS AGO...) 
-FINISHED ACTION
-WILL + INFINITIVE
-PREDICTIONS
-DECISIONS TAKEN AT THE MOMENT OF SPEAKING
-OFFERINGS (?)
-ADVERBS AND EXPRESSIONS OF TIME (TOMORROW, NEXT WEEK...) 

Slide 58 - Slide

CAN THE INTERNET DECREASE THE GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR PEOPLE?

Slide 59 - Open question

On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of browser features to their location on the browser window

Slide 60 - Slide

Modem
DSL cable
Dial-up cable
Fiber Optic cable
Cable Internet cable
Wireless Router
Cellular

Slide 61 - Drag question

Slide 62 - Link

Answer the following questions according to the reading.

Slide 63 - Slide

What has led Comcast to provide free
internet to a big number of Americans?
A
The injustice in America.
B
A new government law.
C
The Covid-19 pandemic.
D
A rival internet provider.

Slide 64 - Quiz

2. The phrase SUCH AS in
paragraph 2 is used to
A
express quantity
B
introduce an example
C
express contradiction
D
introduce a consequence

Slide 65 - Quiz

3. A student with a lot of noise at
home will be more likely to
A
quit his/her studies.
B
pay for a Comcast internet service.
C
move to Chicago as they have 200 lift zones.
D
go to a community centre to join his/her online classes.

Slide 66 - Quiz

Covid-19
Online learning services
Low-income parents with kids can’t pay internet
Lockdown
Comcast provides free internet

Slide 67 - Drag question

Slide 68 - Video

WHAT DO YOU THINK?
During the Covid-19 emergency, have
similar measures been taken to help poor people in Colombia? Are these measures necessary?

Slide 69 - Open question