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Reading. Content. Warm up New words Guiding questions Comprehension check Discussion. Warm up. What does Brad Pitt do to contact his wife?. Tell me. Look at the pictures and match them with the words or phrases. E-mail. Wikipedia. Cell phone. blog. Internet. Yahoo! Messenger.

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Content
Content

  • Warm up

  • New words

  • Guiding questions

  • Comprehension check

  • Discussion


Warm up
Warm up

What does Brad Pitt do to contact

his wife?

Tell me



E-mail phrases.

Wikipedia

Cell phone

blog

Internet

Yahoo! Messenger

Softwares


Work in pairs and ask each other the following questions
Work in pairs and ask each other the following questions phrases.

  • Are the Internet and cellphones popular?

  • Do you often use these services?

  • What do you use each kind of services for?

  • What do you need to use these services?


New words
New words phrases.

  • Post (n) : the official system used for sending and delivering letters, packages, etc.:

     post office (n)

     postal (a)

  • Communicate (v)/kə'mju:nikeit/: to exchange information, news, ideas, etc. with sb:

     communication (n)

     communicative (a)


  • Conference (n): a large official meeting, usually lasting for a few days

     conferencing (n): the activity of organizing or taking part in meetings, especially when people are in different places and use telephones, computers, or video to communicate

  • tele- (prefix): over a long distance

     teleconferencing (n)

     telecommunicating (n)


Connect
connect for a few days

The houses are connected by the bus services.


Hold on please, I’m trying to for a few days connect you.

  • connect / kə'nekt/(v): to join together two or more things; to be joined together

    connectation (n)

    connectative (a)

    Connect to the Internet


The computers are for a few days hooked up to the ISP with a modem.

  • Hook up (v): to connect sb/sth to a piece of electronic equipment, to a power supply or to the Internet

    Hook-up (n)


  • Dial-up (a) (+Noun): using a telephone line and a modem to connect your computer to the Internet

  • access (n) /'ækses/: a way of entering or reaching a place

     access to sth (v): to reach, enter or use sth

     accessible (a) / æk'sesəbl/

  • Day-to-day (a): involving the usual events or tasks of each day

  • Ex: She has been looking after the day-to-day administration


Repeat new words
Repeat new words connect your computer to the Internet

  • Post (n)

     post office (n)

     postal (a)

  • Communicate (v)/kə'mju:nikeit

     communication (n)

  • communicative (a)

  • Conference (n)

     conferencing (n)

  • tele- (prefix):

     teleconferencing (n)

     telecommunicating (n)


  • connect / connect your computer to the Internetkə'nekt/(v)

    connectation (n)

    connectative (a)

    Connect to the Internet

  • Hook up (v)

    Hook-up (n)

  • Dial-up (a) (+Noun)

  • access (n) /'ækses/

     access to sth (v): to reach, enter or use sth

     accessible (a) / æk'sesəbl/

  • Day-to-day (a)

    Ex: She has been looking after the day-to-day administration


Guiding questions
Guiding Questions connect your computer to the Internet

Read the text and answer these questions:

  • How to get on the Internet?

  • What do people use the Internet for?


Answer these questions
Answer these questions connect your computer to the Internet

  • Is the number of Internet users increasing or reducing?

  • How many ways are there to get on the Internet? What are they?

  • What do we need to hook up to the ISP?

  • What do businesses, organizations, Media and entertainment companies or universities use the Internet for?

  • How can an e-mail be delivered?

  • What is blog used for?

  • Has the Internet influenced our lives?


Match the subheadings with the suitable paragraphs

Par. 1 connect your computer to the Internet

Par. 2

Par. 3

Par. 4

Par. 5

Different Uses of the Internet

The Growth of the Internet

The Internet for Language Learning

Keeping Blogs or On-line Diaries

Connecting to the Net

Sending and Receiving E-mail

Match the subheadings with the suitable paragraphs


More than one billion computers were connected to the Internet at the end of 2006

You can get on the Net without connecting to an ISP

The dial-up access is slower than the connection with ADSL

T F NI

Check () whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (NI) in the text. Then correct the false statements.

Internet users


People in different places can attend a meeting with the help of Internet connectivity

Postal services are affected in some ways by the increasing use of e-mail

Blogs are replacing traditional paper diaries

T F NI


Discussion
DISCUSSION help of Internet connectivity

Work in groups. Answer these questions:

  • Do you think blog is good or bad?

  • What are its good points and/or bad points?

  • What should we do to use blog effectively?


THE END help of Internet connectivity


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