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School: Liceul Tehnologic ION PODARU Ovidiu

Teacher: Rusu Simona
Date: the 6th November 2014
Form: 11th grade
Pupils book: Objective Advanced
Subject: Communication : the Internet
Aim: reading for specific information; gapped sentences; scanning a text.
Students will be able to make predictions;
Students will be able to read for specific information;
Students will be able to fill in the gaps in a text.
Skills: reading, writing, speaking
Materials: board, pupils notebooks, handouts
Time: 50 minutes
Activity 1: introduction whole class (estimated time: 5 minutes)
The teacher organises the class, writing the students who are absent.
Teacher tells the students that they will speak about the way in which we
can be safe using the internet. T gives each S a handout for the activities.
Activity 2: individual work (estimated time: 5 minutes)
T asks the Ss to do the warm-up activity, writing down, in their notebooks,
every word they know related to internet. T monitors Ss performance
around the class, then asks individual Ss to tell some words in front of the
Activity 3: speaking, whole class (estimated time: 5 minutes)
T asks the Ss to read the title of the article and say what they think the
article is about. Then, Ss answer the questions. Check Ss answers.
Activity 4: reading for specific information individual work, whole class
(estimated time: 20 minutes)
T explains the task. T allow Ss to about ten minutes to silently read the
text and fill in the gaps. Then, Ss read the text aloud.
Activity 5: whole class (estimated time: 10 minutes)
Ss explain the words in bold with the help of the T.
Activity 6: feed-back and homework assignment estimated time: 5
The teacher appreciates students behaviour during the class. Teacher
marks the students who give correct answers to stimulate them.
The teacher gives instructions for the homework assignment.

I. Warm-up activity
Think of as many words as possible related to the Internet. Write
the words on the whiteboard mindmap/ in your notebooks.
II. Reading
a. Read the title. What do you expect the text is about?
b. Read the article. Choose the item that best fits to each gap to
complete the text.
Internet Safety
Twenty 1)....ago, kids in school had never even heard of the
internet. Now, I'll bet you can't find a single person in your school who
hasn't at least heard of it. In fact, many of us use it on a regular basis and
even have access to it from our homes! The 'net' in 2)....really
stands for network. A 3)..is two or more computers connected
together so that information can be 4), or sent from one
computer to another. The internet is a vast resource for all types of
information. You may enjoy using it to do research for a school project,
downloading your favorite songs or communicating with friends and family.
Information is accessed through web pages that companies, organizations
and individuals create and post. It's like a giant bulletin board that the
whole world uses! But since anyone can put anything on the internet, you
also have to be careful and use your best judgement and a little
common sense.
Just because you read something on a piece of paper someone sticks
on a bulletin board doesn't mean it's good information, or even correct, for
that matter. So, you have to be sure that whoever posted the 5)
..knows what they're talking about, especially if you're doing 6)
..! But what if you're just emailing people? You still have to be
very careful. If you've never met the person that you're communicating
with online, you could be on dangerous ground! You should never give
out any personal information to someone you don't know. And just like
you cant 7).the information on every website out there, you
can't rely on what strangers you 'meet' on the internet tell you either. Its
just like you could make up things about yourself to tell someone,
someone else could do the same to you!



b) days
b) fishnet
b) internet
b) lost
b) bulletin
b) lunch
b) find

c) weeks
c) network
c) network
c) created
c) information
c) recess
c) understand

c. Explain the words in bold.

d) years
d) netting
d) wire
d) shared
d) stamp
d) sports
d) believe

I. Read the sentences and decide which word from the list below matches what is
described in the sentence. Write one of the words from the list. You will not need
to use all the words.
attachments, crash, cyberspace, document, download, file, (the)
Internet, network, on-line, signal, spam, software, surfing, text (verb),
text message, voicemail, websites
1. Computers have a tendency to suddenly stop working when you're in the
middle of an important job. ..
2. Emails that you send sometimes get lost in an imaginary place where
electronic messages go when they travel from one computer to another.

3. Some people like to spend all day looking for information on the internet.
4. Every time you access your email account, you find that you have a lot of
unwanted email messages, especially emails that advertise something.

5. You can't send an e-mail unless you are connected to the Internet.

6. Sometimes it can be difficult or impossible to open files or documents that are

sent with an email. .
7. Computers are cheaper now than they used to be, but the computer programs
you need to operate them can be quite expensive. .
8. It can often take a long time to receive and store information or programs from
the Internet.
9. We have a number of computers that are connected to each other so that they
can share information at college that cost us almost 150,000.
10. There are several good places on the internet where you can find out about
accommodation in my city. ..