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UNIT 1 (PREZI 2): BROWSERS

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2. BROWSERS (page 159)
UNIT 1: Internet and digital responsibility

A FEW QUESTIONS TO DEBATE....


What is a browser?
How many browsers do you know?
Which one is your favourite?
How many different things can you do when using a browser?
Do you recognize these elements of a browser?
TABS
ADDRESS BAR
WEB PAGE
RELOAD BUTTON
HOME
BUTTON
FORWARD/BACKWARD ARROWS
FAVOURITES STAR
DEFINITION
BROWSER:
is a programme that displays the content of web pages. The most famous are Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
PARTS OF A BROWSER:
TABS:
show us how many web pages are open in our browser. Tabs let us to surf through all that pages just clicking on them.
ADRESS BAR:
is the place where we have to type the full web adress (URL).
http://www.colegiomadrigal.com
D.N.S.
PARTS OF A BROWSER:
CONFIGURATION
HOME BUTTON:
lets us to directly surf to the home page (which we can configure)
CONFIGURATION MENU:
is a pull-down menu where we can configure many aspects of the browser (home page, downloads folder, zoom, history, favourite webs, etc.)
PARTS OF A BROWSER:
RELOAD BUTTON:
helps us to reload (load again) a web page.
FORWARD/BACKWARD ARROWS:
allow us to go to the previous (backward) or next (forward) web page.
EXERCISE: in your notebook, write the correct name for each definition...
Allows us to go forward/backward____________
Show us how many web pages are open____________
Let us to directly surf to the home page____________
Is a pull-down menu where you can configure many aspects of your browser ____________
Is the place where we have to type the web address____________
Helps us to load a web page again____________
MAIN IDEAS (2. Browsers)
1. What do we use a browser for?
2. Which are the three most famous browsers?
3. Why are tabs important?
6. Which is the home button function?
4. Where do we have to type the web address?
7. Which is the reload button function?
5. Which is the backward/forward arrows function?
8. Why do we need a configuration menu?
KEYWORDS (Vocabulary)
Browser___________________
Tab______________________
Address__________________
To type___________________
To browse (on the internet)___________
To surf (on the internet)______________
TEAM WORK
Using your book and all the information you can gather from your class notebook, talk about the following questions and tell the class your conclusions:
QUESTION 1: Which is the difference between a browser and a search engine? Put some examples of both.
QUESTION 2: Is all the information we can find on the internet reliable? Why?
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