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1ESO - UNIT 1: INTERNET BASICS
Transcript of 1ESO - UNIT 1: INTERNET BASICS
CHOOSE ONLY ONE!
1. COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
TECHNOLOGY, PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS
1ºESO - SCHOOL YEAR 2016/2017
TEACHER: MOISÉS LLORENTE
A brief diagram of the internet process...
2. COMPUTER NETWORKS
UNIT 1: INTERNET BASICS. SAFETY.
Which of the following pictures best describes INTERNET? Vote for just one!
SIMULATION OF A SIMPLE INTERNET COMMUNICATION
2.1 Elements in a computer network
A computer (client) with a router.
Two web servers (with two different pictures to be served)
3. THE INTERNET
How many ways of communication do you know?
What is, in your opinion, the meaning of "internet"?
What do you do to stay safe when surfing on the internet?
Create a word document to write the vocabulary.
Listen to your teacher's instructions and start it right now!
What do you need to make a computer network?
- 2 (or more) computers.
- Cables (to connect them).
What can you do with a computer network?
2. COMPUTER NETWORKS (continuation)
And the code?
Investigate on the internet about the TCP/IP Internet Protocol. Write at least 3-4 lines of information in your notebook.
Write the tittle "
The TCP/IP Internet protocol".
Elements in a computer
cut the pieces out and glue them into your notebook to make something similar to a computer network.
Place every part of the network in the correct place and then draw the cable connections.
A domain to identify each server around the world
Invent 5 internet domains (with different generic top-level domain) and write them in your notebook
Go to www.arsys.net and check if your domains exist or not
If it doesn't exist, investigate the cost of buying that domain for a year