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(Updated on 21/06/2014)

 

 

  • Microsoft blames U.S. spy agency for WannaCry (May 18, 2017) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
    "Microsoft has said the WannaCry ransomware cyber-attack happened because America's National Security Agency keeps cyber-weapons on its computers."

    Try the same news story at these easier levels:  
    Ransomwear - Level 0
    Ransomwear - Level 1   or  Ransomwear - Level 2

    Make sure you try all of the online activities for this reading and listening - There are dictations, multiple choice, drag and drop activities,
    crosswords, hangman, flash cards, matching activities and a whole lot more. Please enjoy :-)

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)


  • World Wide Web inventor worried about its future (March 15, 2017) - a lesson with AUDIO
    "The man who created the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has warned of the dangers of the Internet."

    Try the same news story at these easier levels:  
    World Wide Web - Level 0
    World Wide Web - Level 1   or  World Wide Web - Level 2

    Make sure you try all of the online activities for this reading and listening - There are dictations, multiple choice, drag and drop activities,
    crosswords, hangman, flash cards, matching activities and a whole lot more. Please enjoy :-)

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Do you work with children and young people?
    Keeping children safe online and protecting them from sexual abuse and exploitation
    "CEOP's Thinkuknow programme provides a range of free educational resources - films, lesson plans, presentations, practitioner guidance,
    games and posters - to professionals working with children and young people...
    To access these resources you will need to register on the site."

    (thinkuknow.co.uk)
  • 250 extra characters added to Internet (June 20, 2014) - a lesson plan with audio
    "he organization that looks after the code behind the Internet has included an additional 250 characters in its most recent update."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)

 

  • Monthly lesson plan - Online safety
    " In this lesson, students start by talking about how they use the internet, they then watch a video about online safety and read about staying safe online. They do a speaking activity based on the video and the text, and finish by making a poster with their top tips for staying safe online."

    Level: B1/2
    Time: 60 minutes +

    (teachingenglish.org.uk)

  • Internet safety lessons for 5-year-olds (7th February, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO.
    "A British organisation has recommended that children as young as five should be given instruction on the dangers of the Internet."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Internet Access Is A Human Right - a lesson plan
    WARM-UPS :
    INTERNET ACCESS / HUMAN RIGHTS / INTERNET / VITAL / COMMUNICATION
    (breakingnewsenglish.com)

  • Twitter Conference Held in Los Angeles - a lesson plan
    "The original idea of the gathering was to explore "the effects of Twitter on celebrity, the media, advertising and (maybe) politics”.

    WARM-UPS : SOCIAL NETWORKING / WEBSITES / NETWORKING / SHARING INFO / ALONE
    (breakingnewsenglish.com)

 

 

  • Cyber-bullying spreads in the US - a lesson plan (Breaking News English)

    Cyber-bullying : "- A bully is someone who hurts your feelings or scares you over the internet."

  • Are you a learner of the future? - a worksheet - with Teacher's Notes
    Level: pre-intermediate students and higher
    Aim: students talk about possible future developments in education and
    decide whether or not they are already a learner of the future .
    Language: used to; future forms (going to, will)

    (onestopenglish.com)
  • The ABC's of Web Site Evaluation
    "Students and teachers need practice in critically examining sites to determine authority, authenticity, and applicability to purpose.
    The sites listed ... are useful for looking at pages with a specific critical purpose in mind."

    (kathyschrock.net)
  • True or False? - a lesson plan
    "Students complete a tutorial on Web literacy and use what they learn to determine the reliability of Web site content."

    (Education World)