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TEKS Correlations (130) (3) The student uses cutting-edge technology to exchange information. The student is expected to (A) identify and describe functions of various new and emerging technologies; (B) send and receive text information and file attachments using electronic methods such as , electronic bulletin boards, and instant message services; (C) demonstrate effective Internet search strategies, including keywords and Boolean logic using various available search engines; (D) dissect and identify the various components of a Uniform Resource Locator; (H) demonstrate ethical use of Internet and online resources, including citation of source. PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 20132
Lesson Objectives Learn Internet search strategies Identify components of a URL Identify functions of , message boards, and online chat Use the Internet to research a given topic Identify and describe cutting-edge technology Setup a free online account Send, reply, and forward an message Post comments to a message board or social media site 3PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Internet Search Strategies Search Engines Program that searches the Internet (other websites) for information according to keywords that the user types in. Provides the user with a list of website links of webpages that contain information about the keywords typed into the search criteria. 4PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Internet Search Strategies Can you name three common search engines? 5PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Internet Search Strategies Advanced Search Using an advanced search on a web browser allows you to filter or narrow down specific choices. Notice the options available Exact wording Unwanted words 6PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Internet Search Strategies Advanced Search Words such as: OR, AND, NOT are called BOOLEAN terms Using those words in an Internet search to limit the search parameters is called a BOOLEAN search 7PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
The URL URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator URL is the website address What do all the letters mean? 8 Type of protocol used to communicate between the browser and the server – this example is hypertext transfer protocol http Name of the server that stores the file/page you are looking at Hostname gibborish.org Domain org PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Stands for Electronic Mail To, From, Date, Subject Letter or memo content Attachments Pictures, files A way to send a letter or memo instantly through the Internet rather than through the US Postal Service Send, reply, forward 9PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013 Sending Electronic Information
E-message boards Stands for electronic message board Similar to a bulletin board Can post text notices for others to see/read Usually has a main topic for discussion Others post comments to the main topic and to the other comments that follow The comments and replies are called a discussion thread 10PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
Sending Electronic Information Online Chat Area of Internet where you can text message instantly Chat rooms can have several people at the same time Several conversations at once can be distracting and difficult to follow Can open a private chat window with limited participants 11PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
12 The End PIT: Cutting-Edge Technology Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2013
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