* Would you call yourself a computer-literate person? Explain. * How often do you use a computer? For what purposes? * Do you use the Internet on a regular basis? What are your favourite websites? * Would you say you were an Internet addict? How many hours a day do you use the Internet? * Do you use the Internet for studying? Can you imagine doing your homework, projects or learning without the Internet access?
* Have you got your Facebook account? When did you start it? * How often do you visit your Facebook website? * How many friends do you have on Facebook? Do you really consider them to be your friends? Do you accept any new friend requests? * What do you look for when being on Facebook? * What don’t you like on Facebook? Why? * How do you protect your privacy on Facebook?
* After reading the article, do you think it’s a good idea to teach seniors Facebook? Why? Why not? * Would you be patient enough to teach your grandparents Facebook basics? Explain. * Have you ever taught someone to do something on the Internet? Tell us about that. * Are there any other steps that you would add to the list in the article? Tell us about them.
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