WEEK 2
TEST ON WEEK 1 - EMAIL
A short test to make sure you understand and can use email
EMAIL TEST
• Type the following into MS Word and then save it
with a sensible file name in an appropriate folder
“Email te...
MARK SCHEME:
• Email arrives from pupil – 1
• Correct subject line (perfect spelling) – 1
• Attachment with correct header...
UNDERSTANDING URLS
Uniform resource locators
EXAMPLE URL’S
• http://www.cathedral-school.co.uk
• http://www.bbc.co.uk/news
• http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/
• h...
URL
(UNIFORM RESOURCE LOCATORS)
(INTERNET ADDRESS)
• A URL never has any spaces in it
• A URL is lower case (with some exc...
URL STRUCTURE
TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) -
GENERIC
•Wikipedia has a comprehensive list
•Common ones include
•.biz – business
•.com – commer...
TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) –
COUNTRIES (1)
• Wikipedia has a comprehensive list
• Common ones include
• .au
• .br
• .cn
• .eu...
TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) –
COUNTRIES (2)
•Wikipedia has a comprehensive list
•Less obvious ones include
•.ch
•.es
•.tv
HOW TO SEARCH
How google search works
HOW SEARCH WORKS
Watch the explanation from Google and answer these questions:
• How many pages on the web?
• What does cr...
HOW SEARCH WORKS
PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS
• How could “What food does Tyson like best” be worded correctly for
searching in Google. T...
PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS
• My three year old cow has blisters on its tongue. What’s wrong with it?
PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS
• I heard there is an empty town in the San Francisco Bay area. What is it
called?
WHAT MATTERS IN A SEARCH
QUERY
WHO
THE WHO
A WHO
BLUE SKY
SKY BLUE
BARACK OBAMA
RED DELICIOUS APPLE
USE GOOGLE LIKE A PRO
Advanced tips for using Google
QUOTATION MARKS
•To find all the pages where the phrase ‘One
Direction World Tour” appears you would do:
SEARCH WITHIN A WEBSITE
•To find out about Cardiff Blues on the BBC
website you would:
USING THE MINUS SIGN
•To find pages containing Brad Pitt but do not
contain the word Angelina
USING OR
•To find pages about the Football World Cup in
2010 or 2014
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  • Give the pupils a maximum of ten minutes to complete the test:Mark Scheme:Email arrives from pupil – 1Correct subject line (perfect spelling) – 1Attachment with correct header (name and date) and footer (page number) – 1Attachment with correct text (perfect spelling) – 1Note from NJP saying that Bcc arrived – 1
  • Make sure that pupils are aware of the mark schemeGive pupils their marks back next lesson, along with feedback
  • Make sure that pupils are ready to take notes in OneNote, preferably with a template that you have provided.
  • Make sure pupils have access to this image for inclusion in their OneNote
  • .biz – business (for businesses, introduced to take pressure of the .com TLD.com – commercial (intended for “for profit” businesses).info – information .mobi – mobile devices.net – network (intended to be used for a website that acts as a portal to a set of smaller websites).org – organisation (intended for “not for profit” organisations such as charities
  • .au – Australia.br – Brazil.cn – China.eu – European Union.ie – Ireland.uk – United Kingdom
  • .ch – Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica).es – Spain (España).tv – Tuvalu (Used as an abbreviation of television, the domain is currently operated by dotTV, a VeriSign company; the Tuvalu government owns twenty percent of the company.)
  • Go through http://www.google.com/intl/en-GB/insidesearch/howsearchworks/thestory/index.html on IWB then ask questionsHow many pages on the web? – 60 trillion +What does crawling mean? – following all the links from webpage to webpageWhat is the main method of sorting web pages? – by their contentHow big is the index held by google? >100 million gigabytesWhat type of programs are needed to help find the right page? – algorithmsHow many factors are used to rank pages? >200
  • Ask pupils to watch this 3 minute video from GoogleCheck pupil understanding afterwards.Only move on when you are convinced that all pupils understand how search works.
  • Get the pupils to work out the key words and then construct a new search query
  • Get the pupils to work out the key words and then construct a new search query
  • Get the pupils to work out the key words and then construct a new search query
  • Get the pupils to do each of the searches and ask for some of them to feedback to the class.The possible results are on the following slides
  • Year 7 - Week 2 email and websearch

    1. 1. WEEK 2
    2. 2. TEST ON WEEK 1 - EMAIL A short test to make sure you understand and can use email
    3. 3. EMAIL TEST • Type the following into MS Word and then save it with a sensible file name in an appropriate folder “Email test - September 2013” make sure that you have completed the header and footer. • Send the email with the attachment to your teacher with “email test” as the subject line. • Also include a screenshot of the file in an appropriate folder • Include a Bcc: nic@cathedral-school.co.uk
    4. 4. MARK SCHEME: • Email arrives from pupil – 1 • Correct subject line (perfect spelling) – 1 • Attachment with correct header (name and date) and footer (page number) – 1 • Attachment with correct text (perfect spelling) – 1 • Note from NJP saying that Bcc arrived – 1 • Sensible filename – 1 • Saved in Yr 7 > ICT Folder
    5. 5. UNDERSTANDING URLS Uniform resource locators
    6. 6. EXAMPLE URL’S • http://www.cathedral-school.co.uk • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=GB&hl=en-GB&v=9bZkp7q19f0
    7. 7. URL (UNIFORM RESOURCE LOCATORS) (INTERNET ADDRESS) • A URL never has any spaces in it • A URL is lower case (with some exceptions) • A URL is not the same as an email address • A URL always starts with a prefix like http:// • Although the browser may put this in automatically • A URL uses forward slashes and dots to separate its parts • A URL is usually English text • Although numbers are allowed
    8. 8. URL STRUCTURE
    9. 9. TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) - GENERIC •Wikipedia has a comprehensive list •Common ones include •.biz – business •.com – commercial •.info – information •.mobi – mobile devices •.net – network •.org – organisation
    10. 10. TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) – COUNTRIES (1) • Wikipedia has a comprehensive list • Common ones include • .au • .br • .cn • .eu • .ie • .uk
    11. 11. TOP LEVEL DOMAINS (TLD) – COUNTRIES (2) •Wikipedia has a comprehensive list •Less obvious ones include •.ch •.es •.tv
    12. 12. HOW TO SEARCH How google search works
    13. 13. HOW SEARCH WORKS Watch the explanation from Google and answer these questions: • How many pages on the web? • What does crawling mean? • What is the main method of sorting web pages? • How big is the index held by google? • What type of programs are needed to help find the right page? • How many factors are used to rank pages?
    14. 14. HOW SEARCH WORKS
    15. 15. PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS • How could “What food does Tyson like best” be worded correctly for searching in Google. Tyson is a character from a book by Percy Jackson
    16. 16. PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS • My three year old cow has blisters on its tongue. What’s wrong with it?
    17. 17. PICKING THE RIGHT SEARCH TERMS • I heard there is an empty town in the San Francisco Bay area. What is it called?
    18. 18. WHAT MATTERS IN A SEARCH QUERY
    19. 19. WHO
    20. 20. THE WHO
    21. 21. A WHO
    22. 22. BLUE SKY
    23. 23. SKY BLUE
    24. 24. BARACK OBAMA
    25. 25. RED DELICIOUS APPLE
    26. 26. USE GOOGLE LIKE A PRO Advanced tips for using Google
    27. 27. QUOTATION MARKS •To find all the pages where the phrase ‘One Direction World Tour” appears you would do:
    28. 28. SEARCH WITHIN A WEBSITE •To find out about Cardiff Blues on the BBC website you would:
    29. 29. USING THE MINUS SIGN •To find pages containing Brad Pitt but do not contain the word Angelina
    30. 30. USING OR •To find pages about the Football World Cup in 2010 or 2014
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