a. Read and listen here
b. Work in small groups (3-4 students). Discuss the following questions and take notes on your partners’ answers:
- Which language of coding would you recommend to learn first?
- Which programming languages do you want to learn? Why?
- Computer languages such as FORTRAN and COBOL were once very popular, but not so much anymore. Why do you think they lost popularity?
- Which languages in the top 10 do you think will drop in 10 years? Which one will gain in popularity?
c. Read about the Top Programming languages of 2017
d Role – Playing Activity: Work in small groups and imagine to have a conversation with an expert (or experts) who is the author of a very successful book: “The 10 top programming languages of the future”. Play your role!
e. Write (Homework) an opinion paragraph (100-140 words) and explain your point of view referring to the best programming languages to learn today.
a. Watch the video and complete the online activities
b. Take notes of new words and update your word list
c. Complete the test
d. Read about key threats to data security and how keeping data secure (Don’t forget to update your word list!).
e. Write 5 questions in order to check your classmates’ understanding.
a. Read the text “What Is Cyber Crime? – Definition, Types and Examples”, check definitions, upload your word list and watch the video.
b. Pair work: read the text again, have a look at the list of cybercrimes and discuss these questions: Which crimes are the most dangerous? What measures can be taken by governments to stop cybercrime? Is our privacy in danger?
c. Write a detailed summary of your discussion and present it to the rest of the class.
What do you know about Silicon Valley?
Write your own list of the most important people in the history of computers. Complete the following chart PDF
- Describe your online activity and upload your picture here
- Read the Youth Manifesto for a Better Internet. What do you think? Write your comments here
3. Read also an example of Top 10 list of online rights and online responsibilities. LINK
4. Think about the principles of your own manifesto. Draw it and upload your picture here