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Examples: I am good at expressing opinions. I need to get better at giving tips and instructions.

What can I do to learn more?

Manage my time more effectively. Do more exercises.

Use more multimedia/digital resources (videos, music, apps, clips, podcasts, etc.).

Read more.

Make international friends in social networks.

Read more newspapers and magazines in English.

Chat with my friends in English.

Watch a movie/series with subtitles in English.

Watch some tutorial videos in English.

Ask for help.



Other.

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UNIT 2 Digital security

Language in action

Learn how to make posters
• Learn how to make recommendations and give warnings, orders and instructions
• Learn how to talk about safety on the Web

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EITS/University of Georgia



EITS/University of Georgia



EITS/University of Georgia

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LEAD-IN

1. In pairs, look closely at the posters on the previous page and answer the questions.

a) What elements first call your attention?

b) What is their purpose?

c) Where did the creator(s) of these posters get inspiration to produce them?



d) In your opinion, what kind of reaction did the producer of these posters want to create in the viewers? Is it an original idea?

2. How much do your classmates know about security on the Web? Make a quick survey with the classmates around you.

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3. What type of visual effects are used in posters?

4. What kind of information do people usually find in posters? How is this information normally conveyed?

5. Which poster corresponds to each sentence below? Write the answer in your notebook.

a) Always use a strong password or passphrase.

b) Avoid clicking links, especially any that are requesting private information.

c) Avoid sharing files in flash drives in unknown computers.

d) Be wary of any unexpected e-mail attachments or links, even from people you know.

e) Don’t leave your mobile devices unattended.

f) Have an updated anti-virus program.

g) Look for “https://” and a lock icon in the address bar before entering any private info.

h) Never enter private or personal information into a popup.

i) Never needlessly carry around your bills, health plan card, or birth certificate.

j) Never send passwords or other private information in an e-mail or message.

k) Never write down PIN numbers or passwords.

l) Review your social network posts regularly and report any irregularities.
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LET’S READ!

Before you read…

a) How do you mantain your privacy and keep your personal information safe?

b) Do you know how to protect yourself against potential online dangers? What do you do?

1. Read the article below and find out how safely you are browsing on the Web.

HINT

Use seu conhecimento prévio sobre o assunto do texto para ajudar na compreensão.

Your Guide to Safe Web Browsing

Get tips on keeping your computer (and your personal information) safe while on the Internet.

Here are some tips for keeping your computer, your data and your personal information safe while browsing the Web:

The Basics:

Use anti-virus software on your computer. Anti-virus software will detect and remove viruses or prevent them from ever entering your computer. […]

Use a firewall on your computer. […] A personal firewall will protect your computer against viruses, worms and other Internet threats.

Create and use strong passwords. […] To create a strong password, use both upper and lower case letters. Also, incorporate numbers or punctuation marks to make your password at least eight characters long. A good password is NOT your name, phone number, […]. […] don’t use a word that uses digits in place of letters or passwords that are simply a group of keys right next to each other on the keyboard (asdfghjkl) or one letter or number repeated (44444444444).

Update your security software and change your passwords often. […] It isn’t enough just to download and install security software one time. To keep your computer safe, you must update your protective software regularly. Also, even if your passwords are strong, change them every six months or so. Never use one password […] for multiple online accounts. If one of these systems is compromised, your password from one system may be used to try to enter other systems.

Beware of instant message links and e-mail attachments. A good rule to follow when communicating online is to never open an attachment that you aren’t expecting, even if you know the person who sent it. […] The sender may not even be aware that the link or attachment contains a virus. […] Before you click on that ad for free software or for an online game demo, know that you may also be downloading spyware. […] With spyware, identity theft is just a few clicks away for the intruder.

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