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Chapter 2: Inventing the Internet

Lesson 8: The Internet

Video - What is the Internet?

 

Lesson 9: The Need for Addressing

Broadcast Battleship Game Board - Activity Guide: MS Word, PDF, Web

Broadcast Battleship Rules - Activity Guide: MS Word, PDF, Web

Video - Internet Simulator - Part 3

IP and DNS Video Worksheet -  MS WordPDF, Web

Invent a Binary Protocol for Battleship - Activity Guide: MS WordPDF, Web

Video - The Internet: IP Addresses and DNS

 

Lesson 10: Routers and Redundancy

Routers and Redundancy - Activity Guide:  MS WordPDF, Web

 

Lesson 11: Packets and Making a Reliable Internet

Video - The Internet: Packets, Routing, and Reliability 

Packets and Making a Reliable Internet - Activity Guide:  MS WordPDF, Web

 

Lesson 12: The Need for DNS

Names and Addresses - Worksheet: MS WordPDF, Web

DNS Partner Questionnaire - Activity Guide: MS WordPDF, Web

Research: DNS in the Real World - Activity Guide:  MS WordPDF, Web

Video - The Internet: IP Addresses and DNS

 

Lesson 13: HTTP and Abstraction

HTTP and Abstraction on the Internet - Resource: MS WordPDF, Web

HTTP in Action - Worksheet:  MS WordPDF, Web

Video - The Internet: HTTP and HTML

 

Lesson 14: Practice PT - The Internet and Society

Flash Talk: The Internet and Society - Practice PT: MS WordPDF, Web

 

 

Humans, Gods, and Technology

Machine Learning: Living in the age of AI

State of Surveillance

The Creepy Line

The Bureau of Digital Sabotage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Testing 9-13

Number Systems - binary, octal, and hexadecimal

Only one submission per version. You must take one but could choose to take up to 4.

Cell phones must be placed on the monitor stand or in a backpack. Accessing your phone during the test will result in taking the test after school.

Do not access the study guide during or AFTER the test.

odd stations    ver 1    |     ver 2
even stations   ver 1    |    ver 2

 

 

 

 

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