Unit 15 Webpage Creator
Outlines • Introduction • Starter • Listening • Language Work • Work study • Speaking • Writing
Introduction • Webpages are documents designed for use on the World Wide Web which is an internet services that allows users to view linked Webpages stored on Web servers computers set of related documents stored on a web server is known as a website is referred to as the homepage. Webpages are viewed using a program called a browser.
The websites areas • Searching Engines : allow users to find websites related to a particular topics by searching a database ( a type of application program used for storing information so that it can be easily searched and stored) of links to other websites. • Websites allow users to download files ( copy files from server computer to a client computer).
Files available for downloading include application program that allow the user to perform specific tasks such as • Application program • Upgrades to programs that add features or fix bugs ( faults in the program). • Software drivers ( programs that are used to control peripheral devices and development tools ( software that can be used for writing programs or creating material such as Webpages). • Freeware: downloadable programs that are free to download and use. • Shareware: programs to download and try but should be paid for if the user wishes to continue to use them.
Publishing the website • After creating websites , they are published ( copy the websites to a web server computer). That referred to in the text as “ putting up a site”. • Every website has a web address . • Usually starts with “www” • The parts of the web address are separated by dots(.) e.g. www.themovieshrine.com • Domain name is part of web address to indicate where it’s stored.
Creating Web pages : • The Webpages are created by adding HTML ( Hyper Text Markup Language) tags to plain text to determine how is the webpage will display and creating hyperlinks ( dynamic links that the user clicks on to display other webpages. • Text editor. • Netscape Composer ( without knowing about HTML)
A website can register their website on a search engine that it is listed on the search engine. • Static sites : is a website that doesn’t change it’s content. • Dynamic sites: the update the webpages and keep the information up to date and make sure the hyperlinks still connected to existing websites.
Language work Modal : Would
Modals Modal auxiliaries combine with verb forms to help Express Attitudes: Can, could, may, might, must, ought, shall, should, will, would. Rule : modal + V1 (base form) Examples : • Miri can speak four languages. • We must finish. • Would you like some coffee?
Would • Would is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use would mainly to: • talk about the past • talk about the future in the past • express the conditional mood • We also use would for other functions, such as: • expressing desire, polite requests and questions, opinion or hope, wish and regret...
Would: Talking about the past • We often use would as a kind of past tense of will or going to: • Even as a boy, he knew that he would succeed in life. • I thought it would rain so I brought my umbrella.
would: Future in past • When talking about the past we can use would to express something that has not happened at the time we are talking about: • In London she met the man that she would one day marry. • He left 5 minutes late, unaware that the delay would save his life.
Would: Conditionals • We often use would to express the so-called second and third conditionals: • If he lost his job he would have no money. • If I had won the lottery I would have bought a car. • Using the same conditional structure, we often use would when giving advice: • I wouldn't eat that if I were you. • If I were in your place I'd refuse. • If you asked me I would say you should go.
Homework: Writing • Planning your website • Writ about three stages to the planning process. use the flowchart in your textbook : • Analysis • Design • Evaluation Note : Send the homework by email before 1/4/2010.