GCSE – Lesson 7 – What is the internet?
This lesson begins by testing learner recall and asking them to sketch each of the four topologies given. It then moves on to describing the internet from its invention to how it works now. Next, learners discover how a web browser is used to access the WWW by using DNS to find the IP address of each website. At this point, learners use the Packet Tracer software to see a simulation of this, which they can investigate. Finally, learners are given a more in-depth view of how DNS works and the different types of domain servers that are available.
- Describe the internet as a network of computer networks
- Describe the function of an IP address
- Describe a DNS and its role in the conversion of a URL to an IP address
- Describe the role and function of a web browser
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