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Cell phone Features
Yes I do. No I don't. Yes he does. No he doesn't.
Yes it does. No it doesn't. Yes she does. No she doesn't.
You can also answer with I don't know 1) Do you have a cell phone? 2) Does your cell phone have a camera? 3) Does your cell phone record video? 4) Does your cell phone have vibrate? 5) Does your cell phone text message? 6) Does your cell phone have a calculator? 7) Does your cell phone have an address book? 8) Does your cell phone have an audio recorder? 9) Does your cell phone have Internet? Interview a partner: 1) Do you have a cell phone? 2) Does your cell phone have a camera? 3) Does your cell phone record video? 4) Does your cell phone have vibrate? 5) Does your cell phone text message? 6) Does your cell phone have a calculator? 7) Does your cell phone have an address book? 8) Does your cell phone have an audio recorder?
9) Does your cell phone have Internet?
Polite or Impolite?
Is it polite/safe to use your cell phone_________? Yes, it is. No, it isn't.
1) Is it polite to use your cell phone in the bathroom? 2) Is it polite to use your cell phone at the supermarket? 3) Is it polite to use your cell phone at the movies? 4) Is it polite to use your cell phone on the bus? 5) Is it polite to use your cell phone at a restaurant? 6) Is it polite to use your cell phone in English class? 7) Is it safe to use a cell phone while driving? Interview a partner 1) Is it polite to use your cell phone in the bathroom? 2) Is it polite to use your cell phone at the supermarket? 3) Is it polite to use your cell phone at the movies? 4) Is it polite to use your cell phone on the bus? 5) Is it polite to use your cell phone at a restaurant? 6) Is it polite to use your cell phone in English class? 7) Is it safe to use a cell phone while driving? Brainstorm with the class and create a chart with the results.
Cell Phone Etiquette
With your partner, brainstorm 5 places it is inappropriate to use a cell phone. _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TRDNdDWYDU In what five places did “Curt the Cyberguy” say it was inappropriate to use a cell phone? _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Have you ever used a cell phone inappropriately? __________________ Describe a time when you saw a cell phone being used inappropriately. Where were you? Describe the person. What was the person doing? How did that make you feel? What did you do?
Student Sample (Inappropriate Use of Cell Phones)
Yesterday in the class, when I took the test, somebody called me. When my cell phone started ringing, I felt embarrassed because I knew, we were not supposed to use cell phones in the class. But, I have learned now, before the class start, I have to turn off my cell phone. Question of the Day Questions that can be asked We missed you in class today. Will you be coming tomorrow? Please bring _________to class tomorrow. Do you want the teacher to send you messages on your phone? Do you have any children? Are you practicing English? What are you doing? Are you speaking English? What do you do after class? What did you eat for breakfast this morning? Student Survey http://www.quia.com/sv/501056.html
Instant Photo Gratification Software name Owner Privacy Storage (free accounts) Unlimited photos and up to 500 videos Notes
Proper Authorization and Authentication mechanisms ensure the users’ privacy at Photobucket.com. Password protected sharing, and guest level access authorization methods are used to share the private pics. You can also render the photos as public, which would not require any authentication.
Only you (private) Your friends Your family Anyone (public)
Has photo competitions and groups
2 videos and 300 MB of photos each calendar month
Photostream views limited to the 200 most recent images
Post any of your photos in up to 10 group pools Only smaller (resized) images accessibl e (though the originals are saved in case you upgrade later)
Picasa is a software program that you install on your computer to let you edit, organize, and share your digital photos. Picasa Web Albums a website where you can upload pictures from your computer Google+ is a website where you can upload pictures from your computer into "albums." When you sign up for Google+, you're also signing up for Picasa Web Albums.
Public Limited anyone with link Limitedmust sign in with google+ Only You
Video can be no larger than 1 GB
Maximum photo size: Each image can be no larger than 20 megabytes and are restricted to 50 megapixels or less.
1 GB for photos and videos.
Instant Student Response Gratification What is a QR Code? QR means (Quick Response) Favorite App is BeeTagg (has app for every smartphone) Group me (Group phone conferencing) http://groupme.com/
Celly.ly for group text discussions (http://cel.ly) Remind 101 for one way discussions (http://www.remind101.com/)
Cell Phone as Clicker
See article: Free Clickers in the Classroom http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2010/10/free-classroom-response-system-with.html
http://voice.google.com (sign up for a free account)
Voki: http://www.voki.com Note: Max recording time is 1 minute
Mobile Phone Jargon (Pages 9-12 are taken from http://www.aloscotland.com/alo/viewresource.htm?id=2099)
Getting to grips with mobile phone jargon can be tough. As mobile technology has advanced at such a rapid rate, it seems like you need to learn a new mobile phone language to be able to understand even the simplest phone descriptions. We try to make everything on Top10 mobile phones easy to understand, but if you're struggling with any of the mobile phone jargon you've come across, our mobile phone glossary should provide you with everything you need to become an expert in mobile-speak. 1G First-generation mobiles or mobile systems – these are the first ever mobiles, they are no longer developed but provide the basis for all today's mobiles. Find out more in our History of mobile phones 2G Second-generation mobiles or mobile systems – 2G mobiles offer data, fax and SMS mobile services. 2G mobiles also offer limited data communications. 2.5G This was the next step from 2G and provides enhanced data communications as well as some other features. 3G Third-generation mobiles or mobile systems. 3G is the current generation of mobile technology, it supports much higher data rates, full motion video, and allows mobile users to access the internet. Air time This is the number of minutes spent talking on the phone, or the allowance of minutes from your provider. (See Talk Time) . Air time provider This is simply the mobile phone network. (See Talk Time Provider) Bluetooth Technology that allows a wire-free connections between devices. Caller display The screen of your mobile shows the name and number, and sometimes a picture of the caller on a call. Camera phone This is a mobile phone with an inbuilt camera device so you can take pictures with your phone. In recent years this has meant both still images and video. Compare all camera phones Camera phones Cell broadcast Your mobile network may occasionally provide you with useful information via SMS text messaging. Coverage This is the area in which you get mobile phone signal from your network. If you have coverage you can make and receive calls on your mobile phone. Find out more in our Guide to mobile phone coverage 11 Desk-top charger A handy gadget that holds the handset upright on a surface while it is charging so you can easily view the caller display. Check out our handy guide How to charge a mobile Dual band All new UK mobiles are dual band, this term refers to mobiles that can switch
between two frequencies. Email This is a shortening of electronic mail - most email is composed on a computer and sent via the internet but with new developments in mobile phone technology, you can now send and receive email using a mobile phone. GPRS General Packet Radio Service – This is a way to enhance 2G phones so they can send and receive data more rapidly. A GPRS connection means the phone is "always on" and can transfer data immediately. This is the standard digital service used throughout Europe. Hands-Free This is a safety feature that allows you to talk without holding the handset to your head; it often involves using an extra hands-free accessory such as a Bluetooth earpiece, and is particularly popular with drivers because holding a handset while driving is illegal in the UK. MP3 Player This can be a hardware, or software device, that can be built into a mobile phone and used to play audio files on your phone. Multimedia messaging This term refers to sending messages between mobile phones in formats other than text, for example images and video clips. Check out our guide How to take pictures with your mobile phone Off-Peak This refers to the period of time after business hours have ended and during which mobile phone companies quite often offer reduced rates for calls. Oftel The office of telecommunications – This is the independent watchdog for the UK telephone industry. It also covers mobile phones. Pay As You Go (PAYG) This is a pre-pay mobile phone service. It works by allowing customers to purchase credit in advance to give you talk time on your phone. PC card This device allows you to connect your mobile phone to your computer. Peak This is the time of day when the phone network is busiest – this usually occurs during normal business hours. Networks normally make calls more expensive during this peak time period. Polyphonic ringtones This is a form of ringtone which uses up to 40 different notes playing at one time, previously mobile phone ringtones used 16 notes – these were called monophonic tones. Roaming This is sometimes referred to as International Roaming. It means using your phone on a different network to the one to which you are signed-up. Your network and talk plan will determine how many countries you can roam in. SIM This stands for Subscriber Identity Module and is the chip that identifies the mobile number and mobile account to the network. It stores essential data and without a SIM a mobile phone will not work. SMS This stands for Short Message Service, it is the service that allows short text messages to be sent and received on all mobile phone networks. Mobile phones & free texts Standby time This refers to the number of hours that a mobile phone battery will last without receiving or making any calls. If you use the phone to make calls or send text messages then the standby time will be diminished. T9 This is the dictionary that predicts your text as you type text messages into your phone – it helps you to quickly write text messages. Talk time This is the same as Air time and refers to the actual amount of time spent talking on the phone, or in some cases the allowance of time. Talk time provider This is the same as Air Time Provider, and refers to the mobile phone network. For more information check out our Guide to mobile phone networks Tri-Band Tri band or Triple band phones can operate across three GSM bands, which means they can work in more than 100 countries. Voice activated dialing This is a way of controlling the call function on your mobile phone.
You say the name of a contact and it will automatically dial their number. This is a function most commonly used with hands free sets by drivers. Voicemail This is a mobile phone service provided by your network. Voicemail records messages from callers when you are unable to answer the phone. WAP This means Wireless Application Protocol, WAP enables mobile phones to activate the services that mean we can access the internet on our mobile phones.
Text Speak afaik atm asap bbl as far as I know at the moment as soon as possible for be back later bf or b/f and gf or g/f brb btw cam boyfriend or girlfriend be right back by the way web camera cas cnt cob cya cracking a smile can't close of business see you (later) dno dnt fnx ftw don't know don't thanks for the win fya fyi f9 g2g or gtg for your action for your information fine got to go g2p or gtp gd gg no re gj got to pee good often repeated to be gdgd good game, no rematch good job gna idc idk iirc gonna or going to i don't care i don't know if I remember correctly ily or ilu imho imo jic I love you in my humble opinion in my opinion just in case jk k kk kl just kidding okay okay, cool Cool lol lmao l8 l8r laugh out loud aughing my ass off late later m8 n nm ne mate and never mind any nefin np nt nw anything no problem nice try no worries 14 omg pita pos rofl oh my god pain in the ass parents over shoulder rolling on floor laughing roflmao rp slp/slpn soz rolling on floor laughing my ass off roleplay sleep/sleeping sorry sry tb tc thx sorry Text Back Take Care Thanks ty tmr or tmz or tomoz ttml ttyl or ttul Thank you tomorrow Talk to me later Talk to you later txtm8 ty tym w/ or w
textmate thank you time with w/e w/o wb wb2my weekend or whatever without welcome back write back to my wg whteva or woteva wk wkd well good what ever work or week wicked wt or wut wubu2 wuu2 yw what What you been up to? What are you up to? you're welcome
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