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Sonia Aviles

DEVELOPMENT

LESSON 9

-Do you recognize these stages?-What are they for?-Put the stages in the best order.

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VOCABULARY

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Read the interview and answer... Which stages from the previous slide does Jess Wong mention?

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READING

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Read again and answer the questions:

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Reading Comprehension

1. Why does Jess talk to the client at the beginning of the process?2. Why are the interviews sometimes difficult?3. What does the specification document contain, besides writing?4. Why does the analyst want the client to check the specification document?

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1. All separate features and pieces of information about something. ________________2. To think about something very carefully; step by step. _________________3. Officially say that you are happy with something. ___________________4. To ask someone questions formally in order to find out information. _________________5. To find problems in a computer program and correct them. ___________________

Complete these definitions with the words in the box. Use the stages and interview to help you.

debug

analyse

interview

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detail

DEFINITIONS

approve

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THINK AND ANSWER...

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DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

What makes a website easy or difficult to use?What makes it interesting?How easy is it to find things in your company's website?What makes a website look good?What makes the website of your company look good or bad?

Read and answer: What do you think a fan site is?Was the project succesful?How do you know?

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Reading comprehension II

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Find the words that match the definitions:

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1. accesible by anyone (p2)2. information, images, video,etc; on a website or in an application (p2)3. better or more expensive than others (p2)4. two or more things that are used together (p3)5. that can be used in many different ways (p3)6. things that are difficult to do (p4)7. possible to see (p4)8. position on page of search results (p4)

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GRAMMAR

Take a look in the chart.

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Follow the structure of passive voice and change the sentences into passive:

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3rd grade / Group A

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ACTIVE VOICE1. They found the problem.2. The customer requires a dynamic, exciting website.3. We used PHP for this website.4. People can watch videos on this website.5. People can download useful PDFs from this website.

PASSIVE VOICE1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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What was done to create the website?Complete this email, use passive voice!

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Software development

Look and answer!Find an example of a constant in the code.What do you think the value of X is, after the third instruction.

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Listen to the audio 38 about a conversation between 2 programmers about this code that controls a robot using a mobile phone. Then, number the variables in the order they are explained.g_Turn k_Press g_Move

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Listening!

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Listen again and answer!1. If g_Move has the value 0, the robot ____________.2. If g_Turn has the value 0, the robot _____________.3. If you press "X" on the phone, key_Press has the value ___________.

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Listening and writing!

Listen to the second part of the conversation between 2 programmers (audio 39). Which lines of code are they talking about?

Look at the meaning of this programming instructions. Use "make" and "cause" to explain how each of the instructions controls information.1. cout: sends out information to the screen.2. cin: takes input from the keyboard.3. rename: changes a filename4. exit: stops a program5. time: returns the number of seconds since midnight on 1 January 19706. remove: deletes a file

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GRAMMAR: MAKE AND CAUSE

Example: "a" makes the robot go forward.