Technology in our current society


                                                                                                                                                 What is technology? 


Technology is the sum of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the achievement of objectives, such as scientific research.

They help societies in general, as we can confirm in our daily routines, where the use of technologies is essential for the development of it.

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Here you have some useful vocabulary about technology




The application of scientific discoveries for practical purposes, especially in industry


A person who is enthusiastic about new technology.


A person who fears or dislikes new technology, especially computers, and does not want to use it.


The development and use of a new idea or method.


To change into a stronger or more advanced form.


Important development or discovery.


Very modern.


The latest stage of development of a product, using the most recent ideas and method and including the latest features.

High tech

Using or involving advanced technology.


Not in use anymore, having been replaced by something better.

To boot up

To start a computer.

To upgrade

To obtain a more powerful or feature-rich computer, electronic device or piece of software.


The programmes and other operating information used by a computer and related devices.


The physical parts of a computer and related devices.


The extensive global system of connected computers that allows people to share information and communicate with each other.


A set of pages of information on the internet about a particular subject, published by a single person or organization.

To browse

To look for and look at information on the internet.

Social Media

Websites and computer programmes such as Facebook or Twitter that allow people to connect and share content online.

Computer virus

A piece of code which is capable of copying itself and typically has a detrimental effect, such as corrupting the system or destroying data.


A thing made or adapted for a particular purpose, especially a piece of mechanical or electronic equipment. It is usually quite small.


A small mechanical or electronic device or tool, often ingenious, novel or fun as well as being useful.


A very small piece of silicon with electronic circuits on it that can hold large quantities of information or perform mathematical and logical operations.

AI (artificial intelligence)

The development of computers or computer-controlled robots to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence.


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Basic Technology Vocabulary

Text message

Electronic communication sent and received by either mobile phones, computers or any other electronic devices.

Mobile phone

A telephone with access to a cellular radio system so it can be used over a wide area, without a physical connection to a network

Touch screen

A display device which allows the user to interact with a computer by touching areas on the screen.


A panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter.


A hand-held pointing device that detects two-dimensional motion relative to a surface.

Video Game 

A game played by electronically manipulating images produced by a computer program on a monitor or other display.


A facility allowing computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly within a particular area


A set of related web pages located under a single domain name.


A screen is a flat vertical surface on which pictures or words are shown.


An electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program.


A computer that is portable and suitable for use while travelling.

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Here you have some warm-up activities you can complete before going to the final task. They help you to acquire vocabulary about this topic.

Warm-Up Activities


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The task of this Webquest is that the learners write an essay while working collaboratively with their peers. In this written activity, students must talk about the importance and relevance of modern technologies in our everyday life.

Moreover, it is also pertinent that learners get familiarized with these technologies, to get informed about the many uses and advantages that exist with their implementation in our daily lives.


Group Work – Group Work and Communitication

The class will be split into groups of 4 students, where each student will take a role.

You and your group must write an essay about technology and the effects and how much utility it has in daily life.


Student A: In charge of writing the introduction, telling and explaining what is the text going to be about.

Student B: In charge of writing a paragraph about technology and how it was originated. (Where, when, how, etc.)

Student C: In charge of writing a paragraph about the connection between technology and daily life, explaining why it is necessary for us.

Student D: In charge of writing the conclusion, summarizing all of the important facts an ideas mentioned before.

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Make sure that before writing, all of the members of the group must work in the process of compiling the information needed. Additionally, do not forget that all the members of the group must check the final product before sending it.

You can use the information and sources previously given to complete the assignment. Alternatively, you can add new more sources if necessary. If so, make sure to include where you took the information from, adding them on a references page at the end.

When finished, send your assignment to your teachers as they will accord that with the class.



  4. Distinguished 3. Proficient 2. Apprentice 1. Novice
Information from reputable sources


Included facts, conclusions, and opinions from reliable sources. Included opinions of subject-matter experts.

Included facts, conclusions, and opinions from reliable sources.

Included a mixture of facts from reputable sources and opinions from unreliable sources. Included more opinion than fact. Information was taken from unreliable sources.
Primary and secondary sources


Included information from reputable secondary sources. Made extensive use of relevant and interesting primary source materials. Included information from at least three secondary sources. Used information from relevant primary source materials. Included factual information from multiple secondary sources. Used information from one primary source. Work did not have information from any primary sources. Included information from only one secondary source.
Ideas, voice, conventions, fluency, organization, and word choice


Ideas presented in logical order. Unique and interesting details supported the main idea, and natural flow made writing easy to read. Used scholarly, topic-specific vocabulary and made no spelling, grammar, capitalization, or punctuation errors. Used personal style and feeling. Most ideas presented in logical order. Details supported the main idea. Used scholarly vocabulary. Made less than 5 spelling, grammar, capitalization, or punctuation errors. Some ideas presented in logical order. There were few details to support the main idea. Made 5 to 10 spelling, grammar, capitalization, or punctuation errors. Ideas were not presented in logical order. Details did not support the main idea. Made more than 10 spelling, grammar, capitalization, or punctuation errors.
Interesting, informative details


All details were unique, interesting, and related to and supported the main idea. Writing included information based on personal experience. Writing had many interesting details which supported the main idea. Writing included information based on personal experience. Writing had three or more details that supported the main idea. Writing had few details.



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On this Webquest, we have learnt:

I) What technology is.

II) How it was originated.

III) How advantageous it is for us.

IV) Vocabulary about technology.

V) To work collaboratively.

VI) General knowledge of technology and its surroundings.



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All of the contents and sources are in the same hyperlinks over this webquest. Credits and thanks to all of them.


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This Webquest is useful for both teachers and students.

It can be taken to teach about technology in general and at the same time, could be taught to English (EFL) students in order to get knowledge about the topic and to work collaboratively.

Make sure to set a way in which the students will send the assignment to you, as it is explained on the instructions.


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