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Today’s assignment is to discuss: Where can you find reliable information?
Discuss with your Speaking Partner the following:
1. Discuss with your Speaking Partner what “information literacy” means.
2. Describe what the people are doing in each of these photos:
3. How do you make a decision about the best product to buy for the following purchases?
4. Information can be found in many places, such as the library, the Internet, the newspaper, and advertisements. Which source of information do you think is the best?
5. Do you talk to your friends before making a decision about what to purchase?
Read the following words of Elder M. Russell Ballard to your speaking partner. Read one time through and discuss pronunciation, unfamiliar phrases, or vocabulary words. Read another time through and discuss the advantages of the Internet.
Sharing the Gospel Using the Internet
In the span of nearly 80 years, I've seen many changes. When I began my mission in England in 1948, the most common way for people to get news was through newspapers and radio.
How different the world is today. For many of you, if you read newspapers, the chances are you read them on the Internet. Ours is the world of cyberspace, cell phones that capture video, video and music downloads, social networks, text messaging and blogs, handhelds and podcasts.
This is the world of the future, with inventions undreamed of that will come in your lifetime as they have in mine. How will you use these marvelous inventions?