By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Tell me the difference between an American restaurant and a French café. • If you would like bonus points. . . • Tell me the name of a famous writer who ate at this café. • Take out a piece of paper and be ready to take some notes. • You will be visiting a web site on the World Wide Web. The computer name for a Web address is a “URL.” • When you get to the first site, you will click onto a “link.” This link will take you to another spot on the Internet. • Go to the next slide to get more directions. More directions! • First, you will click onto the URL that I will give you. • After the Web site appears, click onto the link that says: • Café de Flore (6th) • When you get to this site, look carefully at the picture looking for differences between it and an American restaurant. Still More directions! • Next, click on the “back” button on the browser menu. • This time click onto the link that says: Les Deux Magots (6th) • When you get to your location, look at the picture, and write another difference you see between American restaurants and French cafes. • Go to the next slide to get the “URL” of your destination. (The Internet Web address.) • When you finish looking for differences, go to the next slide. • Hint: if you double click the picture, it will get bigger. • Type this URL into the address bar of your Internet browser, or click onto the link below. • http://www.paris.org/Cafes/ • If you would like some extra credit, continue here. If not, click the button and go on. • Go back to that web site and read the café descriptions. Tell me the names of two famous people who ate at either café. • Click to go back: • You must be getting hungry! Let’s order something to eat. Click on the waiter to learn to order in French.