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ESL English Lesson: Google Glass
David Robinson

Today, let’s talk about Google Glass. This is a wearable computer that has an optical head-mounted display on a pair of glasses that allows users to video what they see. They can also wake up Glass and say “ok Glass, take a picture” for a hands free way to take a snapshot. Users of Google Glass can also communicate with the internet via natural language voice commands.

Google started selling Google Glass in April 2014 for a limited period for US$1,500. The device became available to the general public in May 2014 for the same price. Currently Google provides four choices of frame for US$225.

The article: Students check any unknown vocabulary or phrases with the teacher. Article quiz: Students quiz each other in pairs. Score a point for each correct answer. Roleplay: One of you is the interviewer. There are up to four guests. You are in the BBC News Technology studio. Today’s interview is: Google Glass. 10 mins. 1) A tech journalist. 2) A Google Glass user. 3) Someone from Google. 4) Someone who wishes to buy Google Glass.

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