Ask learners “How do you get to the Internet?”
Take a few ideas from the group, then explain the following:
The "Internet" is a system of networks and the "Web" sits on top of the Internet and provides an interface for viewing and interacting with the information stored in various computers around the world. This short article from Skillcrush further explains the difference between the Internet and the Web
Further explain that:
Anytime you ask the Internet to do something, whether by entering a URL into a browser or watching a video on youtube, your internet request "hops" through several network devices, like routers and switches and servers, on its way from your computer to the website’s server.
Watch "There and Back Again: A Packet's Tale" to give learners a little more context before starting the next step.