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  • 1. DIGITAL NATIVES, DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS. The article is based primarily in the changes that education Because Marc Prensky and comparison between digital natives and digital immigrants , because it is true if a child born in another country adapts to the language even if native language was different the same happens with technology the child from birth can use computers without having to go to school while parents who are not native are scared of technology to use when a student makes his task does not analyze do not read all the text looking conclusions and transcribed while a digital immigrant seeking information but does not conform performs reads books the old way, discovers, not only uses technology is fascinating technology but in reality we get bored in a class, when we know how to use all these tools, we reach the point of giving the same direction as the child placed "www.hungry.com" we have to be careful because there to instruct the new generation about the buts and cons of social networking. Technology has revolutionized the way we teach and learn, giving new technological resources to teachers, to facilitate the way we teach and likewise help students gain a better understanding of the class. In the document the author shows the difference between digital natives and digital immigrants, Digital Natives: A digital native is a person who was born during or after the general introduction of digital technologies and through interacting with digital technology from an early age, has a greater understanding of its concepts. Alternatively, this term can describe people born during or after 1960s. The term suggests a familiarity with technology that not all children and young adults who would be considered digital natives have, though some instead have awkwardness with technology that not all digital immigrants have. This is depending on the location of the school and whether or not the students have access to these endless technologies. Digital Immigrants: A digital immigrant is an individual who was born before the existence of digital technology and adopted it to some extent later in life. (Prensky, 2001) ANA MARIA MANZANO GARCIA