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Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
Group three – presentation second version
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  • Generation: Generation  (from the  Latin   generāre , meaning "to beget"),  [1]  also known as  procreation  in  biological  sciences, is the act of producing  offspring . In a more general sense, it can also refer to the act of  creating  something inanimate such as  ideas ,  sound ,  electrical generation  using technology or  cryptographic   code generation . Generation Gap: The  generational gap  is  and was  a term popularized in Western countries during the 1960s referring to differences between people of a younger generation and their elders, especially between a child and their parent's generation. Although some generational differences have existed throughout history, because of more rapid cultural change during the modern era differences between the two generations increased in comparison to previous times, particularly with respect to such matters as musical tastes, fashion, culture and politics. This may have been magnified by the unprecedented size of the young generation during the 1960s, which gave it unprecedented power and willingness to rebel against societal norms.
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    • 1. Group Three – Presentation Digital Natives & Generation Y Emerson Lima Felipe Silva Jean Costa Nanci Rocha
    • 2. Generation Gap
      • What does generation mean?
      • The Wester World’s generation;
      • And, what about generation gap ?
    • 3. Generations
      • In the 1991 book Generations , William Strauss and Neil Howe call this generation the "13th Generation" and define the birth years as 1961 to 1981.
      • Generation x
      1982- Millennial 1961-1981 Thirteenth 1943-1960 Boom 1925-1942 Silent 1901-1924 G.I. 1883-1900 Lost 1860-1882 Missionary 1843-1859 Progressive 1822-1842 Gilded 1792-1821 Transcendental 1767-1791 Compromise 1742-1766 Republican 1724-1741 Liberty 1701-1723 Awakening
    • 4.
      • Few characteristics of Generation x:
      • Better educated than baby boomers
      • Came of age in an era of two-income families
      • Rising divorce rates
      • Women were joining the workforce in large numbers
      • Independent, resourceful and self-sufficient
      • Many in this generation display a casual disdain for authority and structured work hours.
      • The first generation to grow up with computers, technology is woven into their lives
      • Members of Generation X work to live rather than live to work.
      By  Sally Kane , About.com.Guide http://legalcareers.about.com/od/practicetips/a/GenerationX.htm
    • 5. Generation X have political experiences and cultural perspective that were shaped by events such as:
      • THE END OF COLD WAR
      • FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL
      • 1973 OIL CRISIS AND 1979 ENERGY CRISIS
      • 1980s RECESSION
      • INCEPTION OF HOME COMPUTER
      • RISE OF VIDEOGAMES AND CABLE TELEVISION
      • INTERNET FOR SOCIAL AND COMERCIAL PURPOSES
      • AIDS EPIDEMIC
      • SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER DISASTER
      • HIP HOP CULTURE
      • MTV GENERATION
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_X
    • 6. Events in the 60s
      • The Vietnan war
      • Martin Luther King Jr. makes his famous " I Have a Dream " speech the March on Washington in 1963;
      • Moon landing of July 1969
      • China 's Mao Zedong executes the Great Leap Forward
      • In Africa, 32 countries gained independence from their European colonial rulers .
      • the birth control pill is introduced
      • Hippie culture
    • 7. Events in the 70s
      • US President Richard Nixon Watergate scandal in 1974;
      • The Fall of Saigon , leading to the end of the Vietnam War in 1975;
      • The 1973 oil crisis
      • The Iranian Revolution of 1979 Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini ;
      • Disco music
      • The first video games – The Atari
    • 8. Events in the 80s:
      • The end of the Cold War
      • Space Shuttle , Columbia , lifted off in 1981
      • In 1986, the Challenger disaster
      • In 1985, the Live Aid concert - famine in Ethiopia
      • Radioactive Chernobyl disaster
      • The Iran–Iraq War
      • Aids Epidemic
      • The fall of Berlim wall in 1989
      • Inception of home computer and internet for social and comercial prurposes.
      • MTV generation
      • Hip Hpo culture
    • 9. Generation X - Today, digital immigrant?
      • Digital immigrants:
      • Prefer to talk on the phone or in person
      • Are accustomed to and like to read manuals with clear steps,
      • Assume they will work their way up the ladder in the workplace (in a linear fashion, in one career)
      • Enjoy face-to-face contact with their friends
      • Value the use of proper english
      • Use the internet to gather information
      • Think young people are wasting their lives via online research (wikipedia generation) and communication, believe the internet is not "real life, "
      • and have safety concerns such as kidnapping, assault, and robbery.
      • http://cybersolutionstoday.blogspot.com/2011/03/new-york-times-article-on-tenn-sexting.html
    • 10. Generation Y
      • Born in the mid-1980's and later, Generation Y legal professionals are in their 20s and are just entering the workforce. With numbers estimated as high as 70 million, Generation Y (also known as the Millennials) is the fastest growing segment of today’s workforce. As law firms compete for available talent, employers cannot ignore the needs, desires and attitudes of this vast generation.
    • 11. Generation Y
      • Tech-Savvy: Generation Y grew up with technology and rely on it to perform their jobs better. Armed with BlackBerrys, laptops, cellphones and other gadgets, Generation Y is plugged-in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
      • Family-Centric: Generation Y legal professionals have a different vision of workplace expectations and prioritize family over work.
      • Achievement-Oriented: Nurtured and pampered by parents who did not want to make the mistakes of the previous generation, Generation Y is confident, ambitious and achievement-oriented.
    • 12. Generation Y
      • Team-Oriented: As children, Generation Y participated in team sports, play groups and other group activities. They value teamwork and seek the input and affirmation of others
      • Attention-Craving: Generation Y craves attention in the forms of feedback and guidance. They appreciate being kept in the loop and seek frequent praise and reassurance. Generation Y may benefit greatly from mentors who can help guide and develop their young careers.
    • 13.  
    • 14. Digital Natives
      • What is a digital native?
      A person who through interacting with digital technology from an early age has a greater understanding of its concepts.
    • 15. Digital Natives
      • What about the others?
    • 16. Digital Natives
      • Why “digital natives”?
      •  
      • An analogy:
      • A country’s natives
      • Immigrants
      • Thick accent
    • 17. Digital Natives
      • Conflicts between generations
      • At work:
      • At home:
    • 18. Digital Natives
      • What happens to people born before the 21 st century? Are they digital immigrants?
      You judge it!
    • 19. Digital Natives
      • Is everyone born in 21 st century a “digital native”?
      • No, because…
      • Not all children and young adults are comfortable with technology
      • Not all the “digital immigrants” have an awkwardness with technology
      • Environment: children who are not in contact with technology won’t be digital natives
      • Nobody is "born digital" as nobody is born literate
    • 20.
      • If, as teachers, we are dealing with digital natives, how can we engage our students?
    • 21. Conclusion
    • 22. Bibliography
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_generations# List_of_generations
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_gap
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generation_X

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