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    The older generation has taught the newer generation many lessons, ranging from basic education to social conduct. However, the newer generation also has many lessons to teach the older generation, such as open mindedness, freedom of thought, perseverance, and enjoying life. These lessons, while having both positive and negative effects, have become essential to the modern world. One lesson that my generation has learned, is to be open minded. The people of the older generations are more close minded

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    Writing and Reading for a New Generation

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    “Writing and Reading for a New Generation” In the past decade, the Internet has taken over. Everyone from young children to senior citizens can communicate, send e-mail, or look up any bit of information in seconds. Because of the overwhelming shift to Internet technology and communication, many aspects of writing have been forever changed. Writers often write differently for the Internet than they do for a physical publication. Readers often read differently on the Internet than physically

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    will discuss the new generation and how technology plays a huge role in their lives and how at times it can affect them while at school. Often times this click-through generation don’t read instructions or syllabus and are puzzled by grades that are less than satisfactory. Additionally, this essay also talks about how this generation are the new motivators and that educators need to learn how to teach this generation differently. The Click-Through Generation "The illiterate

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    As new generations come up and introduce new values, technology, and attitudes to society, many older generations tend to think of the newer generations as lazy or “cutting corners,” instead of appreciating the innovation, independence, and diverse views of the younger generations. The younger generations are subject to the vast narrow-mindedness of the older generations. The older generations, including the Generation X and Baby Boomers, have gotten used to being the newest of generations and being

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    Recruiting & Orienting a New Generation

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    employers and managers. There is a new generation entering the workforce that many see as difficult, lazy, and foreign. While the years vary, millennial's generally are represented by people in the United States born in-between 1980 & 2000 (Kuhl, 2014). This is a new generation of employees who think very differently than past generations and have a very different perception of the employee-employer relationship. Many companies are struggling with recruiting this generation into their workforce and even

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    The new generation The youth of today is the leaders of tomorrow it is said but what if the leaders of tomorrow don't look like they even be anything close than that? You already have your opinion of the kids today, whether its pre-teens who are 9-13 years old teenagers from 13-19 years old or even the young adults who are to take the places of their elders in the future. Which ever age group, there is a lot of negative views on them all, at least to those people who have non-wishfully observed

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    New Learning Strategies for Generation X

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    New Learning Strategies for Generation X Generation X workers resent the labels that have been used to describe them: slackers, arrogant, disloyal, having short attention spans. In fact, these descriptions are less likely to reflect the behaviors of individuals in Generation X than the perceptions of managers who are not attuned to new ways of learning. This Digest investigates ways in which the learning characteristics of the young adults classified as Generation X reflect the need for the new

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    “Millennials are interacting all day but almost entirely through a screen. They might look calm, but they’re deeply anxious about missing out on something better” (Stein). In the article The New Greatest Generation, Joel Stein discusses his thoughts on why the Millennial generation is where they are today and his forecast on their future, he also provides information to back up his opinion. In this piece Stein talks about how the advancements in technology (cellphones) have created a world for

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    Joel, and Josh Sanburn. "The New Greatest Generation." Time 181.19 (2013): 26. Academic Search Complete. Web. 13 Mar. 2016. The new greatest generation was written by Joel Stein, and is critical analysis of the new generation in this article Stein states that people that are in the new millennial generation are considered narcissistic, lazy, and highly unmotivated. He is a writer for the world famous time magazine. The author thinks the only thing the new generation cares about is themselves. The

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    In the article named The New Greatest Generation, Joel Stein conveys that “millennials’ self-involvement is more a continuation of a trend than a revolutionary break from previous generations. They’re not a new species; they’ve just mutated to adapt to their environment” (Stein 31). He supports this suggestion by first using logos to advance his claim, and then by using sentence variety and a conversational tone. Stein’s purpose is to show that the way that millennials act is just a small change

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