Using a computer every day can have more negative than positive effects on children. Do you agree or disagree ? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

In recent years using a
has become widespread among children, meanwhile some people believe it has massive negative effects as opposed to positive. I highly disagree that the destruction aspect is more, because the
of our world belongs to computers so children should be ready for it. There are several reasons why I would argue against negative effects of
computers play an important role in our lives especially in education. Many courses and resources are available on the internet nowadays, which children can use them for studies and improve them.
For example
, they can use YouTube for a math problem by searching their question and find solution easily.
the educational sources and their topics vary
children and adolescents can be more creative by watching them. I mean these kind of courses inspire kids to consider those aspects of life in a different way and try to change things to the best one or create other practical things.
, nowadays many new careers are created just because computers
Accept space
that demonstrates
fact, the
belongs to that group of people who are skilled enough about computers.
, parents should try to guide adolescents to use a
in a right way and consider is for their
. In conclusion, the benefits of using
are more and children need to know
fact which the
belongs to skilled and expert people.
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