Computer games can be beneficial and/or detrimental to students depending on how it is played and how long it is done.
Playing computer games requires critical thinking skills which in turn, it will improve a student's ability to think critically - to think ahead, to think smarter and better. Some computer games requires strategy in order to win the challenge. Some requires team effort which promotes sportsmanship and camaraderie among students. With playing games, it helps them to think outside the box, to think of the big picture.
However, when abused, computer games can be detrimental to students. They can be addicted to the games wherein it affects their studies, relationships with people especially their family and others. Also, there are games where violence is allowed and their is a chance that students might think that violence is okay even though it is not. The environment and habits in the game will be applied in real life which is not always good. There are themes in games that are only for a specific player age group in which left unsupervised, younger players might play it.
In the end, playing games should always be in moderation. There is a fine line in playing computer games that can be beneficial and can be detrimental to students.
The parts of the PowerPoint window
Title Bar: Displays the document name followed by a program name.
Menu Bar: Contains a list of options to manage and customize documents.
Standard Toolbar: Contains shortcut buttons for the most popular commands.
Formatting Toolbar: Contains buttons used for formatting.
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