I guess technology makes your life easier. Maybe it means you can keep in touch with your family, you can talk to and even see relatives who live far away. Well, Kim has shown me that technology can do even more for young disabled people like me. It can help us make friends, communicate and control our environment (like turning the lights on and out). It can help us study, get qualifications and find opportunities for work. It can make us confident and independent.
The author summarised the benefits of technology and how it helps disabled people achieve things and perform tasks that were presented throughout the lesson, 'tech bloomers,' in this paragraph.
Alisha believes that technological advancements have made our life easier. People can use technology to contact their family, talk to distant relatives, and possibly visit them. Mobile phones, for example, allow us to communicate with people in other parts of the world who are able to see themselves via video conversations.
On the other side, Kim has shown how technology may assist young disabled people like Alisha and her classmates. As a result, it not only aids normal individuals in being self-independent, but it also aids disabled people in becoming self-independent.
Technology allows us to make friends and interact, as well as control our environment by turning lights on and off, managing room temperature, programming home appliances to order goods on their own, making appliances work for us using our voice commands, etc.
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State Council of Educational Research and Training (2018). English Standard-10. Tech Bloomers (pp. 126-130). Published by the Tamil Nadu Textbook and Educational Services Corporation.