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INTRODUCTION


Through the time we have seen how the mankind has searched exhaustive the way to understand the different knowledge and how to teach the learning in which they can perform better, it is for that reason that the researches had been made to know how and in which manner they can be taught and that them can be also transmitted from generation to generation. At the same time thesearching of the goals proposed the human being had created different machines that in their era had been an enormous help for us besides the fact that they promote the continuous improvement of themselves and so have a progress an example of this progress was the use of the abacus which was made with shells, stones, seeds or any other type of material that can be used as a support. It is for thatreason that the technological advances had an important role in this type of task, because it made it easier the acquisition of the knowledge, even if it seems so easy to understand, one of the case of the technological advances was the invention of the computer. When the mathematician and British inventor Charles Babbage and his partner also the British mathematician Augusta Ada Byron elaboratedthe beginnings of what nowadays is known as the modern computer; they had never imagined the summit and the benefits that principles and invent would bring to the humanity since his principal aim was the solving of mathematical complex problems that were arising at the moment of carry out with them and solve them, with base on these analogical computers that had begun to build them at thebeginning of the 20th century, there were elaborated those first models which only were evaluating the difficult numerical approximations which this difficulty had turned out to become more and more hard to solve by using of other known methods. The first models made the calculations through the axes and gyratory gears. During both world wars there were used technological analogical systems, which wereused for measuring the trajectory of the torpedoes in the submarines and for handling the distance with which it was sent the bombs in the aviation. For 1944 there is announced a machine similar to the current computer and that was presented by the Dr. Howard Aiken in Harvard University and it was called Mark I, which this machine was too heavy and too difficult to transport, two years later in1946 J.P.Eckert and J.W.Mauchly in Pennsylvania University, U.S.A. it was built another computer but this one already was electronic and it was known by the name of ENIAC's (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer). At the end of the 1950’s decade there were joined new technological elements that improved the versatility of the computers and made them faster, smaller and more comfortablesince they were created to reduce space and its manufacture was turning out to be more economic, this new type of computers were known as computers of the second generation.

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In our era it has seen how this mentioned technologicaltools had turned into a mainly and fundamentally part of the every day living of the people and how they had transformed and continues transforming us our daily living, often turning into a fundamental part though this was not the intention with which they were created. Nowadays it is possible to use tools as a tape recorder, a television, a DVD player, a computer, Internet, between otherstechnological tools that they help us to entertain us or just to improve the way of how we give lessons, since they facilitate us at the moment of teaching or just to use them as base to strengthen that knowledge that we have taught or acquired. Previously we could see how through the music, the television, the press, the magazines were influenced the desire to learn a foreign language, since it was...
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