Which generation is most likely to use technology during meals?
Generation Z (age 15-20, that's you, I hope)
Millennials (age 21-34)
Generation X (age 35-49, that's me)
Baby Boomers (age 50-64)
Silent Generation (age 65+)
How accurate was your prediction?
If your parents were asked to predict the answer to this question, how accurate would they be?
What is the most common type of technology that used during mealtime?
Does it annoy you when someone uses their phone to text while you are eating dinner with them?
If you went on a date and your date checked their phone or texted every few minutes what would you think?
What is the most surprising information from this chart?
What is the big story from this information?
Why do you think that is?
What is one consequence of this information?
Is this good or bad news?
Do you believe that it is rude to use technology during a meal?
Write a newspaper "headline" about this information:
Let's make up the name for the next generation - your own future kids' generation - we'll call them "The Bonkers Generation." Using the information form the chart as a guide, describe how much technology this future generation will probably use at mealtime.
How often do you even eat meals with other people?
Do you think that multitasking is generally more effective or counterproductive?
This may be a stretch, but try to explain any connection you can make between the information contained in this chart and the U.S. political system:
In the comments section, describe the use of technology during a typical family meal in your household.