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Influence of Tv Onchildren

  • Date Submitted: 09/29/2010 10:21 PM
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The greatest influence on children of today is television. It has become one of the most popular inventions. As time progresses, television is becoming more and more relevant in the lives of children. With it Children have been able to watch shows designed specifically for children and also historical moments. Historical moments like when men first walked on the moon or discovered the fire. They watch television while they eat, to entertain guest, before they go to bed, and to play video games.Television has its advantages and disadvantages.It could be a good source of information   for children if to use it properly.If Tv watching of children is under control of adults,so it will effect children on positive way.On the other hand, children who watch cartoons on foreign channels become very highLY skillED in understanding A foreign language.
IF youngsters are used to workING AND learnING individually, they will have no problems later with studying languages.But on the other hand it has many harmful sides,which I would like to talk about.
Growing up, children have become more influenced by television than by their parents. In today's society, programs such as Music Television have replaced quality time, like sitting and talking with parents, with visual aides that shapes a child's ideals. In the past, this role was dominated by the influence of family and child's surroundings. When children watch television, they are physically passive yet mentally very active, absorbing information, ideas, and values. Television is such a powerful teacher that adults must be very sure that the lessons children learn from television are desirable in order to ensure their child's mental well-being.
Through what they experience on television, children are forced into adulthood at too young of an age. The innocence of youth is lost when children stare endlessly at a screen displaying the horrors of murder, rape, assault, devastating fire, and other natural disasters. Although these...


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