university of ghana: level 100
IDENTITY: MUHAMMED BAWA
COURSE: THIS TASK
LECTURER: MRS MARGARET ANSRE
TOPIC: TALK ABOUT THE NEGATIVE EFFECT OF TELEVISION
FOR THE BEHAVIOR OF KIDS
With the progression of technology which has brought to the light the emergence of television, which intend delivered to bear convenient accessibility to issues, news, advertisements, learning and so forth On the contrary, this kind of emergence of television features contributed however still adding to negative affects on the patterns of children today. Nowadays a growing number of adults will be alarmed together with the negative effect of television prove children. Actually parents and educators possess expressed concern over the opportunity that the content of advertising, particularly film, might have affect children's price and appearance of aggression. Children parental input is a extended, stressful and complex method. Atmospheres in family and at school likewise influence character and patterns of a child. In the last couple of years television impact also started to be the main leisure activity: Children devote more hours to television watching than reading ebooks, talking to father and mother or good friends, school studies etc . Tv wins specific authority among new technology. Children often follow and copy the model of patterns of their preferred characters, as a result they tend to repeat the bad behavior with their favorite persona and try to illustrate it. As a result television viewing have some aspect of negative tendencies on kids today. Given below are some vital points about how television affects children equally positively and negatively. First of all, television may affect learning and school functionality if it lower into the time kids need for activities vital to healthy, mental and physical development. Almost all of children's spare time, especially during the early formative years, must be spent actions such asplaying, reading, discovering nature, or perhaps participating in sporting activities. Television viewing involves a...
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