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Television – A Tool of Instruction
Does the word ‘television’ rings a bell? Of course it does. It has been a topic of great debate ever since it was invented. On one hand, it is credited of keeping the masses informed but on the other hand, it is wrongly accused of causing distraction. Children watching television is also a supposed sign of being spoilt.
But is this argument still valid? No. With the advancement in technology and communication industry, the amount of content telecast on the television is also increasing. This provides a variety of age appropriate television programmes to choose from.
Seeing the love of kids for television, multiple educational channels have been launched. These channels aim at making learning a fun process for the kids. But most parents fail to realise this. They ban children from watching television. Wouldn’t it be great if children learn while having fun? There are numerous interactive channels that aim at achieving this goal. It is an all win-win situation.
The argument that television spoils children is completely invalid in today’s era. So, dear parents, instead of scolding your children for watching television, let them watch these programmes so that they learn and have fun at the same time and forget the tedious aspect of education.