1. Introduction Today television plays a big role in many people’s life, especially for children. It is hard to imagine a world without television. Thanks to the development of technology, television is invented, and considered as a great medium that provokes imagination, encourages education, and entertains the children around the world. Television can also be a beefy influence in developing value systems and shaping behavior (Bee, 1998).
Parental involvement has a significant effect on child’s achievement throughout the years of schooling. Researchers consider that educational failure is increased by lack of parental interest in child’s schooling. On the other hand, parents believe that the responsibility for their child’s education is shared between parents and the school. . Data for the study was collected through questionnaires, direct observations, and teacher interviews.
Because that’s what others think of them as. Its influencing children behaviors to be the way it’s shown on the television. In today 's ' generation, children are exposed to the television at a very young age. Exposing children to the television is exposing them to many other areas at the same time. At young age whatever children have been taught stays with them forever.
The Good Influence of Television on Children with Their Parents (MLA) We live in the huge media age. Most children are exposed to technologies such as Television (TV), cell phone, advertisement and radio, even before they learn their language. There are good aspects more than bad aspects. If parents manage the watching time of medias and show many of good programs for their children, it certainly leads to good results. The research shows that media can have positive impacts on children: “Education Content, Entertainment, Sports, Exposure to different cultures, Television can inspire, and 3D TV and programs (GONGALA).” The education and entertainment contents in children television can have both interesting and instructive impacts on preschoolers and
During middle childhood, children are various shapes and sizes, all developing at a different pace (Martorell, Papalia, & Feldman, 2013). Throughout their development, various forms of media have a strong influence on their life. One major source of media that has an influence on development during middle childhood is television (T.V.). The amount of time children spend watching T.V. may also alter study habits, sleeping patterns, eating habits, and change their leisure activities (Hofferth, 2010).
In his opinion, the government for a long time shape the population along to their preferences. The book offers insights on what effect the television has on child’s mental state and development. The source is useful. It is the most negative source in relation to the television influence on the society. I think that source is mostly biased.
Often, parents think learning only happens at school but that is far from true: learning starts at home. Some examples of educational factors would be being the child read to, did the family members complete school, does the child attend an educational program, and is the family involved in the child’s education. When it comes to how education affects a child’s development the first question is what is the quality of education that the child is receiving. This determines how it affects the child. Most of the time, education systems are surrounded by positive upbeat caring teachers which encourages children to learn which increases their brain growth and development.
Children who watch a lot of television programs tend to work less on their homework and retain less skill and information when there is a television on the background. Also, they have trouble paying attention to teachers because they are used to the fast-paced visual stimulation they see on television. Kids who watch more than they talk have difficulty in adjusting from visual learners to aural learners - learning by listening. When they don’t have adequate sleep because of television, they become less alert during the day that results in poor school performance, and they may have shorter attention spans. Like social media, television can also promote negative behavior to
The missing of school will lead to bad academically performance. Television viewing replaces activities that improve school performance such as getting enough sleep. (Kyla Boyse) The lack of enough sleep causes teenagers to be tired in class and therefore fail to concentrate on what is being taught. The author states that television’s effects on education are long-term .Therefore watching television as a child can influence educational level even at the age of 26.That was proved by a 15 years long study done by the University of Michigan researchers which discovered negative effects of television on teenagers. This relates to my question as it shows effects that television can have on teenagers’ school performance.
The concern of kids watching too much television is of course have its own consequences but we must acknowledge that there is some advantages that children can gain from watching television. Children can transfer their learning and knowledge gain from watching television to daily activities and it also helps to increase their attention on something of their interest. Consequences of watching television however needed to be noted as it can decline the health condition among children, increase of violence acts and can cause to brain retardation. In Islamic perspective, television and other forms of interactive media are not completely forbidden, but the content of it should be altered to suit what is allowed according to Islam. Only goodness and truth should be delivered to the audiences and any content that can harm the children’s mind should be forbidden.