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Making the most of TV/Telly watching

Most kids at some point watch tv and many believe it to be mind rotting.  So here is some questions to get kids thinking as they watch tv and after.

1. What was the programs message?
2. How would you rate this show from 1 to 10?
3.Was there anything you did not agree with in the show?
4. Could you identify with any of the characters?
5.What would you do to solve the problems in the show?
6.Do you feel like the show portrayed life as it really is?
7. Would you watch this show again? why or why not?
8. Has the program motivated you to do better?(be a better person?)

Tv in moderation can be beneficial, especially when you turn it into a learning experience.



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