As an elementary school teacher and mother of two, I thought your recent article on children and TV was very interesting. However, my views on the subject __51__ those of the writer.
For years, newspaper columnists and other so-called experts have criticized TV programs. Often, they don't think about television as a __52__ learning too1. I've used TV in my classroom for years, and it has helped make learning a much more interesting experience for my young students.
In my view, TV can be anti-violence and pro-learning. When used in the right way, it can even __53__ the learning process. I use TV programs to teach geography, science, and even reading - and my students' higher test scores prove that this strategy is __54__. Both my children grew up watching TV shows like Sesame Street and they are now among the top
students in their school. These types of programs help students learn basic __55__ skills like the alphabet, and how to count. They can also teach children things like sharing and environmental awareness.
I think it's time to stop criticizing TV, and focus on its amazing potential for practical and constructive learning.
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