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THE MAKERS OF TOP PROGRAMMES ON TV the director the floor manager the camera operator the sound engineer the presenter
FAVOURITE PROGRAMMES What can you tell us about these programmes? What’s your favourite programme? What kind of programme would you create if you were a TV director?
DISCUSSION REGULATIONS: To be well-prepared; To speak clearly and logically; To explain arguments; To express opinions quietly; Not to digress from the topic; Not to speak too long; To listen to others without interrupting them.
DISCUSSION Children and TV. Is television doing harm? Television is doing a lot of harm and may lead to poor health. The more channels we have the better. Commercials are interesting, useful and necessary. Television may be the cause of many disputes and conflicts in the family.
Television keeps us informed about current events, extend our education, allow us to follow the latest developments in science and culture. An endless number of programmes enrich our knowledge, entertain us and even influence our opinion and imagination.
Television programmes gather big audiences. Apart from their entertainment value, they provide useful topics of conversation. We see great events which will pass into history. We can see famous people.
We become better informed by watching documentaries, science programmes, discussions and by learning about the most important economic, social and political issues of the day.
Television helps us to relax after a hard day's work. We can then cope better with the next day's work.
Television brings the world to our living-room. We see people in our country and in other lands, and learn of their customs, occupations, opinions and problems.
But on the other hand, television may lead to poor health, through rushed meals, lack of sleep, lack of exercise and eyestrain.
Some pupils do their homework in front of the television screen. Others rush their homework so they can watch television. In both cases, the quality of the work is affected. Some pupils are so attracted by television that they do not do their homework at all.
Many boys and girls watch TV on Sunday afternoon, when outside activities would do them so much good. Some children have made watching TV their main leisure activity and they are not enriching their personalities by developing hobbies and belonging to clubs.
There are a lot of silly soap operas on TV. Many people just sit down in front of the TV screen and just switch from channel to channel. Television makes us lazier. We read less. People have no time to talk to each other. There’s also quite a lot of advertisements on TV.