“The Effects Of Watching Television in Students Performance”
A Research Paper
Mrs. Eden Cardaño
Palawan National School
Puerto Princesa City
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Research
Suntzarose P. Alancado
Adela Marie D. Casugo
The Problem and Its Settings
A teleplay define by 1Serling in his book entitled “Introduction to the Bantam Paperback Patterns”, is a screenplay used in the production of television plays, productions of comedies or dramas written or adapted specifically for television. A play written or adapted for television defined by 2Mifflin. The teleplay has the following advantage and disadvantage according to 3Rumana. First television can be the easiest source of entertainment. Second by watching news channel, we get updated with the things going around the world. Third channels, like Discovery, give information about Wild life. Fourth watching quiz shows can increase our knowledge .Fifth by watching recipe channel, we can learn many recipes. Sixth various reality shows (like singing, dancing, acting) can motivate people, who are interested in that field. While the disadvantage are the following; First adult scenes, frequently shown on television, will have bad effect on children's mind .Children's who are addicted to watch television instead of playing outdoor games, are more prone to Obesity. Second watching television will have bad effect on our eyesight.Third due to television, we don't prefer to socialize with our friends and relatives. 4Duggins a T.V. critic, stated that “cinema is absolute and T.V. is where it’s at”. Here are his ten reasons why. First TV takes the time to go much, much deeper. Second TV’s comedy track record is far better than films.Third Documentaries simply don’t work on film. Fourth TV unites the nation, film just divides. Fifth TV is far greater value for money. Sixth Shelling out for TV is money well spent. Seventh Thought-provoking work is intrinsically harder to find in film. Eight Film’s day has ended, whereas TV is still coming into its own. Ninth TV is far less guilty of false advertising. Tenth TV allows the viewer a more satisfying emotional experience. 5Smith, of “What are the differences between movies and TV series acting?” stated that in most cases, film acting is much more detailed and nuanced than television. Casting directors frequently tell actors auditioning to do less. Even emotionally charged scenes can be ‘smaller’ when it comes to the performances. This is often where many coaches and casting directors say confusing things like “stop acting”. They want less, and less is more in film. It may be due to the fact that an actor (and the character they’re portraying) has more time to gradually show their emotional journey in a movie, as opposed to a thirty-minute or hour-long TV show. Television programs are built around commercial breaks, and to make sure you don’t change the channel, that’s when the victim tells the detective they know who the killer really is. A dramatic pause, music cue, and the camera slowly inches closer to the detective’s astonished/puzzled/worried face. Cut to commercial. That’s acting for television – lightly exaggerated. While today’s shows are much more grounded, casting directors can still identify actors who only have television experience. The researchers who are students of SPA program has observed that awareness on both types of play are just superficial and treated as its goes without further understand how each one is being undertaken and would like to find out how these affect the student performance.
According to 6Dr. Hopkins on an article of “ How media can benefit children” Teenagers can develop their; Reading, writing and critical thinking...
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