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By: Gordon L. Berry

In: Children & Television: Images in a Changing Sociocultural World

Chapter 7: The Medium of Television and the School Curriculum: Turning Research into Classroom Practice

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The Medium of Television and the School Curriculum: Turning Research into Classroom Practice
The medium of television and the school curriculum: Turning research into classroom practice
GordonL.Berry

School-aged children in the United States live in a vast and ever-expanding multimedia environment. This environment means that they are part of a communications experience that is able to open the cultures of the world to them with the push of a button or the turn of a knob. One electronic communicator that is a leader in providing an information base for a large number of academic (cognitive) and attitudinal (affective) learning experiences for children is the medium of television.

Ready or not and like it or not, television is a major part of the culture of the country, and it ...

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