Top 6 TV Rules Your Children Should Follow

 

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5 Television Rules You Should Set For Your Kids. See if these programs follow certain ethical guidelines or are aligned with your own family values. You don’t want to have your children watch shows that portray disrespect and sarcasm as comedy or other behavioral issues that you wouldn’t want them to repeat at home. If your children. So if you want to remain in control of your children as the parent, you must have these 10 TV rules.

1. TV is a privilege, not an inalienable right. Supervision and usage of every TV in the house must fall 100% under the dictatorial authority of the parents.This is a foundational and non-negotiable principle. 2. TV’s natural posture is “Off”. Yes, Your Toddler Can Watch TV: The New Rules for Screen Time Tuned In Researchers say it’s OK to break with hardliners—provided you’re interacting right along with your kids. Watch programs with your child.

Talk about what happened on the show. Talk about what was good or bad about the program. Talk about the difference between reality and make-believe.

Turn off the TV or other device if the program is something you believe your child should not see. Don’t assume all cartoons are acceptable and appropriate. Many cartoons contain violence. When the AAP announced their 2016 guidelines about device use for kids, they also launched a Media Plan tool that helps you make a list of rules that work for your family. As you go through, you.

Tips For Making Your Family Follow The Rules. Getting your family to follow the rules is not as difficult as you might think. The following tips can help you motivate them: Sit down and discuss before you form the rules.

Don’t make so many rules that your family feels overwhelmed. Don’t let the ‘dont’s’ outweigh the ‘do’s’. Stop annoying others by keeping your cell phone off the table, holding doors for people, and learning the proper rules of etiquette for every situation. [ Read: Road Safety Rules For Kids] 4. Safety Rule #4 Do Not Walk Off The Yard Alone: Similar to the point above, your kid should know that it is not permissible to walk out of your yard alone. If your kid needs to go out for anything, you or some known adult should be accompanying your.

Authoritarian parents believe kids should follow the rules without exception. Authoritarian parents are famous for saying, “Because I said so,” when a child questions the reasons behind a rule. They are not interested in negotiating and their focus is on obedience. Tips for News Writing. Generally speaking, the lede, or introduction to the story, should be a single sentence of 35 to 45 words that summarizes the main points of the story, not a seven-sentence monstrosity that looks like it’s out of a Jane Austen novel.; The lede should summarize the story from start to finish.

So if you’re writing about a fire that destroyed a building and left 18 people.

List of related literature:

The first thing parents can do is limit the number of hours of TV the child is permitted to watch.

“Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict” by Lester R. Kurtz
from Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict
by Lester R. Kurtz
Elsevier Science, 2008

Two decades later, the Fourth Annual Annenberg Survey of Media in the Home found that 61% of parents supervised their children’s television habits “a great deal,” and 62% established household rules for TV viewing.

“Handbook of Children and the Media” by Dorothy G. Singer, Jerome L. Singer
from Handbook of Children and the Media
by Dorothy G. Singer, Jerome L. Singer
SAGE Publications, 2001

These considerations suggest a recommendation that is appropriate for many parents: Limit children’s television watching.

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from Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art
by Jeremy P. Shapiro, Robert D. Friedberg, Karen K. Bardenstein
Wiley, 2012

Never put a television set in a child’s bedroom.Children with a television in their bedroom watch more television and have fewer rules about television than children without a television in their bedroom (Dennison, Erb, & Jenkins, 2002).

“Children, Adolescents, and the Media” by Victor C. Strasburger, Barbara J. Wilson, Amy B. Jordan
from Children, Adolescents, and the Media
by Victor C. Strasburger, Barbara J. Wilson, Amy B. Jordan
SAGE Publications, 2009

TV-PG: Parental Guidance Suggested.

“Censorship: A World Encyclopedia” by Derek Jones
from Censorship: A World Encyclopedia
by Derek Jones
Taylor & Francis, 2001

In addition, children in homes with cable TV watch more R-rated movies (Atkin, Greenberg, & Baldwin, 1991), suggesting less oversight by parents.

“Handbook of Family Communication” by Anita L. Vangelisti
from Handbook of Family Communication
by Anita L. Vangelisti
Routledge, 2004

Thus the “good” programs and the “bad” ones, the former clustered and approved by the Experts’ consensus: “Make good use of TV, encouraging your child to watch such shows as ‘Reading Rainbow,’ ‘3-2-1 Contact’ and ‘Square One'” (Cutright, 160).

“Electronic Hearth: Creating an American Television Culture” by Cecelia Tichi
from Electronic Hearth: Creating an American Television Culture
by Cecelia Tichi
Oxford University Press, 1992

It is important to note, however, that almost half of all parents set no rules for their children regarding what they watch on television.

“Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media” by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
from Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media
by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
SAGE Publications, 2007

All in all, having a television turned on for long periods of time in households with very young children may be detrimental to infant development.

“The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication” by Anita L. Vangelisti
from The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication
by Anita L. Vangelisti
Taylor & Francis, 2012

For example, about half (49%) of all children have no rules for TV viewing in their households, and 42% of children say that TV is on most of the time in their house (Rideout, Foehr, Roberts, & Brodie, 1999).

“Media Literacy” by W. James Potter
from Media Literacy
by W. James Potter
Sage Publications, 2008

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  • I consider myself as having an intermediate level of English (I’m a native Spanish speaker from Argentina), and I remember enjoing very, very much reading more than a decade ago “One flew over the cuckoo’s nest” (the author is Ken Kesey), of course in English. I highly recomend it!

  • I think these celebrities are being strict is because they are trying to protect them. And fame can be very damaging and the media can make up stories about you that can be very hurtful.

  • I have read all of them except Gibbons and Austers’ and I love them all, they are all great books. The catcher is actually the first book I read in English, it took me a while to understand what “sonuvabitch” meant, but I got it afterward:p So I’m certainly going to read these two books after I finish The road to Wigan pier.
    Keep recommending books!

  • 5:30 I’m also worried about that because kids in my school they had such a video when they were like 10 years old and I’m 12 and I still don’t have social media

  • Well, all the purpose for the books are entertaining and fiction. Then, I prefer to read book that I already have, it’s philippa gregory. It’s perfect for intermediate level I guess.

  • Wonderful list of classics dear Gideon!l read the ones you mentioned by Wilde and Austen in italian and long time ago!Better for my lower level to start with the “bonus”book you suggested!Thanks so much,l like you and your awesome videos more and more!Have a blessed,happy week!❤️������

  • Hi Gideon! Loved the video, thanks once again for the tips and quotes… I started to read in English by Harry Potter, then the Lord of the Rings, then.. never stoped. This goes back so many years ago, and definitely helped me to learn the language…. still learning of course, still reading!! Will use your recommendations for sure ���� stay safe!

  • 15:14 A black man… I guess you’re referring to the N word here…
    I guess we all read Orwell when we were teenagers. Orwellism has become a classic of modern social oppression along with kafkaism maybe…
    I’m afraid most of us lack time to read even short books. it was a good idea to select 100 page books written in easy English though.

  • Yooo I COMPLETELY IDENTIFY with Mila!!! I say the saaaaame EXACT THING!!! I have never taken my son to see santa firstly, because he was created by Coca-Cola. Secondly, because it’s hard to wrap my head around sitting my son in a random old man’s lap. Just saying.

  • You should also know that Goten Trunks and are half human and Pan is a Quarter saiyan so them having to tails is not that very impossible

  • Thanks a lot, very appreciated this, especially that you included Orwell. Reading 1984 at the time of the NSA investigations politicised me back in the day… Also Huxley’s works contain wisdom galore and then the old ‘Utopia’ by Morus might be worth one’s while.
    What about a further episode on heavier, ‘advanced’ stuff to enrich vocabulary? Subsequently, a broader word pool will extend our realms of thought.

  • SHE will be the next STAR…. imagined last week charts TAP IN jump high on charts better than those who perform on the VMAS whos song rise 1 step only, i feel like TAP IN will be move into TOP 10 and be a #1 on chart.

  • Great choice! I’ve read four of them with Animal Farm being my favourite, followed by Pride and Prejudice. I haven’t heard of the one by Frederick Douglas but it sounds intriguing and I’ll definitely check it out. Thanks for the tip!

  • Don’t you hate it when the English language is butchered and sheeple start excepting it as norm. I can’t stand it when people say birfday for birthday and ax for ask.

  • I love reading in English
    Since I started to learn English reading has became a passion for me, more than in Spanish which is my mother tongue.
    I’ve read Pride and Prejudice. It’s a wonderful book.

  • BRUH do research bro. Bardock isn’t the son of son Gohan ( Goku’s “grandfather”) he’s a Saiyan that’s why his last name isn’t son. Idiot. Do research this channel is trash. Stop making this trash content.

  • Omg! He said Agatha Christie is not literature how dare you talk about my favourite author like that?! Remove what you said right now!
    Ps: great video! I want more like this if it’s possible, thanks for the work

  • shame on you thetako ����������������������������… comparing kids without knowing who they really are? judging them without proof

  • Should be 16 strict rules that goku’s kids have to follow the additional rule is that they are not allowed to wear goku’s plot armour

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  • Fun fact: When Suri was born, her parents said that her name meant “Red Rose” in Hebrew. There is no such word in the Hebrew language (the Israeli media had a field with that). However, Suri IS the Japanese word for “pickpocket.” I am not making this up.