Topic: TV: could you live without it?
Have we ever asked ourselves “Could we live without television? Do we know what kinds of programs our children are watching? How do they influence to our personality?” Television is an information channel and telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving images, pictures, animations, and movies from a long distance. Television has a variety of programs. Programs on television are supposed to be entertaining for all ages. But in my opinion when you watch television excessively, it is less likely to be beneficial. I believe that the time people watch television should be strictly limited-for the sake of health, education and child development. Unlimited watching television is a waste of time, hazardous for the eyes, and one of the reasons people become obese. There is evidence to support correctness of my point. As Nicholas Johnson says in “Consistency Works in Education” (Iowa City Press-Citizen, "Opinion," April 25, 2000, p. 13A) “All television is educational television. The question is: what is it teaching?” [Retrieved in (September 19, 2010) from http://www.uiowa.edu/~cuberlaw/SchBoard/Other/ic000425.html] But watching television programs which are informative and educational is worthwhile. Channels like Discovery, National Geographic, and BBC, can be useful as they show different documentary films. Some people prefer to watch television more then three hours a day instead of reading book. Watching television excessively may also cause different eye problems.
There are some interesting and informative programs on television which informs us about different subjects and sciences. I find documentary films interesting and enlightening as well. After watching documentary films, the viewers are informed about information that they may need or use it in the field they work or in the sphere they are interested in. It also exposes people to different cultures,...