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EFFECTS OF TV ON A CHILDS DEVELOPMENT AS PERCEIVED BY SELECTED

PARENTS RESIDING IN J.M. BASA EXTENSION ST., LIBID, BINANGONAN, RIZAL.


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I.

Respondents Profile
Name (Pangalan): ______________________________________________
Age (Edad): _____
Sex (Kasarian):

II.

Male (Lalaki)

Female (Babae)

Effects of TV Viewing

Direction: Each of the following statements expresses the perception of the respondent toward
the effects of TV viewing on child development. Please indicate your answer by encircling the
response that you think is the most appropriate for each statement. If you wish to make any
comments in addition to these ratings please do so on the back page.

EFFECTS OF WATCHING TV

Strongly
Agree

Agree

No Strong
Feelings

Disagree

Strongly
Disagree

I. Physical Development
1.
2.
3.

4.

Watching TV encourages unhealthy


eating habits such as excessive
consumption of junk foods.
Watching TV inhibits physical activity,
which greatly contributes to child
obesity.
Watching TV programs that promotes
healthy lifestyle helps a child lessen
their TV time and engage more in
physical activity.
Excessive watching of TV (especially
late night) leads to daytime sleepiness
and poor sleep patterns on children.

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EFFECTS OF WATCHING TV

Strongly
Agree

Agree

No Strong
Feelings

Disagree

Strongly
Disagree

II. Emotional Development


1.
2.
3.
4.

TV exposes kids to negative influences,


and promotes negative behavior.
TV programs such as non-violent
cartoons serves as stress relievers on
children.
TV helps children learn about emotions
and how to cope up with different
emotional situations.
Children learn to be sensitive on
others feelings by watching programs
that encourages empathy.

III. Social Development


1.
2.

3.
4.

TV takes away family time therefore


affecting family relationships.
Excessive watching of TV results to
social isolation among children. They
like to watch television rather than
interacting with peers.
Watching TV together with family or
peers can strengthen social
relationships.
TV influences children to be helpful to
other people by watching programs
that promote altruism (helpful
behavior).

IV. Cognitive/Mental Development


1.
2.

3.

4.

Excessive watching of TV results in


poor school performance of the
children.
Some TV shows can educate, inform
and inspire. It can be more effective
than books or audiotapes in teaching
your kid about processes like how a
plant grows or how to bake a cake.
TV viewing numbs your kid's mind as it
prevents your child from exercising
initiative, being intellectually
challenged, thinking analytically, and
using his imagination.
Kids who watch a lot of TV have
trouble paying attention to teachers
because they are accustomed to the
fast-paced visual stimulation on TV.

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