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• <Whilst some TV programmes are biased
others are addictive.>
• <If people are misled by TV programmes,
other programmes can make people
• <Despite the huge number of harmful TV
programmes, others are educational.>
• <Whilst some TV programmes are addictive
others provide us with false
• <Despite people being influenced by TV
programming people do not have to take
TV programmes seriously.>
“The quality of TV programming is poor and often
harmful.” To what extent do you agree with this
Some TV programmes exploit human failings.
“The Jeremy Kyle Show” allows people from
largely deprived backgrounds to reveal their
family quarrels for the viewing public to see.
It is nothing more than a freak show where
vulnerable people come to harm.
<<Whilst “The Jeremy Kyle Show” is
harmful, the BBC’s programme
“Newsnight” is educational.>> At 10.30
pm every week night viewers can watch an
analysis of the main issues of the day…
• Use a key word from the title in every paragraph;
• Apart from the first paragraph, begin each
subsequent paragraph with a Janus-Faced
• Be very specific with your example/evidence;
• Limit sentences to 20 words maximum;
• Use four sentences per paragraph;
• Two source C and two own knowledge
• Write seven paragraphs in total;
• Finish with a judgement – to some extent…to a
great extent…completely dis/agree…
• Save something new for your ending.