Lesson No. 3, 9th Class: Media and Its Impact

Lesson No. 3, 9th Class: Media and Its Impact


The media plays a significant role in society, serving to highlight vital social issues such as debasement, psychological warfare, and human rights mishandling. It includes different stages like TV, radio, daily papers, magazines, and the web, pointing to illuminate and engage the gathering of people at the same time. Whereas electronic media like TV and the web offer a wide extend of exciting choices, they too give instructive substance.

Be that as it may, it’s imperative to recognize that unchecked media can spread deception, possibly driving to administrative flimsiness and superfluous restriction. For occurrence, the TV program “National Geographic” stands out as a commendable case, captivating watchers with its investigation of natural life and nature around the world. Through staggering visuals and in-depth narrating, this narrative arrangement teaches gatherings of people approximately distinctive environments and societies, advertising both amusement and edification.

Question Answer

Q: What is the most important function that media performs?

A: It raises awareness about many social issues like corruption, terrorism, drug addiction, and violation of human rights. It has also become the mouthpiece of the downtrodden.

Q: What are the two major means of communication?

A: Electronic media and print media are the two major means of communication. It includes films, radio, television, the internet, newspapers, and magazines.

Q: How does media provide entertainment?

A: Electronic media includes film, radio, television, and the internet. TV is a very fine medium of entertainment. We enjoy different kinds of programs on it such as music, sports, dramas, jazz, matches, and movies. On the radio, we hear all kinds of music from different radio stations. We listen to dramas in different languages. In newspapers, we read humorous essays, stories, and sports news.

Q: What happens when media is allowed to play its role unchecked?

A: If the media is allowed to play its role unchecked, it may spread false news against the government, which is very harmful for a stable government. It may speak in favor of opposition unnecessarily for its self-interests and can excite people against the government. It may overthrow a government through its false propaganda. Dishonest media is dangerous for a peaceful society.

Q: Give three reasons in support of your favorite T.V. program.

A: National Geographic is a well-known documentary program on wildlife and nature. I like this program very much because it focuses mainly on the ever-changing world, on wildlife and nature, and the people that color it with. It is a window to the world. By watching it, I can travel, explore, and discover the four corners of the world. It has expanded my knowledge about nature and wildlife. I get a chance to enjoy the beautiful sights of the world. I never feel restless or bored while watching this program.


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External links

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