- Directions: Think back at the news literacy lessons shared here. To what extent is the mass media in your country doing its job? To what extent does the news media in your country promote misinformation? Share your answers in the comments section below.
4 thoughts on “Lesson 2.52.2, Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
A thing in my country the big problem about mass media are that the owners of those medias are politicians. So the opinion or nwes or any investigations of the medias goes about the interests of those politicians who are the owners, News or apinion are not thge truth.
There are two camps of media in my country. The main group are papers, portals, TV that are pro government. Usually they describe with flowers every activity of political parties in power.
Second, the opposite media that looks a bit more believed.
Hard to say if we really have a independent and trusted information. Despite all the traffic of information is full of fake news misleading people in their everyday lives. Sometimes looks like the society is investing more in self-destruction rather than in human development.
I am Albertine
In my country Rwanda, the big problem about mass media is that the owners want money, so they promote news which are of less importance to have more views from young people.
Their interests are all about money.
In short, that is how it is in our country.
I think that in my country mass medija should promote real value and culture more.
Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.