The Impact of Radio programs on Children | Society's Effect on Children | Scoop.it

In December 2009, thirteen children, including Augusta, received UNICEF-supported training on how to organize and produce a radio program.

1. the subject of the column is about how kids create a radio show to talk about what is effecting them in Angoche Mozambique.

2. The writer states the usual habits of children their and thalks about how the kids that created the radio show lives changed.

3. I think the writer agrees that this radio show is a good thing.

4. No the writer never states her direct opinion.

6. I learned that the editor agrees that a good way to reach children is through other children.

7. The article was written for adults in America to give them an idea of how to reach children in America.

8. The writer really doesn't offer evidence to get you to agree with them.

The author of this article mainly uses description throughout the whole editorial. Therre isn't a lot of tone in the editorial because she mainly states facts. In order to have tone you have to use some of your own opinion and voice and she doesn't really do that. The author uses description by stating the girls usual daily routine, "Her schedule, like the other children on weekdays, begins by waking up at six in the morning, cleaning the house and preparing breakfast of pao (bread) and cha (tea) for the family.Before going to school at 11.30, Augusta prepares lunch for her Mom who eats lunch at home everyday." I think she does this to describe how their normal lives are and then to show how this change is a good thing for the kids.