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Media education, competences, autonomy, communication, media literacy

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This paper presents some ideas about how the author sees the current television in Spain. It has been calculated that today in Spain one student of Primary or Secondary school spends about 900 hours in class and between 1500 and 2000 in front of the TV. The author develops some audiovisual, academic activities that teachers could do with students in order to improve their abilities to watch television from a critical point of view.

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Pavón-Rabasco, F. (2008). Teaching to watch family from the school and the family. [Enseñar desde la escuela y la familia a ver TV]. Comunicar, 31. https://doi.org/10.3916/c31-2008-03-004

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