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Media Awareness Answers. Sports & Entertainment Marketing Mrs. Wilson Rocky Point HS. ANSWERS. d. 65% a. watches three hours of TV per day b. obesity c. 89%. Answers. 5. b. Only 30% of school-age children know the lyrics to their favorite songs. 6. c. murders 7. d. 6.7 scenes per hour.

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Media awareness answers

Media Awareness Answers

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Mrs. Wilson

Rocky Point HS


Answers
ANSWERS

  • d. 65%

  • a. watches three hours of TV per day

  • b. obesity

  • c. 89%


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5.b. Only 30% of school-age children know the lyrics to their favorite songs.

6.c. murders

7.d. 6.7 scenes per hour


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8.a. program is appropriate for kids over age 7, although some scenes contain animated violence.

9.b. 9

10.c. air three hours of educational children's programming per week

11.b. watching commercials


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12.d. $172 billion

13.d. political discourse among candidates

14.

b. watch TV while eating dinner

15. b. 23%


Scoring and the winner is
Scoring:And the winner is?

  • 12-15:Congratulations! It's clear you're nobody's fool when it comes to media matters.

  • 7-11: In the words of the famous tobacco campaign, "You've come a long way, baby"—but there's still a way to go!

  • 6 or less: You're on the right track, but you're not ready to run the media literacy marathon just yet.