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  • 1. WELCOME
    We are the ELECTRONIC ADDICTION group from the Exhibition.
  • 2. Table of Contents
    • First, we will show you our slideshow which is with a bar graph.
    • 3. Then we will read you some questions and answer them.
    • 4. Next you will answer the quiz we made for you. (Listen carefully the answers are in the slideshow)
    • 5. Hint: when you see a magnifying glass there will be a hint for the quiz.
    • 6. Then we will answer your questions for us.
    • 7. We also will do a fast skit so you guys will understand what we mean.
  • What are Electronic addictions?
    Electronic addictions are when someone is attached to electronics
    Electronics are: Televisions, PSPs, laptops/computers, Nintendos and a lot more.
    Electronic addiction problems
    • Causes severe damage
    • 8. Will not like stopping
    • 9. Causes problems, for example: violence, failing in school and more…
    • 10. Liking violent games killing/or hurting people
    • 11. Also affects himself/locked in jail
    • 12. Also makes you fat/ harms health
    • 13. Eye sight is affected
    Now we will show you what the average time 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade play electronics.
  • 14. How Long 3rd Graders Spend On Electronics
    A = Average
  • 15. How Long 4th Graders Spend On Electronics
    A = Average
  • 16. How Long 5th graders Spend On Electronics
    A= Average
  • 17. Two Lives
    Non-Addicted Life
    Addicted Life
    Goes outside
    Usually doesn’t play electronics
    Does Well in school
    Doesn’t eat very often
    Listens to parents if not spoiled
    Has friends
    Does not notice if addicted
    Cannot stop
    Doesn’t listen to parents
    May become fat
    Fails grades
    Fewer friends
  • 18. Facts About People
    One person dropped out of high school to beat a game called “world of war craft”.- He came back after 3 weeks with very bad grades.
    Someone left his hungry pregnant wife in the car just to play a game on face book called Farm Ville and harvest some raspberries.
    These people can cause major problems for other people or even the Earth.
  • 19. What We Are Doing (Action)
    We are writing to Rita who is the boss of the Newsletter. We will ask her if we can write an article on her newsletter. We will try to convince parents to give time limits to their children. This way some people will not play for too long and get good grades.
  • 20. Student Questions
    1)What are the average times people spend on electronics?
    2) What are some people doing to stop the addictions?
    3)Are all electronic problems the same?
    4)Do all electronic games make people violent?
    5)What can happen if we do not stop the addictions?
  • 21. Answers to Student Questions
    Around 4 hours. (3rd, 4th and 5th grade)
    Some people are arguing on the internet about electronic addictions. Other people are setting up groups to stop electronic addictions. (especially mothers)
    No there are other problems for electronics.
    No there is a game called Big Brain Academy which educates you.
    Around 69%of the world will play video games and like them and people will have more problems.
  • 22. The Symptoms of an Addicted Person
    If you would look at someone and you want to see people that are addicted you will need to notice if he is : pale, he is inside, they might have rings under their eyes, watching television or playing video games, will be eating junk food and might be fat.
  • 23. Credits
    Thanks to Mr Greenway & Miss Brumley (Teachers)
    Thanks to Mr Jeran (Mentor)
    Thanks to Mr Mackel & Mr Corliss (IT)
    Project people:
    Johannes, Rayan & Greg
  • 24. That’s all Folks!!!