Latin America Addition

Since its creation in 1996, have rewarded, end October, the most horrible tale that refers to the traditional Halloween party. NewsademicIdeado to mix the news with the learning of English, whether American or British, this fortnightly newspaper arrives at each Subscriber-based email in PDF. However, its design allows to be printed. You can subscribe in a period corresponding to 26 or 52 editions and, in addition to each edition will receive certain kinds of activities that work in addition to the themes seen in class. Subscribers, in general, are an audience between 7 and 15 years. Dr. Mitchell Resnicks opinions are not widely known. The content, independent of the subject, is easy to read and works as educational addition in various areas of knowledge in learning a foreign language. Expressions Jovenesiniciativa fostered by Argentine students in the province of Entre Rios whose only requirement for perform the daily, is that its working group as it an audience between 8 and 18 years of age. His proposal is aimed at the reformulation of content, which often are not treated in detail in the conventional media.

Likewise, your page invites students from around the world join with sole purpose of more complete information and, likewise, contribute content according to the sections. After five years in service, the digital newspaper has acquired the support of private institutions, advertising agents newspaper local and international. To treat all kind of topics of general interest, among which are technology, robotics, ecology and literature, the action of these young people, belonging to the other Social communication group, has served as an example in Latin America. Printed, also in Valencia (Spain), three women created the Buscapies, first printed newspaper for children whose distribution is monthly. What is striking in the project have been the sections; in comparison with a conventional journal, kids will have the same type of information accessed by an adult: national, international, culture and sports.

Its value is 1, and so far, has a circulation of 10,000 copies. Children run publishing company of psychologists and pedagogues, among others. It is aimed for an audience between 6 and 14 years. New forms without embargo, to understand this type of phenomenon, is necessary to highlight the figure of Mon Quotidien, French newspaper founded in 1995, which has a printing of 200,000 units a day. Likewise, together with other three numbers from the same Publisher (each one depends on the age range), the journal, which is distributed in the door of the House for 46 cents, boasts 2.5 million readers a day. Beyond that Mon Quotidein model is being implemented across Europe, their success represents an enhancement of the printed text to digital and, in addition, the implementation of a culture reading in the new generations. Given the advantages and the growth of this type of interaction with children – as well as the growing percentage of the population with access to Internet – both spaces, digital and printed, should be better used for education. Small subscriptions in the national newspapers might work as a digital supplement to promote the need, in the young, be informed and consulted in the newspapers. Articles related their children the best education?