Meera’s Blogbox (2020)
- The Future of Journalism
- Letter to the PMO (Prime Minister’s Office) appreciating current scenario or voicing your concern about it
- Your review – Give your critical viewpoint on any law or act / movie / book / restaurant / news channel /journalist, etc.
The future of Journalism
Journalism, what is it? Journalism is the activity or profession of reporting news and events from across the world. Journalists write for magazines/newspapers/online news websites/local newspapers reporting the latest news. In journalism, we write about various news and alert people if there are any terror warnings the people should look out for. The latest terror has been the outbreak of the COVID 19 virus. Journalists have continuously been giving the citizens updates. Journalists play a very important role in the lives of humans.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, people have started realizing that online newspapers have the exact amount of content as the printed newspaper. Hence the future of journalism is going to be online reporting. Also, the online news is instant whereas in the printed newspapers you will have to wait an entire day. As we cannot step out of our houses the journalists are helping us by printing online newspapers.
I conclude that the future of journalism is going to be online. The COVID-19 pandemic has quarantined us all, the journalists are doing a great job giving us news online and till they find a vaccine the future of journalism will be online reporting.
Letter to the PMO (Prime Minister’s Office) appreciating the current scenario or voicing your concern about It.
The Prime Minister of India,
Ekya Schools (JPN)
Subject- Voicing my concern about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has become extremely deadly regarding the number of cases. I have compiled the following data, sourced on the internet –
|3.54 Million (+76,472)||2.71 Million||63,498 (+1,021)|
I think we should consider going back into the stage of complete lockdown for at least about a month. And we should consider converting the open fields into COVID-19 beds.
The slums can be sanitized and disinfected. The people of the slums can be provided with masks and a small amount of sanitizer. The unused lands can be made into a COVID-19 center.
I request you to look into this.
My review: Give your critical viewpoint on any law or act / movie / book / restaurant / news channel /journalist, etc.
The movie Dora and the lost city of gold represent the animated T.V series – Dora the Explorer. In the movie they show Dora as a teenager who is 16 years old- she is shown as a teenager who is keen on exploring. Her parents are professors and are also explorers. They go to find the lost gold of an ancient Inca city-Parapata.
Dora and the lost city of gold is an amazing family movie. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate, 8- considering all the appropriation and violence. It mostly depends on the age group viewing the movie. The movie also inspires young kids to follow their dreams.
The movie is a great example of showing children that history can also be interesting. The movie also shows how the Incas lived and their architectural ideas. It also shows how the early civilizations lived with the barter system and how they started to grow crops. Overall this is a very historical movie.
I would recommend this movie as a family movie.
By Meera Karthik, Grade 5, EJPN