Analysis Of 'Dora The Explorer'

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Dora the Explorer is a very popular tv show directed to children from the ages 2-5 years old. This tv show is an interactive cartoon for preschoolers around the world, which encourages children to join along in the adventure. In every single episode Dora, Boots and the monkey ask for help to overcome obstacles on their way to their main goal or task in the show. Children are able to learn lots of knowledge throughout each episode, that could help them grow. In each episode of Dora the Explorer it starts off with setting up a problem that needs to be solved and while trying to reach their goal they always run into a problem that the children are capable of trying to fix. There are many positive outcomes in this tv show that help students grow …show more content…
While watching the tv show Dora speaks spanish here and there and helps the children learn some of the words she says. Some of the words she uses are very basic words such as hola(hello), Adios(goodbye), mi abuela(my grandmother), gracias(thank you). When using different languages it teaches the children to use their memory for next time they watch the show, like learned in class “Children can remember a great deal of information if they are given appropriate cues and prompts.” In this case Dora would be a great prompt because the children are already so interested in watching Dora that they don’t even realize they are …show more content…
I understand that being a parent isn’t the easiest job in the world and sometimes you dont have time to teach your children everything in the world, but that’s where tv shows like Dora come into play. Learning things such as colors, shapes and numbers are one of the most important things for young children to learn, because they are the building blocks to cogonitve learning. While learning these new things this helps improve the childs verbal communication skills and logic skills. Both of these skils are very important because for children to grow they have to start off somewhere, and starting off at the basics is where to

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