[via the NYT]
Yeah, the NYT had an article on how teachers are using it as a tool to start conversations about sustainability, because many science textbooks are woefully behind. At 20 minutes, its perfect for a lesson plan.
In the ideal scenario, I think it would provoke both thought and criticism from kids, rather than blind acceptance of propaganda. Ya know, get the conversation moving.
#7: I’m pretty sure it’s aimed at children.
If you read the credits, the lady who performed it also wrote it. I’m thinking that’s just how she dresses and she wanted to say what she wrote instead of having some random actress do it for her.
Could she talk down to us any more?
ready for a full assessment?
1. the woman’s voice is really annoying and it’s clear they got the most mainstreamly-dressed woman ever to narrate so that it wouldn’t seem too hippie. god forbid.
2. the narration is all over the place. is it about the environment or business or government? who knows. it’s a full-on rant that no one has 20 minutes to listen to.
3. the only people that would watch this anyway are already liberals so it’s really not accomplishing anything. preaching to the choir.
4. i like it. it’s cute.
let’s just post everything the NY Times writes about…
Why is this shit atrocious?
“Brominated flame retardants”
this shit is atrocious
Shameless propaganda? Perhaps. At least it’s shameless liberal propaganda.
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