Less Television, Less Violence and Aggression Reading Answers

The Academic passage ‘Less Television, Less Violence and Aggression’ is a reading passage that appeared in an IELTS Test. Read the passage below and answer questions 14-26. Beyond the questions, you will find the answers along with the location of the answers in the passage and the keywords that help you find out the answers.

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The answers to these questions are given below with their explanations

Question Number Answer Keywords Location of Keywords
14 Watched TV Study, January 2001, students, reduce their TV, video, and video game Paragraph 1; lines 3-6
15 violently fewer acts of verbal and physical aggression Paragraph 1; lines 5-6
16 6 months 18-lesson, 6-month program Paragraph 1; line 7
17 parents parental reports, aggressive behavior Paragraph 2
18 Number of hours Early lessons encouraged students, track of, time they spent, TV, videos Paragraph 3; lines 4-5
19 Avoided TV ten days, students, without television, videos, video games Paragraph 3; lines 7-8
20 Less TV encouraged children, use their time, selectively, final lessons, students, advocate reducing screen activities. Paragraph 3; last two lines
21 FALSE Although many studies have shown that children who watch a lot of TV are more likely to act violently Paragraph 3; first two lines
22 TRUE Canada, murder rates doubled 10 to 15 years, introduction, television Paragraph 4; lines 8-9
23 NOT GIVEN    
24 NOT GIVEN    
25 D Watching too much TV inhibit, skills, patience, get along with others, aggression Paragraph 5; lines 11-12
26 B The best solution is to turn it off Paragraph 5; last line

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