Origin of the Netflix series Squid game Had all sorts of consequences in the world. In this case, A teacher from Spain used an imaginary toy to prevent his students from cheating on exams.
Through his Twitter account, the man posted a viral image on the networks showing the background image of a popular toy being taken during a high school exam. To prevent his students from copying, he used the image that appears in the “green light, red light” game.
“Green light, you can approve in writing. Whoever copied: Deleted”, Read in the planned picture in the classroom. The initiative had strong repercussions on networks by provoking the laughter of many users and encouraging other authors to follow the example.
The influence of Netflix production has spread across various sectors since the explosion of the most viewed series in the history of the platform. The plot center is on a group of characters who enter a children’s game to win and win 45.6 billion (children $ 38 million, € 33 million). If they are eliminated, they pay for it with their lives.
However, Violent scenes showing the series have developed strongly Anxiety in schools. Many parents and teachers have warned young children to try to imitate the protagonists, games that appear in fiction at breaks or in their spare time.
In this sense, the ANAR Foundation warned of content that was “not intended for minors” because they could imitate the violent behavior that appears in the series. “A social alarm is taking place,” the show’s director denounced in a statement, warning that minors are trying to do the dangerous challenges that appear in the series.
The foundation was “particularly worrying” because it was a myth and the series’ behaviors could not be imitated in real life by young children.
For this reason, they started a series of suggestions and advice for parents of children this Thursday, who see this series as one of them, knowing about content that children are interested in and not normalizing violence.
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