SAT-7 Annual Report 2016.pdf - Page 17



ANNUAL REPORT 2016
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SAT-7 KIDS
PROGRAM
NEWS
The English-language teacher on the set of My School
Filming the new praise and worship program Praise Factory
RESPONDING TO EDUCATIONAL CHILDREN WORSHIP IN PRAISE
NEEDS
FACTORY
Production began for Phase two of My School
between January and October 2016. The new
season covered the Grade One curriculum
featuring the core subjects of mathematics,
science, Arabic, and English.
Phase three began in June covering Grade
Two, with a new approach that appeals to
older children. Four new educational segments
were developed to be used as breaks during
the programs: a drawing segment called I Can
Draw; a lifestyle segment entitled Nour’s Diary; a
therapeutic storytelling segment called My Story;
and Oops, an entertaining science experiment
segment.
Since its launch on SAT-7 KIDS in March
2015, My School has been helping to meet
the educational needs of displaced and
underprivileged children.
IN 2016, PHASES ONE AND
TWO OF THIS EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAM WERE WATCHED
BY A STAGGERING 1.3
MILLION CHILDREN.
An innovative new praise and worship program
called Praise Factory began airing in late 2016.
The show includes drama and music segments,
employing the use of industrial props and
uniforms. While teaching children new uplifting
songs, the program helps them understand that
they can praise God wherever they are.
CHILDREN ASK DEEP
QUESTIONS
Season seven of the live show Why is That? began
airing in April 2016, and saw more mature
questions being asked by the show’s young
viewers. The popular SAT-7 KIDS program
encourages curious youngsters to call in and
ask questions about any subject, from everyday
life and the world around them to God and the
Bible. During this season, children affected by the
war and turmoil around them asked questions
including “Why has God left us?” and “Why
doesn’t God help us?” Presenter Essam Nagy
explains, “Before the ‘Arab Spring’ in 2011, we
were asked questions like ‘Why is the sky blue?’
The children are now asking completely different
questions.” In response to this, the program
covered the topic of prayer, teaching children to
talk with God and to hear His voice.

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