Being can be used as a subordinate clause or a noun clause to give explanatory background information. Consider my sentence in this context :
Being entertained by smartphones and gaming gadgets, children these days have turned their backs on real-life entertainment such as playing sports, listening to stories and spending time with family members.
Is this sentence correct? All the sentences I am trying to make are subordinate clause sentences.
Can you give an example of a noun clause using being as a background information provider?