Lessons for Advertising

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  • TV without the Television - … costs of online advertising compare to television advertising costs? n. What is ESPN's Motion service? o. What benefits do advertisers receive by … of an online video advertisement differ, if at all, from the cost of a television advertisement? - What laws govern advertising on the Internet … the advertisements and commercials of today. -Write a research paper examining the advertising industry prior to the development of television. How were advertisements
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  • Watching the Watchers - … ." 3. Identify and deconstruct explicit and subtle advertising. 4. Record all instances of advertising they are exposed to and analyze the effects … advertisements; pay attention to ads targeted to them; or avoid or ignore advertising. How do they think the more subtle forms of advertising … - Investigate an organization that critiques products and/or advertising, such as Adbusters, Anti-Advertising Agency, or Commercial Alert. Request an interview from …
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  • The Science of Selling - … understanding of effective advertising techniques to create an advertisement for a book. 4. Observe people's reactions to their advertisement and use their … advertisement that was shown. Write down everything you can remember about each advertisement. Which advertisement do you remember best? Brainstorm reasons why this advertisement stayed in your mind. Create a storybook of your own television advertisement
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  • Mediating Media - … and advertising? * Where do art and advertising diverge? * What are the responsibilities of advertisers to their clients? * What are the responsibilities of advertisers to the public? * How has advertising … a controversial advertisement. After viewing a range of images by artists who are influenced by media and advertising and exploring how advertising and …
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  • Truth and Advertising - … think these advertisements are for. Ask students: How does the image relate to the product it is advertising? Is the advertisement advertising a lifestyle … students create advertisements based on the concept of truth in advertising. They can use already advertised products or they can create advertisements for things that might not be normally advertised such as …
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  • Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt: Researching Nutrition to Advertise for Health - … advertisements might convince them to buy something. What kinds of advertisements do they remember? Are memorable advertisements successful at selling the product being advertised? Why or why not? Direct students to the Nutrition and Advertising Websites and … foods they choose to compare. Students should submit the Advertisement Analysis with the advertisements they bring from home. It should be assessed …
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  • 1.9 Would you really buy that? Persuasive techniques in advertising - … advertised? Who is the ad targeting? What caught their eye about the advertisement? Have a class discussion about advertising techniques and the way advertisers … think the advertisers are targeting with each ad, using examples from the advertisement to support their answers. Ask them which advertising technique is … Handbook . Advertising and public relations services Nature of the industry Firms in the advertising and public relations services industry prepare advertisements for other …
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  • The Cost of Living - … 10 Attachment V Advertisement: Day Six 1. What conclusions can you draw about Colombian culture based on the advertisements from Colombia you … influenced by foreign advertising? 70 El Costo de la vida The Cost of Living Grade 10 Attachment V Advertisement: Day Six, Answers … could survive without advertisements. The economy of the United States could not survive without ads. For example, the advertisements that we see …
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  • The Popcorn Package - … the different factors that made them notice the advertisements. Also ask them to evaluate advertisements that they thought were unsuccessful. 2) Ask … package labeling and logos. ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONS TEAM 4 The ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONS TEAM has the job of advertising and promoting the new … remember the product name. An advertisement is wasted if it not clear what product is being advertised. Promotion involves ways of encouraging …
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  • The Knightly News - … used from #4. Persuasive Writing - Advertisements This lesson introduces students to persuasive writing in advertisement form. Most advertisements are used to sell a product or service. Students create a newspaper advertisement which may sell … elements determine the effectiveness of the advertisement. Students also identify the audience for which the advertisement was intended. Each group makes jot …
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