Lessons for Advertising

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  • Newspapers in Language - … the sacredness of human life. 9 Advertisements Students study the various types and features of advertisements and discuss the impact on consumers … learned about advertising and the ethics of advertising. How would they feel if they were led astray by unethical or false advertising? Students … Rent." - Account for 30% of a newspaper's total advertising revenue. Flyers - Advertising material, usually focussed on one subject, placed inside the …
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  • North Carolina's Tobacco History & Culture - … creating advertisements and in the years after TVs were invented, commercials. The idea of advertising wasn t new, but this kind of advertising … the introduction of the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act all packaging and advertisements must display a health warning from the Surgeon … at 2-3 images that are specifically old advertisements. How do these advertisements differ from advertisements today? NC Civic Education Consortium Visit our …
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  • Propaganda war: Patriots vs. Loyalists - … Outlook Handbook . Advertising and Public Relations Services Job description Firms in the advertising and public relations services industry prepare advertisements for other companies … ; and direct mail advertisers. A firm that purchases advertising time (or space) from media outlets, thereafter reselling it to advertising agencies or individual … that produce and place their own advertising are not considered part of this industry. Most advertising firms specialize in a particular market …
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  • Be An Ad Detective - … out by students as they search for hidden advertisements. Be an Add Detective Advertising is All Around Us: This billboard allows students to understand how surrounded they are by advertising every day. Advertising is All Around Us Classic TV Commercial Jingles: This … goes with this shirt on, she is advertising for Old Navy. Activity 2: Advertising Clues The students are asked whether they noticed …
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  • Listerine: Miracle Liquid or Product in Search of a Purpose? - … the right questions and think clearly. MATERIALS Advertisements: 1. "Look Out for a Cold" advertisement, 1941 http://factchecked.org/Downloads/Listerine.ads … TV commercials and other such advertising? * Do advertisers tell the truth? * What do you know about one highly advertised household product: Listerine mouthwash … packet of materials that contain the research on Listerine advertising claims. Assign one advertisement to each group. It's OK if more …
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  • Idaho Public Television NTTI Lesson Plan: Advertising Techniques and Target Audiences Used in Commercials - … The class will begin to understand the power of advertising by researching advertising techniques, target audiences and a variety of ads. The … to recognize what types of advertising techniques are used in these advertisements. Recognize the power of advertising and Television logs its effects on … looking at Next, discuss the differences in products advertisements for that are advertised to men and women and see products that the …
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  • Jingles All the Way - … : In this lesson, students explore various tactics used in advertising by studying the advertising campaigns of well-known companies. Author(s): Rachel … . Brainstorm factors that affect the success of advertising campaigns; investigate current and past advertising campaigns of well-known companies, and compare and … something based solely on an advertisement? Why what the advertisement so convincing? - How do radio, print and television advertisements differ in who they …
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  • Whose Feat? - … create their "Happy Feet" advertisements: -Preview a few movie advertisements to familiarize your group with common conventions in movie advertising (e.g., catchy … , etc.). -When designing your advertisement, use some of the movie advertising conventions from the samples in your own advertisement for "Happy Feet." -Use … then choose one group's advertisement and write a paragraph comparing and contrasting that advertisement with an actual advertisement for "Happy Feet." After …
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  • Jingles Sell: Advertisements as a Reflection of Society - … necessary in the eyes of advertisers? - What advertising tactics are found to be effective in Germany? - What advertising tactics are found to not … experiences with American advertising. Further Questions for Discussion: - What is the role of advertising in American society? - What tactics do advertisers use to … in product advertising, and why? - How do a country's political, economic, and social climates affect its advertisements? - How do advertisements differ depending …
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  • Exploring Consumerism Where Ads and Art Intersect - … to study the advertisements that you posted. They should study the advertisements with the questions from the Critically Studying Advertisements handout in mind … to position themselves as the writers and advertisers and create their own paper or multimedia advertisements. Invite students to consider how other … over the course of the lesson. Critically studying advertisements * Collect the Critically Studying Advertisements handouts that students fill out in Session 1 …
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