Lessons for Advertising

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  • Begging for Another Chance - … that these portrayals are accurate, and why? -Find examples of advertisements and other appeals for donations from various organizations in newspapers … what, according to the advertisements, will the donated money be used? What persuasive tactics are used in the advertisements? What makes the …
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  • Iowa's Primary's Colors - … elections, who is eligible to vote? Media Studies- Evaluate campaign advertising and how candidates emphasize their own views and point out … those of their opponents. When did candidates start advertising on television? Did television advertising change the nature of the electoral process? The …
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  • A Hard Cell - … Cell Phones." 3. Create blueprints for new communication devices; develop advertisements for these devices and posters restricting their use in specific … . Each then divides in half. One group creates a print advertisement for the new device, and the other group creates a … entries, participation in group invention blueprints, participation in creation of advertisements and notices restricting the use of the invention, and creation …
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  • Don't Touch That Dial! - … advertising, and write a paper focusing on the following questions: What was the initial purpose of television advertisements? How did companies originally advertise
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  • Searching Near and Far - … the three variables. Media Studies- Keep a record of the advertisements that appear for one hour of television (stay on the … company provide? Is the advertisement for an Internet-based company or for the Internet services of the company advertised? Using the information …
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  • The Name of the Game - … , types of arenas, and other relevant images. 6. Create an advertisement for a lesser known sporting event, such as dragon boat racing. Use television, radio, and print advertisements as models as you create your own, keeping in mind the audience to whom you are advertising. 7. Participating in a team sport is often a bonding …
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  • Art in Crafts - … . Media Studies- Watch television for a week, keeping track of advertisements you see for the type of object you created in … .e., furniture, dishware or cutlery). Note the placement of these advertisements. During what shows do they appear? At what time of … ? Write an analysis of what your data reveals about the advertising tactics employed to sell this product. Other Information on the …
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  • Tough Truces - … to discuss the problem of gang violence; brainstorm proposals and advertisements for programs to curb gang violence. 4. Create proposals and … to make those ideas come to fruition. - Create one poster advertising each of your group's suggested programs. Each poster should … Forum." Each group should presents its proposals and the posters advertising its programs, and the class should discusses the likely effectiveness …
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  • Community of Interests - … . Interdisciplinary Connections: Economics- Write an analytical essay looking at the advertising in your local paper and The New York Times. What … average percentage of advertising in the paper? What are the ad rates? What kinds of products and services are advertised? Mathematics- Conduct …
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  • It All Adds Up - … that support recycling campaigns and develop a statistics-based print advertising campaign to encourage students to recycling. 4. Design posters to … convince their peers that recycling is important through a print advertising campaign for their school. This campaign should encourage students to … pounds of residential garbage every day." Explain to students that advertisers often manipulate statistics to present them in the most convincing …
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