Lessons for Advertising

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  • After Slavery: Uncle Tom's Cabin in Popular Culture - … reproduced in the form of stage plays, sheet music, print advertising, children's books, domestic products, movies, and more. This lesson … became transformed into all kinds of popular culture: stage plays, advertising, children's books, figurines, songs, and eventually movies. To make … was to Americans, see how its characters were used in advertisements for consumer products like Topsy Tobacco To demonstrate the range …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Triangles Tree Project - … lot. They will cut out various types of triangles and advertise their tree lots by promoting the description of their triangles … each section is an advertisement for the particular triangle tree. After the name of the lot they will advertise the "benefits" of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Invention Convention - … developing products and business plans. 4. Develop prototypes and print advertisements for the products/devices of their choice. Resources / Materials: -student … of business plans, and the imaginative creation of prototypes and advertisements. Vocabulary: idol, retailing, surveyed, entrepreneurs, lugging, hordes, descended, bulged, fledgling … entice students to buy your product. Media Studies - Watch television advertisements for one week and write an essay about what strategies …
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  • A Life to Remember - … television and radio advertisements do you remember best? Why do you think they stand out? What strategies do advertisers use to "help … are selling? Why are catchphrases, jingles, repetition and humor successful advertising tools? Prepare a video clip of a commercial you think …
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  • From the Home Front - … findings. Economics/Media Studies - Research the hype behind Super Bowl advertisements on television. Why are they often the most creative? How … for primetime? How does the cost of this advertising space compare to an advertisement for a regular football game, and/or for …
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  • Around the World in One Hundred Years - … races. How do advertisers choose a car or team to sponsor? What are the possible benefits to the advertisers, car owners and … might you characterize the relationship between the Nascar organization and advertisers? Write an opinion paper based on your findings. Include all …
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  • No License to Drive - … this lesson, students reflect on teen driving and create an advertising campaign to promote safe driving practices. Author(s): Catherine Hutchings … researching safe driving methods on the Internet, then designing an advertising campaign to encourage safe driving among teenagers. Ad campaigns should … questions using available classroom resources and then design and draw advertisements, focusing on their assigned subtopic. Encourage students use creative dialogue …
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  • Has Push Come to Shove? - … , tell each group that they are playing the role of advertisers who have been hired by their assigned candidate to explain … same candidate). The "campaign team" should ask questions of the "advertisers" to clarify the candidate's positions. During each pitch, the … on their assigned candidate and their creative completion of an advertising flyer. Vocabulary: recession, dismal, employment, inflation, bureau, prolonged, aggressive, diminish …
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  • The Science of Politics - … Nauseam Exploring the Role of Special-Interest Groups in Campaign Advertisements TIMES TOPICS: Election Issues Environment Science and Technology OTHER RESOURCES … the United States? Media Studies - Design and outline a campaign advertisement in support of Mr. Obama's or Mr. McCain's … . How could you incorporate science facts and evidence into the advertisement? Academic Content Standards: Grades 6-8,9-12 Science Standard …
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  • Who Is Family? Analyzing Family Photos - … - these might include photos that accompany articles as well as advertisements. You might want to assign a number to each image … the following: What differences do you notice between photographs from advertising, photojournalism and personal photography (including both posed and candid shots … on the well-being of individuals and society Academic Skills, Advertising, Art as a Reflection of Society, Culture and Identity, Fine …
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