Reflection: Accountability Ad Campaign Demos - Section 1: Instructional Input


Even though the students only formally evaluate four presentations, they will still need to be fully engaged in all of them in order to complete the last part of the evaluation, which is to determine who they think did the best job overall and then provide justification for that decision. It becomes tedious and the feels like busy work if the students have to evaluate and take notes on each and every presentation each time we do something of this nature. I want it to be relevant and helpful, not just compliance driving and occupying.

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Ad Campaign Demos

Unit 7: Advertising, Bias, and Propaganda
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: Students will view each of the three ads from groups in different class periods to provide feedback.

Big Idea: Ladies And Gentlemen, I Present To You...

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English / Language Arts, Evaluation and Analysis, reflection, advertising, campaign, demographics, propaganda
  50 minutes
superman got milk ad commercial
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