Reflection: Pacing Ad Campaign Demos - Section 2: Guided Practice


There are two reasons that I share the campaigns with the students on this day:

1- It allows me to monitor and maintain appropriate pacing for each to ensure we have given each group equal time and finish when we need to.

2- It helps me to keep some of the popularity out of the voting process. I try with this to maintain as much anonymity for the groups as I am able to because the winning group from each class has the opportunity to be featured on our school announcements and at a faculty meeting with guests from the district office. I want to make sure these representative ad campaigns are the ones that the classes truly felt were the best of the best. 

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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.

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English / Language Arts, Evaluation and Analysis, reflection, advertising, campaign, demographics, propaganda
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