Activity 1.15 Language and Writer's Craft: Transitions and ...

Activity 1.15 Language and Writer's Craft: Transitions and ...

ACTIVITY 2.4: HOW DO THEY DO IT? ANALYZING ADS 7th Grade Springboard LEARNING TARGETS I can identify techniques used in advertisements. I can determine the purpose of persuasive advertisements and analyze how they use language to achieve that purpose. I can write and expository response describing the

effectiveness of advertising techniques in an advertisement. DO ADVERTISERS TELL THE TRUTH? Legally they have to. Stretch the boundaries of the truth. HAVE YOU EVER PURCHASED A PRODUCT AND LATER FELT TRICKED? Can you think of any claims made by advertisers that stretch

the truth? Why do advertisers stretch the truth? NOTEBOOK Date 2.4 Advertising Techniques pg.

AVANT-GARDE Advertising technique that makes the product seem so new that you will be the first to have it. BANDWAGON Advertising technique that makes the product seem like everyone is buying it, so you

feel like you need it too. TESTIMONIALS Advertisers use celebrities and regular people to endorse products. FACTS AND FIGURES Statistics, percentages, and numbers are used to convince

you that the product is better than another. TRANSFER Advertisers use the background of the ad or the story of the commercial to associate good feelings with the product. ADVERTISING TECHNIQUES

1.To understand how advertisers market to teens, it is important to understand the many persuasive advertising techniques they use to make people want to purchase their products. Read the descriptions of advertising techniques that follow. Then paraphrase and create a

visual representation of each technique. Your visualization Testimonials Facts and Figures Transfer ADVERTISING TECHNIQUES 2. As you read about the techniques, think about the cause

and effect relationship in advertising. For example, with bandwagon the persuasion may be that Everyone is buying this product (cause), so you should buy this product, too (effect). With the avant-garde appeal, if might be this product is the newest on the market (cause), and you should be one of the first to have it (effect). Everyone else has it, so I should

have it too!! Cool people have it, 1st to have it, only SOME have it (sense of being special) People (normal or famous) say good things

about product Statistics and percentages...but numbers can be misleading!! (25% of what???) Connect

good feelings with a product feel emotions ADVERTISING TECHNIQUES 3. What advertising techniques might you see together in one ad? Why would they work well together to influence an audience?

Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon Facts & Figures Here we

go... avantgarde & s t fac ures fig

transfer & testimoni al facts & figures transfe r testimoni

al on im t s te l ia

o g a w nd a b n avantgarde

sf n tra er fac fig ts & ur es

ba n nd w ag o tn a

av de r ga Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon

Facts & Figures Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures

Its a secret...only the smart people know... Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures

Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each

of the following words: Testimonial Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: Testimonial

Transfer Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures Practice Your Vocabulary Words by Analyzing Ads for each of the following words: being different or special Testimonial

Only certain people Transfer do this Avante-garde Bandwagon facts & figures ADVERTISING TECHNIQUES 4. As you look at print, online, or television advertisements, analyze the

use of advertising techniques. Circle the advertising technique(s) used in the ads and provide evidence (elaboration) for each technique used. 3 ads from 3 different brands. Complete the graphic organizer. Homework if not completed in class. Due tomorrow first thing. PENCIL AD!!!! Please take out a pencil and grab a partner.

You will be assigned a specific ad technique. You will create a print ad to share with the class. The ad may have a slogan as well. Due at the end of class. You present your ad first thing on Monday. SKIP-- CHECK YOUR UNDERSTANDING Think about an advertisement that you consider interesting and effective. You might consider if you or someone you know would buy this product based on the advertisement. Which persuasive technique

does the advertiser use successfully? What is the cause-and-effect relationship being presented? Why do you think that particular technique was NOTEBOOK Date 2.4 Vocabulary

pg. EXPLANATORY WRITING Is a form of writing whose purpose is to explain or inform. Topic Sentence Transition Supporting Information Commentary

Concluding Statement Think TTSCC COHERENCE The clear and orderly presentation of ideas in a paragraph or essay. EXPLANATORY WRITING

In contrast to a narrative, whose purpose is to tell as story, the primary purpose of explanatory/expository writing is to provide information or an explanation. Expository paragraphs follow a specific structure: Topic Sentence Transitions Supporting Information Commentary NOTEBOOK

Date 2.4 Explanatory Prompt pg. 101 pg._____ WRITING TO SOURCES: EXPLANATORY TEXT For the ad on the right, write a

response to the chosen advertisement that explains how it tries to influence its target audience. Be sure to: Introduce and develop your topic with relevant details/examples from the advertisement. Use transitions, the precise language of advertising techniques, and formal style.

L ANGUAGE AND WRITERS CRAFT: REVISING FOR COHESION AND CL ARITY Cohesion and clarity in writing refer to how ideas flow together. A way to write with cohesion and clarity is to use the TLQC format when writing a detail sentence. The TLQC format includes: T: Transition word or phrase such as: For example According to, To illustrate,

In this case, In addition, Most important, Likewise, Finally, L ANGUAGE AND WRITERS CRAFT: REVISING FOR COHESION AND CL ARITY Cohesion and clarity in writing refer to how ideas flow together. A way

to write with cohesion and clarity is to use the TLQ format when writing a detail sentence. The TLQ format includes: L Lead in: The lead-in is usually a phrase that sets the context for the specific information that follows; it often answers the question Where? or When? Q- Quote: A quote may be used to support the topic. The quote portion of the detail sentence does not always need to be a direct quote in quotation marks; it can be paraphrased material explaining the fact, detail, or example.

EXAMPLE TLQ [transition], For instance [lead in], in the magazine advertisement for Gatorade sports drink the ad uses the technique of testimonial by showing pictures of Major League Baseball player Derek Jeter holding up his fist of the fans and by including text under the picture stating [quote] Gatorade PRACTICE

Use TLQC to evaluate the writing you did for the Explanatory Writing Prompt, from yesterday, in your notebook. Revise to improve the lead-in, add quotations, add citations, or change/add transitions. Be prepared to share your changes.

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