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Climate Change Impacts
Getting kids thinking about climate change now, will hopefully push them into action when they become adults. Young environmentalists discuss the evidence and causes of climate change seen in the state of California. They brainstorm ways people can change or reduce the effects of climate change through environmental action.
3rd - 5th Science CCSS: Adaptable
If it is an election year and you're teaching American government, then you'll definitely want to take a look at this project. Class members will research a chosen candidate and create a profile for him/her, then collect and analyze newspaper articles, create a slogan, and conduct polling outside of school to get an understanding of how many people will be heading to the polls come election day.
11th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
An Exploration of Media Slogans
Third graders explore entertainment and promotion as forms of media. In this improvisation lesson, 3rd graders examine different types of media text and role play various experiences and responses to topics such as: creation of a scene and social roles.
3rd Visual & Performing Arts
What's Your Angle?
Pretending they are business partners, learners answer questions about marketing to increase their non-price competitive edge. They consider using advertising to shape consumer behaviors and increase sales for their product. They come up with a jingle or slogan, a visual ad, and a radio spot to sell, sell, sell.
7th - 12th Social Studies & History
The Class Election from the Black Lagoon Storia Teaching Guide
One of my favorite things about this resource is that they use a standardized lexile to help you determine who should be reading what book. I also love this great teacher's guide for the book, The Class Election from the Black Lagoon. In it, you'll find a series of guided learning activities, discussion questions, vocabulary terms, comprehension and text connection strategies perfect for teaching kids in grades two and three.
2nd - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
To Smoke or Not to Smoke
What are tobacco companies doing to appeal to people to get them to purchase tobacco products? This lesson takes a look at tobacco advertising. The tobacco companies spend millions and millions of dollars on advertising to get people to start smoking and to continue smoking.
7th - 12th Health
Ready, Camera, Action
This is a fun activity that will introduce your young citizens to the nature of sound bites in political campaigns. After discussing the pros and cons of shorter and shorter messages offered by political candidates, your learners will design a story board for a 60-second television commercial for a well-known historical figure.
4th - 7th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Teach21 Lesson: To the Extreme, Lesson 9/15
Extreme sports seem to be the focus of this fun project, but only you will know that your students are learning persuasive writing techniques. As they continue their Press Kits to promote their fictional extreme sports, students study advertisements and complete their own, based on the persuasive techniques (included) and a slogan and image they have designed.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
Don't just ask your class to define nationalism, but invite them to experience it with an engaging project. Learners are divided into groups to design four items—a flag, slogan, national anthem, and historical tale—for a fictional country they are assigned.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Using Pictures and Slogans to Persuade an Audience!
Students discuss how writers use various techniques to persuade an audience and examine examples used in the media. They interpret their thoughts and feelings about pictures, symbols and slogans and create an advertisement using the techniques.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
New Review Win the White House
Here is a unique and engaging approach to learning about the steps a presidential candidate must take during a campaign. Learners role play the part of a candidate in this online interactive, taking part in a presidential debate and then considering the fundraising and polling components of campaigning.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
Coca -- Cola Unveils New Global Ad Strategy
In this English worksheet, students complete a variety of exercises involving news generated about the soft drink Coke. Students read an article, work on 6 warm-ups and answer 8 statements as true or false. Students match up 10 synonyms stated in the article and 10 phrases.
4th - 6th 21st Century Skills
Entrepreneurship: What Business Am I In?
To better understand entrepreneurship, learners examine the goals and mission statements in actual business plans, then outline a mission/vision statement for their own company. They develop objectives for the first three months of their business' operation.
12th - Higher Ed 21st Century Skills
The Pioneer T-Shirt
Gets artsy during your westward movement unit, studying values and symbols of the pioneers through a t-shirt design group activity. After prior research on Manifest Destiny and the settler experience, groups create t-shirts the pioneers may have bought in the 1840's.
5th - 8th Social Studies & History
Pictures and Slogans Persuade an Audience
Young scholars discover relationships between advertisement and persuasive techniques. In this literacy and consumer education lesson, students select magazine or newspaper advertisements that use symbols, pictures, and slogans to persuade consumers to buy their product.
5th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
Advertising and Healthy Decisions
Students analyze alcohol and tobacco ads and create parodies of them. The eight lessons in this unit include discussions about why teens smoke or drink, the psychology behind the advertising, and writing persuasive letters to agencies, companies, or entities asking them to take action promoting health.
9th - 12th English Language Arts
Can Justice Be Taylor-Made?
Learners examine and discuss a quotation used as a slogan for Liberia's former president Charles G. Taylor. After reading an article, they consider the allegations against Taylor. In groups, they research a time period of his life and share the information with the class in an oral presentation.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History
Learners examine the economic and political challenges the past six presidents have faced during their terms of office, and how those challenges may or may not have impacted their chances for re-election. They create campaign slogans both for and against the presidents researched in class based on the economic and political climate at the time of their elections.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History
Students analyze persuasive documents to identify the persuasive techniques and target audiences. In this persuasive documents lesson, students identify emotional appeals in advertisements and slogans and how the appeals correlate with Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs".
Higher Ed English Language Arts