Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Writing: Persuasive Advertisements

L.I: We are learning to be able to identify what makes an effective advert.

This week for writing, we had to watch a few advertisements. After watching them we had to go through a check list of questions about each advertisement. We had to answer questions such as what product is being sold? Who do you think would buy it? Whether the advertisement was persuasive? etc.

Name of product
The new Subway menu.
Who do you think the intended buyer is?
People who like Subway
What kind of advert is it?

TV Yes                       Radio                   Magazine           Poster
How do they try to persuade you to buy it?

With pictures      

With words        

With music

With questions: Yes

With jokes: Yes

With catchphrases

With jingles

Other: ____________________
Do you think it is a good advert?

 Yes         And  No
So it’s an ok advertisement!

There is a lot of persuading, and a few jokes, but a lot of things are told really fast that you can’t understand what is being said.
Would you buy the product?            Yes                No        
No = Alex
Yes = Jack
Alex = Because for me subway doesn’t taste nice.
Jack = Because the last time I had Subway, I found it quite appetising, and I like the option to create your own meal.
Do you think the advert is honest?  Yes                     

Because it didn’t seem that there was anything incorrect about what the advertisement spoke about.
What words do they use to sell the product?
Tasty, yummy, fresh.

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