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Advertising key words
Match the key word to the definition then check understanding with a close exercise. Clozer (first whizzy) and matching (second whizzy) versions of this activity are available. Answer: 1d, 2o, 3b, 4f, 5i, 6h, 7j, 8a, 9m, 10k, 11e, 12c, 13n, 14l, 15g.
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Who are you?
A refreshing look at target audience, product placement and marketing. Includes teacher's notes. (Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions, you will need to supply your own adverts and pictures of faces.) An interactive Matching activity is also available.
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Syntex: fashion advert (difficulty rating 4)
Explore the word order of this slogan. Think about the alliteration! (Answer: Fashionable feminine style – for serious business or social occasions.)
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Syntex: advert for shoes (difficulty rating 2)
Explore the word order of this slogan. (Answer: Shoes designed to move you)
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Syntex: advert for a cruise (difficulty rating 7)
Explore the word order of this slogan. (Clue: Assemble friendly collections of words and join them, e.g. ice+rink) (Answer: Somewhere between the onboard ice rink, the jeep safari, the climbing wall and the horse riding, it hits you; this is way more than a cruise.)
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Syntex: advert for bread (difficulty rating 2)
Explore the word order of this slogan (Answer: Freshly baked all day every day.)
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Syntex: advert for car II (difficulty rating 6)
Explore the word order of this slogan - which adjectives go with which nouns? (Answer: With the new Polo’s snazzier, deeper grille, more stylishly sculptured bonnet, one-piece headlights and body-coloured bumpers, seeing is believing.)
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Syntex: advert for Warwick Castle (difficulty rating 4)
Explore the word order of this slogan. Also available as a Promethean flipchart. (Clues: 1 - The key is where you put the word 'just'! 2 - Two verbs are contrasted) (Answer: You don’t just visit Britain’s greatest medieval experience. You live it.)
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Syntex: advert for nightwear (difficulty rating 4)
Explore the order of the words in this strapline. Where does the 'if' ... 'then' fit in? (Answer: If comfort is what you care about then sleeping in pure jersey is a dream come true.)
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Syntex: advert for energy-efficient buildings (difficutly rating 1)
Explore the word order in this advert - arrange the words into a simple slogan. Which phrase comes first? (Answer: Cool in summer, warm in winter)
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Syntex: careers advert
Rearrange these tiles to make a slogan to encourage people to become teachers. Could there be more than one right answer? (Answer: Create innovate discover imagine explore. Professional development in Science teaching.)
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Syntex: advert for healthy eating
Rearrange these tiles to create an advert to encourage healthy eating. Could there be more than one right answer? (Answer: Vie helps you on your way to 5 a day)
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Syntex: advert for children's show
Rearrange these tiles to form the blurb on a leaflet or poster to advertise a children's show. Is there more than one answer? (Answer: It's fun day in Pontypandy. Fireman Sam, the brave and friendly 'hero next door', together with firefighters Elvis Cridlington and Penny Morris, appear in this thrilling new show: Fireman Sam to the Rescue.)
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Syntex: advert for car
Rearrange the tiles to form a slogan for a car. Could there be more than one right answer? (Answer: Along with its striking looks comes an unbelievable figure.)
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