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Persuasive TV adverts and extracts

Discussion in 'Primary' started by imanewteacher2007, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. imanewteacher2007

    imanewteacher2007 New commenter

    Has anyone got any good ideas for TV commercials I can show my mixed ability year 4 class which have persuasive elements in them?
    Going to have a good look through you.tube but was wondering if anyone knew of any sites that would help me!
    Thanks!
     
  2. imanewteacher2007

    imanewteacher2007 New commenter

    Has anyone got any good ideas for TV commercials I can show my mixed ability year 4 class which have persuasive elements in them?
    Going to have a good look through you.tube but was wondering if anyone knew of any sites that would help me!
    Thanks!
     
  3. Loads of Marks and Spencers food adverts on tellyads.com
    Just did this with my year 4 class they loved using these adverts!
     
  4. The tellyads site is brilliant. Make sure you have plenty of time to browse because you'll end up going down 'Memory Lane'. [​IMG]
     
  5. I would go with historical ads like Sugar Puffs, Mars bars and Coke.
     
  6. vannie

    vannie Star commenter

    There's one that I think is for the ASA called 'Every Home Needs a Harvey' - basically a very cute dog attempting to sell itself. I love it.
     
  7. vannie

    vannie Star commenter

    It has a sequel 'Harvey and Rabbit' - it's an ad for TV advertising. Very meta.
     

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