Take a look at the following anti-tobacco print advertisements. What do they have in common?
Each is a CREATIVE advertisement that uses TEXT and IMAGES to convey a FACTabout the DANGERS of SMOKING.
Your Objective: Create an effectiveanti-tobacco advertisement.
It Must: be neat, appealing, and CREATIVE. include well-writtenTEXT. contain appropriate IMAGES. convey a FACT from thetruth.com.about the DANGERS of SMOKING.
It Must:be CREATIVE.~ appealing to the eye~ neatly done~ eye-catching
It Must:include well-writtenTEXT.~ no grammar or spelling mistakes~ legible font~ Do not include your name on the advertisement.
It Must:contain appropriate IMAGES.~ Be creative with your choices.~ You may use Google to ﬁnd images.~ All images must be appropriate for school.~ Set your SafeSearch settings to“strict”.
It Must:convey a FACT from thetruth.com.~Use part of today’s class to choose an interesting fact from the “Fact Bin” located at http://www.thetruth.com/facts/.~ Read through the facts to choose one that truly interests you. Don’t just choose one of the ﬁrst ten because they’re at the top.
It Must:be about the DANGERS of SMOKING.~ You may put the fact in your own words, but do not CHANGE the information.~ The fact must “make sense” for the anti-tobacco advertisement. Non-examples:~ You may add extra text or a catchy slogan.~ Be creative, but use your OWN ideas...don’t steal someone else’s.
It Must:~ be emailed to me before 7:50 on Monday morning.~ be an .jpg image.~ have the ﬁle name:ﬁrstname.lastname.anti.tobacco.jpg (using your ﬁrst and last name...of course.)~ be well done. These will be published on the Internet. Take pride in your work! You never know where it might reappear.
You May:~ ask Mrs. Lee for help.~ use Photoshop, Illustrator, or Keynote.~ watch the Keynote tutorial I uploaded to the Wikispace if you want to hear some tips and tricks I use to make my Keynotes.
What is wrong with the following anti-tobacco advertisement?
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