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  • 1. BellworkHOT words prep!Write the following words on a sheet of paper(leave 2-3 lines in between):CONSUMERISM, MEDIA, ADVERTISING,PERSUASION, AUDIENCE, PURPOSE,EDITORIAL
  • 2. Today’s agenda·HOT Words!·Creating Visual Flashcards·Todays Menu·Wrap Up
  • 3. HOT Wordscon·sum·er·ism(noun) - a thing
  • 4. HOT Wordscon·sum·er·ism(noun) - a thingmeaning - protecting consumers
  • 5. HOT Wordscon·sum·er·ism(noun) - a thingmeaning - protecting consumersexample - Ralph Nader was an activist forconsumerism.
  • 6. HOT Wordscon·sum·er·ism(noun) - a thingmeaning - protecting consumers write yourown example:Explain why consumerism is a good/badthing.
  • 7. HOT Wordsme·di·a(noun) - a thing
  • 8. HOT Wordsme·di·a(noun) - a thingmeaning - way to communicate
  • 9. HOT Wordsme·di·a(noun) - a thingmeaning - way to communicateexample - Rich media combines video, soundand interactive features.
  • 10. HOT Wordsme·di·a(noun) - a thingmeaning - way to communicate write your ownexample:Create a list of media types.
  • 11. HOT Wordsad·ver·tis·ing(noun) - a thing
  • 12. HOT Wordsad·ver·tis·ing(noun) - a thingmeaning - attention for products
  • 13. HOT Wordsad·ver·tis·ing(noun) - a thingmeaning - attention for productsexample - At one point or another, everyonethinks they have brilliant advertising ideas.
  • 14. HOT Wordsad·ver·tis·ing(noun) - a thingmeaning - attention for products write yourown example:Which advertising do you find to be the mostpersuasive?
  • 15. HOT Wordsper·sua·sion(noun) - a thing
  • 16. HOT Wordsper·sua·sion(noun) - a thingmeaning - convincing/influencing
  • 17. HOT Wordsper·sua·sion(noun) - a thingmeaning - convincing/influencingexample - His power of persuasion is sopowerful, he could sell ice to Eskimos.
  • 18. HOT Wordsper·sua·sion(noun) - a thingmeaning - convincing/influencing write yourown example:Is persuasion something you are good at?
  • 19. HOT Wordsau·di·ence(noun) - a thing
  • 20. HOT Wordsau·di·ence(noun) - a thingmeaning - viewers/listeners
  • 21. HOT Wordsau·di·ence(noun) - a thingmeaning - viewers/listenersexample - A great advertisement knows itsaudience.
  • 22. HOT Wordsau·di·ence(noun) - a thingmeaning - viewers/listenerwrite your own example:Are all audiences the same?
  • 23. HOT Wordspur·pose(noun) - a thing
  • 24. HOT Wordspur·pose(noun) - a thingmeaning - reason for something
  • 25. HOT Wordspur·pose(noun) - a thingmeaning - reason for somethingexample - There is little to no purpose for theadvertisment.
  • 26. HOT Wordspur·pose(noun) - a thingmeaning - reason for something write yourown example:Explain what your purpose in school, life, etc.is.
  • 27. HOT Wordsed·i·to·ri·al(noun) - a thing
  • 28. HOT Wordsed·i·to·ri·al(noun) - a thingmeaning - opinion article/media
  • 29. HOT Wordsed·i·to·ri·al(noun) - a thingmeaning - opinion article/mediaexample - There are some strong opinions inthe editorials.
  • 30. HOT Wordsed·i·to·ri·al(noun) - a thingmeaning - opinion article/mediawrite your own example:What issue might make you write an editorialletter?
  • 31. Today’s menu·Pizza·Ham & Cheese Sandwich·Specialty Salad·Baked Fries·Fresh Veggies·Whole Fruit Juice Bar·Milk
  • 32. REV personalized flashcardsUnit 2 Vocabulary consumerism protecting buyersIf you have finished these cards, you may read. If you needsomething to, go to page26-27 of your REV books.
  • 33. Questions?
  • 34. Wait, wait...For the fourth time in a week, something remarkable wasfound wandering around Long Island, NY. What was it?a) An abandoned alligatorb) A malfunctioning androidc) A gigantic, feral cat `d) A confused Brooklynite