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Advertisements on Nature and Gender Equality

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  • 1. Advertisements Environment 1 Scene : (Walking -- An old man threw a candy wrapper on the road. A boy was walking behind him. He picked the wrapper.) Boy : Mr! You dropped something! Man : No, my boy. That’s trash. Boy : Oh, then I must dispose it properly. Man : It’s okay, just leave it there. Boy : No Mr. It said so right here. (The old man curiously looked at the wrapper where the boy was pointing.) Man : Please dispose properly. Boy : (Smiling) I told you so. 2 A short video montage of natural disasters, (i.e. floods, land slides, etc.) Afterwards: President : Let. Senator : Us. Congressman : Take. Judge : Good. Religious : Care. Celebrity : Of. Masses : Mother Earth. Children : For the succeeding generations. Young child : (Looking sad, but stern) Please.
  • 2. Advertisements Gender Sensitivity 1 Scene : (A man and a woman standing side by side.) Man : I can lift heavy weights. Woman : I cannot. Man : I am stronger. Woman : I am not. But that doesn’t make me less of a person. Man : (Looking dubious) Woman : We have COMPLEMENTARY differences. Man : (Nodding in agreement) 2 Scene : (Lovers walking in the park. The girl is carrying a shopping bag. An old man caught sight of them.) Old man : (Pointing to the boy) You should carry the bag. Boy : Oh no, sir. She can do it. Plus, I don’t want her to feel weak. Old man : But… Girl : It’s really okay, sir. It’s not that heavy. If it was, I would have let him carry it. (Smiling) Boy : Good day, sir. (Then they would go on their way) Old man : (Watching them, scratching his head, looking confused) (The last frame would show the lovers walking happily)

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