Next. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. The Question. Marketing and advertising constantly influence the choices we make as consumers. Each time you buy something you are acting upon a variety of factors that influence your purchase. Some of these factors may influence you in subtle ways.
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61. The Question
Marketing and advertising constantly influence the choices we make as consumers. Each time you buy something you are acting upon a variety of factors that influence your purchase. Some of these factors may influence you in subtle ways.
How do gimmicks and hype influence spending decisions?
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64. The Assessment Activity
Were you surprised? Did you learn things you did not know? Have you learned things that will influence your behavior in the future?
Many teens would benefit from an understanding of what you have learned. Create an informational brochure or a video commercial that will summarize what you have learned and will help you share your understanding with others.
Your brochure can be made by hand or you can use Microsoft Publisher to create it. For tips on using Publisher click here.
Maryland Family and Consumer Sciences VSC- DRAFT, 2004.
FCSNS 3.5.3- Examine features, prices, product information, styles and performance of consumer goods.
FCSNS 3.5.7;3.5.8- Educate an audience to help them make an informed choice related to the selection of goods, services, and products.
66. Teacher Support Materials
Differentiation: Provide copy of all text with information needed for lesson highlighted.
Review glossary skills
Some of the Graphic Organizer may need to be completed. (word box would assist students in completion)
Allow students to rate with only agree or disagree.
Time Management Strategies: One 45-minute class periods are recommended—for reading the article and taking notes and the brochure can be completed for a home assignment..