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We are learning about:

Unit 30: Advertisement


for Television
We are learning to:
-Understand what the unit
entails
-Research and compare
advertisements for two similar
products.

Success criteria:
Pass Explain what advertising is
and why it is used.
Merit Identification and
comparison of similar adverts
Distinction- Discussion of how
these are effective for an
audience.

Employability learning how to


research information to meet a
brief.

Literacy Objective:
To understand and define key words
advertising

The aim of this unit is to enable learners to


apply production skills to create an advert
for television.
You will examine existing television
advertisements to investigate how
persuasive messages can be constructed.
You will then plan and produce an

Advertising is all around us and is integral to


everyday life. It is one of the largest sectors of the
media industry, adverts being presented in a wide
range of media such as television, film, radio,
magazines, posters, billboards, the press, and the
internet

Of all of these, television advertising probably


has the highest profile, some television
advertisements being so effective and
memorable that they become classics and part
of the cultural background for a whole
generation of viewers.

Television is used to market almost every


product one can imagine from everyday
consumables, like washing powder, to
extravagant sports cars, whilst some
advertisements promote a service such as
insurance, banking or vehicle breakdown cover.
Effective advertising insures that brands are
memorable, and highly sought after.

1. Loves the jobs you hate.


2. Simples.
3. So good the cows want it back.
4. Finger lickin good.
5. The worlds local bank
6. Exceedingly good
7. Vorsprung Durch Technick
8. Its good to talk
9. Probably the best lager in the world
10. The best a man can get
11.Because youre worth it
12.Does exactly what it says on the tin.
13.Every little helps
14.Lick the lid of life
15.Just do it

1. Mr Muscle
2. Compare the Market
3. Cravendale
4. KFC
5. HSBC
6. Mr Kipling
7. Audi
8. BT
9. Carlsberg
10. Gillette
11.LOreal
12. Ronseal
13. Tesco
14. Mller
15.Nike

Adverts have a number of


formats depending on the type of
advert being shown.

These are:
Product Information
Product Image
Personalised
Lifestyle

Product information format relies


heavily on facts and statistics.
This advertising format aims to
inform customers of the benefits
of the product.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9

Product image tries to show the


relationship between the product /
service and the customer.
This advertising format aims to
seduce the customer using its
product as a focal point.

The personalised format tries to the


customer by reassuring the
customer of the companies
importance to them.
This advertising format aims to
make their product seem reliable
and trustworthy.

The lifestyle format is designed show


a desired way of living.
This advertising format aims to show
customers what their life could be
like if they use their product.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
N1AyN6qjuY8

Research the different types of


advertising formats.
These are:
Product
1.Explain what they are
2.Provide examples. Information
Product Image
Personalised
Lifestyle

Advertisers use a variety of techniques


to get us to buy goods / services.
O: Mr Griffiths / Year
13 / Lesson 1
advertising part 2

Examples
-Flattering words
- Family
values
-Celebrity endorsement
- Children
-Experts or statistical proof
Selective advertising
-New ingredient
- Music /

Designed to entice the viewer. Makes the


product seem almost sacred.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHF
KE6PD_6U

The use of celebrities is designed to


make the viewer believe if its good
enough for them, its good enough for
me. It often suggest wealth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lno
umTpLMfk

Designed to explain and convince the


audience that their product has been
verified by experts and so is therefor
reliable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=sRJ9t0t0xbw

Designed to make the viewer believe


that this is never seen before. Often
food companies will create new
flavours with limited time to make
viewers believe they are exclusive and
not to be missed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=If0zxU11ne8

Advertisers pull on the emotions with


familiarity of great or iconic products /
periods in time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=OAxO6KEbTiI

Again this often uses celebrities to help


influence what we might portray to be a
desired lifestyle. These can often be
realistic or fiction-like.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=tGpobJsHR2c

The use of footage of families looking


harmonious and united is often used as
a way to make viewers believe that if
they buy their product then the family
unit may come closer together.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=BI22NT5LhJA

Children are used within adverts to help


play on the emotions of people. They can
make the advert appear innocent and
friendly or harrowing and dramatic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=2roAHJ6SDLs

This is used to help highlight the


uniqueness of a product. Often the
product might be one where a
competitors will provide the same
service but spun in a way to make
theres seem better.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=GeoUELDgyM4

Use of music or sound to provide a


catchy often contagious effect. Makes
the customer remember it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=HTOP6TOJwOI

Gimmicks are often used to make


adverts unique. Often use things never
seem before. A lot more common since
social networks introduced and the idea
of ads going viral
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=NHtEyDrD4oA