I Want That


Subjects: Digital Literacy, Personal Development
Grade Level: All
Source: Cable in the Classroom

Infuse critical thinking and viewing by using holiday ads.


It’s that time of the year when broadcasters blanket the airwaves with messages
about toys. Millions of dollars are spent on marketing and advertising to promote
toys to young people. Here are some ways you can help your students learn to assess
these messages.


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