I would take away the techniques and claims. Having to change them and figure them out was hard so im going to try and remember it for a while. Advertisers attempt to influence people by putting things in their ads that will catch the audiences eye. Or putting convincing statements. Purpose and audience shape the content in a persausive text because you have to have a reason for the ad, ,but at the same time you have to have an audience that recieves the ad to buy the product.
I will take away the techniques and claims, as well as all the persuasive language and images. I will take away that, and how they are persuasive. Advertiseres attempt to influence customers by using images, claims, techniques, and language to buy the product. Claims such as Weasel Words, and techniques such as Bandwagon. Purpose and audience shape the content in a persuasive text by who you're selling to and why (although, that's probably to make money). For example, if you're selling a product to a little kid, you're not going to put in a bunch of words, you're going to have a bunch of pictures of SpongeBob SquarePants.
I will remember that the advertisments that we see will always try to draw us into bying there product.And they will do so bye using claims, tehcniques, and imegry.When they influence the customer they usualy start with the age group that they will try to influence.The purpose plays a big part because the director of the set will try to come up with a great reason to buy the product.And lastly the audiance is needed as the spenders to purchase the product that is advertised.
I will take away from this advertising unit that ads are pretty important. They are also kind of difficult to think of. You have to think about the target audience, the techniques, the claims, the images, and the language. Ads attempt to influence consumers by using persuasive language and images that will get the reader’s attention. Purpose and audience shapes the content because the audience needs to be interested in the ad so they will be more interested in buying the product.
Where is the humor.
The things that i didnt really like from this unit was probably all the paragraph orginizers. i think it would be much easier with a rough draft to final copy type thing. Advertisers infleunce us with things that will make their product seem interesting even though it might not be. like on the colgate ad... no one cares about tooth paste, but they made it more interesting by putting in a famous actress. The ad is mainly going to be based around a certain audience...like diapers for grandparents/ or babies. they will put in characters that will be familiar with the audience.over-all this was a pretty good unit.
This unit was a very good attempt at teaching us everything about the world of Advertising. I would take away the part of this unit that we had to play "Consumeropoly." I think that game had nothing to do with what we were learning. All we had to do in that game was to be forced to gain money and lose money all around the board. Advertisers attempt to influence consumers by using many techiniques and claims. Purpose and audience shaped a paragraph because that whole paragraph was based on the purpose and the audience. So the paragraph must be persuasive to the audience and the purpose.
In this unit i have learned about the different techinques, claims, persuasive words and images. one way advertisers can influence there audience is to use peruasive techniques and claims to make there product look good. They also use images to attract there target audience. the purpose and audience matters because advertisers want there audience to buy there product
Where is the funny stuff. there is no humor. O_O
After learning about everything an ad has in it I know that there are different things you can do about it. I will take away that there is different ads for different groups of people. There are different things you can put in an ad too. Advertisements try to influence consumers by putting in things the target audience likes. For example, they may put famous people like in uGG ads for teens. Purpose and audience shape the content in a persuasive text by the ages of the intended audience.
In this unit I learned how advertises attempt to influence consumers, how 'purpose' and 'audience' shape the content in a persuasive text, and I will remember a couple things after this unit is over. I will take away from this unit the ability to analyze an ad and be more skeptical of them. I will be more “immune” to them. I think advertisers attempt to influence buyers using techniques, claims, words, and images to draw people in. The people are drawn in by facts, cool or pretty images, or just the sentence “best product ever.” Purpose and audience affect a persuasive text in many ways. Like what do you want your audience to think? Feel? Do? If you want them to feel sad for you then you won’t write about the best b-day ever, you will write about the day your dog died. The audience effects persuasive text by, if you are writing for little girls you will not use transformers for your ad instead you will use princess.
After studying advertising in communication arts class, I learned this: That there are 4 claims and 5 techniques. The claims are rhetorical, unique, unfinished, and weasel words. The techniques are testimonials, facts and figures, bandwagon, avante garde, and transfer. I also learned that advertisers use this techniques and claims to pursue the audience. The most famous technique is testimonials. I also learned that purpose and audience change the ad.
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