Identify and Evaluate Advertising
From the Series Info Wise
What is advertising, and why should you care? Learn how to think critically about advertising. Who created and paid for an ad? What do the people who made the ad want you to do? Why does it matter if a website includes advertising? This book will help you pinpoint and evaluate common persuasive techniques used in advertising, including the bandwagon approach, emotional appeal, repetition, and more.
|Interest Level||Grade 4 - Grade 6|
|Reading Level||Grade 5|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Lerner Publications ™|
|Number of Pages||40|
|Reading Counts! Level||5.7|
|BISACS||JNF029000, JNF055000, JNF029010|
|Dimensions||6.375 x 9.25|
|Guided Reading Level||W|
|ATOS Reading Level||6.0|
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz||171302|
|Accelerated Reader® Points||1.0|
|Features||Bibliography/further reading, Glossary, Index, Sidebars, Table of contents, Teaching Guides, and eSource|
Author: Valerie Bodden
Valerie Bodden is a freelance author and editor. She has written more than 100 children's nonfiction books and lives in Wisconsin with her husband and four children.
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