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”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)

”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)
”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)
”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)
”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)
”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis (the 1950s - Fifties)
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”I Like Ike” TV Campaign Ad Analysis guides students to through the first political ad on the new medium of television. Students study the two pictures from the ad and then are asked to compare it to today’s political ads. Finally students create a political poster listing reasons why voters should support Eisenhower. An alternate version of the assignment includes a YouTube address and a QR Code linking to the original 1952 commercial. This can be used in class or as homework as it’s a completely stand alone assignment. This is also perfect for substitute teacher plans. And of course, a key is included.

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