Presentation on theme: "PSHE – Tobacco Education Smoking – Image, the Media, Marketing and Advertising Yr 9 Lesson 2."— Presentation transcript:
PSHE – Tobacco Education Smoking – Image, the Media, Marketing and Advertising Yr 9 Lesson 2
PSHE – Tobacco Education Lesson Objectives: To understand some of the strategies used in marketing campaigns and advertising. To be aware of how image and stereotyping can be used in the media. To have an awareness of the function and purpose of marketing and advertising.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Intended Learning Outcomes: Pupils will have: Discussed reasons behind ‘successful’ advertising campaigns. Designed an ‘Anti-Smoking’ advert using techniques considered during the lesson.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Success Criteria: Recognise at least 3 adverts which have used stereotypical images to enhance the appeal of their product. Name some of the techniques used in advertising. Understand how people can be influenced by marketing and the media.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Does advertising work? What makes you think this? What evidence do you have to support your thinking?
PSHE – Tobacco Education What elements are required for a successful advertising Campaign? Below are some general strategies frequently applied to marketing and advertising, these basic tactics can be found using any search engine. There must be a list of benefits – you will become smarter, faster, fitter, richer … There must be a feeling of urgency – order today because it will make you reach your goals. The customer must be told what to do – order now – must respond today …
PSHE – Tobacco Education Activity
PSHE – Tobacco Education Tobacco Advertising Tobacco advertising began as far back as 1789 with the publication of a poster depicting a native American smoking a clay pipe. It was not until the 1950s that the first health warnings began, as the link between smoking and lung cancer had been discovered.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Cigarette advertising on UK television was banned on 1 st August 1965, but tobacco companies have found other ways of promoting their products; commercials for loose tobacco and cigars continued until In 1982 The British Medical Association asked the Government to ban all forms of tobacco advertising.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Following the King’s Cross underground fire in 1987 smoking and tobacco advertising was banned on the London Underground. There has been much research to show a clear link between tobacco advertising and smoking.
PSHE – Tobacco Education It has been found that tobacco advertising has more of an effect upon children and young people than it does on adults. The Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act came into effect on 14 February 2003 banning most forms of advertising. 3_en_1
PSHE – Tobacco Education Tobacco advertising was a major feature in many sporting events, tobacco sponsorship was banned in UK sporting events in Health awareness, public opinion and the introduction of laws such as the Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act 2002 have helped to reduce the percentage of young people regularly smoking from 10% in 2001 to 6% in In the same time frame the number of young people who do not smoke has increased from 56% to 71%. Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use in England ifestyles/sdd2009/SDD_2009_Report.pdf ifestyles/sdd2009/SDD_2009_Report.pdf
PSHE – Tobacco Education Which cigarette brands are you aware of? How do you know about them? What marketing techniques are being used?
PSHE – Tobacco Education Activity - Use your knowledge to design an Anti-Smoking advert. What do you know about: the long and short term health effects? the environmental effects? the cost of smoking? advertising and marketing strategies?
PSHE – Tobacco Education By the end of this lesson, I will :- Lesson 2 Recognise at least 3 adverts which have used stereotypical images to enhance the appeal of their product. Name some of the techniques used in advertising. Understand how people can be influenced by marketing and the media.