Life Skills students can learn about how marketing impacts the selection of clothing and accessories with this bright and engaging resource!
Students learn about the difference between brand name and generic clothing, how it’s advertised on mass media and social media and how shopping environments communicate with customers in the informative PowerPoint. The PowerPoint features real world examples of generic and brand name clothing, its advertising and the shopping environments they are sold in. Students can then complete the corresponding worksheet where they can answer a series of questions and complete fun activities.
Also included in this resource pack is a lesson plan with teacher instructions to help make implementing this resource in the classroom a breeze!
This resource has been designed to meet syllabus dot points from the Life Skills Textiles and Society area of study of the NSW NESA Textiles Technology syllabus, however it can be used with students across a range of learning levels.
- 1 x 20-slide Life Skills Styles and Impact of Marketing PowerPoint.
- 1 x 5-page Life Skills Styles and Impact of Marketing worksheet (PDF).
- Lesson plan with teacher instructions.