ENG4U Media Summative- Why this Campaign?

The target audience of this multimedia campaign is the general teenage population. The purpose of this campaign is to promote teenagers to get part time jobs by using many persuasive ad/cartoon techniques. This campaign highlights the benefits of being an employed teenager, discusses statistics and studies that prove that being a part time worker as a teenager is beneficial and provides the audience with a video message from the expert himself, Mr. Serviss. Mr. Serviss is General Panet High School’s cooperative education teacher and is able to thoroughly discuss the benefits of being a teenage worker.

By discussing the wonderful benefits of being an employed teenager, I hope to promote many more teenagers to go out and apply for a job!

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ENG4U Media Summative- Power Point Presentation- Promoting Teens to Have Part Time Jobs

Power Point to Promote Teenagers to Have Part Time Jobs

The purpose of this power point is to promote part time jobs among teenagers. The power point highlights the benefits that come with having a part time job as a teenager, statistics that prove that it is beneficial and a video message from the expert on teenage workers himself, Mr. Serviss (General Panet High School’s Cooperative Education Teacher).

The power point is designed to be presented to an audience of teenagers to try convince them to get a part time job.

ENG4U Media Summative- Commercial to Promote Teens to Have Part Time Jobs

The target audience of this commercial is the general teenage population. It is intended to reassure teenagers who have part time jobs that they are doing the right thing by having a part time job but is mostly intended to motivate unemployed teenagers to get a part time job. There are many benefits that come with having a part time job as a teenager and the purpose of this commercial is to highlight those benefits.

The song used in this video is “Work Hard Play Hard” by Wiz Khalifa.

Statistic from:

“Is Your Teen Ready for a Job?” Teens and Part-Time Jobs. Pearson Education, 2014. Web. 20 May 2014.