“It tells that it is very cool but it will only take our money.”

Following up a poignant (and adorable) Environment Day performance by the preschool through fifth grade classes, Class VI has recently been delving into the way corporations manipulate us with advertisements and the media.

Class VII Advertisements

Tsering Lhadron A dissects a magazine ad.

 

After watching Annie Leonard’s “The Story of Bottled Water” the students confronted magazine ads to identify instances where they were being scared, seduced, and misled.

Class VII Advertisement Grids

Dawa Chodron

Class VII Advertisement Grids

Dorjee Yangkey

Class VII Advertisement Grids

Srijana Subba

 

The students challenged themselves to explore further this process of distortion and control by drafting their own marketing schemes for imaginary products.

Class VII Advertisement

Dawa Chodron

Class VII Advertisement

Lobsang Dadron

Class VII Advertisement

Pratima Sutradhar

Class VII Advertisement

Rinchen Nima

Class VII Advertisement

Srijana Subba

Class VII Advertisement

Tsering Lhadron A

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One Response to “It tells that it is very cool but it will only take our money.”

  1. MammaLamma says:

    Amazing work. Wish we had that kind of intelligence and education globally!

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