7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please

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1.
Trying to spread ideas that help one cause while hurting another is called (1 point)

marketing.
semantic slanting.
propaganda.

2.
How would you revise the title of "Take the Junk out of Marketing Food to Kids" to avoid semantic slanting? (1 point)

Marketing Healthier Foods to Kids
Lies Food Manufacturers Feed Our Children
No More Trash in Our Kids’ Food

3.
Which of the following testimonials would be most appropriate to support the ideas in "Take the Junk out of Marketing Food to Kids?" (1 point)

a famous actor who is a parent to school-age children
a politician involved in school reform
a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization

4.
Which persuasive technique used in "Take the Junk out of Marketing Food to Kids" would be most appropriate in the first part of "Grainies"? (1 point)

including supporting information from a reputable organization
denouncing food manufacturers
taking a stand against marketing food to kids

5.
Which answer best explains why advertising writers use connotative meanings more than denotative meanings in their advertisements? (1 point)

If consumers understand why their product is the best one, they will tell all their friends to buy the product.
If consumers associate their product with things they like or desire, they will want to buy the product.
If consumers can compare and contrast their product with their competitors’ product, they will choose the best one.

1. propaganda.
2. a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization
3. a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization
4. including supporting information from a reputable organization
5. If consumers associate their product with things they like or desire, they will want to buy the product.

**Sorry, I do not know if you know those stories. They were in my " Glencoe Literature - Reading with a Purpose" school textbook.

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    Sorry, but I haven't read these stories or articles.

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    1.
    Trying to spread ideas that hurt one cause and help another is called _____. (1 point)

    (0 pts) testimonial
    (0 pts) semantic slanting
    (1 pt) propaganda


    2.
    Which of the following from "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food for Kids" is an example of semantic slanting? (1 point)

    (0 pts) "food pyramid"
    (0 pts) "food manufacturers"
    (1 pt) "food police"


    3.
    Which of the following testimonials would be MOST appropriate to support the ideas in "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food to Kids?" (1 point)
    (0 pts) a famous actor who is a parent to school-age children
    (0 pts) a politician involved in school reform
    (1 pt) a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization


    4.
    How are the two selections different? (1 point)
    (1 pt) "Grainies" uses a testimonial.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" provides facts.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" contains propaganda.

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    I would like to say that the answer above is correct.

    1.
    Trying to spread ideas that hurt one cause and help another is called _____. (1 point)

    (0 pts) testimonial
    (0 pts) semantic slanting
    (1 pt) propaganda


    2.
    Which of the following from "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food for Kids" is an example of semantic slanting? (1 point)

    (0 pts) "food pyramid"
    (0 pts) "food manufacturers"
    (1 pt) "food police"


    3.
    Which of the following testimonials would be MOST appropriate to support the ideas in "Take the Junk Out of Marketing Food to Kids?" (1 point)
    (0 pts) a famous actor who is a parent to school-age children
    (0 pts) a politician involved in school reform
    (1 pt) a famous nutritional expert working for a nonprofit organization


    4.
    How are the two selections different? (1 point)
    (1 pt) "Grainies" uses a testimonial.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" provides facts.
    (0 pts) "Grainies" contains propaganda

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    i need help...is this a real esssay answering thing..Is this connections academy??

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    These answers are 100% correct. It must be a Coincidence that I have fellow flvs ( Florida Virtual School )attendees that use this site for answers to.

  • 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please -

    what is number 2??

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