A project in which students design and write a persuasive advertisement for their own popcorn flavour as well as a 3D popcorn container.
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This teaching resource is a project for students to get creative and think about what unique popcorn flavour they would like to engineer. Students will need to create a flavour, design a 3D container with the template provided, and then create advertisement resources to promote a tempting new flavour to potential customers and make sure it is a huge success!
In this project, students will develop skills to:
- use creative design
- use persuasive language to engage with audiences
- work with 3D nets to create product
- extend their vocabulary.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
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