Selling: chocolate

Learning Material  |  Interactive Lesson

Boost the sales of a chocolate company. Survey people aged under 16. Choose ingredients for a new chocolate bar to fit in with the survey results. Get feedback from a taste test. Design labelling for a new chocolate wrapper to fit in with market research results. Make a promotional sign that will appeal to the target audience. Check a graph to compare sales figures of the new chocolate bar against other bars. This learning object is the second in a series of three objects that progressively increase in difficulty.
1. Students decode, interpret and apply information from texts by incorporating visual elements.
2. Students relate a text to their own knowledge and experiences.
3. Students identify literal meanings and inferential meanings in texts.
4. Students identify the meaning of a text by referring to illustrations and text structure.
5. Students use information from written and visual texts to construct new text.
6. Students explore how certain word choices and text structures appeal to particular social groups.

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 5
Viewing Comprehension

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