I’m working on a english presentation and need an explanation to help me study.
The activities are based on a short video about hoverbikes:
The Hoverbike Task 1
You work for The Iconic Transportation Company who have invented a new method of transport – the hoverbike!
It is your job to let people know about the new invention and increase sales of hoverbikes. Your task is to create a persuasive advertisement and persuade people to buy one. Be as
creative as possible.
Remember to exaggerate!
Remember to ask the reader a question!
Remember to include a snappy slogan!
Remember to repeat good points!
Remember to tell the reader the benefits!
Remember to use powerful adjectives!
The Hoverbike Task 2: Math Knowledge
Use information from the video to answer the following math questions. Be sure to listen carefully, so it will not “FLY” over your head.
How much does a hoverbike weigh? How many people can ride at one time?
How high can the Aero-X model fly above ground? How long can it hover in the air? How fast can it fly?
Name three hoverbike model mentioned in the video and then tell how much each of the model’s cost.
In 2014, how much money was raised to produce the first hoverbike? What was the name of the that bike?
The Hoverbike Task 3
Bob has had his brand new hoverbike for a week now and he’s not happy. It is not what he expected from the advertisement he read. He’s followed the instruction leaflet carefully and it still doesn’t work properly.
Your task is to write a letter to The Iconic Transportation Company to complain about their hoverbike.
The Hoverbike Task 4
Should hoverbikes be a form of public transport? Your task is to write a balanced argument about the general public using hoverbikes to get around town.
Remember to organize your writing into paragraphs.
Remember to include an introduction.
Remember to put against arguments in the 3rd paragraph.
Remember the title is a question!
Remember to put for arguments in the 2nd paragraph.
Remember to include a conclusion.
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