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Instructor: Clio Stearns

Clio has taught education courses at the college level and has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction.

Marketing is an important skill for students to learn, regardless of what field of study or work they are hoping to pursue. This lesson will give you some fun and engaging activities to help you teach your students about marketing.

Why Marketing Games?

Regardless of what your students intend to study or do in the future, it can be useful for them to learn about marketing. In this case, we can think of marketing as a way of selling a product or service or promoting an idea or set of ideas. These skills can be handy in many different walks of life. At the same time, it can be dull to simply lecture students about marketing. Especially since the content has such dynamic and interactive potential, games can be the most helpful way to really show students what marketing is all about. In this lesson, you will follow along with a fictional former student Rachel, whose marketing teachers used games to inspire her to pursue marketing as a career.

Marketing Games

Making Commercials

One of Rachel's favorite games when she was studying was making commercials. She and her fellow students would watch advertisements on television and Youtube, and then, they would choose a product (real or fictional) to advertise. They would work in groups to design, stage, and produce commercials trying to produce interest in their product. They would then vote as a class to determine which commercial was the most convincing. Rachel enjoyed this game the most when other classes were also involved. They sometimes staged their commercials like reality TV shows where the winner was applauded and given prizes. Commercials had to be persuasive, convincing viewers that they were making the right choice.

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