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Watch the TV ad below:


See project details here, Midterm_Project

Comments (22)

Aiden Yeh said

at 10:42 am on Apr 21, 2009

Please leave a few words when you visit this page. Thanks!

Aiden Yeh said

at 11:31 am on Apr 21, 2009

(Sent via Webheads list)

Hi Aden,

Impressive production! Despite my having access to other wikis I cannot leave comments here. I sent you a request to access to it, but guess that might also be possible to send you our comments here.

My deep congratulations to this collaborative work. Very very well thought.

Prof.Alicia Barbitta

barbitta@... said

at 11:46 am on Apr 21, 2009

Thanks Aiden for granting me access. I do praise your job behind this result! alicia (Uruguay)

Aiden Yeh said

at 12:00 pm on Apr 21, 2009

Here's another one from Prof, Dafne Gonzales (Venezuela, now in Spain)

WoW! This is totally awesome! If you guys have been able to prepare a campaign to sell trips to the Moon soo convincingly, you can sell anything on Earth :-) Congrats!!!
Dafne in Caracas, Venezuela :-)

Congrats to you, too Aiden :-)


Aiden Yeh said

at 12:02 pm on Apr 21, 2009

And another one from Vance Stevens, Abu Dhabi

That's quite a project, very detailed and organized!

Aiden Yeh said

at 10:38 pm on Apr 21, 2009

Here's a message from Mary DiMonaco (via Webheads list)

I agree with Alicia. Your students have done a fantastic job! I don't know much about advertising, but I've had a look at the details of the project and they seem to have covered all the aspects of the task. A very professional production. Congratulations!


Aiden Yeh said

at 10:41 pm on Apr 21, 2009

From Sasa Sirk, Slovenia via Webheads list

since I have no permission to add comments in the wiki, I'm posting mine below:

Dear students and Aiden,
I enjoyed your Trip to the moon presentation very much, thanks for sharing it. Who knows, perhaps it will really be possible to make a trip like that for us some day. I'm sure the first thing I'd do up there is look at our lovely Earth and think of all the nice people all over it.
Warm regards from Slovenia, Saša

Aiden Yeh said

at 10:52 pm on Apr 21, 2009

From John Hibbs via Webheads list

At 7:05 AM -0700 4/21/09, Vance Stevens wrote:
>That's quite a project, very detailed and organized! http://ad97. pbwiki.com/

Mostly to Aden: Gosh! I think you have it wrong. What you should
teach is how to construct a Wiki that is as rich and robust as what
you have at http://ad97. pbwiki.com/

For example, the powerpoint presentation for the segment Advertising
Plan is, all by itself, pretty mind blowing:

<http://www.slideboo m.com/presentati ons/56816/ Advertising- Plan>

ESLers -- How many YEARS would it take to have the skills to put YOUR
class(es) in this format?

Congratulations Aden.


Aiden Yeh said

at 10:58 am on Apr 22, 2009

From Seth Dickens (in Italy), via Webheads list

Hi there Aiden,

I too had a little problem logging in. If you could give your students the
following message:

Wow, this is such an amazingly well thought out and well presented product!
My students would be so proud of having come up with a presentation as good
as this! If you ever decide to go into sales, make sure you tell your boses
how good your English is, you'll knock them flat! Well done!



p.s. Can poor teachers have a discount on the trip? Billions I may not have,
but I could cook a few nice meals!

Aiden Yeh said

at 11:11 am on Apr 22, 2009

From Jane Petring (Canada)

Message from japetring@--- on ad97:

As soon as you can convince my employer to increase my salary so that I could be the 64th billionaire in Canada, I'll reserve my ticket! Well done!

Jane in Canada

Karenne Sylvester said

at 5:14 pm on Apr 22, 2009

Aiden & Aiden's students - all of you

You did a fantastic job, this is such an impressive piece of work. The layout, the design, the information, statistics - the whole thing from top to bottom: A double plus.

I also recommend you sending it to Richard Branson, his blog: http://entrepreneur.virgin.com/
his Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Richard-Branson/31325960871?sid=0d3329512ecee8b2e08e419673704d74&ref=search

Many good wishes!

Karenne in Germany

Tomas Juricek said

at 7:32 pm on Apr 22, 2009

WOW, so many people checked our poor presentation? I'm a little humbled now, we could do a lot better job... Anyway, thank you! Maybe we go to the moon after all :)

Vida said

at 9:43 pm on Apr 22, 2009

An amazing ad adn excellent slides! I've sent the link to my colleague who will show this page to her Marketing Communications students.

Vida in Slovenia,
English teacher

Michael Coghlan said

at 11:51 pm on Apr 22, 2009

Congratulations Aiden and class! You have once again excelled in demonstrating how to use new technologies for teaching and learning. I'm afraid I don't fit the profile of the super rich so I won't be able to take you up on your offer of a trip to the moon! Hopefully some of you will get to to go as stewards/stewardesses :)

Tomas Juricek said

at 3:43 am on Apr 23, 2009

I was thinking about. Teacher maybe wont have money to join such expensive journey. But, the kids we raise, they will. If we raise them well, they'll take us with them! Heads up, good teacher is the future of mankind ;)

Teresa Almeida d'Eca said

at 10:05 pm on Apr 23, 2009

Hello, students and teacher!
Kudos to you all on a fantastic job! What an impressive and effective 30-second add! Count me in (if I win the lottery in the meantime)! ;-)
It's a pleasure to see such great work! Keep it up!
Teresa (in Portugal)

Dr. Hala said

at 10:21 pm on Apr 23, 2009

Hello Aiden and students,
Congratulations on a great work and excellent work!
Hala from hot Khartoum, Sudan

Nina Lyulkun said

at 10:34 pm on Apr 23, 2009

WOW! It's really an amazing advertizing! Thanks a lot, Aiden, for inviting and share this with us.
Really great job!
Nina from Ukraine

Robert Squires said

at 10:44 pm on Apr 23, 2009

I read your students comments on this feedback. What a motivator it is to know that the world might view your presentation. I thought it was well done, but you (the students) are the best judge of your effort and quality of work. Do you have time to make a version 2? We would love to see what you've really got to offer :-)

Carla Arena said

at 7:28 pm on Apr 24, 2009

Hey, guys. I´ve been sold! I can see that you really made an effort to make a service of quality with all its steps, study, and wonderful ad. I´d love to take a trip to the moon though I don´t know if I fit the profile of people you´re selling the product to.

Cheers from a Brazilian!

Aiden Yeh said

at 5:00 pm on Apr 25, 2009

From Berta, Caracas
Hi Aiden, I just went to your wiki and was ecstatic to watch both the formal presentation and the ad. I will definitely buy a ticket ... in my dreams, ha, ha ;-) The project is very detailed, creative and professionally presented. The arguments are well-thought and look very convincing. Congratulations to your students on an excellent project, and especially to you for giving them a chance to excel not just linguistically, but academically and professionally too.

Cariños, Berta in Caracas

kwonsoonwon said

at 9:43 pm on Apr 26, 2009

wow~~ so many people watched our presentation...really really thank you very much.. Maybe.. next time, we can meet in the moon~

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