Here's an activity based on this ad for a Samsung camera. I have used it a few times in class, and it works quite well.
1. Divide the class into pairs.
2. Tell them that Student A has to cover their eyes while Student B watches the first part of the ad (up to the "Sometime Later" caption).
3. Student B will have to describe what they see in as much detail as possible to their partner.
4. After they've done that, get them to swap roles and show the rest of the ad. Student A now has to describe what happens to Student B.
5. Afterwards, go through the ad with the whole class and get them to describe what they see, introducing vocabulary and expressions where necessary.
6. Ask students what they think of the ad. Is it effective? What techniques are used? What do they like or not like about it?
The student watching the ad gives a running commentary in real time rather than waiting until the end.
Students come up with their own ad ideas for different products, e.g., perfume, flowers, chocolates, etc., and act them out or film them.
We see a girl walking alone in a park beside the sea (or perhaps a lake). She's wearing a red polka dot scarf and glasses. She has red hair and is quite plain. She sees a man proposing to his girlfriend who is sitting on a park bench. The man is kneeling and giving her a ring (engagement ring). The red-headed girl seems quite wistful or lonely. She passes other couples sitting together on park benches and stops for a moment to stare out at the sea. She then passes another couple who are sharing a piece of chewing gum (?), and another couple who are walking hand-in-hand. The girl from the couple gives the lonely girl a pitying look. She probably feels sorry for her. The red-headed girls then takes her camera out of her handbag and starts to take photos of herself (= selfies). She also takes one using the camera's automatic timer.
The action now moves to a suburban bungalow. One of the couples we saw earlier is sitting on the sofa. The boy is reading a book and the girl, who is wearing an orange dress, is looking at her laptop. Suddenly, she sees something on the computer which prompts her to slap her boyfriend across the fact. The same thing happens with another couple, and then another girl kicks her boyfriend in the balls (or 'where it hurts', if you prefer a euphemism) from behind (ouch!) We then see the boy on the sofa again. He looks at the laptop and sees a picture of himself kissing the lonely girl (it's not quite sure how his girlfriend came to have this photo on her computer). He seems puzzled (WTF!) We then see the lonely girl putting out photo frames with pictures she has taken in her own home. In all of them, she has taken the place of the real girlfriend (creepy or what!). We then see some information about the camera. It's a Samsung 2View with a screen at the front as well as the back so you can see exactly what's in the frame when you take a selfie (very useful!) We then see Jemma's facebook page (Jemma must be the lonely red-head) which has a photo of her being kissed by orange-dress girl's boyfriend. Another ad for the camera, "Perfectly framed pictures" (note the play on words), and then we see orange-dress girl's boyfriend making up with her by giving her a camera as a present (no doubt a Samsung 2View!). The final captions are "The Perfect Gift" and "Twice The Fun Of Any Camera" (another pun).
Of course, you could use this activity at any time but it's quite appropriate for Valentine's Day since it generates a lot of language about relationships. You could also look at other vocabulary for talking about the stages of a relationship: ask someone out, go on a date, go out with, go steady, get engaged, get married, break up, make up, split up, separate, get divorced, etc., etc.
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