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June 23, 2016
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For this blog we are going to have you pick out your favorite PSA that you watched during this course.  Using a few complete sentences tell us which PSA was your favorite, which session it was in, and why it was your favorite.  

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5 Comments

On April 24, 2018 Emily Finkbeiner said...

My favorite PSA was the second one in session 26 about texting and driving. I think the fact they used animation immediately draws your attention more than other PSA's and makes it more interesting visually. It also tells a sadly realistic story about texting someone you know is driving.I think it gets it's point across very well.

On April 23, 2018 Benji Posner said...

My favorite PSA was in session 22. The PSA brings a message that how many kids can be killed from motorists and automobiles. Although this ad was extremely sad it really taught me a message not to be reckless while driving.

On April 17, 2018 Hanna Dahlk said...

My favorite PSA was actually from this session, 37. I think it really hit hard on how one text can end someones life. The couple should have talked face to face. This could have saved his life. It showed how someone you care about can end up dead because you sent a text, but made them want to reply.

On April 15, 2018 Bella Brabazon said...

My favorite PSA was from session 36: the one that followed many different people and vehicles around and showed them doing everyday activities and driving to everyday places. This was my favorite because it hit home that it doesn't just have to be a special out of the ordinary day for something bad to happen. Not paying attention for one second can screw everything up.

On April 07, 2018 Angelica Gonzalez said...

My favorite PSA was the one from session 36 where it followed several kinds of drivers on the road such a the Trucker, the Mom driving her kids around, the doctor on the motorcycle and the teen who was driving the scooter. My favorite part about it was that it followed each of their regular, everyday lives. It really showed you that it could happen to anyone, any day. Accidents can involve anyone, experienced or not, if you are not completely focused on your surroundings. It really drove that point across.




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