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Students create their own commercials.  Very funny and creative.

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Great idea sir!

It's really great to teach them to use www.prezi.com ( free for educators ) also to do their own sales pitches!  

Also websites like this one allow them to upload their own videos and pitch their "products and services" in a funny and memorable way.  Like home movies, these videos are priceless and can be shared with posterity in decades to come. 

Thanks for sharing, Gerard! I love this idea and have used this in middle school Spanish. Very fun to allow students to get creative and incorporate technology.

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