Lessons for Cartoons

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  • It's a Draw! - … "editorial cartoon"; identify the role of editorial cartoons in newspapers; assess how editorial cartoons reflect current events. 2. Analyze an editorial cartoon created over … these cartoons? How does each cartoon's message come across? How are these cartoons similar? How are they different? How does each cartoon relate … the cartoon was created? - About what does the cartoon editorialize? - What in the cartoon is a representation of a fact? - What in the cartoon
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  • 'Tom and Jerry' Cartoon Gets Racism Warning - … created in 1940 ____ a. by cartoon its b. by cartoonists c. by cartoons its d. by cartoon nits 7) ...the lives of … . Hanna and Barbera produced 114 Tom and Jerry cartoons from 1940 to 1957. The cartoons (9) ____ the best Animated Short Film … on the cartoons. ( ) rivals. Hanna and Barbera produced 114 Tom and Jerry cartoons from 1940 to 1957. The cartoons won ( ) popular cartoons in animation … your partner(s) in the next lesson. 3. CARTOONS: Make a poster about cartoons. Show your work to your classmates in the …
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  • Drawing on Terror - … how their pairs' editorial cartoons relate to this news coverage. 4. Develop editorial cartoon scrapbooks comprised of editorial cartoons that relay their feelings … : Over the next week, each student creates an editorial cartoon scrapbook containing cartoons that relay their feelings about different aspects of the … the latest editorial cartoons, visit The New York Times on the Web's Cartoon Section (http://www.nytimes.com/diversions/cartoons). Academic Content …
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  • Political Cartoons - … the cartoon? 2. Are there any real people in the cartoon? Who is portrayed in the cartoon? 3. Are there symbols in the cartoon … the cartoon? 6. Are there any real people in the cartoon? Who is portrayed in the cartoon? 7. Are there symbols in the cartoon … icons you believe are common in political cartoon? (7 minutes) Lecture about editorial cartoons. Editorial cartoons are primarily expressions of opinion. However, they …
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  • Analyzing Political Cartoons - … . Complete the Political Cartoon 1. Political Political Cartoons #1 different Content Analysis Sheet for your Cartoon and #2, message, target own cartoon. Analysis audience … :21:Analyzing Political Cartoons 1. Political Cartoon Analysis – Tell the students to choose Group Roles (see below). Distribute Political Cartoon #1 to each … do this. 2. Political Cartoon #2 – Now distribute Political Cartoon #2 to each student. (This is the cartoon that refers to the news …
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  • The Way Editorial Cartoons Work - … found in political cartoons Photocopy of each political cartoon for Jeff, my special needs student Photocopy 13 copies of homework cartoon Instructional Objectives … the cartoon? 2. Are there any real people in the cartoon? Who is portrayed in the cartoon? 3. Are there symbols in the cartoon … icons you believe are common in political cartoon? (7 minutes) * Lecture about editorial cartoons. Editorial cartoons are primarily expressions of opinion. However, they …
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  • Political Cartoons and Dr. Seuss - … students go to Political Cartoons of the Lilly Library: http://www.indiana.edu/ ~liblilly/cartoon/cartoons.html to find political cartoons from before the twentieth century. Ask them to choose two or three cartoons from this … Cartoons of the Lilly Library: http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/cartoon/ cartoons.html Analyze a Thomas Nast Cartoon: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/mse/sia/cartoon
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  • Reading Political Cartoons - … cartoons? How able are students to bring more balance to points of view expressed in political cartoons? Core Resources: PDF Cartoons Three political cartoons … Political Cartoon A history of political cartoons and description of the publications in which they first appeared Political Cartoons Collections of political cartoons grouped by artist or subject Terrorism Ann Telnaes's cartoons on terrorism. Ann Telnaes …
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  • Analyzing the Purpose and Meaning of Political Cartoons - … artistic techniques used in political cartoons Analyze political cartoons by using the artistic techniques and evidence from the cartoon to support their interpretations … the following questions: How are political cartoons different from other cartoons in the newspaper? How are these cartoons different from news articles? Based … the Editorial Cartoon Analysis sheet and a sampling of political cartoons. (For this activity, students can also use the political cartoons they brought …
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  • Analyzing the Stylistic Choices of Political Cartoonists - … copies of the cartoon. Alternatively, use the Analyzing a Political Cartoon: "Settin' on a Rail" to explore an historical political cartoon with the class. Ask students to respond to the cartoon, noting … students will be working with cartoons from printed newspapers If students will be working with cartoons from online cartoon archives Explain what newspapers …
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