Lessons for Cartoons

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  • Cartoons - … have a brief class discussion of cartoons that students really enjoyed. 10. Collect cartoons, Cartoon Analysis Procedures, and Cartoon Analysis Maps from students. Materials … of a cartoon, Attachment A, Cartoon Analysis Procedures, and Attachment B, Cartoon Analysis Map. Cartoon, science resources, Attachment A, Cartoon Analysis Procedures, Attachment B, Cartoon Analysis … cartoons throughout the year; collecting cartoon calendars; and utilizing books of cartoon collections or cartoon sections from newspapers. There are also electronic sites where cartoons
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  • Political Art - The Seminole Wars Grades 5-8 - … –”Analyzing Political Cartoons” • Overhead transparencies of political cartoons related to a current events issue • Overhead projector / overhead markers • Handout – “Analyzing Political Cartoons” • Handout – “History Center Viewing Guide – Seminole Indian Wars” • Lesson Plan – “Drawing a Political Cartoon” • Rubric – Political Cartoons • Handout – “Seminole …
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  • Tunisia and the Arab Spring - … Through Political Cartoons As a group, evaluate the political cartoons provided to you by discussing the four questions below for each cartoon. 1 … Arab Spring? 4. What title would you give to this cartoon? Cartoon #2 1. What message is the cartoonist trying to convey … Arab Spring? 4. What title would you give to this cartoon? Cartoon #3 1. What message is the cartoonist trying to convey … Arab Spring? 4. What title would you give to this cartoon? Cartoon #4 1. What message is the cartoonist trying to convey …
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  • Why a Second World War? The Failure of Peace - … political cartoon. Prop master The prop master creates any props that are used in the living cartoon. For example, if your cartoon includes … to complete while viewing the living political cartoons. Before students present their drawn cartoons and living cartoons, review expected behavior while viewing the … topic? Can we recreate our drawn cartoon as a living political cartoon? After deciding on your cartoon, the group should begin working on …
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  • Why a Second World War? The Failure of Peace - … political cartoon. Prop master The prop master creates any props that are used in the living cartoon. For example, if your cartoon includes … to complete while viewing the living political cartoons. Before students present their drawn cartoons and living cartoons, review expected behavior while viewing the … topic? Can we recreate our drawn cartoon as a living political cartoon? After deciding on your cartoon, the group should begin working on …
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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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  • 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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  • McCarthyism - … your textbook. Introduce a political cartoon & the Cartoon Analysis guide. Introduce political cartoons and their purpose Political cartoons are intended to make a certain … . Completed Cartoon Analysis Guides for these two cartoons are attached. Summaries of all cartoons are provided on the website. Student analysis of political cartoons … the Cartoon Analysis Guide. Attachment(s) (html documents) Cartoon Analysis Worksheet Cartoon Analysis Worksheet for "It's OK * We're hunting communists" Cartoon Analysis …
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  • A Picture Speaks A Thousand Words - … time this cartoon was published? Who do you think was most affected by this cartoon? Why? Do you find this cartoon offensive? Do … on their cartoons. 4. WRAP-UP/HOMEWORK: Students should complete their cartoons. They then choose an existing publication to send their cartoon to, along with a pitch letter explaining why their cartoon should …
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  • It's a Draw - … ) -posters of contemporary political cartoons, computer projection of contemporary political cartoons, or overhead transparency of contemporary political cartoons, as described below in the … their cartoons with the class and discuss their reactions. As each cartoon is being discussed, display a larger version of the cartoon on … drew in their cartoons. They should include with their letter a copy of their political cartoon. These letters and cartoons will later be …
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