Lessons for Cartoons

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  • No Joke * My Voice Counts! - … Set: Put the Marmaduke cartoons on the overhead projector (See Attachment One: Marmaduke Cartoons). Cover the bottom cartoon so students just see the first. Allow students time to read the cartoon. Ask students … the Mike Thompson Editorial Cartoons on the overhead projector (see Attachment Two: Mike Thompson Editorial Cartoons). Display the first cartoon addressing driving safety …
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  • Changing Regional Patterns - … : Cartoon Series 3 The cartoon series Agriculture contains one cartoon that accurately illustrates the kind of change in agriculture and a second cartoon that illustrates how the change affected agriculture. The cartoon series Mining contains one cartoon that accurately illustrates the … in manufacturing and a second cartoon that illustrates how the change affected manufacturing. The cartoon series Fishing contains cartoon that accurately illustrates the …
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  • Funny or Not - Your Opinion - … a political cartoon and make an evalu ative judgment as to the meaning behind that cartoon. • • • • Lesson Outline Introduction Political cartoons Cartoons from the funny pages Paper and pencils Cartoons or activities from such … if a political cartoon was drawn about it. Students may wish to draw their own political cartoon or locate cartoons that express their …
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  • Creating Political Cartoons - … demonstrate an understanding of the techniques of political cartooning by creating their own cartoons. • Students will demonstrate an understanding of the issues … : • • • Groups must use the quote as the basis for their cartoons. Cartoons should include both an American and a Seminole opinion. If … /07 Creating Political Cartoons -The Seminole Wars 3 Analyzing Political Cartoons Name 1. What event or issue inspired this cartoon? How do you …
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  • Newspapers in Language - … examples of cartoons from newspapers for each student to study. Give examples of both editorial and comic cartoons. Have several cartoons cut up … of their cartoon. They decide which type of cartoon will best convey their idea. Each student begins creating an original cartoon to be … to put in their cartoon frames, instead of drawing. Resources BLM 8.1 Cartoon Peer Checklist BLM_8.1_CartoonPeerChcklst.cwk Cartoons from Local Newspaper …
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  • Iran's 2009 Voter Uprising - … Cartoons: o Discuss with students: What is a political cartoon? How does a political cartoon differ from a regular cartoon? o Project each political cartoon … ://database.civics.unc.edu/ 8 Group Members: ____ Political Cartoons Cartoon 1 Cartoon 2 NC Civic Education Consortium Visit our Database of K … cartoon? Describe any action that is happening in the cartoon. Cartoon 1 1. What is the political or social issue presented in the cartoon
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  • Iran's 2009 Voter Uprising - … Cartoons: o Discuss with students: What is a political cartoon? How does a political cartoon differ from a regular cartoon? o Project each political cartoon … ://database.civics.unc.edu/ 8 Group Members: ____ Political Cartoons Cartoon 1 Cartoon 2 NC Civic Education Consortium Visit our Database of K … cartoon? Describe any action that is happening in the cartoon. Cartoon 1 1. What is the political or social issue presented in the cartoon
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  • Political Cartoons Illustrating Progressivism and the Election of 1912 - … current political cartoon with students to introduce the ideas of symbolism, humor, exaggeration, and caricature in editorial cartoons. Download the Cartoon Analysis Worksheet for use by small groups of students. Begin by assigning the same cartoon, the Anti … cartoon analysis activities, challenge students to locate another Berryman cartoon by conducting an ARC digitized copy search. Direct them to use the Cartoon
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  • Sufferin' Stereotypes - … a storyboard for your own short cartoon, or create a "flip book" cartoon. Geography- Watch a cartoon created in another country. On a chart, compare and contrast it to an American cartoon. How do cartoons and … cartoons differ from children's cartoons? How are they similar? Encourage students to interpret and create their own editorial cartoons. Science- How are cartoons
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  • Printing Error? - … may wish to share these descriptions of the cartoons with your students: One cartoon shows the Prophet wearing a turban shaped like … print? Should European newspapers have reprinted the cartoons? Should U.S. newspapers have published the cartoons more widely? Is there a limit … ? Why? -What is the purpose of a political cartoon? -How do the cartoons compare/contrast with anti-Semitic caricatures published in newspapers …
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