Lessons for Cartoons

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  • Cartoon Commentary - … 2 * Cartoon Commentary Cartoons are often conceived as both humorous and deeply serious. Combining both fictional and non-fictional elements, cartoons have been … Sites * Current political cartoons and cartoonists from around the world * A brief history of political cartoons * History of political cartoons and bibliography * William … into a cartoon of their own creation? * Have students learned about the history of political cartoons? * Have students created their own cartoons addressing …
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  • Political Cartoons and Dr. Seuss - … political cartoons concerning a current event. Lesson objectives: Students will: Analyze a recent political cartoon Read and discuss an article about political cartooning … Discuss their observations of Dr. Seuss's political cartoons Create their own political cartoons about a current event Materials Needed: Computers with … paragraphs comparing and contrasting the cartoon they've selected with one of the Dr. Seuss political cartoons they've examined in this …
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  • Political Cartoons Illustrating Progressivism and the Election of 1912 by Teaching With Documents - … 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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  • Unstated Main Idea - … political cartoon is? (Show an example on the overhead projector). Discuss the appearance of the cartoon and the placement of the cartoon in the newspaper. Discuss current events that may have lead to the cartoon being … is of the cartoon. Use the details to help you figure this out. Discuss the political cartoon. Place another cartoon on the overhead …
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  • Do You Agree? - … a political cartoon Evaluate how the media uses both positive and/or negative political cartoons Assess the influence a political cartoon can have … is necessary or important to him/her Recognize a political cartoon • • • • • • • • • Political cartoon Bill of Rights Amendment Bias Satire Caption Analyze Opinion … several political cartoons. Ask: Where do you usually find political cartoons? (The editorial page) Discuss the relationship between a political cartoon, satire, and …
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  • African Americans and the Vietnam War - … Book, attached Political Cartoons (7 attached), additional cartoons available at http://www.aavw.org/special_features/homepage_cartoons.html Analyzing Political Cartoons, questions attached MLK … .civics.unc.edu/ 12 Political Cartoons Additional cartoons available at http://www.aavw.org/special_features/homepage_cartoons.html Cartoon 1: Cartoon 2: "Of course I … the cartoon s message? Why? Analyzing Political Cartoons 1. List the objects, people, and symbols you see in the cartoon. 2. Identify the cartoon
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  • National Debate over Treaty Ratification - … same cartoon or different cartoons (Several examples with the website have been included in the attachments labeled Political Cartoons. You can select which cartoons would be appropriate for you class to examine.) Give each student a political cartoon and the Political Cartoon … Resources Overhead machine Transparencies of selected political cartoons Copies of selected political cartoons (see attachments) Political Cartoon Analysis Worksheet (NARA analysis worksheet) Access …
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  • All the News That's Fit to Draw: Political Cartooning and the Presidency - … and caricature in political cartoons, and compare and contrast cartoons from William Howard Taft's presidency with contemporary cartoons about the Bush presidency … inspired the cartoon? Are there any real people in the cartoon? Who is portrayed in the cartoon? Are there symbols in the cartoon? What … Cartoons of Thomas Nast http://www.boondocksnet.com/gallery/nast_intro.html Cartoons about William Howard Taft http://members.tripod.com/BevHistSoc/cartoons.htm …
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  • Tooning In to Morals - … ): "What were your favorite cartoons as a child? What are your favorite cartoons now? What made/makes these cartoons so enjoyable to you … of the cartoons mentioned. 2. Students next consider the list of cartoons the teacher has compiled on the board. Can a cartoon teach … , the political cartoon, Japanese anime, strip cartoons in newspapers, computer animation, etc.). Interdisciplinary Connections: Current Events- Create a political cartoon that in some …
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  • Istanbul (Not Constantinople!) - … from both sides to create short narratives and political cartoons; compile narratives and cartoons into a timeline display for the classroom. 4 … /), or The New York Times Online "Cartoons" page ( http://www.nytimes.com/pages/cartoons/). Examples of cartoons you may wish to use for … relationship between the countries depicted based on these cartoons? -What roles do political cartoons play in general? Do you think they are …
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