Lessons for Cartoons

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  • Where's My Funny Paper? - … Accommodations Highlight key words in the cartoons. • Real-Life Connection • Have a peer tutor read the cartoons to the student. Provide students … you ever ready the cartoon page of the local newspaper? Do you read the cartoons on Sunday? Say: Cartoons are great fun to … paper, this will give you a greater variety of cartoons. However, the weekday cartoons will work as well. (Please note: Each team … of cartoons). Say: Your job is to find the main idea for each cartoon. You may write the main idea beside the cartoon
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  • Twain's Tools: Satire - … .3 MATERIALS “Only a Nigger” – Reading Political Cartoon – Student Page (1 per group) Political Cartoon Content Analysis sheet – Student Page (2 per … . 4. Political Cartoon Analysis – Tell the students to choose Group Roles (see below). Distribute Political Cartoon and the Political Cartoon Content Analysis Sheet … to complete the Political Cartoon Content Analysis Sheet for the political cartoon. They should discuss the content of the cartoon, what they think …
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  • American Revolution: Events Leading to War - … Spirit, handout and answer key attached Revolutionary War Political Cartoon examples, attached Revolutionary Cartoons Assignment, attached NC Civic Education Consortium Visit our … between a regular cartoon and a political cartoon so that they do not create simple drawings; rather they create cartoons representing opinion, irony … , overall attractiveness, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Name: ____ Revolutionary Cartoons Assignment Due date: ____ Assignment: Create a political cartoon focused on an event, tax, act …
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  • Washington's Closed: 2013 Government Shutdown - … cartoons, review the Analyzing Political Cartoons Questions as a class. List the objects, people, and symbols you see in the cartoon. Identify the cartoon … in this cartoon? What message is the artist conveying? Who would agree/disagree with the cartoon s message? Why? What cartoon did you … / 25 Analyzing Political Cartoons 1. List the objects, people, and symbols you see in the cartoon. 2. Identify the cartoon caption. 3. Record …
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  • Hello Kitty is a Girl, Not a Cat - … 's most widely-____ characters a. recognised cartoon b. recognises cartoon c. recognise cartoon d. recognising cartoon 2) The bombshell came to light following … Kitty? d) Is there anything wrong about cartoon characters? e) Who is your favourite cartoon character? f) Why do you think Hello … Kitty? c) Why do adults like cartoon characters? d) Do you buy anything adorned with cartoon characters? e) What do you think …
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  • American Beginnings - … about the past. Analyze political cartoons from the Revolutionary period. Write a paragraph summarizing what each cartoon means. Materials American Beginnings program … why not? What clues in each cartoon help viewers understand its meaning? Did you find some cartoons more effective than others? Why … cartoons mean? Is there consensus among students? Conclude by discussing the ability of political cartoons to communicate ideas. Do students think these cartoons
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  • JEANNEMcDonald (Word5) - … , show a four minute video-cartoon clip, such as Tom and Jerry . After showing the cartoon pose the following questions to the … they will make their own cartoon, for the next question. How could you make your own cartoon that shows change and motion … cartoons illustrations with partners as well as the step-by-step progression (movement) of the cartoon. MATERIALS/PREPARATION: Video clip of a cartoon
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  • ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: Cartoon and political poster analysis - … Web Resources Cartoon and political poster analysis ESD 112 > History > Lesson Plans > Cartoon and politica... « Return to Lesson Plans Title: Cartoon and political … a modern political cartoon. This cartoon has nothing to do with the content but it relates to the students. (Cartoon is a picture … .archives.gov/digital_classroom/lessons/analysis_work sheets/cartoon.html (15 min) 3. Using one of the cartoons in the students? packet as a …
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  • Teacher's Guide for Good Brother, Bad Brother - Lesson Four: Bad Brother published by Houghton Mifflin Company - … format: "Satan Tempting Booth to the Murder of the President" cartoon Cartoon Analysis Worksheet Reader's Guide for Good Brother, Bad Brother … of Congress) Cartoon Analysis Worksheet Visuals Words (not all cartoons include words) 1. List the objects or 1. Identify the cartoon caption and … in the cartoon. A. Describe the action taking place in the cartoon. B. Explain how the words in the cartoon clarify the symbols …
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  • Editorial Cartoons - … the topic of the cartoon. Discuss the caption beneath the cartoon. Ask the students, "When is an editorial cartoon a good method for … a bulletin board to display students' cartoons. Technology Connection: Have students scan their editorial cartoons and post them on the school's … an Editorial Cartoon" on page 88 to evaluate the students' editorial cartoons. Resources Creating a Cartoon activity sheet Rubric for an Editorial Cartoon pencils …
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