Lessons for Cartoons

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  • To War or Not to War! - … /worksheets/index.html on this page click on Cartoon * Materials: * Copy of the two cartoons to be compared for each student * http … their note card a statement describing the cartoons agenda Students will individually complete their cartoon analysis worksheet * Questions for review: At this … /pm/1942/20202cs.jpg Additional cartoons may be found at * http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dspolitic/ Cartoon Analysis Worksheet * http://www.archives …
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  • NLB eMuseum: Lesson Plan: Negro Leagues Baseball Vocabulary - … . Students will understand the elements of and create a political cartoon reflecting societal attitudes toward African Americans. Materials/Primary Resources: Access … political cartoon is, the basic elements, and show examples. See the websites: Political cartoon definition http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Editorial-cartoon Political cartoon … of and the different elements of each cartoon. Step 3: Students begin creating their political cartoons. Day 3: Conclusion: Review societal attitudes …
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  • The Declaration Of Conscience In Cartoons - … to Cheer About" cartoon * Doc 11.2B: "A Noticeable Distaste for Wisconsin Cheese" cartoon * Doc 11.2C: "Declaration of Conscience" cartoon Timing: One … questions as a guide as you examine each cartoon: * What message does the cartoon send? * What do you think the cartoonist's … clear opinion about the "Declaration." Display student cartoons in the classroom. Evaluation: Grade student cartoons based on effectiveness, presentation, and accuracy. Follow …
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  • The People, They Are a Changin' - … , students may clip photographs or other images to create their cartoons. When cartoons are completed, students should share their work with a … understands who is represented in the cartoon and what each item in the cartoon symbolizes. Hang completed cartoons around the room and have students view each other's work. In the future, political cartoons may …
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  • Developing Questioning Skills by Investigating Political Cartoons - … balcony to the White House. Cartoons: 1. Cartoon 1 2. Cartoon 2 3. Cartoon 3 4. Cartoon 4 Students categorize the cartoons' information by listing two sets of information: o What the cartoon tells o What the cartoon
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  • The People, They Are a-Changin' - … , students may clip photographs or other images to create their cartoons. When cartoons are completed, students should share their work with a … understands who is represented in the cartoon and what each item in the cartoon symbolizes. Hang completed cartoons around the room and have students view each other's work. In the future, political cartoons may …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • There's Something Funny About These Candidates - … /od/historicalcartoons/Historical_Political_Cartoons.htm) - collections of various types of historical cartoons, including Pulitzer winners; five decades of The Washington Post's … Lincoln cartoons; and World War II and Cold War cartoons by Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss) -HarpWeek (http://www.harpweek.com/) - cartoons from Harper … Heard This One ... Evaluating Responses to Cartoons Lesson Plan: It's a Draw! Using Editorial Cartoons to Explore History Student Crossword Puzzle …
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  • Fishing for Red Herrings - … -Joe the Plumber (top cartoon on the page) -What Bothers You More Recommended resources for finding alternative cartoons include About.com's … about each of the editorial cartoons. Ask them to consider the following questions as they interpret each cartoon: What are the cartoonist … taken notes on the cartoons, draw on the board a three-column chart with the following headings: "Cartoon Topic", "Issue" and "Why …
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  • Comic Makeovers: Examining Race, Class, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Media - … impact of stereotypes in television and print media, in particular cartoons and comic strips. develop the insights necessary to evaluate critically … and text elements (in particular cartoons and comics). back to top Session One Share the Cartoons Still Stereotype Gender Roles Press Release … let students select the cartoons themselves than to assign cartoons. However, you should probably remind students to choose a cartoon that is acceptable …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Comics and Cartoons of a Civil Society (10th Grade) - … /unkindness, peace/violence and tolerance/intolerance in comics and cartoons. create cartoons to illustrate an aspect of a civil society. write a … the symbolism in the cartoon he/she creates. Materials: Daily newspapers - comics and cartoons or Internet cites for cartoons (See Bibliographical References) Scissors … New York Times - cartoons http://www.nytimes.com/pages/cartoons PBS, News Hour - lesson plan on using political cartoons in the classroom http …
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