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  • "Toon" in to Election 2008 by Classroom NOW for PBS - … . Complete a political cartoon analysis activity. Discuss various political cartoon captions and select an entry for an online political cartoon caption contest. Discuss … captions for each cartoon with the class. After hearing several captions for each cartoon, discuss the effectiveness of each cartoon in conveying its message as well as how the cartoon might influence voters …
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  • Satire in Fiction - … power plants and found nine cartoons (and one editorial) online." Pre-Assessment: Select a contemporary political cartoon from your local newspaper. Distribute … observations. Explain that much of the cartoon's impact comes from humor or exaggeration. The cartoon likely depicts a serious issue or … . Interdisciplinary Connections: History Make connections to historical satire and political cartoons. This might even lend itself to a multi-discipline lesson …
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  • Satire in Nonfiction - … , with examples of satire." Pre-Assessment: Select a contemporary political cartoon from your local newspaper. Distribute copies for students to review … observations. Explain that much of the cartoon's impact comes from humor or exaggeration. The cartoon likely depicts a serious issue or … learning styles (for example, visual learners would benefit from political cartoons.) For students who have a difficult time understanding the concept …
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  • Working Women of WWII - … -Day Museum Women in WWII Primary Sources: The Editorial Cartoon Editorial cartoons that appear in newspapers and magazines are meant as entertainment … whole. Study this 1943 cartoon from the Daily Hampshire Gazette and answer the questions below. This cartoon shows War Manpower Commissioner Paul … shared his opinion? Who? How does this cartoon make you feel? Why? Which cartoon do you like better and why? Women in …
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  • Life System Magazine - … Advice Columns and Editorial Cartoons Students are provided with appropriate examples of both advice columns and editorial cartoons to examine. Students realize … Whole Class Teaching / Learning Strategies Discussion Media Analysis Assessment Students' cartoons and advice columns are evaluated using the list of guidelines … . Provide students with several examples of advice columns and editorial cartoons from publications intended for a youth audience. The teacher must …
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  • Cartoon Scavenger Hunt - … Grades 3 through 5 / Lesson Plans Teacher's Main Page Cartoon Cartoon Scavenger Hunt Main Page Teacher Tour Lesson Objectives: Students will … select editorial cartoons: page 1 from the contents page. Proceed through cartoons pages. Ask what objects students see in the editorial cartoons. Certain objects are common to editorial cartooning -they are …
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  • Cartoon Scavenger Hunt - … 6 through 8 / Lesson Plans Teacher's Main Page Cartoon Main Cartoon Scavenger Hunt Page Teacher Tour Lesson Plans 1 Objectives: Students … draw an Updating editorial cartoon Discussion. Cartoons about the major news story of the day Editorial [give specific Cartoons: example] what kinds Contribute … page. Proceed through cartoons pages. Ask what objects students see in the editorial cartoons. Certain objects are common to editorial cartooning -they are …
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  • Them Damned Pictures - … the American Memory Collection to enhance students' understanding of political cartoons of the Revolutionary War Period and the historical events, individuals … the possible topics of the cartoons and pinpoint with the class the approximate time frame of the cartoons refer to the Timeline … the purpose and meaning of their cartoon and a word map of the "images" in their cartoon Using both the timeline and … to the editor of the newspaper where the cartoon appeared, responding to the cartoon in the language of the time. Extensions Students …
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  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Election: Editorial Cartoons - … Create an editorial cartoon "museum" in your classroom; let students explore the many meanings of those cartoons and create cartoons of their own. Objectives Students explore a variety of editorial cartoons. They discuss and share the meanings of those cartoons and create an editorial cartoon on an issue of …
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  • Adventures in Time and Place Grade 5, Chapter 20: Bring a Cartoon to Life - … : The Great Depression Web Link Description The FDR Cartoon Archive contains dozens of political cartoons about Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Presidency. The … a political cartoon about FDR to interpret political cartoons about Franklin Delano Roosevelt Before Online Activity Show students a current political cartoon and … the New Deal. Make sure students find all three cartoons. Discuss the cartoons; then have student groups complete their project sheets. Student …
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