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How to Analyze a Political Cartoon
How to Analyze a Political Cartoon - presentation

tawny-fly

Point of View (POV) & . SOAPSTone. Mrs. McRae & Ms. Herbert. Humanities, Fall 2012. AP CA11. Quickwrite. Please write until the teachers ask you to stop about the cartoon you are handed. Try to analyze it as best you can. .

Philippine Political Cartoon
Philippine Political Cartoon - presentation

stefany-ba

By: Gautami Mundada and Andrew Halkyard. Explanation. Flag Pole. - What America promises to the Filipinos if they were to follow them. (Peace, Lands for the People, Public Improvements, Education, Prosperity).

A dressed up Cartoon Network mascot (“Cartoon”) is having a
A dressed up Cartoon Network mascot (“Cartoon”) is - pdf

min-jolico

“We Need To Talk”Cartoon Network + LEGO tell all.

Political Cartoon Analysis
Political Cartoon Analysis - presentation

sherrill-n

Intro to Close Read 11.4 - Political Cartoons. Based on materials adapted from . LOC’s “It’s no laughing matter…”. | Adapted by NVPS US History Pilot. What is a political cartoon? . Is this a political cartoon? .

Analyzing a Political Cartoon
Analyzing a Political Cartoon - presentation

faustina-d

How to Analyze Political Cartoons. In almost every newspaper around the world, a political cartoon is published that highlights a particular viewpoint or idea through the use of illustration. Often, the image is exaggerated and intended to be humorous as well as informative. They can also be satirical or even serious in tone, depending on the audience, the artist, and the idea illustrated. Use these steps to analyze a political cartoon so you can accurately find what the artist is trying to convey..

APUSH Review: Breaking Down A Political Cartoon About Ratifying The Constitution
APUSH Review: Breaking Down A Political Cartoon About Ratify - presentation

danika-pri

Everything You Need To Know To Succeed In APUSH. 1788. Document Analysis Questions. What is the meaning of the cartoon?. The Constitution requires the support of ALL states. Who would support this cartoon?.

How To Analyze a Political Cartoon
How To Analyze a Political Cartoon - presentation

ellena-man

Step 1: Identify images. Identify images and what they could represent. . Be sure to look for the major images or groups of images.. Step 2: Read. Read any text on the political cartoon.. Step 3: Identify actions.

Political Cartoons What is a political cartoon?
Political Cartoons What is a political cartoon? - presentation

marina-yar

What is the main purpose of a political cartoon?. What does it mean to write in a persuasive way?. Review Cartoon Analysis sheet . Techniques in creating a political cartoon.. Symbolism. Cartoonists use simple objects, or .

Republican Era Scandals 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon?
Republican Era Scandals 1. What interesting details do you s - presentation

aaron

2. What is happening to the congressional building and the Washington Monument?. 3. What event might this cartoon depict?. 4. What might go in the missing portion of the cartoon?. Analyzing Political Cartoon.

Cartoon Networks Editorial  Production Facility in Burbank California DKRHRXWLQJZLWFKHUVKHDUWRRQHWZRUNDLPHDUQHU company
Cartoon Networks Editorial Production Facility in Burbank C - pdf

mitsue-sta

The Cartoon Network a Time Warner company recently selected Edit Point Inc one of Sierra Video Systems top integrators to design and integrate part of their new Burbank editorial and production facility Cartoon Network was looking for a state of the

POLITICAL CARTOON  ASSIGNMENT
POLITICAL CARTOON ASSIGNMENT - presentation

debby-jeon

(AMERICAN IMPERIALISM). Political Cartoon Assignment. American Imperialism. With your partner, examine the political cartoons on the following slides. Discuss the . symbolism. in the cartoon, and answer the questions that accompany the image on a separate sheet of paper. Your .

Study Source A. What is the message of the cartoon? (7 mark
Study Source A. What is the message of the cartoon? (7 mark - presentation

calandra-b

Golden rule: Identify message, support it with detail from the source, explain it with your own knowledge.. Message. Source. Contextual knowledge. In the cartoons that follow think about how the cartoons are criticising the war.

What practices/ policies led to situations like the one conveyed in this cartoon?
What practices/ policies led to situations like the one conv - presentation

stefany-ba

How are bread-lines and runs on a bank the same? . January 1931, Chester . Garde. Bread line, or bank-run?. Caption Reads: . “I see by the papers that everything is all right.”. What is the problem highlighted in this cartoon?.

Cartoon Network October   SEPTEMBER   BY JULIE LIESSE In  the management team at yearold Cartoon Network cooked up an April Fools Day stunt
Cartoon Network October SEPTEMBER BY JULIE LIESSE In th - pdf

yoshiko-ma

The idea was to pick the most annoying cartoon they could 64257nd and run it over and over againfor 12 hours They chose a 50yearold Tex Avery cartoon featuring a character called Screwy Squirrel The cartoon went on the air at 6 am and at seven minut

Using evidence This is a famous cartoon by David Low, published in 1940.
Using evidence This is a famous cartoon by David Low, publis - presentation

debby-jeon

Can you analyse and evaluate it?. Content/inference/message. Context/ historical knowledge. Is it useful?. Is it reliable?. Cross-reference?. Cross-referencing. . This cartoon appeared in Punch magazine in response to Low’s cartoon. How does it help you evaluate it?.

Study Source A. What is the message of the cartoon? (7 mark
Study Source A. What is the message of the cartoon? (7 mark - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Golden rule: Identify message, support it with detail from the source, explain it with your own knowledge.. Message. Source. Contextual knowledge. What is the message of the cartoon? ( 7 marks ). Message: .

Reconsidering the Decline of the Editorial Cartoon riginating in the late nineteenth century the editorial cartoon began as a mutually beneficial partnership between cartoonists and publishers
Reconsidering the Decline of the Editorial Cartoon riginatin - pdf

tatyana-ad

Publishers hoped to capitalize on the cartoons popularity to increase revenue while cartoonists received job security and ac cess to broad audiences Recently the future of the editorial cartoon in the United States has been a topic of much debate Mo

Political Cartoons
Political Cartoons - presentation

mitsue-sta

A short history…. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bRt4uZkcnQ. Symbolism. Cartoonists use simple objects, or . symbols. , to stand for larger concepts or ideas.. http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/activities/political-cartoon/cag.html.

Political Cartoon Project
Political Cartoon Project - presentation

sherrill-n

A) Treaty of Portsmouth. B) Open Door Policy. Kara Marinelli, Jared . Badalamenti. , Matthew . Clementoni. Treaty of Portsmouth. Part A: Explanation and Symbolism. The man representing . Russia. : .

What are they and how are they used in society today?
What are they and how are they used in society today? - presentation

tawny-fly

Lisa Flicker. World History/7. th. Grade Social Studies. Holcomb Bridge Middle School. Political Cartoons. Lesson . and Activities. What are political cartoons?. Political cartoons generally are thought-provoking and strive to educate the viewer about a current issue. They have .

INTRODUCTION TO
INTRODUCTION TO - presentation

min-jolico

POLITICAL . CARTOONS. Why Study Political Cartoons?. Political Cartoons show up in Newspapers, Magazines, Social Studies . Content, Standardized Tests . and Exams!!. They capture an expression of opinion .

Miss Springborn Team 6 Reviewing the Documents in Unit 3 packet
Miss Springborn Team 6 Reviewing the Documents in Unit 3 pac - presentation

debby-jeon

Document #2- Jacob Riis. Why is it so dark in the tenement? . Few windows. Where do the people get their water? . Fire. . hydrants, hallway sinks. Why does Riis show a difference between the poor people in the tenements and paupers? .

Island Nations
Island Nations - presentation

pamella-mo

By: Mike, Max, and Ryan. Hawaii. Uncle Sam, “You Fellows will please stand back while I try these oyster sandwiches myself.”. The Saint Paul . Globe. , June 17, 1897. Hawaii. In this image Uncle Sam is shown with a giant fork in Hawaii holding off Japan and other countries, as he says he will have it all to himself. This symbolizes the U.S. being hypocritical going after countries and telling other countries they can’t..

Suffrage Week of 11/12-11/16
Suffrage Week of 11/12-11/16 - presentation

min-jolico

I CAN…. CC.8.R.I.9: Analyze a case in which two or more texts provide conflicting information on the same topic and identify where the texts disagree on matters of fact or interpretation.. • I can identify difference .

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