About This Activity Political Cartoons: Pictures with a Point A political cartoon is a cartoon that makes a point about a political issue or event.
Take a look at the many ideas on this site created by art teacher Tricia Fuglestad.
Lesson topics include ideas Feel free to copy and paste this URL into an email or place it on your web page or blog so others can read this TeachersFirst review: Each lesson consists of a link to the blog post describing the lesson, many of these also include a video overview of the activity.
Some links in the lessons go to a paid site to purchase lesson materials such as PowerPoints.
The free lesson ideas and suggestions on this site are sufficient for creating and teaching these ideas without having to buy anything additional. Use ideas from here in your classroom makerspace. Download the browser extension, Surfmark, reviewed hereto add notes and questions as you prepare to teach lessons from this blog.
Surfmark offers the ability to collaborate and share with others through the addition of written and audio notes to any web page.
Use lesson activities found on this site as a replacement for traditional research projects, book reports, or written reports. Have students use a blogging tool like Edublog, reviewed here to share images and videos of their work from start to finish and to reflect upon learning. Have older students extend learning through the use of Symbaloo Learning Paths, reviewed here.
Ask them to research and find additional information on the topic of your lesson and create a learning path for other students to complete.Newton N. Minow. Television and the Public Interest. delivered 9 May , National Association of Broadcasters, Washington, DC.
One thought on “ Anti-Suffragette Postcards Posters & Cartoons ” Kenneth Florey November 11, at pm. I am delighted to see still another site that recognizes the importance of imagery in suffrage era postcards and posters.
The procession began late, but all went well for the first few blocks .Soon, however, the crowds, mostly men in town for the following day's inauguration of Woodrow Wilson, surged into the street making it almost impossible for the marchers to pass .Occasionally only a single file could move forward.
Hartmut Hopp was a doctor in the notorious ‘Colonia Dignidad’ sect that abused members and was used as a place to torture and ‘disappear’ regime critics during the Pinochet dictatorship.
Before TV shows like Colbert Report and the Daily Show, political cartoons were known for playing the role of satirists and providing biting . Jewish Political Studies Review (Spring ) The Deep Roots of Anti-Semitism in European Society* 1 Manfred Gerstenfeld The resurgence of European anti-Semitism after the Holocaust suggests that it has deep roots in society.