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Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson. Study the following four political cartoons of Andrew Jackson. In your notebook 1. Identify any people or objects seen in the cartoon. 2. Identify the title of the cartoon as well as any words/dates listed. 3. Describe any actions taking place in the cartoon.

By omer
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The Spanish-American War

The Spanish-American War

The Spanish-American War. Causes of the Spanish American War. Answer the following questions using pages 552-554 in your American History textbook Why did some Americans support the Spanish when the Cubans rebelled?

By johana
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Populist and Progressive Era Political Cartoons

Populist and Progressive Era Political Cartoons

Populist and Progressive Era Political Cartoons. Interpreting the Images. Political cartoons are a way to express many opinions and emotions through images more than just the written word. Cartoonists often would seize on some ridiculous aspect of an argument or story to make their point.

By Patman
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WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :

WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :

WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :. USING POLITICAL CARTOONS. WHY USE POLITICAL CARTOONS?. Lead-in questions for groups: What is the purpose of the cartoon? How does it make you feel? What methods does the cartoon use to make you feel that way?

By stephan
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Interpreting Political Cartoons

Interpreting Political Cartoons

Interpreting Political Cartoons. Contents, Methods, and Purposes of Political Cartoons. Analyzing Political Cartoons. Five Elements of a Political Cartoon Symbols Exaggeration Irony Captioning/Labeling Analogy. Symbolism - Using an object to stand for an idea.

By tyrell
(415 views)

Japanese American Internment: Examining Racial Tensions

Japanese American Internment: Examining Racial Tensions

Japanese American Internment: Examining Racial Tensions. Examining Racial Tensions. Objective: To recognize and evaluate the context of racial tensions and prejudice before internment. What is Propaganda?. Propaganda:

By umika
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Using Civil War Political Cartoons in the Classroom

Using Civil War Political Cartoons in the Classroom

Using Civil War Political Cartoons in the Classroom. CIVIL WAR POLITICAL CARTOONS: EXAMINING THE CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR. CIVIL WAR POLITICAL CARTOONS: LINCOLN & EMANCIPATION. CIVIL WAR POLITICAL CARTOONS: LINCOLN’S GENERAL, ULYSSES S. GRANT.

By olesia
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The Elements of Satire

The Elements of Satire

The Elements of Satire. Satire should, like a polished razor keen, Wound with a touch that's scarcely felt or seen. -Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. What is satire?. Comes from the latin word satura , meaning “dish of mixed ingredients”.

By twyla
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What do Political Cartoons & Photos tell us about Depression Era Times & Problems?

What do Political Cartoons & Photos tell us about Depression Era Times & Problems?

What do Political Cartoons & Photos tell us about Depression Era Times & Problems?. Depression Era Politics. Depression Era Problems & Hardships. I want my money...NOW!. New Deal Solutions. Hey....Grow LESS! (AAA). Depression Era Arts & Entertainment.

By katoka
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Understanding a Political Cartoon – p. 294

Understanding a Political Cartoon – p. 294

Understanding a Political Cartoon – p. 294. What is a Political Cartoon?. A political cartoon expresses an opinion about politics or government. Political cartoons are most often found in newspapers and magazines. JOIN, or DIE by Benjamin Franklin. An American Political Cartoon.

By makya
(155 views)

Visual Arguments

Visual Arguments

Visual Arguments. Advertisements, Political Cartoons & Other Messages. Let’s remind our brain…. What is an argument? Write down two things you remember about argument. What is a visual argument?. Anything we can see that makes a claim about the way things are or ought to be

By darin
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Eastern European Political Crisis of the 1980s

Eastern European Political Crisis of the 1980s

Eastern European Political Crisis of the 1980s. Learning Symposium May 3, 2005 University at Albany. Eastern European Political Crisis. Meghan Curran – ISP 523L Beth Green – ISP 523L Corey Hart – ISP 361 Brian Rosenberg – ISP 361 Ryan Denison – ISP 361.

By ull
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The French Revolution Begins

The French Revolution Begins

The French Revolution Begins. Political Cartoon Analysis. Political Cartoons have a political or social message – an argument To determine the argument, examine: 1 . Text (caption, title, words in the cartoon ) 2 . Symbols (images that represent something )

By andres
(124 views)

PresentationExpress

PresentationExpress

PresentationExpress. PresentationExpress. The Triumph of Industry (1850-1900). The Triumph of Industry (1865—1914). Witness History: “The March of American Progress”. Technology and Industrial Growth . The Rise of Big Business . The Organized Labor Movement .

By tola
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Wednesday 10/1/14

Wednesday 10/1/14

Wednesday 10/1/14. What comes to mind when you hear the word IMPERIALISM? Write down the first things that come to mind!. Honors American History II Wednesday October 1 st 2014

By caprice
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How to Analyze Political Cartoons

How to Analyze Political Cartoons

How to Analyze Political Cartoons. AP U.S. History Mrs. Koontz. The beginning of political cartoons. The history of the political cartoon The history of American political cartoons American Political Prints (from Harper’s Weekly). What is a political cartoon? .

By Mercy
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Analyzing Attitudes on Immigration Through Political Cartoons

Analyzing Attitudes on Immigration Through Political Cartoons

Analyzing Attitudes on Immigration Through Political Cartoons. History Alive Activity 1.3 Angela Brown. What to do:. You will analyze a series of Political Cartoons to learn about the various attitudes Americans held toward immigrants around the turn of the century. Use Student Handout 1.3a

By duman
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6 th 6 Weeks U.S. History 8 th Grade

6 th 6 Weeks U.S. History 8 th Grade

6 th 6 Weeks U.S. History 8 th Grade. Core Content Coaching Unit 1: Civil War Unit 2: Reconstruction Unit 3: Culminating Project. Planning needs…. School Calendar/Yearly Itinerary (YI) Curriculum Road Map (CRM) TEKS/ELPS/CCRS Texts: Creating America, History Alive!

By amorina
(207 views)

Immigration Restriction

Immigration Restriction

Immigration Restriction . How and why did attitudes toward immigration and immigrants change in America?. Nativism defined …. Policy of favoring the interests of native-born people over the interests of immigrants. Assimilation defined.

By feo
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Thomas Nast’s Crusade

Thomas Nast’s Crusade

Thomas Nast’s Crusade. By: Alex Dennee and Katie Holloway . Thesis. Thomas Nast’s purpose in drawing his political cartoons in the late 1860’s was to arouse public outrage against the Tammany Hall’s graft and the corrupt “Boss Tweed.”. “Boss Tweed”. His real name was William M. Tweed.

By davis
(268 views)

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