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DO-NOW for 12/3/08. Read “Overview: Propaganda During WWI” and answer the THINK THROUGH HISTORY question: What methods did the CPI use to popularize the war?. AGENDA. DO-NOW / Discussion How Propaganda was Used During WWI Activity: Analyzing World War I Propaganda EXIT QUESTION

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Do now for 12 3 08

DO-NOW for 12/3/08

Read “Overview: Propaganda During WWI” and answer the THINK THROUGH HISTORY question: What methods did the CPI use to popularize the war?


Agenda
AGENDA

  • DO-NOW / Discussion

  • How Propaganda was Used During WWI

  • Activity: Analyzing World War I Propaganda

  • EXIT QUESTION

  • HW: Read Wilson at Versailles & answer the five (5) homework questions


Propaganda
Propaganda

  • The spreading of information, ideas, or rumors for the purpose of helping or hurting a cause, institution, or person.



Uncle sam male personification
Uncle Sam = Male Personification

  • Often depicted as a serious, elderly man with white hair and a goatee

  • Clothing recalls the design of the flag of the United States

  • With the possible exception of the Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam is probably the most easily recognizable personification of the United States










Soldiers marching beside a river and over a bridge into a shelled Verdun. The battle of Verdun in 1916 was the longest and costliest battle -- in terms of lives -- of the war.


Three soldiers (French, American, Italian) charging into battle. A winged figure of Marianne is above them pouring out coins and paper money from a cornucopia.



The army isn t all work uk world war i propaganda poster
"The Army isn't from Alsace-Lorraine look on.all work." UK World War I propaganda poster.




German propaganda
German Propaganda propaganda poster.

  • “To the American soldier of German descent” &

  • “To the colored soldiers of the U.S. Army”


Of this room
OF THIS ROOM! propaganda poster.


Exit question
EXIT QUESTION propaganda poster.

  • Can you think of any forms of propaganda that affect your life?

  • How do these forms of propaganda appeal to emotions of fear, hatred, sympathy, patriotism, or consumerism?


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