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Political Cartoon Steps

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Materials for the 27 January 2010 Gilder Lehrman Institute TAH Workshop for the Newark Public Schools

Materials for the 27 January 2010 Gilder Lehrman Institute TAH Workshop for the Newark Public Schools

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  • 1. The Newark Public Schools Office of Social Studies/Multicultural Education Analyzing Primary Sources: Political Cartoons STEPS NOTES STEP 1: Captions/Title Words/Phrases What/Who do you see? Dates/Numbers STEP 2: SYMBOLS Describe emotions portrayed in the cartoon Which objects are Describe the action taking place in the cartoon symbols? What do you think each symbol means? STEP 3: P.O.V. Identify the intended audience Who would agree/disagree with the cartoonist’s What is the cartoonist’s opinion? Why? message/opinion? STEP 4: HISTORICAL Political, Social, Economic, Race, Gender, CONTEXT Technology, Media What major events were taking place at the time? How have opinions changed/remained the same? Changing Hearts and Minds to Value Education
  • 2. Changing Hearts and Minds to Value Education

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