ASSESSING CARTOONS• Assess the CONTENT (SSTIC Method):     •   S – Size: Is anything over/under sized? If so, why?     •  ...
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
Summer 2011 in cartoons
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Summer 2011 in cartoons

  1. 1. ASSESSING CARTOONS• Assess the CONTENT (SSTIC Method): • S – Size: Is anything over/under sized? If so, why? • S – Symbols: Look for people, objects, or symbols you should recognize • T – Text: Read everything! Labelled items become metaphors. • I – Imagery: Is the cartoonist trying to create a certain mood? • C – Colour: Is colour used? Are the colours representative of anything?• Assess the MEANING: • What is the point / message of this cartoon? • What is the current event? Why is it significant?

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