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    • Analyzing Political Cartoons
      Matt Barcus
      Tiffany Fouts
      Brittany Morgan
    • West Virginia cso’s
      • SS.0.9.5.3 Political Cartoons
      • SS.S.9.1 Citizenship
      • SS.S.9.2 Civics
      • SS.S.9.6 Reading
    • Objectives
      Develop critical questions
      Evaluate
      Identify and Explain
      Analyze political cartoons
    • Lesson
      • Session 1
      • Session 2
      • Session 3
      • Session 4
      • Session 5
    • Session 1
    • Student’s Reflections and Questions
    • Session 2
      It's No Laughing Matter: Analyzing Political Cartoons
    • Session 3 and 4
      • Discuss
      • Reflect
      • Relate
    • Are there any images of famous places or famous people? If not, what images are present?
      Are any of the images being used as a symbol to stand for a larger concept or idea? If so, what is the meaning of the symbol?
      Is the cartoonist using any other artistic techniques (e.g., irony or exaggeration) to express his or her opinion on an issue?
      Does the writer label anything in the cartoon? If so, what is the importance of the label?
      What message is the author trying to convey in this cartoon?
      What evidence in the cartoon supports your opinion?
    • Session 5
      Presentations on Political Cartoons