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How To Read Them
How To Read Them
What is the artist’s viewpoint of this cartoon
What is the artist’s viewpoint of this cartoon
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
What Do These Symbols Mean
Captions
Captions
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Humor and Satire
Historical Images
Historical Images
Historical Images
Historical Images
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1Political Cartoons: More Than Meets 10opposite of what was really meant Satire:
The Eye. How to Interpret the Basic the portrayal of a wrongdoing to that it
Elements of Political Cartoons. becomes the object of ridicule Stereotype:
2What Are Political Cartoons? Art form an oversimplified judgment of a group of
that serves as a source of opinion on people or objects.
society Express viewpoints on political, 11Humor and Satire. Heitzmann, W.R.
economic, or social issues Make use of (1980) Political cartoons: Scholastic
humor, symbolism, historical events, and social studies skills. New York:
stereotypes. Scholastic, Inc.
3How To Read Them? Artist’s viewpoint http://www.comics.com/editoons/ariail/arch
Symbols Captions Humor and Satire ve/ariail-20070919.html. Heitzmann, W.R.
Historical Images. (1980) Political cartoons: Scholastic
4Artist’s Viewpoint: The purpose of any social studies skills. New York:
political cartoon is to express an Scholastic, Inc. Hakim, J. (1993). A
opinion. What subject or issue is the history of us: An age of extremes. New
artist commenting on? How is the subject York: Oxford University Press.
portrayed? What feelings are suggested by 12Historical Images. Artists include
the images? historical or literary images to help
5What is the artist’s viewpoint of this express viewpoints on current issues
cartoon? Recognizing the historical or literary
6What is the artist’s viewpoint of this images is necessary to understand the
cartoon? Voter apathy: People who don’t meaning of the cartoon.
vote will be in trouble with society. 13Historical Images. The angel of Teddy
Heitzmann, W.R. (1980) Political cartoons: Roosevelt reacting to the news that Pres.
Scholastic social studies skills. New Carter would turn over the control of the
York: Scholastic, Inc. Panama Canal to the Panamanian government
7Use of Symbols: Images that stand for in 1999. Soldiers “guarding” the entrance
something else. Symbols can stand for to the United States to all immigrants
objects, places, groups of people, except the Chinese following the Chinese
beliefs, character traits, or ideas Common Exclusion Act of 1882.
symbols for our country: *Uncle Sam=United http://www.immigrants.harpweek.com/Chinese
States *Set of Scales=Justice or court mericans/Illustrations/
system *Dollar bill=Money Animals used as 078EPluribusUnumMain.htm. Heitzmann, W.R.
symbols *Donkey= the Democratic Party (1980) Political cartoons: Scholastic
*Elephant= the Republican Party *Dove= social studies skills. New York:
Peace *Fox= Sly or untrustworthy. Scholastic, Inc.
8What Do These Symbols Mean? 14How Will We Use Cartoons? Understand
9Captions. Can help the reader public opinion of a particular time period
understand the message, even if the Examine opposing views Compare historical
symbols aren’t familiar. and contemporary issues.
http://www.intoon.com/cartoons.cfm. 15Cartoon Analysis worksheet:
10Humor and Satire. Humor creates http://www.pbs.org/wnet/historyofus/teache
interest Caricature: overemphasis of a s/pdfs/segment8-5.pdf?mii=1.
person’s features Irony: saying the
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