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  • Propaganda Posters Webquest

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  • SOLsVA SOL US II. 4bThe student will demonstrate knowledge of the changing role of the United States from the late nineteenth century through World War I by explaining the reasons for the United States involvement in World WarI and its leadership role at the conclusion of the war.Click here to go on

  • Objectives/ PurposeBy the end of the lesson you will be able toIdentify persuasive techniques used in the WWI postersDescribe the effect on the audience of persuasive messages in the mediaIdentify effective word choice in the mediaIdentify viewpoint in the mediaEvaluate various advertisements based on persuasive techniquesClick to continue

  • IntroductionLast week each of you created your own TAN BAG of persuasive techniquesToday, youre going to use your knowledge of those six persuasive techniques in your TAN BAG to analyze some propaganda posters from WWIFirst, lets review the war quickly

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  • What to do?You will click on the various links to posters from WWIIt does not matter what order you look at the pictures, just make sure to look at all of themWork quietly on your own to complete the worksheetRemember what your TAN BAG means from last week

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  • Click on one of the posters below:Poster 1Poster 2Poster 3Poster 4Poster 5Poster 6Poster 7Poster 8Poster 9Poster 10Poster 11Poster 12Click here if you have already seen all 12 of the posters above

  • Are you done?

    Please make sure that you haveLooked at all 12 postersCompleted the entire worksheetYour name on your paperClick here to end this activity

  • Are you REALLY done?

    Double check again that you have answered all of the questions on the worksheet

    THEN

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  • Comradeship??1 a : friendship with an intimate friend or associate : COMPANION b : a relationship with a fellow soldier ***

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  • Poster 1Click here to see another poster

  • Poster 2Click here to see another posterClick here to find out what comradeship means

  • Poster 3Click here to see another poster

  • Poster 4United Kingdom PosterClick here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 5Click here to see another poster

  • Poster 6Click here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 7Click here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 8Click here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 9Click here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 10Click here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 11United Kingdom PosterClick here to seeanother poster

  • Poster 12Click here to seeanother posterORto end this activity