This lesson on WW1 Propaganda has students utilizing higher-level thinking skills to analyze 15 primary source propaganda posters. Everything you need is included for the lesson plan, including a worksheet, 15 full color propaganda posters, and an answer key.The worksheet explains the 5 main objecti
In this lesson, students will analyze propaganda posters used by Nazi Germany during World War II and the Holocaust to spread and preserve the basic ideas of Nazism and to dehumanize “inferior" groups. This lesson can be printed, used digitally, or a combination of the two. All resources are Google
Want to teach your students how to recognize quality journalism and stop the spread of fake news but don't have the time to develop a lesson plan on this new and ever-developing topic? You would think students who have grown up with the internet would easily navigate everything it has to offer, but
This easy-prep complete teaching pack for propaganda and logical fallacies will get your students ready to analyze persuasive texts with a fundamental understanding of the techniques used in persuasion. Student Experience: Students will learn, practice, and review the key terms that fall under the
Make persuaders out of your students with several activities that analyze famous World War II posters, then culminate their learning with a propaganda poster of their own to promote a positive behavior to address a current school problem.This resource comes as a printable PDF and digital for Google
This is a fun 24-slide PowerPoint begins with an explanation of the tools of Propaganda and then reviews three Disney propaganda video clips about World War II on the Home Front. The presentation also reviews background information about Walt Disney during the War and information about the militar
The propaganda of the Nazi Party was extremely persuasive. Students read about this topic in this product and answer 16 questions (identify, multiple choice, and some document-based questions. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. Please check out the PREVIEW to see e
Your students will be engaged with this common core-aligned activity. Students will work in pairs to analyze 8 propaganda posters from World War I. The posters are from several different countries (The U.S., France, Britain, Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary). A powerpoint introduction to propaga
Help students build critical thinking skills as you study why commercials are so compelling. Your students will love digging into how they persuade us with these lessons. This workbook will help your students build those critical thinking skills as they analyze ads, speeches, or commercials and ide
Includes PRINTABLE, INTERACTIVE PDF, and GOOGLE CLASSROOM VERSIONS! Perfect activities for introducing the 7 types of propaganda and censorship! Use before or during your teaching of Animal Farm, 1984, Among the Hidden, Brave New World, The Hunger Games and many other texts, in a lesson about Wor
This fun and colorful lesson includes a 43-slide powerpoint and maze activity in color and black & white.
Each slide is bright and concise with kid-friendly language and many slides include clipart.
There are also 16 embedded youtube videos and 3 youtube links (video settings wouldn't allo
Want an engaging 2-week unit to make your students far more precise, critical readers of nonfiction? Ready to tiptoe past the boring basics of argument and delve into the positive and negative writing techniques that real authors and speakers use?This unit has been a big hit with my students for the
Teach the six main propaganda techniques in a fresh, creative way! This mini-unit is all planned for you - it will be effortless for you to teach.
First, there is a powerpoint with a coordinating interactive note sheet for students. After the students take notes, there are 16 magazine advertisemen
What do your students really know about fake news? You might be surprised at how lacking your classes are in media literacy. Students who don't know about manipulative media are easily duped into buying products they don't need, believing fear-based stories about groups of people, or even voting
Want to help your students critically analyze and evaluate speeches and/or commercials? Ready to teach what makes a speech “sound good”, or why some arguments flop?This dense flipbook of nine mini-lessons will elicit stronger analytical skills from your writers to get visible growth, AND they get a
World War 1 Propaganda resource includes a 29 slide PowerPoint presentation that explains the different types of propaganda used during the Great War and shows examples of World War I pamphlets, leaflets, posters, motion pictures, newspapers, and speeches. Guided notes that correspond to the present
6 presentations for a discounted price, plus 3 free jeopardy games as a bonus! Including in this bundle are the following: information on allegory, information on George Orwell, background information on the novella, collaboration and research, paperless quizzes, activities connected to propaganda,
This propaganda mini-unit has everything you need to teach your students about persuasive techniques used in advertising and media!
The zip file includes:
-Student notes outline (to go with PowerPoint)
-Internet scavenger hunt activity
-Identifying propaganda techniques in news headli
This amazing Korean War lesson utilizes incredibly hard-to-find images and propaganda from a North Korean museum guidebook to analyze the conflict from North Korea's viewpoint!These documents give a fascinating insight into the hyper-propagandistic perspective of North Korea and why the current regi
Four Reasons Why You Should Invest In the “Walt Disney Cartoons World War II Propaganda Comprehensive Lesson Plan” From My TPT Curriculum Library:
1. EVERYTHING IS ALREADY DONE FOR YOU!
In this lesson packet you will receive: a full lesson plan including standards, direct links to all the cartoons
Now 40 Slides! Available in Google or PowerPoint! Updated, revised, expanded! Looking to build some knowledge of propaganda with your students? Look no further! This PPT includes notes on many different types of propaganda, but also includes beautiful images and interactive work for students to
This activity does a wonderful job of capturing the significance of Propaganda during World War 1 1914-1918. This activity includes over 30 examples of propaganda from Germany, Britain, France, Russia, United States, Greece, Belgium, and more. Students analyze the origin, who is sending the messag
Patriots & Loyalists: A Propaganda Assignment! Students create from both sides!This Patriots and Loyalists Revolutionary War activity is part of the American History Super Unit Expansion Pack. Check out the 12-lesson Expansion Pack to the American History Super Unit!This 16-lesson expansion pac
Fun and novel way to assess your student's knowledge of persuasion: a maze!!
Students begin at the box under the large "start here" arrow. They decide the type of persuasion shown and follow their choice to the next box and continue through the maze until the “END” box.
Every box inc