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Activity: Philippine-American War Through Cartoons
This is a lecture and activity designed to teach students how to critically read political cartoons. Most of the cartoons selected are from the Age of Imperialism, specifically the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars. Through a "I do, we do, you do" approach, students are shown what to loo
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Satire Unit
***UPDATED ON 3/14/18, SO ALL LINKS ARE WORKING!*** I try to provide engaging lessons by including video clips. However, YouTube sporadically pulls videos. Please let me know if a link is not working, and I will gladly find a replacement clip. I also removed the Hunger Games parody video clip and up
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PLATYPUS POLICE SQUAD!  The Frog Who Croaked!  A Dragnet Spin-off!
Platypus Police Squad: The Frog Who Croaked by Jarrett KrosoczkaA hysterical Dragnet spin-off! These are the characters:An English Professor frog who is targeted by an illegal fish dealerA young rookie platypus cop who is paired with an veteran platypus copA jailed panda mobster's slick son who ret
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'Too Late to Apologize' Music Video Response Worksheet
The 'Too Late to Apologize' parody video is one of my all time favorite teaching tools! If you don't know, this satirical video is a great remake of the original song ‘Apologize’ by OneRepublic, but features our Founding Fathers as they write the Declaration of Independence from England. My students
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