American Revolution: Propaganda Comparison

American Revolution: Propaganda Comparison
American Revolution: Propaganda Comparison
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The lesson deals with a American and British propaganda during the American Revolution. Students analyze propaganda posters, cartoons and literature used to persuade both sides of the conflict.

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-8 images to analyze
-1 primary document excerpt
-accompanying critical thinking questions for each source
-handout for students to fill out as they examine each source

This product also includes a comparison of more "modern" propaganda from WW1 and WW2 that have been influenced by the imagery and symbolism of the American Revolution. This product is a great way for students to work on analyzing images as historical documents.
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American Revolution: Propaganda Comparison
American Revolution: Propaganda Comparison