Free Create a Caricature Literature or History Activity South Park Style

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Tracee Orman
Grade Levels
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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10 pages
Tracee Orman
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Create a Caricature, South-Park Style: Most high school students are familiar with South Park or at least the style of cartoon character from the popular Comedy Central show. This online activity uses a website to re-create original characters or figures from history using that drawing style. Use this in a 1:1 setting, or take your students to the lab one day and have them make caricatures of different people from the textbook, story, or novel you are reading.

It includes a planning worksheet that can be done without the use of a computer and both teacher and student directions.

*I also included blank templates in case you do not have access to a computer and would like your students to draw or cut/paste items onto their figures.*

Please note: Maturity is a factor with this exercise since the figures are nude to begin with. Use your own discretion for what is appropriate with your class.

It is a fun exercise that helps the students relate more with the character/historical figure and reviews the setting, quotes, and context of the literature/history in a unique way.

For teachers in other content areas: you can also use this to review people in your field (scientists, chefs, business leaders, artists, musicians, and so on).

Created by Tracee Orman
Mrs. Orman's Classroom
Hunger Games Lessons
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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