With this propaganda poster activity for Orwell's 1984, get students thinking about the power of images to change the meaning behind words.
Suddenly they'll understand not just the power of Big Brother's legion of propagandists, but the barrage of advertising pummeling them every day.
Check out the preview to see the example graphic combining "Eat Meat" with different images to to help students examine how images manipulate our reactions to the same words.
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“Awesome! I used the propaganda poster assignment and hung them around the room - my eleventh graders really enjoyed it!”
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