Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster

Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
Political Cartoon: Cinques-Tetes, or the Paris Monster
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Cinques-tetes, or the Paris Monster was created in 1797. The cartoon was intended to illustrate America's displeasure with the French government, specifically over French attacks on American ships and the subsequent XYZ Affair.

The download includes the following:

1. A PowerPoint - complete with discussion notes for each slide - that teachers can use to lead students through the cartoon.

2. An introductory paragraph that describes the circumstances behind the cartoon.

3. A full-size picture of the cartoon, allowing students to label as instructed.

4. A graphic organizer that assists students in identifying different parts of the cartoon, analyzing symbols, and determining the meaning of the cartoon.

5. A series of questions based on the political cartoon.

6. An answer key.


This resource can also be purchased as part of a bundle I have posted on TpT: Political Cartoons in American History. In addition to this cartoon, the bundle includes:

The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss-Ame Stamp. You can also download this one for FREE.

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I continue to add cartoons related to United States History. These are all valuable resources to my own curriculum.

Your feedback regarding this product is always appreciated. And feel free to browse my store for other resources related to US History, World History, and Government.

You can find me on both Facebook and Pinterest.

Should you have any questions, please email me at aroundtheworldteacher@gmail.com or contact me via the Q&A section on TpT.
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