Students are provided with a set of six World War I propaganda posters. For each poster, they are asked to make observations, inferences, ask questions, and asked three additional questions (who the intended audience is, what the government hoped the audience would do, and to evaluate whether or not the poster was effective, and why). The analysis sheets were created by me and provide plenty of space for students to write their response in an organized manner. Further, the assignment sheet lists out DETAILED directions with sentence stems to get students thinking/assist their writing - these stems are especially helpful for special education students or ELLs. I think you'll find this activity useful for all ranges of learners. This is an assignment that can be done independently or cooperatively. The questions on the analysis sheet can also be adapted for higer/lower grades. Originally, this was used for an 8th grade class.