This Powerpoint presentation is a full class lesson on how to analyze World War I propaganda posters. Part one of the lesson is a whole class practice of working through posters to ask basic questions about perspective, bias, and point of view. Part two of the lesson has five sets of posters that students work in groups to identify these same features. The lesson ends with students working through foreign language posters so that they can transfer the analysis skills they develop in parts one and two to posters in languages other than English. This lesson is intended for world history classes; however, it was also used successfully in AP European and AP World History classes. This lesson was designed and compiled by S.M. Pugh.