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Billy Campione

Dr. Seuss WWII Political Cartoons - 15 views

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    Great resource to teach about the events of WWII.
David Hilton

Punch Cartoons - 10 views

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    You can purchase Punch cartoons.
HistoryGrl14 .

Versailles Political Cartoons - 15 views

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    WWI cartoons - but about Versailles Peace Conference
Dr Catherine Hart

Cartoon PD in a package - 16 views

  • Exam markers have identified cartoon interpretation as an area of weakness in the teaching of History in Australian schools. Cartoon PD in a Package is a resource from the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, developed with the support of a grant from the Public Education Endowment Trust. The package is designed to develop confidence and proficiency in teachers and students using cartoon resources.

    The value of this resource lies in its self-contained nature which allows it to deliver quality professional development without a presenter and at a time that suits the individual teacher. Teachers will find this package invaluable.
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    Free resource - how to analyse political cartoons - brilliant
Scott Hambrick

History Teaching Institute - OSU - 11 views

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    A site through the history department at OSU committed to improving teacher instruction in history.
Kendra Nielsen

Exploring U.S. History - 21 views

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    Modules designed for George Mason University's U.S. survey course offering relevant exercises that reinforce textbook readings and classroom discussion. They provide an alternate, often entertaining, way of investigating historical concepts and problems.
Deven Black

Running for Office - Cartoons of Clifford K. Berryman - 3 views

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    The political cartoons in this exhibit, drawn by renowned cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman, illustrate the campaign process from the candidate's decision to run for office to the ultimate outcome of the election. Although many political procedures have changed, these cartoons show that the political process has remained remarkably consistent; Berryman's cartoons from the early 20th century remain relevant today.

    Most of these cartoons appeared on the front page of Washington newspapers from 1898 through 1948. They are part of a collection of nearly 2,400 pen-and-ink drawings by Berryman.
David Hilton

Collection and Subject Area Overviews (Prints and Photographs Reading Room, Library of ... - 3 views

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    A large set of collections of photographs and images from a diverse range of time periods and places. Some of them only have sample images, however quite a few have full access. If only Diigo let us use more than 20 tags!
David Hilton

1896 - 0 views

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    The 1896 presidential election was one of the most exciting and complicated in U.S. history. This website provides an introduction to one aspect of the campaign: the hundreds of political cartoons published in newspapers around the country. Most of these cartoons have been buried in archival microfilms, where students can't reach them. They offer a window into political structures and issues, society, and culture in the United States, just before the turn of the last century." A great resource on the topic.
David Hilton

Dr. Seuss Went to War - 2 views

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    These are the cartoons produced by the Dr Seuss dude during World War II (1942-44). It's not exactly Green Eggs & Ham; shows how war can bring out the ugly side of a people. Very interesting though and probably excellent for some class activities or resource design. The images of Japanese are decidely un-PC.
David Hilton

British Cartoon Archive - 4 views

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    This site is an archive of British cartoons.
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