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Heitzmann, William Ray – Social Studies, 1988
Traces the history of political cartoons in the United States from the first (Benjamin Franklin's "Unite or Die") in 1754 to the present. Discusses three requirements for effective cartoons, and identifies important cartoonists and their work. Characterizes political cartoons as one of the United States' liveliest, most enjoyable, and…
Descriptors: Art History, Cartoons, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Improvement
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Heitzmann, William Ray – Social Studies, 1988
Discusses the uses of political cartoons in the classroom, and presents a list of skills which must be acquired by students to allow them to master cartoon interpretation. Illustrates how to recognize the use of caricature and identify symbolism and includes a bibliography of political cartoon sources and uses. (GEA)
Descriptors: Cartoons, Characterization, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Improvement
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Heitzmann, William Ray – Social Studies, 1988
Presents an annotated bibliography of more than 30 sources of political cartoons from past and present cartoonists. Titles include "Comic Art in America"; "Herblock's Special for Today"; "Best Editorial Cartoons"; "The Cartoon History of the American Revolution"; "The Cartoon History of Britain";…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Cartoons, Educational Resources, Elementary Secondary Education