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Comparing Propoganda Posters

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Ashley Stamper

on 20 March 2014

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What are the "common" colors and shapes used in each poster?
Why did young Japanese men enroll in the armed forces (infer) and how did the reasoning differ from the American young men?
What morals/ enticements are the focus of each recruitment posters? (Women and Men vs. Japanese Women and Men)
Questions to Ask
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Thrusday, March 20th, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
World War II
Comparing Propoganda Posters
Central Focus: In this integrated history lesson segment, we will be looking at how War recruitment/ propogand posters reflect the targeted viewers . We will be focusing on; flyers made for the recruitment of young American's, Japanese and Women during WWII era. Students will be asked to compare and contrast the similarities and difference each society/ population has during this time in history.
Standards:
SSS 5.3.1 engages student in discussions that clarify and address multiple view points or societal issues
Art EARL 4.3 understands how "art" effects and relects personal choices.
Men, Women and Japanese
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