Monday, November 17, 2014

Agenda 11/17-11/21 Photographs as Propaganda?




What is propaganda?
What message is being conveyed?
Is the message effective?


Learning Target (the what):  Students will evaluate photographs in small groups to determine their origin, purpose, value and limitations.

Language Target (the how):  Students will discuss and evaluate the artists' choices of  in small groups using of Theory of Knowledge vocabulary. (emotion; perception; language; reason)


 DIE Activity: 2 Photos




Newseum Activity: Photos (Small Groups)


Entry Ticket:  DIE using Index Cards
 
What is Propaganda?  History behind it? Tools? Limitations? Evaluating it?
American Historical Association
Expert Groups & Presentations
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ALL PHOTOGRAPHY IS PROPAGANDA~~MARTIN PARR  
AGREE? DISAGREE? EXPLAIN  

Revisit Notes
LENS ARE IMPORTANT
Quick Segue:  Preparation for Newseum Visit


Apply presentation information to the photo
Define Propaganda
How is your photo an example of propaganda?
Justify it with textual evidence (quadrants) (foreground/background)
Explain the photographer's choice
KQ?



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 Knowledge Questions that surface? Questions? Comments? Ahas?

 Homework:
1.  Apply the DIE & Archives Photo Analysis Sheet to the Desoto Image
2.  Compare & Contrast your textbook account of DeSoto with  the Image
DeSoto image is in G Drive in Desoto Folder

Propaganda or No? KQ?
Why study history if it is his story?
3.  Submit your DIE/Photo Analysis & Comparison to turnitin by Friday 7 am

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