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Examine the seven forms of propaganda found in advertising and politics. Discover the persuasive methods behind the messaging we see every day and gain skills to effectively identify and counter them. A classroom gallery walk challenges students to detect the propaganda techniques at work and evaluate their effectiveness. 

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Propaganda: What's the Message - Middle School - on Nearpod

Media and Influence - Newsela Text Set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Students will be able to...

  • Differentiate among forms of persuasive media.
  • Identify bias, propaganda, and symbolism in media.
  • Identify forms of propaganda in use.

 

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