AIM: How did propaganda affect wartime support? - Weebly

AIM: How did propaganda affect wartime support? - Weebly

AIM: How did propaganda affect wartime support? Do Now: Study for quiz. HW 3 due Monday! Vocabulary: Propaganda: biased information used to promote a particular political cause or point of view.

How is this an example of propaganda? 1. What is being promoted? 2. How does Old Navy convince people?

Why would Britain and even President Wilson use propaganda? Why would Americans be reluctant to enter the war? Should the US enter the war? Why or why not? 1. What country does the brute represent?

2. Explain the purpose of this poster. 3. How would this poster make Americans feel? 1. Who is the target audience?

2. What is the purpose of these posters? 2. How would these posters make Americans feel? 1. What is the purpose of these posters?

2. How do you think Americans would respond such propaganda? 1. What group of people is this poster

addressing? 2. What is the poster asking? 3. What is the purpose of these posters? 1. What group of people is this poster

addressing? 2. What is the poster asking? 3. What is the purpose of these posters? 1. What group of people is this poster addressing?

2. What is the purpose of this poster? 3. How do you think this poster helped to convince the American people that the war was a good idea? 1. What nation is the

menace of the seas? 2. Explain why this nation received this nickname. 3. How would Americans respond to this type of poster?

1. What is the duty of Americans? Liberty Bonds: people buy bonds. By buying the Liberty Bonds, Americans were loaning the government money. The US government agreed to repay the money plus interest in a specified number of years.

2. How would Americans respond to this type of poster? How did propaganda affect wartime support? Do we still use propaganda today?

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