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This is a reference sheet to help students with various propaganda techniques (bandwagon, loaded words, testimonial, transfer, name-calling, facts & figures, glittering generalities, plain folks, and avant-garde).

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The Wright Ladies present the Propaganda Techniques Worksheet. This is a great review for the six main types of propaganda (glittering generalities, card stacking, plain folk, name calling, bandwagon, and transfer/symbol/endorsement). In this worksheet students use the chart, which defines the six types of propaganda, to identify the main type of propaganda in six real life examples.Included in this download are word and PDF versions of the worksheet and answer key.

PROPAGANDA TECHNIQUES. This is an interesting link from the Mr. Donn website about propaganda. It uses the subject of the Gulf War to show examples of what propaganda is. It would be suitable for kids 12+.

Lesson Plan: Propaganda Techniques in Literature and Online Political Ads. Grades 9-12. Via Read.Write.Think.

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Use this project after a lesson on propaganda to check students understanding of propaganda techniques.Assign each student a subject for their propaganda posters. I put the subject ideas in a hat and have the students draw. Suggestions for subjects are given.Students choose a propaganda technique, write a slogan, preplan a poster, then draw a final poster.Students write a paragraph to explain why they chose the propaganda technique.A grading rubric is included. 7-8 $2