(solution) Using information from the Analyzing Propaganda activity sheet

(solution) Using information from the Analyzing Propaganda activity sheet

Using information from the Analyzing Propaganda activity sheet from the previous lesson, write a well-organized essay analyzing the effectiveness of propaganda in a World War I poster. Include the following in your essay.. Check the attached file.. 

Graded Assignment Name: HST202A: Modern World Studies | Unit 4 | Lesson 7: Propaganda, Part 2 Date: Graded Assignment
Analyzing Propaganda
(50 points) 1. Using information from the Analyzing Propaganda activity sheet from the previous
lesson, write a well-organized essay analyzing the effectiveness of propaganda in a World
War I poster. Include the following in your essay: Score The title of the two posters you selected to analyze
The title of the poster you felt was most effective
The propaganda techniques that were used in the more effective, along with a description of how the
techniques were used
An explanation for why you think the poster was most effective Type or write your essay below, and submit it to your teacher by the due date for full credit. Refer to the rubric
and scoring instructions on the next page to see how your teacher will grade your essay.
Answer: Pledge to save the food Propaganda check the image.. on google
Save the wheat for our soldiers Propaganda check the image.. on google.. Your Score
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Page 1 of 2 Graded Assignment Category HST202A: Modern World Studies | Unit 4 | Lesson 7: Propaganda, Part 2 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points Content The essay does
not fulfill the
assignment.
Content is not
developed and
ideas are
confusing. The
essay is so
inadequate and
flawed as to be
unacceptable. The essay does
not fulfill the
assignment.
Content is
poorly
developed and
ideas are
confusing. The
essay fails to
address several
aspects of the
assignment and
demonstrates a
lack of clear
understanding
of the concepts
and facts. It
contains serious
flaws. The essay fulfills
the assignment,
but content is
not fully
developed
and/or ideas are
not clear. The
essay fails to
address all
aspects of the
assignment and
demonstrates a
superficial
understanding
of the concepts
and facts. It
contains some
flaws. The essay fulfills
the assignment.
Content is
developed and
ideas are clear.
The essay,
however,
demonstrates a
less than
thorough
understanding
of the concepts
and facts and
contains minor
flaws. There is
some room for
improvement. The essay
completely
fulfills the
assignment.
Content is welldeveloped and
ideas are
original and
clear. The essay
demonstrates a
thorough
understanding
of the concepts
and facts. It is
accurate,
relevant, and
complete. Organization The essay is so
disorganized
that it is not
understandable. The essay lacks
clear
organization. It
is difficult to
understand. The essay is
somewhat
organized but
has significant
flaws. The essay is
well-organized,
with only minor
flaws. The essay is
clearly and
logically
organized and
easy to
understand. Spelling,
Punctuation, and
Grammar The essay
contains 10 or
more errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
and/or grammar. The essay
contains 7 to 9
errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
and/or grammar. The essay
contains 5 to 6
errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
and/or grammar. The essay
contains 3 to 4
errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
and/or grammar. The essay
contains 2 or
fewer errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
and/or grammar. Rubric
Category Score Score Content
____ X 8 = ____
Organization
____ X 1 = ____
Spelling,
Punctuation,
and Grammar ____ X 1 = ____ Total Score: To calculate the final grade for this assignment, add the scores for each rubric topic for a maximum score of 50
points. Notice that you will give greater weight to Content by multiplying the score for that category by 8. The
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