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Mrs. Jamelli & Mr. Shaner’s Classes Student Name______________________________________ Period #_______ Holocaust Project Learn about Media Literacy, including bias & propaganda Find photographs to inspire ideas for creating an ekphrastic poem Research the Holocaust topic that is the foundation for your poem Write the poem including metaphor, simile, personification, hyperbole, imagery, tone, & alliteration Complete the works citation slips on your graphic organizer Using PhotoStory, upload your photos, write your poem over the photos, create music, and narrate your poem for publication Send your final copy PhotoStory to Mrs. Jamelli’s hand-in folder. Label your PhotoStory with your name & Holocaust. Example: T. Miller Holocaust Poem Propaganda PowerPoint Presentation 1. Media Literacy asks people to ask questions about what they ____________, _____________, and _________________. 2. B_______ is how journalists select which news events will be reported in order to influence others. 3. Propaganda attempts to manipulate people’s opinions with words and actions through the m___________ m___________. Nazi Propaganda Video Clip 4. Name some types of media used in propaganda techniques: ___________________________________________________________ 5. Hitler was a master of public _________________, which he knew was an important form of propaganda. 6. Discrimination of the _____________ was the focus of the Nazi propaganda. 7. The Nazi’s had control of schools and used _________________ to create Hitler’s Youth. 8. The most effective propaganda used was _______________, which entertained people while glorifying the government at the same time. 9. Nazi propaganda allowed ______ million Jews to die in World War II. 10.When watching and listening to media, we must always ask _____________ and seek the _________. Mrs. Jamelli & Mr. Shaner’s Classes MATCHING: Write the letter of the poster that represents the following propaganda technique definitions. Several posters may fit 2 descriptions, but make the best choice by process of elimination. TRANSFER – the propaganda links the authority of something well respected, such as religion, to someone or something we should accept Answer:________ BAD LOGIC….events are deliberately This March 1933 poster reads: "In the deepest need President Hindenburg chose Adolf Hitler for Reich Chancellor. You too should vote for Hitler.” Hitler is shown against a backdrop of heavenly light and a peace dove, symbols from Christianity. manipulated to promote an idea that isn’t true Answer:________ Glittering Generality: The propaganda links a person to a positive symbol so that people will believe the person is good. Answer:________ PLAIN FOLKS – attempt to convince the audience that a prominent person and his ideas are just like “regular” people Answer:________ TESTIMONIAL…a famous public figure promotes a political candidate Answer:________ This poster comes from the mid-1930's. The caption: "Hitler is building. Help him. Buy German goods” makes people believe that Hitler is just like them. This 1937 Nuremberg Rally poster shows Albert Speer's "Cathedral of Light" effect. The Nazi’s manipulated the photo by using every available spotlight they had, so that the world would think the Nazi’s had lots of military equipment. This 1938 postcard celebrates the incorporation of Austria into Germany. The caption reads: "One People, One Reich, One Führer” It is trying to persuade the Austrians that Hitler is a good person. Mrs. Jamelli & Mr. Shaner’s Classes .