Create An Editorial Cartoon

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ons.”-Cartoonist Roy Paul

When the owner of the Minnesota Twins baseball team threatened to have the team leave the stateunless they received a new stadium; many people and fans were upset. The cartoonist observed thatmany people were mad about high player salaries and the taxpayer being asked to build a new stadiumfor a team that continued to play poorly, charge a lot of money to get into the games and still get paidvery well. He likened the team to a pair of cry-baby twins in the arms of a tired mother.1. What are the two things being compared in the analogy used in this cartoon?2. What are some of the points the cartoonist is trying to make by using this analogy?Newspaper Activity: Look through the newspaper to find a current editorial cartoon analogy.What is being compared in the analogy? What are some of the points the cartoonist is trying to makewith this analogy?Create an Editorial CartoonStudent ActivitySerious Cartoons?Editorial page cartoons often provide a humorous comment about a current issue. If a person is notfamiliar about topics in the news, it may be more difficult to understand the meaning of a political oreditorial cartoon. Many of these cartoons use symbols, caricatures and a few words to convey an idea.You can be sure that a cartoon on the editorial page is linked to the news.

1.Look through your copy of thenewspaper to find one editorialor political cartoon.2.Clip the cartoon and paste ortape it in the space below.Try to answer these questions about the cartoon in a few sentences in the space provided.What news topic is the cartoon about? If symbols are used in the cartoon, what are thesymbols and what do they mean? Who is the cartoonist? What meaning do you think thecartoonist is trying to convey?3.My ideas about the cartoon

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