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Which is which?
Makes fun of something (ridicule) Points out problem Hopes for change (improvement)
Information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread To help or to harm To manipulate
Background information may be necessary to understand SATIRE May be helpful in understanding PROPAGANDA
Is it trying to “sell” you something? DO this, BUY this, Vote for this policy or person – then it’s PROPAGANDA
OR Is it trying to make you THINK? Isn't’ this silly or ridiculous? Did you notice this? Then it’s SATIRE
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Background Info or What means What (Things you need to know for Animal Farm)
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