Presentation on theme: "POLITICAL CARTOONS AND CARTOON STRIPS. Metaphor – suggesting a likeness between two things. Example- The frustration that buyers have is an oil gusher!"— Presentation transcript:
Metaphor – suggesting a likeness between two things. Example- The frustration that buyers have is an oil gusher!
Exaggeration – to enlarge beyond the bounds of the truth. Example – The gas prices in this add are overstated to the point of not even paying with money (paying with something much more important )
Irony: Quirk of fate; a type of humor based on using words to suggest the opposite of their literal meaning.
What type of Political Cartoon (Editorial Cartoon) humor is this? EXAGGERATION – This Exaggerates how rebellious he was during his life.
What type of Political Cartoon (Editorial Cartoon) humor is this? Metaphor – The city of Boston is a cage.
Often a cartoon strip is focused on telling a story of an event with each frame (box) telling portions of the story). The first frame often tells what happens before and event. The middle frames give the details of the event. And the last frame tells the impact!
Editorial Cartoon A cartoon that makes a point about some issue in the news. Political Cartoon A cartoon that expresses opinions about politics or government. CaricatureA representation that exaggerates a person's facial features, dress, or manners. ExaggerationOveremphasizing a situation. SymbolismThe use of an idea, image SatireHumor that expresses a viewpoint in a powerful or interesting way. CaptionThe use of words to give the cartoon verbal meaning. FOR A POLITICAL CARTOON, USE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING!