Create groups of 2 or 3.
Each group should pick a different poster and prepare an oral presentation of the poster similar to the one you just read about the “Who’s absent?” poster.
Therefore, you should:
1. Present the source
2. Describe the poster with as many details as you can
3. Analyze the poster
4. Make a quick conclusion
Beware! For a successful oral presentation, you need to write down notes and not a text containing full sentences.Oral presentations
When you listen to the oral presentations of the other groups, determine if the poster addresses one or several of the following subjects and try to answer the related questions.
1. Army recruiting
What should trigger the passer-by into enlisting?
2. The participation of civilians to the war effort
How are civilians supposed to help?
What should trigger them into helping?
3. A world war
How and why are non-Europeans drawn into the war?
4. A violent war?
How is the war depicted on the propaganda posters? Why?