There are 1, 2, 3, and 4. Please do not combine them. See specific instructions

There are 1, 2, 3, and 4. Please do not combine them. See specific instructions for each of them.
1.
The internet is an incredibly powerful tool for spreading political ideas. Many people today share political cartoons or memes on social media as a way of expressing their views.
First, find a political cartoon or meme to share with the class. It will ideally touch upon an aspect of American politics we have discussed this semester. Upload the image in your discussion post.
Find an image
Then discuss the following:
Try searching on your favorite social media platform.
What message is this image trying to convey? Explain the meaning.
What kind of political perspective does it take (ideology, political party preference, etc.)?
How effective is the image as a political message? Why?
Feel free to add any other reflections about your meme or political cartoon.
You can include an image?
Where can I find a meme or political cartoon?
Length: 350 words or more.
3.
The internet is an incredibly powerful tool for spreading political ideas. Many people today share political cartoons or memes on social media as a way of expressing their views.
First, find a political cartoon or meme to share with the class. It will ideally touch upon an aspect of American politics we have discussed this semester. Upload the image in your discussion post.
Find an image
Then discuss the following:
Try searching on your favorite social media platform.
What message is this image trying to convey? Explain the meaning.
What kind of political perspective does it take (ideology, political party preference, etc.)?
How effective is the image as a political message? Why?
Feel free to add any other reflections about your meme or political cartoon.
You can include an image?
Where can I find a meme or political cartoon?
Length: 350 words or more.
3.
You have made it to the end of the semester.
Prompt:
Reflect on this semester’s content by answering the following:
Of all the subjects we explored this semester, which topic or concept did you find most meaningful to your personal learning?
Why did you find that to be an important topic?
Will your understanding of that issue contribute to your political views or political behavior in the future? If so, how? If not, why?
(As a reminder, here are some of the topics we have covered this semester: Political polarization, political ideologies, types of governments, the US Constitution, Federalism, Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Public Opinion, Political Socialization, Political Parties, Voting and Elections, The Congress, The President, The Courts, California Politics, and Domestic Policy. Of course, you are welcome to choose a more specific concept or idea that we discussed during our course).
Length: 350 words or more.
Prompt:
Reflect on this semester’s content by answering the following:
Of all the subjects we explored this semester, which topic or concept did you find most meaningful to your personal learning?
Why did you find that to be an important topic?
Will your understanding of that issue contribute to your political views or political behavior in the future? If so, how? If not, why?
(As a reminder, here are some of the topics we have covered this semester: Political polarization, political ideologies, types of governments, the US Constitution, Federalism, Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Public Opinion, Political Socialization, Political Parties, Voting and Elections, The Congress, The President, The Courts, California Politics, and Domestic Policy. Of course, you are welcome to choose a more specific concept or idea that we discussed during our course).
Length: 350 words or more.

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