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On the Campaign Trail: Gallery Guide

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This guide helps students navigate the News Corporation News History Gallery and the Bloomberg Internet, TV and Radio Gallery at the Newseum to explore how political campaigns and the media shape candidates’ public image and influence voters.

GRADE LEVEL: Middle and high school

TIME: Under 30 minutes

MATERIALS: On the Campaign Trail Gallery Guide (download)

 

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Worksheets PDF DOC
Extensions PDF DOC
Full Packet PDF DOC

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