Lessons for Satire

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  • Serious Laughter - … discuss this material during the process of defining satire, targets of satire, and vehicles of satire. Materials Per class + Definitions (View) + Targets_of_Satire (View … titled, Target of Satire. Students take notes. Activity 2 - Satire Here, Satire There, Satire Everywhere The teacher now must explain that satire exists in many … turns the students? attention to the two classifications of satire: Juvenalian Satire and Horatian Satire. The teacher explains the historical background of each …
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  • Satire in Fiction - … verbal evaluation of the satires. Scoring Guidelines: Use Attachment C, Rubric for Satires, to score the assignment. 2 Satire in Fiction Grade 12 … of this lesson, students focus on fictional satire. For satire in nonfiction, review the lesson, Satire in Nonfiction.) 7. Use the information at … of Satire Attachment B, Organizing your Satire Attachment C, Satire Rubric 7 Satire in Fiction Grade 12 Elements of Satire Attachment A Name: ____ Satire is …
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  • Satire in Nonfiction - … purposes of this lesson, students focus on nonfiction satire. For fictional satire, review lesson Satire in Fiction.) 7. Use the information at the … A, Elements of Satire Attachment B, Organizing your Satire Attachment C, Satire Rubric Attachment D, Rubric for Reflection Writing 7 Satire in Nonfiction Grade 12 Attachment A Elements of Satire (Nonfiction …
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  • Political Analysis Through Satire - … presidential election. Students will analyze pieces of satire, explore the similarities and differences between political satire and straight news reporting, and finally … be prepared to try creating some political satire of their own. Distribute the Political Satire Project Outline handout and go over the … readers. This feature details the history of satire in U.S. politics. Links to satire examples from the 1700's to the …
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  • Using Twain's Tools: Satire - … Huckleberry Finn Satire Techniques Lecture – Teacher Page Essay 3: Satire – Student Page LESSON OBJECTIVES • To learn an expanded definition of satire that includes … ideas of what they want to include in their satire essay – which satirical techniques they want to use, who their audience is … out a way to convey it within a satirical piece. HOMEWORK 1) Identify satirical techniques used in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn …
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  • Exploring Satire with Shrek - … non-print media. identify the techniques of satire in a satirical work. analyze a satirical work to determine the comment or criticism being … of how to apply the techniques of satire to their tales. Remind them that satire has the overarching goals of commenting on … and discuss how the elements might be used in satire. For instance, a satirized fairy tale might focus on the role of … of the hero and heroine for the satire and the extent to which the satire is based on the actions that are …
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  • Exploring Satire with The Simpsons - … will identify the four techniques of satire in a satirical work. explain how the four techniques of satire contribute to the comment or criticism being made by a satirical work. analyze a satirical … subject, idea, or issue was like before it was satirized, explain how a satirical technique (such as exaggeration) is used in the …
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  • Fighting Fire With Satire - … : Students will: 1. Reflect on the concept of satire; consider examples of satire in the media. 2. Learn about the film "Anchorman … the board prior to class: "What is satire? Where might you find examples of satire in the media?" Allow students a few … coverage, its brand or type of satire, the target of its satire, and the effectiveness of the satire in attempting to "ridicule, expose … , farcical, mythical, plausibly, buffoonish, anachronistic, gaffe, ribbed, vacuum, assertion, staid, satirized, ratings war, telegenic, trump, forsaking, promos, revelatory, parodies, stampede, surrogate …
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  • Advice to Youth - A Satire by Mark Twain - … supports reading in content area:Yes Freely Available: Yes Keywords: satire, sarcasm, exaggeration, irony, humor, Mark Twain, Advice to Youth, close … .doc Question worksheet KEY.doc Advice to Youth satire analysis.docx Advice to Youth satire analysis MODEL.docx Argument Essay Rubric.docx … shaming individuals, corporations, government or society itself, into improvement. Although satire is usually meant to be humorous, its greater purpose is …
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  • Twain's Tools: Satire - … American Literature Unit 1 Lesson 21 – Twain’s Tools: Satire What is Satire? TIME ESTIMATE FOR THIS LESSON One class period ALIGNMENT … Rubric – Student Page LESSON OBJECTIVES • To define satire and give examples • To analyze a satirical cartoon • To draw connections between the cartoon … below. Date Journal Lecture Activity Readings Homework Discussion What is Satire? 1. Satire Definition 1. Second Draft of Evaluation Political 2. Cartoon …
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