Lessons for Satire

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  • Literary Parodies: Exploring a Writer's Style through Imitation - … the literary genre, explain that parody is a technique of satire. Read the poem aloud to the class, and invite students … , try the activities in the ReadWriteThink lessons Exploring Satire with Shrek and Exploring Satire with The Simpsons. Access additional resources on Williams …
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  • Media Bigotry: South Park, Chris Rock, Rush Limbaugh, the Notorious B.I.G., Da Ali G. Show, Larry David & Others - … website. Introduction People disagree about the difference between what's satirical and what's racist, between what's a joke and … heard used by black rappers. What's funny? What's satirical? When does something intended as humor turn offensive? What's … you think his purpose was in "The Baptism"? To be satirical? To be anti-Semitic? Anti-Christian? Anti-religious? Something else? 2. Even if you judge his purpose to be satirical, this episode would probably be offensive not only to some …
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  • Do You Agree? - … a political cartoon • • • • • • • • • Political cartoon Bill of Rights Amendment Bias Satire Caption Analyze Opinion Editorial Anticipatory Set/Introduction To introduce the … to that conclusion? Ask: What is satire? (a literary work that shows ridicule or scorn) Is satire always biased? ( Bias is a … ? (The editorial page) Discuss the relationship between a political cartoon, satire, and bias. Process/Activities Divide the class into small groups …
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  • Do Something about... Voting/Civic Engagement Lesson 6 - Politics, A Laughing Matter - Back to search results > Students learn how cartoons and satire raise concerns about an issue Subject: Social Studies Grades: 9, … Laughing Matter (See lesson below) Students learn how cartoons and satire raise concerns about an issue. Lesson 7: How do organizers … Goal: Students will learn how the use of cartoons and satire as a means of raising concern about an issue Standards … centuries, people have been using cartoons and other forms of satire to raise awareness and comment on a variety of issues …
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  • The Legend Of King Arthur - … ., fiction, nonfiction, myths, poems, biographies, autobiographies, science fiction, supernatural tales, satires, parodies, plays, American literature, British literature, world and ancient literature … ., fiction, nonfiction, myths, poems, biographies, autobiographies, science fiction, supernatural tales, satires, parodies, plays, American literature, British literature, world and ancient literature …
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  • Pride and Prejudice - … 11-12 Summary: Pride and Prejudice, a gentle but witty satire of courtship and marriage, tells the story of Elizabeth Bennet … of Elizabeth's marriage to Darcy). 2. Social Satire. Students can create cartoons satirizing the fashions, social attitudes, or characters in Pride …
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  • Martin Luther's Reformation in Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame - … of commerce as it is known today. Primarily this novel satirizes the Catholic Church's absolute power -- its abuses, and its excesses. Students will discover how Hugo's satire operates to show the Catholic Church's abuse of power … a chart, which compares Martin Luther's "95 Theses" to satirical elements of the medieval church in Victor Hugo's The …
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  • The Underground Railroad - … of the topic. The cartoon shows a commanding use of satire. The maps are detailed and accurate. The song feels authentic … sufficient knowledge, creativity and explanation. The cartoon shows knowledge of satire. The maps are somewhat detailed and accurate. The song is … understanding of the topic. The cartoon shows an attempt at satire. The maps have detail but much detail is missing or …
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  • Cartoon Commentary - … god and myth. 's paintings and drawings suggest political or satirical statements about everything from baseball to American presidents. 's notecards … what they are. What are the implications of using irony, satire, or sarcasm when addressing issues of diversity, poverty or homelessness … the American South. His images address this particular history in satirical and often provocative ways. Have students look at a series …
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  • Intent of Goya's "Los Caprichos" - … Goya's series, "Los Caprichos" To demonstrate creativity using a satirical social, or political theme. Objectives · The learner will examine and … learner will draw five thumbnails of their choice of a satirical social or political theme. Concepts · "Los Caprichos" means whimsical, happiness, mystical. · Satirical means something being in contradiction to itself, an irony. · Social …
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