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Sarcasm, Irony, Satire, and Parody English Literary Devices Is That Sarcasm? Enhanced Lesson Plan for Irony, Satire, and Parody, Printables/ Handouts, Students' NotesEnglish language arts students like to laugh while they learn!Introduce English language arts students to the concepts of sarcasm, iro
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Sarcasm, Irony, Satire, and Parody Digital Google Edition great for distance learning. Introduce students to the concepts of sarcasm, irony, parody, and satire. This lesson can be used prior to teaching longer, more complex short stories, poems, viewing films, creative writing, novel studies. Stude
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In this teaching pack for irony with a lecture, task cards, real-world practice, "info text article," sketch notes, interactive notebook insert, and video clips linked in, you will find everything you need to teach irony and all its nuances and extensions. The materials provided will allow you to se
This is a Common Core approach to introducing irony and satire that integrates reading and writing instruction. The beginning of the unit familiarizes students with the definitions of various ironic devices, and then explores their applications in easily digestible formats such as cartoons, videos,
British Literature: The Canterbury Tales Task Cards and Student Assignment This differentiated activity is intended to get students excited about literature in a creative way. Students will create trading cards featuring Pilgrims from The Canterbury Tales. -The activity is flexible and can be adapt
BlackFriday14 Black Friday 14 BlackFriday 14 3 Products in one bundle! YAY! Is That Sarcasm? Enhanced Lesson Plan for Irony, Satire, and Parody, Printables/ Handouts, Students' Notes Students like to laugh while they learn! Introduce students to the concepts of sarcasm, irony, parody, and satir
The three page worksheet breaks down the responses into Before, During and After Reading. Before Reading asks students to identify vocabulary and provides class discussion questions to access prior knowledge before beginning the story. During Reading looks at genre and setting, and After Reading pro
Immerse your students in the language of literary elements, and improve their essay writing skills! When my students were having difficulty translating their knowledge of literary elements into their essay writing, I typed up this series of posters with signal phrases for each literary element and
In this two day mini-unit on satire, students will be introduced to the concept of irony and satire. Students will quickly survey different types of satire and be introduced to Jonathan Swift. After reading "A Modest Proposal" students will create a short (1-2 minute) skit on a topic important to st
Middle School Literature and Activities Bundle...SAVE $$ with this discounted bundle. You'll find top titles in middle school literature. Discover a number of valuable resources for interactive reading and student centered activities. Includes: ★The Giver: Interactive Layered Flip Book and Answer K
Keep teaching allegory simple with this bundle for Animal Farm. Everything you need to teach this novel (with very little prep or research) is right here! Goals established for this novel unit are taught and reinforced with each chapter and its activities. Lecture note guides are lesson plans wit
Fun powerpoint with terms, practice, examples, and ideas for writing Newfangled Fairy Tales (using parody, irony, and satire). 17 slides
These quotations analyses are tiered according to difficulty. Directions are included using the say, mean, matter technique used in Kelly Gallagher's books. Quotations include quotations by/from Forest Gump, Eminem, Shawshank Redemption, Lao Tzu, Charles Bukowski, Rudy, Fight Club, Bob Marley, and
Full PowerPoint discussing irony, satire, parody, pun, idiom, cliche, etc. This PowerPoint has links to YouTube videos with school appropriate videos such as "Saved by the Bell," "Fresh Prince of Bel Air," Weird Al Yankovic, and "The Simpson's." Use this hilarious presentation to teach poetry to b
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Posters for teaching author's style- Includes tone, symbolism, irony, satire, flashback, and foreshadowing Includes definitions for Craft and Style. This is a growing set.
This product consists of 101 slides describing and explaining a range of techniques which make comedy from the use of surprise in overthrow of expectations and anti-climax to irony, satire and parody. Comic creation of character is also featured together with treatments of caricature and stereotype.
The ABC Book is a final project that has the student create one page of content for each letter of the alphabet. In addition to content pages, the student will design a front cover that relates to the novel, a table of contents, and a back cover. In this project the student is required to do a v
Reinforce your students' knowledge of key literary terms using this fun classroom jeopardy game! Tests 25 literary vocabulary terms, including personification, allusion, short story, autobiography, irony, satire, allegory, hyperbole, sonnet, tragedy, alliteration and more.Plus, I've included detail
-2 Quiz / Test / Assessments broken up into chapters 1-26 and chapters 27-43 -Questions use common core question stems -Each higher level thinking question is aligned with the skill/strategy, so you can easily align questions to the standards you use. -Tests are analysis based - not plot based -A s
Engage students in Oscar Wilde's hilarious play through this fun activity! This activity will get students on their feet as they race through multiple choice questions about The Importance of Being Earnest. The questions draw both on comprehension of the text and on analysis of satire and irony in t
This is a convenient handout to use for all types of stories, especially shorter works of fiction! Each handout "breaks down" a story into various elements of a story. This is great to use as for a quick review or note-taking! The handout includes the following content:SettingCharacters: Protagonist
This worksheet can be used to practice and reinforce the concepts highlighted in the unit "Cat's Cradle", such as irony and satire in literature, allusion, and other literary elements. Comprehension questions are also included.
This worksheet can be used to practice and reinforce the concepts highlighted in the unit "Cat's Cradle", such as irony and satire in literature, allusion, and other literary elements. Comprehension questions are also included.
This worksheet can be used to practice and reinforce the concepts highlighted in the unit "Cat's Cradle", such as irony and satire in literature, allusion, and other literary elements. Comprehension questions are also included.

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