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SARCASM, IRONY, SATIRE, AND PARODY DIGITAL GOOGLE EDITION
Sarcasm, Irony, Satire, and Parody Digital Google Edition. 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. Students like to laugh while they

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Satire and Parody: A Twisted Approach to Twilight and Eclipse
Using the first chapter of the Harvard Lampoon's Nightlight (A satirical approach to retelling Meyer's Twilight), this PowerPoint teaches the difference between Satire and Parody. Various slides explain the concepts and purpose behind satire and parody. The teacher will then pause and read Chapter
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THE CANTERBURY TALES READING LITERATURE GUIDE FLIP BOOK
The Canterbury Tales: Interactive Flip Book. Most famous British literature medieval collection of tales. Enjoy the sarcasm, parody, and irony! Each “flap” is ¾ inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Includes: British Author Geoffrey
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ELA MIDDLE SCHOOL LITERATURE AND ACTIVITIES BUNDLE
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
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BRITISH LITERATURE READING LITERATURE GUIDE FLIP BOOKS BUNDLE
British Literature Collection: Interactive Layered Flip Books Bundle Frankenstein: Interactive Layered Flip Book Includes: Mary Shelley’s Bio and Background Elements of Gothic Literature Study Guide and answer key (over 100 questions!) Themes, Symbols and answer key Antithesis-Contrasts of ideas,
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Young Frankenstein Essay - Parody vs. Satire
After students read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, this activity could be introduced to teach the difference between satire and parody. This activity requires the students to construct a compare/contrast essay. A video viewing guide is included. This guide allows students to take notes that they sh
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Comedy Devices/Humor
This zipped filed has 2 items: 1. 25-slide powerpoint that gives definitions and examples of comedic devices used in literature. It covers the following: Comedy vs. Tragedy, Satire, Parody, Irony, Cynicism, Invective, Double Entendre, Burlesque, Malapropism, Farce, Wit, Puns. 2. Humor practice
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Figurative Language PowerPoint with YouTube Videos
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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Short guided notes include chart for definitions of satire, parody, dichotomies in literature, literary allusion, and foil. This includes 10 free response reading questions with an ACE writing prompt at the end of the assignment. Powerpoint presentation is in regards to the dichotomies that presen
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Poisonwood Bible Humor Worksheet
This is a worksheet I use in my AP English Literature class' unit on The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. It is a simple chart that provides good practice for students to make claims about the purposes of different types of humor used in the novel. The types of humor/linguistic strategies tha

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Satire vs. Parody
This is a PPT file that explains the difference between satirical humor and parody. Students often have trouble distinguishing between the two. This PPT breaks it down in easy, student friendly terms. I used it to preview Saki's short story, "The Storyteller"
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AP Literature: Satire!
As a genre study in satire, this 33 page unit works towards students’ own original episode of AP Live! (an SNL type sketch show filled with satirical skits). Students will study mentor texts which demonstrate farce, parody, diatribe (or monologue), and political satire. Texts are a combination of mo
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Satire Activity for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Students create a satire of the novel by writing a script. I allowed students to record their satire play with their phones or deliver to class as a play. If you prefer one of those options, you could edit the word document to fit your expectations. Document includes a Prezi that goes over elemen
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Satire, Irony, Parody, and related terms explained
An explainer that defines and describes the tricky elements and relationships of satire and irony and expands those for usage and understanding by AP Comp students. Covers types of irony and many often-misused terms of ironic writing including parody, lampoon, pastiche, and others.
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The Canterbury Tales Unit Plan, Chaucer
In this 3-4 week unit plan for The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer's captivating writing style along with his rich satire and timely themes will captivate even your most reluctant readers. While most may shy away from this classic and complex text, Chaucer's approach and purpose are really connected to to

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100 Literary Elements Vocabulary Word Wall Terms or Flash Cards {EDITABLE}
100 Language Arts Vocabulary, Literary Elements, and Figurative Language Word Wall Terms with Short Definitions... PLUS 10 editable cards!! Created in black and white for easy printing. Easily add color that matches your class decor by printing on colored paper. Print one, two, or four per page for

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Literary Term of the Week
This has 45 literary terms for you to use in your classroom weekly. You can display it weekly on a projector and discuss for maybe a daily bell ringer or exit slip for that week or print it out and give it a designated spot in your classroom. The possibilities are limited by your creativity. This wo
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Student Guide: Writing About Literary Elements & Devices
Accelerate your students' written analysis of literary elements and devices! This printable, 13-page reference guide offers precise, student-friendly definitions, effects, and sentence stems for each of the following devices: Allegory, Alliteration, Allusion, Analogy, Assonance, Caricature, Charact
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Most Used AP English Literary Terms PowerPoint Presentation
This 103-slide PPT presentation covers more than 130 of the most-often-used literary terms found on the Advanced Placement / AP English Language and Composition and AP English Literature and Composition exams. The presentation is also useful for 8-12 grade non- AP / Advanced Placement courses inclu
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Candide Reading Guide (with Answers)
Candide is a satirical work. With this novel, I teach satirical elements; therefore, this reading guide is really a selection of quotations and examples from the text that satirize various topics and ideas. The students must note which satirical element is at work as well as explain what is being sa
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Jane Austen's comic style
This product consists of a 22 minute illustrated talk on video covering various aspects of Jane Austen's writing style and comic technique. These aspects are addressed with examples from 'Persuasion', her other novels and various other illustrations: * Her use of language. * Irony, parody, carica
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English Literary Terms Tests (Two Versions) with Answer Keys (EASY TO MARK)
Here are two versions of a Literary Terms Test for English Students. Most useful to me is that it is EASY TO MARK! The test is divided into three parts: PART I: 6 multiple-choice questions PART II: 21 short answers (often in one word) questions PART III: 8 true/false questions. Overall, the
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"Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde - Humour and Types of Comedy
This lesson focuses on introducing students to the 'four humours' or types of comedy that make Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" such a hilarious play: a) romantic comedy; b) parody; c) satire; d) the comedy of manners. The lesson includes:1) a PowerPoint presentation of the different

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Frankenstein: Classic Film and Novel
This packet supports a comparative study of the novel and classic films such as James Whale Frankenstein, Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein, etc. Previewing consideration points, film critique guidelines, student guide and worksheet on parody / satire, comparison / contrast essay guideline. Takes the cl
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