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Christmas Activities Winter Holiday Parody and Satire Song Exercise
CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW. Christmas and the winter holiday season have wonderful traditions, including festive holiday songs and carols. This unique, engaging lesson plan uses favorite Winter holiday songs to facilitate students' understanding of parody and satire. Students will listen and sing alon
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Holiday Christmas Activities Bundle: Close Read, Argument, Poetry, Parody
All my winter holiday activities bundled together for big savings. Over 150 slides and 45 pages of material. Close Reading "Defending Scrooge", Poetry Analysis, Song Parodies, Argument Analysis "Is Santa Real". Read detailed descriptions below for this diverse bundle of holiday themed activites.
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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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Rhetorical Devices Handout
This document includes definitions and examples for 22 rhetorical devices and 9 common logical fallacies. Used in conjunction with my Intro to Rhetoric PPT. Terms covered: paradox, point of view, tone, understatement, anaphora, metaphor, qualifiers, allusion, discourse, connotation, denotation, par
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Teaching Parody using the book "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs"
During a satire and parody unit that I teach in 10th grade English, I use the children's book "The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs" by Jon Scieszka to help my students understand the idea of parody and the rhetorical devices used in it. I first have the students read over the original telling of the
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Analyzing Parody: Cooperative Assignment
Students will analyze the original written work of their classmates, focusing on what the purpose of their classmates writing was and how the writer used humor to add to the satirical nature of the work. In addition, students are asked to turn their classmates News Article Satirical Parody into a p
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Thanksgiving Activities Black Friday Non-Fiction Satire Close Reading
CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW. Getting students to read informational text can be trying, but analyzing humorous, satirical viewpoints on shopping on Black Friday will be a great way to spark their interest. The new Common Core State Standards place a greater emphasis on critical thinking and implementing
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Intro to Satire Guided Notes in Cornell Notes Format & PowerPoint
This product contains four items all with the purpose of introducing different terms associated with satire to students with examples that students can work through. 1) Satire PowerPoint: This PowerPoint gives definitions and examples through images for 9 satirical tools including verbal irony, dra
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Thanksgiving Activities Non-Fiction Analyzing Satire Close Reading
CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW. Getting students to read informational text can be trying, but analyzing humorous, satirical viewpoints on the Thanksgiving holiday will be a great way to spark their interest. The new Common Core State Standards place a greater emphasis on critical thinking and implementing
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Thanksgiving Activities Non-Fiction Analyzing Satire Close Reading Bundle
CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW. Getting students to read informational text can be trying, but analyzing humorous, satirical viewpoints on the Thanksgiving holiday and Black Friday will be a great way to spark their interest. The new Common Core State Standards place a greater emphasis on critical thinking
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Satire: Black Mirror (Nosedive)
As part of a satire unit, students view the Black Mirror episode, Nosedive, on Netflix. While they are watching, students complete the viewing guide to track satire techniques (exaggeration, incongruity, reversal, parody) and answer thought provoking questions, which will fuel a later class discuss
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Full 5-Day Parody Unit, incl. two paired text sets + unit test
This product contains one 22 pg PDF file that contains my entire unit on Parody: 4 original products and a link to a free lesson that I don't own. Activities include two paired text readings of high interest to young people, including online fads and video games, a Youtube link walkthrough of parodi
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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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Satire: Swift, Colbert, and Freeganism
What's for dinner? This is a great unit for a senior composition or university basic level composition course. It blends Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal," with a humorous Colbert Report segment on the "dangers" of feeding the homeless.The unit further discusses the issue of hunger in America wi
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Serial Podcast Full Unit Plan
Updated!!!Now includes how to create your own evidence board!This is an entire Unit Plan for the Serial Podcast by This American Life. Included in this bundle is:1. Overview of goals and outline of plan for each episode 2. Handouts and answer keys for Episodes 1-123. Assessments including: -
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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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Serial Podcast Episode 9-12 Bundle
Handouts and answer keys for Episodes 9-12 28 Slide Power Point that includes: - Goals - Discussion questions - Connections to literature - Elements of a podcast - Race as it affects the courtroom and narration (articles for activity included/links included) - Parody and Satire -
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Serial Episode 12: What We Know
The final episode of Serial has listeners waiting for what, if any ending, Koenig will provide about Adnan Syed. This bundle wraps up episode 12 and the entire podcast. Goals for this podcast include: •Understand and evaluate Serial for its ability to achieve poetic justice •Explain the power of med
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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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Guide to Understanding a Novel Google Drive Digital Resource #TpTDigital
Identifying the elements of a novel is a skill that will help your student gain appreciation for the books that they read. Once they are proficient in identifying the elements in this lesson, it will be easy for them to discuss and write about the novels they are assigned or those they choose to re
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Basic Literary Terms
The Basic Literary Terms Bundle contains everything you need to introduce your high-school students to 50 essential literary terms: a terms list with definitions, an exercise designed to tie definitions to real-world examples, an interactive flashcard-style exercise to practice memorizing definition
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