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Irony, Satire, & Parody Lesson: Complete Teaching Pack
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
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Literary Terms/Devices – 19 Weekly Lectures, Bell-Ringers or Flipped Content
Welcome to Lit. Term Tuesday – an easy way to start your class each Tuesday (or whatever day you want) with a high-interest bell-ringer lecture featuring classic literary devices paired with modern, pop-culture examples with which your students are certain to identify. (These literary device lecture
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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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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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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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Intro to Rhetoric PPT
This PPT outlines the strategies used in rhetoric. I use this PPT in conjunction with a handout that lists the most commonly used rhetorical devices, which has the detailed definitions of each term. This productive is most effective when combined with that handout or when students are already famili
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Literary Terms PowerPoint
Literary Terms PowerPoint introduces students to the literary terms used in writing for how to show, not just tell, about details.PowerPoint slide titles include: Allegory, Alliteration, Allusion, Analogy, Characterization, Conflict, Diction, Foreshadowing, Figurative Language, Hyperbole, Imagery,
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