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Satire and Parody: Using The Onion's short "Idiot Tornado" video
A unit on Satire and Parody is not complete without something from The Onion. "Idiot Tornado Tears Harmlessly Through Empty Field" is an amusing 50-second video that features words with strong connotations, irony, and social commentary that is playfully satiric. This would augment a study of Animal
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Satire and Parody-Interactive Lesson
Students will be able to define and identify satirical works and evaluate the satirical value of parodies. Each page invites your learner to interactive with the subject to engage the information. Lessons use audio, animation, virtual manipulatives and other engaging experiences. Our Lessons are
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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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Introduction to Satire Prezi
This Prezi is an introduction to satire that students will love. It breaks down satire in simplistic terms and answers questions such as: Who uses satire? Where would one see satire? What is the difference between satire and parody? In addition to answering questions such as these, this Prezi pro
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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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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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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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