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Turn in your Homework. They couldn’t have forgotten AGAIN!!!. Socratic Reflection & 3-Level Questions. Journal 19: Fairy Tales. Name some of the typical elements of a fairy tale How does the story usually begin? End? What if things went a little differently? What is that called?. Satire.
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Turn in your Homework They couldn’t have forgotten AGAIN!!! Socratic Reflection & 3-Level Questions
Journal 19: Fairy Tales • Name some of the typical elements of a fairy tale • How does the story usually begin? End? • What if things went a little differently? What is that called?
Satire • Any kind of writing or speaking or art that ridicules or mocks some weakness in individuals or in the society. The main weapon of the satirist is laughter.
Satire • The purpose of satire is to critique a person, idea, or institution • The medium of satire is usually humor (including irony and exaggeration) • Humor is like a weapon an author uses to criticize a person, idea, or institution
Irony • 3 Types of Irony • Verbal • Situational • Dramatic • Satire often uses irony, or a contrast between expectation and reality
Verbal Irony • EXAMPLE: A student plays Angry Birds instead of taking notes. Mrs. Dusto says to the student, “I’m sure the hand-eye coordination skills you’re learning are more important than the literary terms I am teaching you.” • Saying one thing but meaning another (being sarcastic)
Situational Irony • EXAMPLE: After sleeping through Mrs. Dusto’s class for 2 weeks and forgetting to bring his copy of Animal Farm to class, a student aces an in-class Animal Farmessay. • A contrast between what would seem appropriate or what we expect to happen and what really happens
Dramatic Irony • EXAMPLE: Mrs. Dusto is hiding in the book room. All the students see her hide…except for the tardy student. The other students tell him to go get a book because they know Mrs. Dusto will scare him. • When the audience or reader knows something important that a character in a play or novel (or movie) does not
Reading with a purposeConnect/ Question/Predict • Make Connections, Question, and Predict as we read • Label 2 parts of the story in which you believe the story is ridiculing or mocking a weakness of the characters or of society as a whole. Example #1 Example #2
Main/Topic Sentences Prompt: How is “The Princess and the Tin Box” satire? __(author)_______ in ________(title)_____________ suggests that X is ___(theme & definition of satire)_____________________________________. __(author)______ in “_____(title)______” ultimately suggests to the reader the idea that ___(theme & definition of satire)_______________________________. In “______(title)_________” _______(author)_________ discusses the idea that __(theme & definition of satire)____________________ . In “__(title)___________," ____(author)_______________ plays with the idea of __________(theme & definition of satire)_____________ . In these sentences, you must paraphrase. You cannot put a quote in your thesis/topic sentence!
Support/Concrete Detail Sentences Prompt: How is “The Princess and the Tin Box” satire? These are for sentences 2 & 5: • X argues that “______________” ( ). • According to X, “_______” ( ). • (Topic), X points out, is “__________” ( ). • (Text title) is focused upon, “_______________” ( ). • (Character)(claims, notes, observes) that “________” ( ). • As X notes, “_____________” ( ). • It can be argued, as X does, that “__________” ( ).
How is “The Princess and the Tin Box” satire? • 1: __(insert topic sentence here) _____________ • 2: __(insert sentence 2 here) ________________ • 3: ______________________________________ • 4: ______________________________________ • 5: __(insert sentence 5 here) ________________ • 6: ______________________________________ • 7: ______________________________________ • 8: ______________________________________ You write the rest. Type it and turn it in to turnitin.com Due Sunday 11/11/12 by midnight
HOMEWORK • “Princess” as satire power paragraph • BLUE 1: DUE SUNDAY 11/11/12 by midnight to Turnitin.com • RED 2: DUE MONDAY 11/12/12 by midnight to Turnitin.com • Access notes about satire on Mrs. Dusto’s wiki
fromJames Thurber’s “The Princess and the Tin Box” • The tin box was placed next to the ruby heart pierced POSp POSp POSe POSe with an emerald arrow. P P C C