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Bell-ringer 2/G4: vocabulary review. Draw a large circle into your notebook and slice it into four pieces. Copy the following synonyms and match them to your vocabulary words in each slice. lazy - idle - sluggish - slothful - slack. guess - presumption – assumption.

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Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review

Bell-ringer 2/G4: vocabulary review

  • Draw a large circle into your notebook and slice it into four pieces. Copy the following synonyms and match them to your vocabulary words in each slice.

  • lazy - idle - sluggish - slothful - slack.

  • guess - presumption – assumption.

  • arrogant - proud - supercilious –uppish.

  • amiable - kind - polite - friendly- courteous


Satire and parody analysis of don quixote

Satire and Parody Analysis of Don Quixote

English 10 Honors


What is satire

What is satire?

  • Satire is a type of humorous writing that ridicules the shortcomings of people/institutions.

  • It is an attempt to bring about a change.

  • Satire ranges from gentle mockery to harsh condemnation.

What is satirical about this cartoon?


The characteristics and examples of satire

The characteristics and examples of Satire

  • Ingredients in Satire

  • 1. Humor

  • 2. Criticism

  • 3. A moral voice (there must be some sort of moral to the satire)

  • 4. Irony/Sarcasm

  • Examples of Satire

  • 1. Parody

  • 2. Caricature

  • 3.Hyperbole/understatement

  • 4.Utopia(nism)

  • 5.Dystopia(nism)


Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review

Parody = a work of literature that mimics another work of literature, usually as a way of criticizing it.

  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail

  • Austin Powers

  • Scary Movie/Epic Movie

  • Gulliver’s Travels

  • Don Quixote

  • Wicked


Independent activity

Independent Activity

  • Draw the following chart into your notebooks:


Cartoon one what is the point of this satirical cartoon

Cartoon One: what is the point of this satirical cartoon?


Cartoon two what is the satirical point

Cartoon Two: what is the satirical point?


Cartoon three what is the satirical point made in this cartoon

Cartoon Three: what is the satirical point made in this cartoon?


Movie clip

Movie Clip

  • http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/38474556/ns/today-entertainment/t/will-ferrells-top-saturday-night-live-skits/#.UOYg8Hf4KSo


Turn to page 828 in your textbook

Turn to page 828 in your textbook.

  • Copy the following spider-web chart into your notebooks and title it author study: Miguel de Cervantes.

  • In groups of two, identify 6 facts from each sub-section on pages 828-829.


Homework and reminders

Homework and reminders

  • Complete Don Quixote Part I Chapter One for homework along with the comprehension questions.

  • Questions will be collected on Monday

  • Quiz: Tuesday on satire/parody and Don Quixote.


Don quixote

Don Quixote

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkWy163k9eA


Vocabulary review

Vocabulary Review

Identify the following vocabulary words by filling in the spaces. Copy the definitions

  • 1. H_ _ _ hty: arrogantly superior

  • 2. In _ _ _ _ _ _: wanting to avoid activity

  • 3. Sc_ _ _i _ ize: examine or inspect closely.

  • 4. A_ _a _ _ e: friendly, good-natured.

  • 5. C _ nj _ _ _ _ _ _: an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incorrect information.

    Define the remaining vocabulary words using a dictionary.


Announcements and agenda

Announcements and Agenda

  • Announcements:

  • 1. Interactive notebooks

  • 2. Vocabulary Quiz January 14th

  • 3. Textbooks are needed for next 2 weeks.

  • Agenda

  • 1. Vocabulary

  • 2.Review of class rules and calendar for G4

  • 3. Benchmark celebrations


Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review1

Bell-ringer 2/G4: vocabulary review

  • Draw a large circle into your notebook and create “five slices to your pizza” Copy the following synonyms and match them to your vocabulary words in each slice.

  • examine - investigate - inspect – scan.

  • lazy - idle - sluggish - slothful - slack.

  • guess - presumption – assumption.

  • arrogant - proud - supercilious –uppish.

  • amiable - kind - polite - friendly- courteous


Bell ringer 3 g4 vocabulary review

Bell-ringer 3/G4: vocabulary review

  • Copy the following sentences and complete them using the vocabulary bank.

  • A. HaughtyC. Incongruous

  • B. InfatuationD. Indolent

  • E. interminableF. Ingenuity

  • 1. There was a __________sight of water next to a vast desert.

  • 2. Lauren could be a real ' prima donna ' and very ___________at times but she was very much loved.

  • 3. I was looking for an interior designer of great __________to decorate my new house.


Announcements and agenda1

Announcements and Agenda

  • 1. Quiz on Satire/parody/Don Quixote (general comprehension) = tomorrow!

  • 2. Quiz On Vocabulary = Monday

  • 3. Comprehension Questions due for Don Quixote = end of class Monday.

  • 4. Textbook grade today.


Bell ringer 4 g4 vocabulary review

Bell-ringer 4/G4: vocabulary review

  • Copy the following sentences and complete them using the vocabulary bank.

  • A. scrutinizeB. indolent

  • C. AffableD. conjecture

  • Betty was such an _________ person that everyone went to her for advice.

  • During an inspection, a car is ____________ for any possible mechanical issues.

  • His _______________ about the cause of the accident was inaccurate and unfounded.

  • His __________ attitude towards getting the assignment done left him with a mountain of homework over the weekend.


Announcements and agenda2

Announcements and Agenda

  • Announcements

  • 1. For homework: print off a copy of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” it is under syllabi and assignments on Teacher Web.

  • 2. Vocabulary Quiz = Monday

  • 3. Comprehension questions part 1 due at end of class today.

  • Agenda

  • 1. Quiz on satire/parody/Don Quixote part 1

  • 2. Chapter 7 and Chapter 8.


Copy the following questions into your notebook title the page don quixote chapter 7 8

Copy the following questions into your notebook: title the page Don Quixote Chapter 7 & 8

  • 1. Why do the residents burn Quixote’s books?

  • 2. What reason does the housekeepers give to Quixote when he questions the whereabouts of his library?

  • 3. Why does Sancho Panza agree to become Don Quixote’s squire?

  • 4. How is Quixote’s madness evident in Chapter 8?

  • 5. How is Don Quixote an example of a satire? (think about what is being criticized)


Exit ticket writing prompt

Exit ticket: writing prompt

  • Write a short, one paragraph story in the shoes of Don Quixote: imagine that you stumbled upon a football game or a car wash. What would you think? What would you do? (remember to include humor)


Bell ringer 5 final review of vocabulary

Bell-ringer 5: final review of vocabulary

  • Copy and match the vocabulary words for today’s quiz to the sentences/definitions:

  • 1. to be out of place is to be ____________

  • 2. to have an arrogant, supercilious attitude is to be _____________

  • 3. To be clearly stated is to be ____________

  • An endless meeting can be described as ______________

  • 5. Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da’Vinci, and Mark Zuckerberg can all be described as having __________.

  • 6. To be lazy is to be ____________

  • 7. To examine thoroughly is to _____________.

  • 8. An assumption is also a ________________

  • 9. A friendly person can be described as ___________

  • 10. To have an obsession and passion for something or someone is to have an ______________ with them.


Announcements and agenda3

Announcements and Agenda

  • Today:

  • Vocabulary review

  • Vocabulary quiz

  • Silent, independent reading of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”

  • Answering questions for Homework (due tomorrow)

  • Announcements:

  • You will not need your book until Friday.

  • Part II questions for Don Quixote need to be completed.

  • Triston, Shatavia and Russell see me at end of class (make up work)


During and after quiz

During and after Quiz

  • Talking = a zero on your quiz

  • You may write on the quiz.

  • When you have completed the quiz, place it in the black tray

  • Silently read Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”

  • With a highlighter, highlight sentences that cause you to question the speaker.


Swift s literary position and works

Swift’s Literary Position and Works

one of the greatest masters of English prose.

  • a master satirist.

  • Even today, he is still regarded as a national hero in Ireland.

  • Gulliver’s Travels (1726), his greatest satiric work


Biography

Biography

  • 1667-1745

  • Born in Ireland

  • Family had important connections, but little wealth.

  • Educated

  • Worked as a secretary.


Swift s concerns in his works

Swift’s Concerns in his Works

  • Moral attributes

  • Swift was a man of great moral integrity and social charm. He had a deep hatred for all the rich oppressors and a deep sympathy for all the poor and oppressed.

    • Human nature

  • His understanding of human nature is profound. In his opinion, human nature is seriously and permanently flawed. To better human life, enlightenment is needed, but to redress it is very hard. He intends not to condemn but to reform and improve man nature and human institutions, there is often an under or overtone of helplessness and indignation.


  • Bell ringer 6 copy everything below

    Bell-ringer 6: Copy everything below.

    * An infinitive phrase will begin with an infinitive [to + simple form of the verb]. It will include objects and/or modifiers. Here are some examples:

    To smash a spider

    To kick the ball past the dazed goalie

    • Copy and correct sentences 1 and 2 below:

    • 1. Guilliver’s Travels was meant to in the form of a fanciful story satirize English beliefs and practices.

    • 2. As Jonathan Swift points out, it is difficult to even when the evidence is overwhelming convince some people.


    Announcements and agenda4

    Announcements and Agenda

    • Today:

    • Homework check

    • Reading and discussion of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”

    • Group Work on Jonathan Swift

    • Announcements:

    • You will need your book Friday.

    • Part II questions for Don Quixote need to be completed.

    • Triston, Shatavia and Russell see me at end of class (make up work)


    On the back of your focus questions

    On the back of your focus questions…

    • Write the following questions:

    • 1. What is this essay about?

    • 2. What is the difference between the speaker and the author?

    • 3. How does the speaker feel about the poor and the children of the poor?

    • 4. What does the author do for a living?


    Analyzing tone

    Analyzing tone…

    • 1. What is tone?

    • 2. List words to describe the tone. How does his tone change from the first paragraph to paragraph 6?


    Reading comprehension questions for discussion

    Reading Comprehension Questions for discussion

    • 1. “A Modest Proposal” is an ironic essay: the author deliberately writes what he does not mean. What is the real thesis? Is there more than one?

    • (what is a thesis? **)


    Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review

    • 2. A clear difference exists between Swift and the persona who makes this proposal. Characterize the proposer.

    • 3. Would it be possible to read this essay as a serious proposal?


    Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review

    4.Look closely at paragraphs 4, 6, and 7, and study how the appeals to logic are put in mathematical and economic terms. Underline those words and phrases.

    5. Irony: when does the essay become ironic?


    Bell ringer activity 7

    Bell-ringer Activity 7

    An infinitive phrase will begin with an infinitive [to + simple form of the verb].

    To smash a spider

    To kick the ball past the dazed goalie

    • Copy and correct sentences 1 and 2 below:

    • 1. Guilliver’s Travels was meant to in the form of a fanciful story satirize English beliefs and practices.

    • 2. As Jonathan Swift points out, it is difficult to even when the evidence is overwhelming convince some people.


    Announcements and agenda5

    Announcements and Agenda

    • You will need your textbook tomorrow!!

    • All cell phones and extra curricular reading needs to be put away. It is leading to missed opportunities.

    • Agenda

    • Connecting “A Modest Proposal” to a non-fiction article (understanding satire and speaker vs. author)

    • Analysis and discussion of parody

    • Parody projects.


    Reading and analysis of a modern satire

    Reading and analysis of a modern satire.

    • “Prison overcrowding Solution Creates Controversy in Alabama”

    • Read the article and copy/answer the following questions:

    • 1. State the problem in the article:

    • 2. State the solution: how is this solution impractical and ludicrous?

    • 3. Who is the author satirizing? How do you know this?


    Writing prompt 15 minutes

    Writing Prompt: 15 minutes

    Select a topic from below that is a controversial issue in our society:

    • Video games and violence

    • Gang violence

    • Obesity

    • Immigration

      Write a two paragraph prompt proposing an outrageous solution to one of the problems below. As you write, use a satirical approach to your essay.


    Extend your writing prompt

    Extend your writing prompt…

    • In a third paragraph, connect how your writing prompt is similar to Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” and the spoof.com news article.

    • Think about...

    • Who the authors (such as Swift) are really satirizing.

    • How the authors are satirizing this individual: how is he presenting him?


    Analysis of parody

    Analysis of Parody

    • Review: what is a parody?

    • Observe both videos and determine how the second video is a parody of the first. What is the video making fun of?

    • Copy the chart below and write your responses in each:


    Bell ringer 2 g4 vocabulary review

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu6HJDYWf68

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIb6AZdTr-A


    After the videos

    After the videos…

    • Complete your charts.

    • Discussion

    • Distribution of group projects:

    • You must have the permission slip signed by a parent/guardian to participate in the project.

    • You will be given the rest of the class time to brainstorm for your skit.


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