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 English 10 Honors
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 • 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)
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 • Draw the following chart into your notebooks:
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. • 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 • 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 • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkWy163k9eA