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Exit Ticket from yesterday

Exit Ticket from yesterday. How powerful is religion/church in our country today?. When the outcome is the opposite of what is expected Examples: A fire station burns down It rains on the one day you forgot to bring your umbrella A marriage counselor files for divorce

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Exit Ticket from yesterday

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  1. Exit Ticket from yesterday How powerful is religion/church in our country today?

  2. When the outcome is the opposite of what is expected • Examples: • A fire station burns down • It rains on the one day you forgot to bring your umbrella • A marriage counselor files for divorce • A pilot has a fear of heights Situational Irony

  3. Conversation What are two examples of situational irony?

  4. Frame Narrative • A story that sets the foundation to connect secondary stories • Stories within the story

  5. Frame Story

  6. Frame Story

  7. Frame Story

  8. Narrative StructureFrame Narrative of The Canterbury Tales

  9. At the Tabard Inn in Southwark, near London, the narrator joins a company of twenty-nine pilgrims.

  10. They are all traveling to the shrine of the martyr Saint Thomas Becket in the town of Canterbury.

  11. The pilgrims come from diverse backgrounds. They include a Knight, Monk, Merchant, Carpenter, Wife, Pardoner, and Tapestry-Weaver, among others.

  12. The pilgrims already enjoy telling each other stories. The host suggests that each pilgrim will tell a story, in a makeshift competition. Whomever he judges to be the best storyteller will be the winner and receive a meal at the tavern when they return from the trip.

  13. The Canterbury Tales is a collection of those 24 stories. Each pilgrim’s story starts with a prologue to introduce the character.

  14. Write a response: • How is The Pardoner’s Prologue an example of situational irony? • Describe the character traits of the Pardoner. What does the prologue tell us about Chaucer’s opinion of pardoners?

  15. Modern-Day Pardoners Who are some different types of people that could be considered a modern-day pardoner? (con-artists that deceive you to get something, such as money)

  16. The Camelback Tales • Write a narrative about one of the following: • The Freshman’s Tale • The Security Guard’s Tale • The Principal’s Tale • The Teacher’s Tale

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