For each image - identify as satire or parody and explain ...

SATIRE VS. PARODY Satire vs. Satire ridicules the shortcomings of people or institutions in an attempt to bring about a change.

Satire makes a serious point, usually through humor, while attacking some aspect of society. Satire often uses irony and exaggeration to make its point. Satire can sometimes use parody to make a point (but not all parodies are satire!)

Parody Parody makes fun of another work by imitating some aspect of it. Parody is meant for mocking and does not contain anything serious. Parody is pure entertainment and nothing else. Parody does not intend to

bring about societal change. Parody can make fun of literature, film, advertising, popular culture, etc. You Should Be familiar with Parody Music Weird Al Yankovic Film Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Scary Movie 1, 2, 3, and 4 Not Another Teen Movie Dance Flick Epic Movie And you Probably are familiar with satire Television The Simpsons The Daily Show The Colbert Report

The Tools of Satire and Parody Humor/Wit Hyperbole over exaggeration I have a ton of homework Understatement or Litote Its a bit breezy today (said during a hurricane). A Modest Proposal Verbal irony sarcasm say the opposite of what you mean Puns make a play on the double meaning

of words etc. Caricature over exaggerate a persons features or habits to show how ridiculous they are Lets look at an example of each Satire or Parody? Satir e

Satire or parody? PARODY Satire or Parody? BOTH For each image identify as satire or parody and explain what it is ridiculing and why

Check for understanding Is the following video clip an example of satire or parody? What is being ridiculed here? What is the ultimate goal or purpose of the

video (this answer should help you Teenage Affluenza First discuss as a class the meaning of Affluenza (a combination of Influenza and Affluent). What do you think this film might be about? 1. Identify the main ideas in the film clip 2. What is being criticized or discredited? What do you think the

filmmaker wants changed? 3. Examples of sarcasm? Humor? Irony? Review Satire Are Violent Video Games Preparing Kids for the Apocalypse? 1. Identify the main ideas in the film clip 2. What is being criticized or discredited? What do you think

the filmmaker wants changed? 3. Examples of sarcasm? Humor? Irony? Discuss - Who or what is normally considered the top of the animal/food chain and who/ what might be considered the lowest animal?

Read Twains The Lowest Animal As you read respond to the yellow box questions and consider: What is Twain criticizing here? What are some examples of irony, sarcasm, and humor? What is Twains ultimate goal or purpose here? What does he want us to do/change/fix?

Twains The Lowest Animal Discuss Twains The Lowest Animal Is there any defense for mankind? H.W. Write a one page rebuttal to Twain Defend Mankind! Complete the following phrase with one sentence

War is . . . Discuss as a class Then watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05bnplp TSq8 What does this video suggest/tell us about war? Discuss the title of todays poem War is Kind Objective Identify irony (review term) in War is Kind Examine authors purpose Why/How does the writer use

irony to create/contribute to his satire? What is the effect on the reader? 1. First time through identify any challenging words or ideas (define unknown words on the board) 2. Read again What are the big ideas of each stanza? 3. Respond to the questions in complete sentences focus on what Crane (the poet) is ridiculing and WHY? What needs to be changed

or fixed? War is Kind Read and Respond to the questions War is Kind 1. What is the significance of the title? What do you think Crane is saying about war with this title? How is the title ironic? 2. There are 5 stanzas in the poem. What do stanzas 1,3,5 have in common? What phrases are repeated? Are there any images that are similar in these 3 stanzas? 3. What do stanzas 2 and 4 have in common? How are these stanzas different from the others? Be as specific as possible. 4. In stanza 2 who are the little souls who thirst for fight? Why are they called

little souls? What is Crane saying about the participants of war? 5. Also in stanza 2, what is your interpretation of the phrase These men were born to drill and die. What might this phrase suggest about the value of human life in warfare? 6. In stanza 2, what is the unexplained glory that flies about them? Who are they and why is the glory unexplained (Remember that this is poetry and is open to interpretation, we are not told the answer so any reasonable answer based on the text will work just go with what you think it might be). 7. In stanza 4, what is the tone of the 4th and 5th lines of the stanza? How would you characterize the phrases virtue of slaughter and excellence of killing? 8. What is Crane ridiculing in this poem? What insight or truth is Crane attempting to

communicate to his reader? What needs to be changed or fixed here? Smarter Balance Practice 3. What is Stephen Cranes tone in War is Kind? A. Patriotic B. Bitter C. Hopeful D. Sad 4. Justify your answer to question #3 using evidence from the poem to

support your response. Twains The War Prayer Discuss the irony of the title Predict: What do you think Twains ideas on War are? What will he ridicule in this piece? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRVod4PwQHs Listen to the speech and then respond to the questions. Practice expanding/justifying your response to

previous questions to get ready for the 3 rd quarter benchmark and the smarter balance test. BENIGNANT KINDLY, FRIENDLY, GRACIOUS This is Not Your Fathers Taliban What is the authors stated purpose? What is their true intent? What tools of satire/parody does the writer use? Give examples explain each example Choose 3

Humor how does the writer use humor to make his point? - Hyperbole over exaggeration I have a ton of homework Understatement or Litote Its a bit breezy today (said during a hurricane). A Modest Proposal Verbal irony sarcasm say the opposite of what you mean Reflect on what you have learned

Not everything that is funny is satire; not every criticism is satire. How can you tell when satire IS being used? How does satire cause social, cultural or political change? Cite specific concrete examples for evidence!

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