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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL Analyze a case in which grasping a point of view requires distinguishing what is directly stated in a text from what is really meant (e.g., satire, sarcasm, irony, or understatement). CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL
Your favorite store advertises that it has been renovated to make shopping easier. When you stop in, you find that it is like a labyrinth. The aisles are so complicated that you actually have trouble finding your way out.
You wake up in the morning with the conviction that this is going to be a wonderful day. When you step out of the door, you slip on a patch of ice and break both of your legs.
A mother tells her son to clean up the mess in his room. When she checks it later, she finds the floor covered with dirty clothes and cobwebs in the corners. “Great Job!” she proclaims.
As a graduating senior, Stella was voted “most likely to succeed.” Two months after graduation, she is arrested for shoplifting.
A boss orders his employees not to eat or drink at their desks. When his secretary goes into his office to announce the arrival of his 10:00 appointment, she finds him dunking a jelly donut into his coffee.
In the end, proctor’s attempts to take charge fail, and he is the victim of lies and inflexible justice.
The entire process Is based on the talk of children – all lies – aNd the adults that believe them.
Their community is torn apart by conflicts between and among neighbors
In dying, Giles Corey says only two words, “More weight.” he is serious and responsible, “Fearsome,” as proctor says.
Proctor forgets the commandment against the sin that weighs so heavily on his mind.
Elizabeth does lie. A further ironic element is that her efforts to protect john actually condemns him.
The court believes the children to be innocent and truthful when they are actresses and liars. The court believes the honest adults to be lying.
If danforth knows parris to be brainless, why has he given parris so much credibility and authority?
In fact, Elizabeth’s heart is breaking. She acts as she does out of love, not coldness.
By the court rules danforth has upheld, the accused had to lie to save themselves.