7 2. Context: statement may contradict the environment It’s a beautiful day to go to the beach!!Looks great
8 3. Vocal Cues: how you say something “thanks”Pulling-out a word: well excuuuuuse me!Saying exciting words with no emotion:WowGreatYayUsing a lower pitch to indicate sarcasmHigh pitch: “GREAT idea!” (sincere)Lower pitch: “Yea, great idea” (sarcasm)
11 Examples- What do they really mean? “Nice job dropping the ball during practice today!”Not actually complimenting you on your skills but saying you didn’t do a good job; might be trying to make you feel bad
12 Example- What does it really mean? “I’m glad you are standing there. Don’t feel like you need to help or anything”- Means he would like you to help him with whatever he is doing
13 Examples: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qzeflmJvEU (TBBT) (Penny gets Sheldon sick)(examples of VI & sarcasm)
14 Show Me Sarcasm1. Come up with a scenario/situation: providing characters, setting, actions occurring- Provide a sarcastic comment about what is occurring
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