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 Review definition of Satire  “Let’s Hear It for the Cheerleaders” Activity 3.16 pp. 227+  Elements of Satire chart  Activity 3.17 OBJECTIVE: Students.

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2  Review definition of Satire  “Let’s Hear It for the Cheerleaders” Activity 3.16 pp  Elements of Satire chart  Activity 3.17 OBJECTIVE: Students will identify the elements of satire in a text. Analyze how an author uses humor to develop a position. Students will determine tone in a satirical essay.

3 Every team needs a white board, a marker, and an eraser!!

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14  Share one example of humor you identified.  Create a chart like the one below.  Come up with the best five examples of humor and write them in the left column.  Determine the technique the author is using and write that in the center column. Hint: There could be more than one technique at play.  Then, determine the implied message and write it in the right column. HUMOROUS PASSAGEHUMOROUS TECHNIQUES IMPLIED MESSAGE “perhaps with some razor wire and a warning sign saying ‘Danger: Cheerleaders Ahead’: hyperboleSuggests cheerleaders are dangerous and must be contained in order to keep everyone safe

15  What does TONE mean?  #1 on page 231: What is a tone word that characterizes the entire piece?  #3 on page 231: What is your evidence? Provide a specific example from the text and explain how that example conveys the tone word you listed for #1.  #2 on page 231: Identify and explain an example of irony. (Do this one if there is time.)


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