Wednesday April 1st, 2015
- Collect S/R: discuss connections to essential question
- Satire: What is it?
- Simpsons: watch episode
- Satire work:
- 1. Name type of satire and why? Horatian or Juvenalian
- 2. Methods of satire used: absurdity, exaggeration, understatement, parody, wit or word play, euphemism, irony
- 3. One satirical target (What is the author making fun of?)
4. One necessary change (What does the author want us to change in society—Be specific)
5 What tone does the author use? (Underline verbs that illustrate this tone)
- Ms. Smith spoke about working harder to get homework done and annotating perfect annotations
- We got 3 different hand-outs at the beginning of class
- What responsibilty does a creator have towards its creation?
- At what point does a creation have to be responsible for its own actions?
- Where are extensions to our other pieces
- connections to the real world
- After we spoke about “Stranger Than Fictions” and how Karen took responsibilty for her creation, Harold
- Read BNW Forward -2: Monday, annotate: look for connections to essential question: to what extent does a creator have responsibility towards its creation; at what point does a creation assume responsibility for itself?; questions, extensions to other pieces, annotations- I will be checking :)
- LL 2: due Friday, Satire presentation: Friday on article