Students will be able to effectively apply the elements of satire to their own work.
Students will critique and reflect on each other's videos and complete an exit assessment on the elements of satire.
1. Bell Work: Read for 15 minutes.
- Write down one sentence from your book that you really like. Why do you like it? How does it fit into the rest of your book?
- Find one sentence in the book you are reading without any sensory detail. Write it down. Then, rewrite that sentence to add sensory detail.
3. Submit your Youtube Permission Form to Ms. Floch to publish your video on Youtube.
4. Write a brief reflection on your satire video:
- Briefly describe your project
- Describe your process: Which steps did you take to complete this project?
- What are some difficulties or obstacles you faced and how did you overcome them?
- What skills did you learn from this project?
- What would you do differently next time?
- Which of the following is an example for irony?
b) When your parents ask you how your day at school was, you reply:
“It was the best day ever!”
c) a good example of irony are movies like “The Princess Bride”
d) You saved up all of your money for a new car only for someone to
total it on your first day of driving.
- What is the purpose of satire?
- Write an example of sarcasm.
Turn in bell work and exit slip - Remember, you can type your answers and copy/paste them into the "Contact Me!" tab on this website.
Turn in Youtube Permission Slip