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Satire Mini Lesson

A very brief intro to satire
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steven carbone

on 14 June 2012

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Transcript of Satire Mini Lesson

Satire: a piece of writing, performance, or other entertainment, in which topical issues, folly, or evil are held up to scorn by means of ridicule and irony. Satire can be found in books, newspaper columns, plays, on television or movies, and in political cartoons. Parody is often associated with Satire...

It's a humorous or satirical imitation of a serious piece of literature, writing, music, or other forms of media. Here's a parody of Michael Jackson's "Beat It"...
"Eat It," by Weird Al Yankovic ELA Day... In the books!

Today, we'll be having some laughs and learning about SATIRE and PARODY.

Give your brains a break after the test... Now let's take a look at some examples of written satire.
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