Lesson Plans
English 2 1st Q 13.14 Lesson Plans
Week: 09/16/2013 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
Satire--definitions: purpose: a humorous attack on a famous person or institution; construction: often a cartoon, often made with verbal irony, hyperbole, parody, understatement; example: Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal", spell/vocab list, definitions, sentence blanks, questions; read the work, questions

Irony--review quiz

Computer lab--revise spell/vocab ("Lamb to the Slaughter") story, Hickenlooper summary, Necklace paragraph

Spell/vocab ("A Modest Proposal")--review questions; use the words in story blanks, use the words in an original story

Satire--further definition: to attack--point out as silly/ridiculous (policy/behavior), to effect social/political change; see powerpoint, see portlandia episodes, see SNL global warming skit; find satirical political cartoons in newspapers, explain: who's being attacked, what's the attackers want

Spell/vocab ("A Modest Proposal")--review story blanks handout

Computer lab--finish "A Modest Proposal" word list story, revise Hickenlooper summary, revise Necklace paragraph

Satire--read "Zero Tolerance for Sober Driving", do take home quiz

Shakespeare video--continue "Much Ado About Nothing", themes: the war is over, what happens now

Satire--review "Zero Tolerance for Sober Driving", quiz