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I think it's either "developed" or "developing"
It's not developing, so is it "developed"?
It's probably "underdeveloped"
I just answered my own question
if those are the only two options, then i would go with developed.
yeah i would go with underdeveloped.
underdevelpoed would be the correct answer which you answered yourself;)
thank you....! :)
yeahh, let me know if you need help with anything else.
thank you so much! that's such a sweet offer....! I have so many things to go over it's ridiculous....
me too im behind in english by 6 assignments:( but everything else im good with :)
What do you need help with??
You're good at math? you're in luck because I'm wonderful at English
Okay help me!!! and yes.
oh my gosh lets trade knowledge.....!
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:) okay my question is Ask any stand-up comedian or try your hand at making up a joke and you will see that causing people to laugh takes special skill! Using laughter to find fault with society and thereby encourage change … now that takes an exceptionally shape mind! Assessment Instructions For your assignment, you will analyze an example of satire. You will first find a current satirical piece and analyze it using the graphic organizer like the one completed for you with the Gulliver’s Travels example. Possible Sources of Satire: television shows (ask your teacher for suggestions) humor magazines movies comic strips political cartoons any other appropriate source As you begin your analysis, ask yourself: What human traditions, attitudes, or customs does this piece mock or make fun of? For example, your satire may be making fun of formal government, certain laws, popular trends or fads, or a political leader. If you can answer that question clearly, you can be sure that you have located a satire. Make sure it is not just something funny; recall the difference between satire and comedy. Once you have found your example of satire, begin filling in the Graphic Organizer. You may copy and paste into a document, print and fill in by hand, or make your own organizer with the same criteria. Refer back to our Gulliver’s Travels example to see a Completed Graphic Organizer. Your analysis will be evaluated according to the Grading Rubric for Option B. Whether you choose to create a satire or analyze one, you will see how a good laugh not only changes someone’s mood but also skillfully promotes change in our society. Assignment Lesson Four: Purposeful Mockery Please view the Grading Rubrics for the assignment options before beginning the assignment. Complete the reading for this lesson. Submit your Satire or Satire Analysis in assignment Laughter 04: Purposeful Mockery.
I just got done doing something quite similar to this! Give me one moment to find it! :)
Okayy thank you soooooooooooooo much.
What's the title of the assignment called?
Its called Laughter Lesson Four: Purposeful Mockery.
I've done something so similar to this and I'm having trouble finding it! Let me check my docs.
Okay take your time, theres no rush ill wait as long as it takes:)
I found the document, but I'm not sure if it's what you're looking for. Can you receive Word Docs?
Or I could just copy/paste
Okay u can u that:)
if that's easier? There's a way you can attach a file on here, though.
http://www.theonion.com/articles/paramedics-rush-to-revive-god-following-latest-sui,29990/ Travesty The two pieces I found are both on the same site: www.theonion.com. The initial satirical piece I came across was titled Paramedics Rush to Revive God Following Latest Suicide Attempt. I’m not sure if this is accurate, but it seems like they’re making fun of how God died on the cross for our sins. In the video, the camera man interviews a man who was in charge of taking the man who supposedly hung himself leaving a suicide note saying that God will be taken care of. I find it very humorous even though the topic is covering suicide. The ones being interviewed sound so funny saying how “Lord Our God , Divine Creator and Ruler of the Universe” was allegedly unhappy with his life. I’m sure this type of story could be found as very offensive to many heavy believers, but I can only see the humorous side of this story. http://www.theonion.com/video/romneys-terrifying-google-search-history-leaked,29971/ Socratic irony, hyperbole The second piece I found really caught my attention considering the election is being talked about constantly. First of all, when I see anything titled “leaked” I know it’s going to be hilarious, so I expanded my research. What makes all of these news stories funny is how seriously they’re taken, even though it’s a joke. The story covers what Mitt Romney has been Google searching, so they’re going through all of his Google history which is hysterical. 80% of his searches start with “I demand” so he’s very forceful, or he’s mad at Google! He sure wants answers from Google immediately! It tells you an example of what he’s been searching which is so ridiculously funny because it makes him look like a tool.
yeahh look down from where your typing it will say attach file.
thank you sooooo muchh:) and can u help me with something else??
you're welcome :) what is it?
you might have to hurry! I have to shower & go out shortly.
In this lesson and throughout our unit, we have analyzed how authors and other people can use humor to cause laughter, cope with difficult situations, and illuminate humanity's weaknesses. We have explored how laughter influences life and how we live it. Assessment Instructions Now it is your turn to "hunt for humor" in real life and explore how humor works and how it influences us. Think about your own personal experiences, movies you have seen, books you have read, favorite web sites that you visit, or talk with friends and family about their experiences to identify these devices in action! Your job is to collect 9 examples of humorous devices. This assignment has three parts. Part 1: Finding Examples of Humor Part 2: Explaining the Humor Part 3: Presenting Your Nine Examples of Humor Your project will be graded according to the following Rubric. Check out an Example of one item that could go in a "humor hunt." Happy hunting! Collaboration Opportunity As you learned in the Getting Started area of the course, you will have several collaboration opportunities in the segment. Every student will complete at least one collaboration component to demonstrate his or her 21st century skills. This lesson provides you with a great opportunity to create a product with other students! Creating Your Project Using what you have learned about humor, join at least one classmate to produce a creative project that will make your audience laugh out loud. For this project, you are a professional in the entertainment industry. You can choose any one of the three roles discussed below; your partner(s) should choose a different role. You will work together to create the next hilarious sitcom episode. Based on your interests and strengths, choose one of the roles. Part One: ou may copy and paste, summarize, take a picture, or capture the actual example any way you wish. In your search, be on the lookout for the following humor devices: Verbal Irony Sarcasm Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Hyperbole Understatement Malapropism Pun Oxymoron Make sure you have selected examples that are funny. (The examples should contribute to the humor of the poem, song, commercial, etc.) Variety in Examples In your collection, you need to have examples from the following sources: one poem one newspaper or magazine article one advertisement or commercial one song one greeting card one comic strip The remaining three examples can be from any type of writing that you want—you may use other poems, articles, advertisements, songs, comic strips, and greeting cards, or you may look other places such as books, conversations, personal experiences, web sites, street signs, posters, photos, bumper stickers, movies, music videos, etc. Part 2: In this section of the project you will demonstrate your ability to recognize and analyze humor. For each example you will need to include: summary of the example the type of humorous device the example uses an explanation of whether you think the device is funny or not Your explanations should be written in complete sentences using correct grammar. Part 3: ou may choose to present your examples in a variety of ways—this is your chance to be creative! Some ideas for you: multimedia slide show online posters or scrapbooks images and text using photo editing software collage video Web 2.0 tools
For this project, you are a professional in the entertainment industry. You can choose any one of the three roles discussed below; your partner(s) should choose a different role. You will work together to create the next hilarious sitcom episode. Based on your interests and strengths, choose one of the roles. Option 1: ScreenwriterOption 2: DirectorOption 3: Storyboard Artist The screenwriter is the writer of the script for a television show. If you have a story in mind and love to paint a picture with descriptive writing, then this is the role for you. Writing a script You will be writing a script after collaborating with your partner(s). Together, you will brainstorm the story line and discuss other elements such as characters, setting, conflict, and theme. Your job is to write the script with your partner's input; your partner’s job is to direct or storyboard the film with your input. A script is a document that outlines all elements of a story, including descriptions of visual details, character behavior, and dialogue. In the entertainment industry, a completed script is used by a producer and director to tell the story visually through film. Your script needs to include Once you have a team, develop a project plan that might address the following questions - What ideas do we have for a story line, setting, conflict, characterization, and humor techniques? Which roles will each of us occupy? What is our time frame? What deadlines should we set for each part of the project? How will we communicate? How will we accomplish the task and work together on each part of the project?
The first project is really only something you can come up with.... I know you don't want to hear that
Okay ill try to figure it out i just dont understand haha :)