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Theme 1: Trust and Betrayal Everyday Use The False Gems

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Theme 1: Trust and Betrayal. Everyday Use The False Gems. Literary Terms. Irony. Irony. Irony. Discrepancy between what is expected and what happens. Verbal Irony. Verbal Irony. When a speaker says one thing but means another (similar to sarcasm) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Theme 1: Trust and Betrayal

Theme 1: Trust and BetrayalEveryday UseThe False GemsLiterary TermsIrony


IronyDiscrepancy between what is expected and what happens.Verbal IronyVerbal IronyWhen a speaker says one thing but means another (similar to sarcasm)When a literal meaning is contrary to its intended effectBE QUIET!

Dramatic IronyDramatic IronyListener or audience understand words or actions that the speaker or character does notAdds suspense or humorSenator Palpatine = Evil

4,5,6 (old Star Wars)1,2,3 (new Star Wars)Situational IronySituational IronyWhen the result of an action is contrary to the desired or expected effect

ToneAuthor or speakers viewpoint of a subject

An author uses denotation & connotation to develop tone in writing.Denotation: Literal meaning of a wordConnotation: Associated meaning of a word (often positive or negative)Connotation: Positive or Negative?Self-confident / conceitedStubborn / firmHard-working / workaholicCasual / sloppyUsed car / pre-owned carWarm crackling of a fire / scalding smoke of a fireCharacterizationMethods used to reveal the personality of a characterTypes of CharactersStatic character: does not undergo any important change from the beginning to the end of the storyDynamic character: undergoes a change in attitude, circumstance, or valuesMethods of CharacterizationDirect characterization makes direct statements about characters personalityIndirect characterization reveals a characters personality though:Characters wordsCharacters actionsWhat other characters think about characterWhat other characters say about character

GROUP 1: IronyLook for examples of IRONY and classify them as verbal, dramatic, or situationalGROUP 2: ToneDetermine the speakers TONE toward (1) where Chee lives and (2) where Old Man Fat lives (find examples of connotation in the text).GROUP 3: Direct CharacterizationFind examples of DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION of (1) Chee and (2) Old Man FattGROUP 4: Indirect CharacterizationFind examples of INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION of (1) Chee and (2) Old Man FatGROUP 5: ThemeAnswer the three questions about THEME on page 35