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16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained by Disney. For instance? There is dramatic irony in the Lion King, as Simba thinks he killed his father, yet the audience knows that Scar really did it. Going to print these out and hang in my classroom

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This FREE product is a complete handout on the elements of rhetoric, and includes definitions and examples of rhetoric (logos, pathos, and ethos), and rhetorical devices (a total of 19, including alliteration, anaphora, antithesis, apostrophe, conduplicatio, euphemism, hyperbole, irony, paralipsis, parallelism, rhetorical question, synecdoche, understatement, and more).

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Irony Note Taking PowerPoint with Guided & Independent Practice

This PowerPoint covers the three types of irony: verbal, situational, and dramatic. Students will first take notes on the terms, definitions, and examples, then review with guided and independent practice. Included: *Note taking PowerPoint with terms, definitions, examples, guided and independent practice *Guided note taking sheet *Usage guide *Common Core standards *Answer key

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pronunciation | (FLOK-si-now-sin-ih-HILL-ip-il-IF-i-CAY-shun)with thanks to | anonymous for pronunciation correctionsubmitted by | Oh you’re mad again [cardigandoesthings] submit words | here

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scuzz (noun): something regarded as disgusting or sordid. Word of the Day for 19 March 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #scuzz

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(pp) Another fine example of liberal media - Personally, I don't think this is the "liberal" media. It's more like media pandering to the lowest common denominator by focusing on non-celebrities, talentless hacks and "heroes" that fail (they're just like us!)

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