"I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” - Groucho Marx
“The problem with common sense is that most people are morons.” - The Sarcasm Society
Sarcasm can be witty, but in the school environment it can be hurting. Teach your students to recognise sarcasm and to be careful with its use.
This is a starter pack of humour worksheets centred around the topic of Sarcasm.
- Irony v Sarcasm
- Sarcasm Detector
- Sarcasm as Verbal Bullying
- Groucho Marx and his form of Sarcasm
- Comparing Sarcasm with being Sincere
- Plotting types of Sarcasm on the Nasty v Nice scale, and the Funny v not Funny scale
... and more
15 pages, 1 week duration
Being really funny means you need to have a humor attitude. These worksheets shows Middle School students how to develop a humor attitude.
The worksheets highlight the difference between being the ‘class clown’ or local ‘nitwit’, and focusses on looking at life with a sense of humor - using the lens of laughs.
My classes really enjoy the focus I have on humor - I’m sure yours will too.
Great activities and strategies for anyone wanting to let more humor in to their life.
17 pages in total including an answer key where necessary.
Learn more about the author at [Malcom Brown]http://malcombrown.com.au/)
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