Satire – IELTS Speaking practice
Satire – IELTS Speaking Practice
Remaining Time to the Class
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- Class Time: Wednesday, August 10th, 2016, 9:00 to 10:00 pm (Iran)
- This FREE class is held on Skype. Add the teacher on Skype with this Skype ID: hariri.mhha — Skype Name: Hossein Hariri
- Your assignments that MUST be completed 24 hours before the class, i.e. until Tuesday, 9:00 pm (Iran):
- You will be removed from the Skype group if you miss the deadline for your assignments.
Related Idioms and Expressions:
- Biting Satire: A type of satire that is so straightforward and serious
- Irony: An amusing and strange situation in which the opposite of what you expect takes place.
- Sarcasm: The use of remarks which clearly mean the opposite of what they say, and which are made in order to hurt someone’s feelings or to criticize something in an amusing way
- Satirist: An artist who writes satire
- Satirize: To use satire to make people see someone’s or something’s faults
Please take an either positive or negative position to the statement below. You cannot be neutral. If all students have the same idea, the teacher will play devil’s advocate to have a heated argument.
Satire is a more valuable artistic work in comparison to comedy.
What is so satirical about the photo below:
Reaching a Conclusion:
- At the end of each session, we try to come to an informed conclusion on the selected issue.
- The students are expected to take notes during the class and use their notes to reach a conclusion at the end of each session in around 2 minutes.
Call for Feedback: