Lessons for Dramatic Irony

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  • Tableaux tour of texts - … ). interpreting literary devices such as allusion, symbolism, figurative language, flashback, dramatic irony, dialogue, diction, and imagery. understanding the importance of tone, mood … literary devices such as allusion, symbolism, figurative language, flashback, dramatic irony, situational irony, and imagery and explaining their effect on the work of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Short Story Unit Group Reports - … example from the story. Identify the type of irony as explained below. Verbal irony: Does a character say one thing and mean another? Situational irony: Does something happen in the story that is the opposite of what the reader expected to happen? Dramatic irony: Does …
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  • Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair: Analyzing Language in Macbeth - … , literature, William Shakespeare, character analysis, dialogue, technology, presentation, movie, cartoon, dramatic literature, ambition, fate, close reading Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson … (use of connotation, denotation, tone, mood, theme, symbolism, metaphor, simile, dramatic irony,) develops the author's purpose, tone, and theme found in … some of the following literary terms: Tone, Mood, Theme, Symbolism, Dramatic Irony, Tragedy, Iambic Pentameter, Blank verse, foreshadowing. background knowledge of William …
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  • You are now entering the human heart - … ; Inferring Writing: Poem Vocabulary: Analogies Grammar/Language: Semicolons Listening/Speaking: Dramatic Reading Life Skills: Collaborating Collaboration: Literature Groups; Performing BEFORE READING … read and analyze a Yoruba folktale * To identify and analyze dramatic irony * To write a paragraph about excuses Skills Reading/Thinking: Recognizing … behind the actions of characters * To write an analysis of irony Skills Reading/Thinking: Inferring; Evaluating; Comparing and Contrasting Writing: Letter …
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  • Romeo and Juliet: The Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2) - … balcony scene) through translating the original text and preparing a dramatic presentation of the scene for the class. Writing and English … .L.5.1 Interpret figures of speech (e.g. verbal irony, puns) in context. 8.L.5.2 Use the relationship … ). interpreting literary devices such as allusion, symbolism, figurative language, flashback, dramatic irony, dialogue, diction, and imagery. understanding the importance of tone, mood …
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  • Making Myths: The West in Public and Private Writings - … students look up the definition of "irony" and then discuss with them the term "dramatic irony." Ask them to record in their reading … may be shared in class. Have students recreate, in a dramatization, a meeting of the "respectable" citizens of Poker Flats, discussing …
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  • Do you really believe in magic? - … how a theme is universal. examining how elements such as irony and symbolism impact theme. Objective 4.03: Analyze the ideas … literary devices such as allusion, symbolism, figurative language, flashback, dramatic irony, situational irony, and imagery and explaining their effect on the work of …
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  • A matter of identity: Writing an extended metaphor poem - … how a theme is universal. examining how elements such as irony and symbolism impact theme. Goal 5: The learner will demonstrate … literary devices such as allusion, symbolism, figurative language, flashback, dramatic irony, situational irony, and imagery and explaining their effect on the work of …
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  • Merely Players | Shakespeare Uncovered - … Shakespeare Uncovered to explore one of the playwright's signature dramatic elements, the use of role-playing and disguise. (This lesson … 's lesson will involve exploring one of Shakespeare's signature dramatic elements - role playing and disguise - in action. Tell students that … like this so entertaining and engaging for an audience? (The dramatic irony of the situation pulls in the audience, especially when Cesario …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Merely Players | Shakespeare Uncovered - … Shakespeare Uncovered to explore one of the playwright's signature dramatic elements, the use of role-playing and disguise. (This lesson … 's lesson will involve exploring one of Shakespeare's signature dramatic elements - role playing and disguise - in action. Tell students that … like this so entertaining and engaging for an audience? (The dramatic irony of the situation pulls in the audience, especially when Cesario …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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