Lessons for Dramatic Irony

Page 7 of 115 results

  • Exploring the Hypocrisy of American Slavery with Frederick Douglass' What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? - … : Frederick Douglass' Fourth of July Speech , a Podcast including a dramatic reading of excerpts from the speech with historian commentary; available … july-fourth-2/, which includes pieces of the speech read dramatically, interspersed with commentary by historian David Blight. 6. After the … prove that we are men ? 17. Douglass says that scorching irony, not convincing argument is needed in regards to considering those …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Short Story Lesson 5: Irony and "The Necklace" - … include: Give each table group 3 index cards labeled with 'Dramatic', 'Verbal', 'Situational' that they have to hold up to show … change? 3. What needs explanation? * Students enjoy the lesson on irony because it involves twists, surprises, and the unexpected. * Encouraging students … HW * Not sure! * Reinforcement of the difference between Situational and Dramatic for some students * Some of the HW questions are difficult …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Creating Dramatic Monologues From The Grapes Of Wrath - … time to review the elements of dramatic monologue if the form is unfamiliar to students: A dramatic monologue is a type of … of diary-like poems (good model for dramatic monologue). If using primary sources for the dramatic monologues, choose visuals, such as photos … effects of complex literary devices and techniques (e.g., tone, irony, mood, figurative language, allusion, diction, dialogue, symbolism, point of view …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Unit for Red Badge of Courage - … had seen death before. Why did this have such a dramatic effect upon him? Chapter 8 1. What contrasting images are … for both the reader and the youth? 2. Define irony? What irony does the youth see in his own actions at the … early conversation between the youth and the loud soldier, what irony does there seem to be in the description 'loud' continuing … and background different? How are they the same? 8. Define irony. Give one example of where it occurs. Section 3 Longer …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Unit for Red Badge of Courage - … had seen death before. Why did this have such a dramatic effect upon him? Chapter 8 1. What contrasting images are … for both the reader and the youth? 2. Define irony? What irony does the youth see in his own actions at the … early conversation between the youth and the loud soldier, what irony does there seem to be in the description 'loud' continuing … and background different? How are they the same? 8. Define irony. Give one example of where it occurs. Section 3 Longer …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Writing Funny - … humorous. Consider using the elements discussed during class, such as irony, metaphor, and hyperbole. Interdisciplinary Connections: Global History- Research the history … ; Knows how culture affects the content and production values of dramatic performances Language Arts Standard 8- Demonstrates competence in speaking and … ; Knows how culture affects the content and production values of dramatic performances Behavioral Studies Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • The Sunflower (Holocaust curriculum) - … the greater the odds of dying. • Review the meaning of Irony: Incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs • In what ways is camp life filled with ironies? The SS orchestra leader cries when he hears a beautiful … many of the cultural advantages of success. Germany has undergone dramatic change. With the rise of Hitler in 1933, there has … those that need him. It is now 1938 in Germany. Dramatic changes are called for in the life of the Rosenstein …
    User Rating:
  • The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave - … , a fellow educator, or perhaps even a dramatic student) to dress as Douglass and dramatically perform the speech for the class as … join you in joyous anthems, were inhuman mockery and sacrilegious irony. Do you mean, citizens, to mock me by asking me … Independence Day speaker, says Douglass is mere "mockery and sacrilegious irony." So for his Bible-reading audience, Douglass employs one of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave - … , a fellow educator, or perhaps even a dramatic student) to dress as Douglass and dramatically perform the speech for the class as … join you in joyous anthems, were inhuman mockery and sacrilegious irony. Do you mean, citizens, to mock me by asking me … Independence Day speaker, says Douglass is mere "mockery and sacrilegious irony." So for his Bible-reading audience, Douglass employs one of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Day Two: The Most Dangerous Game and Foreshadowing - … more abstract manner. • Teacher goes into depth further on what irony is when discussing the last reader response question. Teacher asks … states that foreshadowing is one of the most effective and dramatic tools that authors use in literary works. She then challenges … students to not understand the concepts of characterization, foreshadowing, or irony, the teacher will review these concepts and have students determine …
    User Rating:
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.