Lessons for Dramatic Irony

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  • The Legend Of King Arthur - … with the literary genre known as dramatic monologue. You might begin by defining the term: a dramatic monologue is a poem in … styles discussed in the preceding step. Remind students that their dramatic monologues can relate the character's triumphs, failures, joys, and … on the overall quality of a work (e.g., tone, irony, mood, figurative language, allusion, diction, dialogue, symbolism, point of view …
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  • The American Puritan Tradition and Dilemma: Part II - … should students have for this lesson? Dramatic Elements: http://quizlet.com/17972935/dramatic-elements-flash-cards/ (dramatic elements) http://www.slideshare.net/cesvaldez13/7-elements-of-modern-drama(Dramatic elements PPT) http … , characterization, irony, theme, antagonist, protagonist, character, foreshadowing, foil, imagery, setting, symbol, tone, mood) All these terms are available in the Dramatic Elements …
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  • The Ides March on - Caesar Today - … actors take on (voice, accent, mannerism), direction, stage management] for dramatic production that reflects culture, history, and symbolism. 4 03/05 … writing may include creation of an effect (e.g., comedy, irony, suspense, horror, paradox) -WR-H-1.3 Characteristics of literary … actors take on (voice, accent, mannerism), direction, stage management] for dramatic production that reflects culture, history, and symbolism. Connections: Context: Timeline …
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  • the Tell-Tale Heart - … -Tale Heart" Objective: The students will identify theme, character traits, irony, and other literary concepts while reading a short story. The … 2. Pre-Reading: Title, Author, Genre 3. Character Analysis 4. Irony: Dramatic, Situational, Verbal 5. Conflict: Man vs. ____ . 6. Setting C … useful. Assessments: Objective: The students will identify theme, character traits, irony, and other literary concepts while reading a short story. Informal …
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  • Show Don't Tell - … given is that they are "contending," the whole scene comes dramatically alive and we shiver at the implications of this hostile … you free to draw your own conclusions about the comic ironies of the situation. It is an image (a vividly hazy … , the wind is getting up and the temperature will drop dramatically, one guesses. Whatever one thinks of the elegance of the … A the language is trying too hard, perhaps, to be dramatic and becomes melodramatic. It personifies the sun with a character …
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  • Blood Done Sign My Name - … as well as why such misconceptions exist. Students will share dramatic presentations that demonstrate what they have learned. Materials Copies of … an already existing tune. Ensure students understand that while their dramatic interpretations will be creative, the inferences they make must be … different if this were not the case? o The tragic irony was that by the time mainstream white liberals had mastered …
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  • Rhetorical Devices - … the speech written in the previous suggestion. Students choose a dramatic monologue or famous speech and deliver it before an audience … Vocabulary: alliteration anecdote assonance anaphora antithesis apostrophe climax exemplum hyperbole irony metaphor oxymoron parable paradox personification rhetorical question simile thesis Technology … definition. alliteration / anecdote / assonance / anaphora / antithesis / apostrophe / climax / exemplum / hyperbole / irony metaphor / oxymoron / parable / paradox / personification / rhetorical question / simile / thesis ____1 …
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  • A Country Is Born - The American Revolutionary War - … : Literary Terms: genre, narrative poetry, stanza, simile, metaphor, figurative language, irony Vocabulary from "The Highwaymen": torrent, wicket, bonny, tawny, spurred, bound … courage" displayed by the highwayman and Bess is just as dramatic as the characters of Romeo & Juliet and Rose & Jack from … Romeo and Juliet were. Closure: a. Have students identify the irony at the end of "The Highwayman". b. Review the literary …
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  • Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress - … does he alter them to make them politically correct? What ironies are involved in the effort to make peasant culture conform … by the end of the book? 13. What is the irony of Luo and the narrator discovering western literature only when … poignant. • Recounts story of character’s life in a very dramatic manner using voice and mannerisms appropriate to age, station in …
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  • Rabindranath Tagore's The Home and the World - … novel. 3. Students will trace out patterns of romance and irony in this novel. STRATEGIES: Introduction: The Home and the World … in the narrator of this book: justification; self-aggrandizement; reflection; dramatization; creating heroes. Do you see any other motives in their … perspective. These might be read aloud in the class and dramatized. Discussion should ensue. The teacher can ask students to interpret …
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