Lessons for Dramatic Irony

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  • Heart Of Darkness - … other lands controlled them. Then ask students to write imaginary dramatic scenes that could have taken place in the colonies they … of Darkness . Links Heart of Darkness - The Radio Adaptation A dramatization you can listen to over the Internet. The script is … 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 Odyssey - … or more characters. They will convert that section into a dramatic scene and act it out. 2. Go over with the class the following important elements of a dramatic scene: The script of a scene must contain both dialogue … may take them to dead ends - and rethink how to dramatize the scene. If not earlier, students should now title their … 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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  • Elements of a fable - … elements to create an original fable and present it in dramatic form. This lesson includes modifications and alternative assessments for Advanced … will assess the students' ability to retell a story through dramatic performance. Supplemental information Modifications Implement group work for the purpose … such literary devices as figuarative language, dialogue, flashback, allusion, and irony. analyzing the effects of such elements as plot, theme, point …
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  • Cinema Series - … a particular curriculum, such as the American Revolution, internal conflict, irony, genocide, outer space, etc. Encourage students not to list genres … , and electronic media; Understands the emotional and social impact of dramatic performances in one's own life, in the community, and … ; Knows how culture affects the content and production values of dramatic performances Visual Arts Standard 2- Knows how to use structures …
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  • Literary Terms and Devices - … that appeal to any sense or any combination of senses. Irony- a special kind of contrast between appearance and reality- usually … /or the character expects and what actually happens or exists. Dramatic- where the reader or viewer knows something that a character … entire gamut of attitudes toward life's phenomena. Tragedy- a dramatic work that presents a downfall of a dignified character or …
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  • Southern Writers and the Old South Myth - … present world. Pastoral literature historically has flourished in times of dramatic change, when writers emphasized the past as an idealized lost … boxes under it.] Another strain of counter-pastoral writing used irony to expose the self-serving motives of the master class … changing social order after the Civil War. These stories-whether dramatic, humorous, or rooted in folklore-exposed the South as a …
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  • Catch-22 - … freedom to say no." Explain that while Catch-22 effectively dramatizes a fictional instance of "saying no" to authority, the principle … were caught in a catch-22. farce Definition: A light dramatic composition marked by broadly satirical comedy and improbable plot. Context … 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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  • News Poetry - News Poetry Description Students choose a newspaper article and dramatize it in a well-constructed poem. Standards Florida Sunshine State … this grade level, including word choice, symbolism, figurative language, mood, irony, foreshadowing, flashback, persuasion techniques, and point of view in both … to select a small item in a newspaper and then dramatize it in a well-constructed poem. The subject might be …
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  • Creative Writing Unit - … and stories write a poem using an extended metaphor understand irony within a story or poem define the difference between drama … explain to students that Rita Dove?s poem is a dramatic poem and ask them to identify the speaker of the … , to advance the plot, to reveal characters? inner feelings. Understanding Dramatic Structure: The Piano Lesson is conventional in structure and students …
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  • Mountain Humor: What's in a Picture Book? - … and others + Study Guides: Activities for Teaching Appalachian Folktales and Dramatizations by the Jack Tale Players by Tina L. Hanlon and … /nastiness, or do they purposefully distort these classifications? + Is there irony existent between the text and the pictures (words are different … embedded. At the simplest level they decorate the text and dramatize the action. . . . Illustrations can also interpret the text by portraying …
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