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Irony

Irony

Description:

By the end of this lesson, you should have an understanding of the three types of irony:  situation, verbal, and dramatic.

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Tutorial

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Directions

1. Watch the video and take notes using the guided notes.

2. Write your summary and HOT question on your notes.

3. Turn in your notes!

General Instructions

You need to watch all FOUR videos to complete the homework.  The total video time is about 13 minutes.  


For Video #1, you will probably need to use the link in Schoology to view the video.  It will be in the same folder where you found this link.

Video #1 Quick Introduction to Irony

Video #1: Quick Introduction to Irony

Source: Jobear04 on Teacher Tube

Video #2: Situational Irony

Video #2: Situational Irony

Source: Ted-Ed video by Christopher Warner, animation by Ben Pearce

Video #3: Verbal Irony

Video #3: Verbal Irony

Source: Ted-Ed video by Christopher Warner, animation by Ben Pearce

Video #4 Dramatic Irony

Video #4: Dramatic Irony

Source: Ted-Ed video by Christopher Warner, animation by Ben Pearce