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IRONY

Irony Definitions

 
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Irony (PDF) -- verbal, dramatic, and situational

 

Irony Lessons and Activities

 
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For Teachers -- found at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 

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The lessons open up in a separate window. Scroll down the list to find each one. 

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Lesson 14 -- Isn't Life Ironic! 

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Lesson 23 -- A Modest Proposal: Irony Made Understandable with Rock and Roll

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It's No Laughing Matter: Analyzing Political Cartoons -- found at the Library of Congress

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How Ironic! -- found at at Learning NC

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Writing About Irony -- found at Cyber High Schools

 

Picture Books That Are Great for Teaching Irony

 
bulletThe Fortune-Tellers
bulletby Lloyd Alexander
bulletThe Gruffalo
bulletby Julia Donaldson
bulletGoldilocks Returns
bulletby Lisa Ernst
bulletTesting Miss Malarkey
bulletby Judy Finchler
bulletDiary of a Wombat
bulletby Jackie French
bulletFrederick
bulletby Leo Lionni
bulletTree of Birds
bulletby Susan Meddaugh
bulletAn Angel for Solomon Singer
bulletby Cynthia Rylant
bulletGrandfather's Journey
bulletby Allen Say
bulletThe Frog Prince, Continued
bulletby Jon Scieszka
bulletThe Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig
bulletby Eugene Trivizas
bulletThe Sweetest Fig
bulletby Chris Van Allsburg

 

 

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