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Irony (the Opposite of Wrinkly)

Teaching 1st and 2nd hour a review on Irony.
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Meg Weeks

on 26 September 2012

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Transcript of Irony (the Opposite of Wrinkly)

Irony Journey... The difference between what we expect to happen and what actually happens. 

In other words it’s a sudden twist, a “switcheroo,” or a surprise ending. Irony (Basic Definition)
Situational Irony
Dramatic Irony
Verbal Irony Three Types of Irony Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Review!
Can you guess the irony? Why is this Ironic? When a character or the reader expects one thing to happen but something entirely different happens.
Definition: Example!!!! Definition: When the reader or viewer knows something that a character does not know. 
Example: Verbal Irony When someone knowingly exaggerates or says one thing and means another. Definition: Example What type of irony does this represent? Dramatic Irony! ?????????? Situational Irony What type of irony is present in this picture? Verbal Irony
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