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Irony

IMIL lesson for LA1 and Multimedia Tools and Applications, Mr. Neal Cross, Su2011
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John Prezzavento

on 18 November 2012

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Transcript of Irony

Irony: expecting the unexpected The three types of irony:
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
Dramatic Irony What type of irony is this video clip?

A. Verbal Irony
B. Situational Irony
C. Dramatic Irony What type of irony is this video clip?
A. Verbal Irony
B. Situational Irony
C. Dramatic Irony What type of irony is this headline? Learning Goal:
I can identify each of the
three types of irony. Verbal Irony:
An author or writer says one thing but actually means something completely different. Example: "Wow, Sam Bradford,
that was an amazing interception.
You are having a GREAT season. Situational Irony:
A contrast between what we
expect to happen and what
actually happens. Dramatic Irony:
The audience or reader knows something about what is happening in the plot of a story that the characters in the story do not know For each of the following examples, determine which type of irony is present. What type of irony was that video clip?
A. Verbal Irony
B. Situational Irony
C. Dramatic Irony
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