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Dramatic Irony

Defines and explains dramatic irony with numerous examples ending with text, The Open Window, on an 1180 Lexile. This presentation is designed for 8th grade students.
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Brenna McElfresh

on 12 January 2016

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Transcript of Dramatic Irony

Dramatic Irony--When the reader knows something that the characters do not. It can be used to build suspense or create humor.
Definition
What do you know that the character does not? (explain the dramatic irony)
Dramatic Irony
Explain the dramatic irony. What is the effect?
Explain the dramatic irony.
What is the effect?
Explain the dramatic irony.
What is the effect?
What is dramatic irony?
Why would an author use dramatic irony? (the effect)
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danielleharms.wikispaces.com/file/view/%2522The+Open+Window%2522.pdf
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QiVzsliX8kXFQeS-8zw5aGy5jwy4MGYvZ3_NaDAIhr8
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