Grab these FREE lecture materials for middle school and high school English classes. These are some great tools if you teach in a special education setting, where teaching about irony can be especially challenging.
Dramatic Irony: A Literary Device Commonly Found in Works of Literature
Now it's not like I want a seagull but I guess I'd have to say I want THIS particular seagull. Why? Because it didn't read the sign hence it broke a rule. It is a rebellious animal. And I love a rebel.
These task cards are perfect for reviewing and reinforcing literary terms. Review figurative language, types of irony, story elements, characterization, and point of view with these 68 cards. Student response sheets are included as well as a corresponding quiz. Cards contain multiple exercises including multiple choice with definitions, multiple choice with recognition, and short written responses.