Imagery and Irony in the Hunger Games -- Novel Study Worksheet

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This is a one page worksheet covering the literary techniques Imagery and Irony in the novel THE HUNGER GAMES. Perfect for a middle or high school ELA classroom studying the novel!

* Three short answer questions about examples of Irony and Imagery found in Chapter Three of THE HUNGER GAMES.

* Uses quotations from text.

* Covers the literary devices "irony" and "imagery".

* Word .docx file

* Answer key included.

* Great for homework!

This quick, fun worksheet includes the definitions of imagery and irony and three questions asking students to choose whether an example pulled from the text is demonstrating irony or imagery, and explain why.

Pairs well with my **Free** HUNGER GAMES ANTICIPATION GUIDE.
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