Irony Introduction--Formative Assessment with Standards Based Rubric

Irony Introduction--Formative Assessment with Standards Based Rubric
Irony Introduction--Formative Assessment with Standards Based Rubric
Irony Introduction--Formative Assessment with Standards Based Rubric
Irony Introduction--Formative Assessment with Standards Based Rubric
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Common Core Standards
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This is a simple, formative introduction to the concept of Irony. There are two assignments to be used as formative assessment of student understanding with a standards based rubric for self and teacher assessment. There is a suggestion of how to tie the lesson into current class reading as well. This lesson includes no references to 'Ironic,' the bane of my middle school sonic experience that I hope to never relive or force upon others. This lesson is simple, relatively fun and offers quite a few opportunities for quick, formative assessment.


Irony Introduction by Jon Cowan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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8 pages
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