Teaching the concept of irony? Help your students understand this literary device with the 30-slide PowerPoint: Isn't It Ironic? Presentation addresses verbal, situational, and dramatic irony with examples and kid-friendly pictures. Students will have an opportunity to show what they have learned as they analyze Shel Silverstein's ironic poem, "Smart." A wonderful review for standardized test prep. You and your students will love this!
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Teaching more grammar, punctuation, and literary skills? Check out my other PowerPoints presentations for mini lessons and test prep:
Quotation Mark PowerPoint
End Marks PowerPoint
Fragments and Run Ons PowerPoint
Parts of Speech PowerPoint
Context Clues PowerPoint
Mood versus Tone PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
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Terrific Teacher Tip: Wait time is your secret weapon! When you ask a question, increase your wait time from one second to five seconds and see immediate results! Double tip: Don’t preface a question with a name. This will engage all your students – not just the one who has been called on.
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