This is a fun, get-on-your-feet activity where students apply their knowledge of irony to creative skits. Originally, I did it within a 50 minute class, but you can definitely adjust it to your needs. The first page gives space for students to review the types of irony; then, it goes on to describe the activity. I broke the class up into five groups, so some types were doubled. The second page is a graphic organizer to be used while students are viewing the other groups. After each skit, we reviewed what the students had written down. As closure for the lesson, the students responded to two questions at the bottom of the graphic organizer.