Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS

Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
Irony, Three Types of Irony & Literary Analysis of Saki’s “The Storyteller” CCSS
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Use these materials to reinforce students’ understanding of the three types of irony (situational irony, verbal irony, and dramatic irony) and facilitate a deep reading and discussion of Saki’s attention-grabbing short story, “The Storyteller.”

This 10-page PDF package includes:
• Step-by-step suggested lesson procedure (can be left as an emergency sub plan!) with high-quality audiobook link
• Warm-up grid worksheet where students determine whether real-life scenarios are examples of situational irony, verbal irony, or dramatic irony (includes answer key)
• Full-text copy of “The Storyteller,” a short story by Saki (H.H. Munro)
• Handout with 14 short answer questions designed to get teens thinking deeply about the text (includes answer key)
• A 16-item assessment/quiz designed to be used a day or two after the lesson to determine whether students understand the differences between situational, verbal, and dramatic irony

Both the warm-up grid worksheet and 16-item assessment/quiz do not need to be used with Saki’s “The Storyteller” in order to be effective. They were designed to complement Saki’s short story, but they also work as stand-alone activities to reinforce students’ understanding of the three types of irony.

Please note: This item is NOT included in my four-week short story bundle.

This item is, though, included in my English 9-10 full-year curriculum. If you already own the full-year download, please do not purchase this item here individually. If you’d like to receive this item plus everything else needed to teach 180 days of English 9 or English 10 at a deeply discounted price, click here to learn more about the full-year curriculum download.

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