I created this lesson to help my students understand the irony that we were repeatedly seeing in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.
- A link to a Prezi overview of verbal, situational, and dramatic irony complete with videos of each type of irony
- Identifying irony assessment/worksheet - 6 examples given of types of irony in chapters 2-10 of the novel
- A key for the assessment
This lesson is fully editable so that you can manipulate it to suit your needs!
I hope this lesson helps your students understand the irony Twain has worked into this wonderful novel.