Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson

Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
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A mini-lesson on irony in which students read two short stories by Mark Twain, "The Story of the Good Little Boy" and "The Story of the Bad Little Boy", and then explain in writing which kind of irony Twain uses. Would work well with a unit on Twain, Irony, or Short Stories. Includes copies of both stories in materials.
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Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
Irony in Mark Twain Stories Lesson
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