Irony in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare

Irony in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare
Irony in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare
Irony in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare
Irony in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare
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Students analyze irony in "Romeo and Juliet" through hands on activities and analytical reading. Focus is on Act 5, Scene 3. Lesson can also be adapted to analyze irony in any story.

File includes a fun powerpoint and materials (pictures) for a hands on activity.
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