In this lesson, students will explore the oxymoron and the definition. Particular attention is made to the etymology (greek and latin) behind the word Oxymoron and Contradictory. The lesson continues by providing students with a Shakespearean passage to aid with identifying Oxymoron within text.
Students will also have an opportunity to cut out word slips and pair contradictory terms and then identifying what the definition is of each oxymoron.
An entrance pass and an exit slip are include with this complete lesson.
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