Use this graphic organizer chart to help your students track predictions and irony with any piece of literature!
Students track their prediction, monitor what actually happened, and then decide if it is ironic. If it is ironic, students decide which type of irony it is (situational, verbal, or dramatic) and explain how they know it is that type of irony.
The organizer handout includes quick reminder definitions of the terms 'prediction' and 'irony' as well as definitions and examples of situational irony, verbal irony, and dramatic irony.
Use this organizer with any type and format of literature. It is the perfect way to introduce or review different types of irony. Use it with short stories, poems, novel studies, etc. Use it as a quick mini-lesson over the types of irony or use it to take any literature study just a little more in depth!
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