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Romeo and Juliet Act IV Dramatic Irony

Romeo and Juliet Act IV Dramatic Irony
Romeo and Juliet Act IV Dramatic Irony
Romeo and Juliet Act IV Dramatic Irony
Romeo and Juliet Act IV Dramatic Irony
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This activity will lead students through the definitions of verbal, situational, and dramatic irony, with emphasis on dramatic irony. After finding examples of verbal and situational irony in the play, they will focus on the instances of dramatic irony and how this helps to create suspense.
Total Pages
2 pages
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N/A
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