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In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen offers comedic commentary on Victorian society, so this novel provides a great opportunity to teach or review irony. In this product, you will find a graphic organizer for irony notes, and it's flexible so students can complete it independently for review, or you can use it in a mini-lesson or as part of a lecture. Also, included is a worksheet with examples of irony from Pride and Prejudice, so students have the opportunity to encounter each type of irony as it appears in the text. In addition, students are challenged to explain their thinking. This worksheet is also available as a fully editable Google Form: all you have to do is copy the form, and it's set up to grade as students answer! Answer keys with explanations included.
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