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Irony Definition and Types: Slide Presentation Lesson


Help students lay the foundation for the concept of code switching with this fun, interactive worksheet to discuss how context changes our lives and language. 2 pages; 1 hour class period.


The concept of irony is a difficult one for kids an adults, but this slide presentation lesson can help! Designed by an experienced English teacher, this slide deck (compatible with PowerPoint or Google Slides) explains a simple definition of irony, then the three types of irony: verbal, situational, and dramatic — all illustrated with fun hand-drawn cartoons. 

Here’s a sample of one of the seven slides:

Dramatic irony slide

The “Dramatic Irony” slide. The next slide invites students to brainstorm examples.


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