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Situational Irony Something happens that we wouldn’t expect to happen Something happens that we wouldn’t expect to happen Example: a fire station burns down
Examples of Situational Irony 1. George breaks a date with his girlfriend so he can go to a ball game with the guys. At the concession stand, he runs into his girlfriend with another guy.
A: SITUATIONAL IRONY We do not expect George to see his girlfriend with another guy. We do not expect George to see his girlfriend with another guy.
SITUATIONAL IRONY We don’t expect a FITNESS CENTER to have an escalator because they cause you to burn LESS calories.
A: Situational Irony You wouldn’t expect to see a Pepsi delivery man drinking a Coke! You wouldn’t expect to see a Pepsi delivery man drinking a Coke!
SITUATIONAL IRONY The guy is calling the protestors stupid, but he spelled, “morons” wrong!
7. A police station gets robbed. 7. A police station gets robbed.
A: SITUATIONAL IRONY We wouldn’t expect a POLICE STATION to get robbed. They investigate robberies! We wouldn’t expect a POLICE STATION to get robbed. They investigate robberies!
SITUATIONAL The van drove into a “School of Safe Driving.” Hahahahahaha! We wouldn’t expect that.
SITUATIONALIRONY It is ironic that a McDonald’s sign is beside a sign about obesity! It is ironic that a McDonald’s sign is beside a sign about obesity!
SITUATIONAL Would you expect someone that lives here to specialize in complete home repair? Would you expect someone that lives here to specialize in complete home repair?
Isn't it Ironic?.
Example: a fire station burns down Definition: a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens Situational: something happens that we wouldn’t.
Irony 3 Types of Irony. What is Irony? Irony is about expectations. Irony: the opposite of what is expected. 3 kinds of irony Verbal Dramatic Situational.
Example: a fire station burns down Definition: a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens contradiction between appearance and reality,
Isn't it Ironic? The Types of Irony. Learning Objective We will be able to identify and explain the three types of Irony through the use of a variety.
Irony 3 Kinds of Irony What is Irony? Irony is about expectations. Irony: the opposite of what is expected. 3 kinds of irony Verbal Verbal Dramatic Dramatic.
2 English Goals CLE Know and use appropriate literary terms to derive meaning from various literary genres. CLE Know and use appropriate.
Example: a fire station burns down Definition: a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens Purpose: to reflect the real world Situational:
STANDARD Reading 3.8-Interpret and evaluate the impact of ambiguities, subtleties, contradictions, ironies, and incongruities in a text.
Irony You’ve probably been doing it wrong…. What is Irony? Irony is about expectations. Irony: the opposite of what is expected. 3 kinds of irony Verbal.
+ IRONY overview. + Definition Irony is a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens.
English 1H: Agenda: Review irony/hw pair share White board activity “Gift of the Magi” vocab preview start C. notes ticket out the door Objectives: Students.
Warm-up Re-read your essay. Take this time to: - add any missing paragraphs - add (stronger) adjectives/ adverbs (remember you want loaded language- pathos!)
Irony Surprises, Twists, and Mysteries 1. Irony Meaning – When the audience expects something to happen and the opposite occurs. There are three types.
Irony and Ambiguity. Irony Irony Irony Irony is the difference between what we expect and what actually happens. Irony is the difference between what.
How Ironic! Situational Irony or Dramatic Irony?.
Irony Review Take notes by dividing your paper into three columns lengthwise and then horizontal. This creates nine cells. Type of Irony DefinitionExample.
Situational Irony Situational irony is an outcome that turns out to be very different from what was expected.
Irony There are three basic types of irony: verbal irony
Irony What is it?. Irony Broadest class of FIGURES OF THOUGHT that depend on presenting a deliberate contrast between two levels of meaning.
How Ironic! Verbal Irony, Situational Irony or Dramatic Irony?
What is Irony?. The use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning; a statement or situation where the meaning is contradicted by the appearance.
Warm-Up Glue top only, creating a flap You will only make TWO cuts.
Can you imagine what it feels like to be embarrassed or ashamed about someone you care about? How might it feel to know that a close friend or family member.
The attitude a writer takes towards a subject or character: serious, humorous, sarcastic, ironic, satirical, tongue-in-cheek, solemn, objective.
Irony Objectives : Students will be able to define irony. Students will be able to identify the three kinds of irony. Students will be able to evaluate.
Irony English I. Irony Irony- 3 Main Types of Irony – Situational- –D–Dramatic- –V–Verbal- A contrast between appearance and reality. a contrast between.
An old man turned ninety-eight He won the lottery and died the next day It's a black fly in your Chardonnay It's a death row pardon two minutes too.
Unit 4 Law and order Word power. Words related to law 1. a dishonest, violent, or immoral action that can be punished by law. Last night a woman was.
Did you hear that the fire station up the street burned down last night?
Figurative Language and Literary Devices They are what makes literature come to life!
Irony and Ambiguity Holt Chapter 5.
Irony. Holy macaroni! Yowza! Good grief! Shucks! Yikes! Holy toledo! People sure make a lot of mistakes with IRONY!
A man who is a traffic cop gets his license suspended for unpaid parking tickets. An ambulance driver goes to a nightime bike accident scene and runs over.
FRIENDS “The One About the Rugby Game” Premise A (main idea): Chandler’s preemptive strike against his ex-girlfriend.
HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL: Phrasal Verbs SELINA MISERENTINO Click here to get started!
Irony The contrast or discrepancy between appearances and reality, between what is expected and the outcome.
Accidents and Injuries Chapter 9 – Using past progressive and simple past tenses.
Recap and review Last, last lesson: Introduction Significance of the title Plot Characters Last lesson: “Who killed Adeline Ng Ai Choo?” The story is made.
Outwood Academy Adwick have donated over half a mile of scarves (543 at the last count) These will be donated to the Miles of Scarves fundraising initiative.
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From: Irony: Not What We Expect Irony is the word that describes the difference between what we expect or what seems suitable and what.
Irony A CONTRAST Between expectation and reality. Between what is said and what is REALLY meant. Between what is expected to happen and what REALLY does.
译林牛津版 初一下（ 7B Unit 3. Book 1 (B) Unit 3 Reading rob robbed v. 抢劫 robbing robber n. 盗贼 强盗 robbery n. 劫案.
English: Friday, March 8, Handouts: * Coach #32 (Symbolism) * Coach #33 (Irony) 2.Homework: * Have a great weekend and... * Complete your AR reading.
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More on Gerunds & Infinitives. 1.The kids must be really happy. I can see them _________ (dance) happily over there. dancing See + someone + -ing.
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