Girls at Work - Section 2: Finding Examples of Verbal and Situational Irony in the Story

 
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The Ransom of Red Chief - Comparing the Film and the Short Story

Unit 7: Short Stories, Plays, and Elements of Fiction
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify and label elements of irony in the story; SWBAT evaluate director's and actors' choices, exclusions and inclusions in a film version of the story.

Big Idea: How do director/actor choices change stories?

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