Irony storyboard

Irony storyboard

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  • Verdal Irony
  • YAY! I love getting a $100 ticket.
  • Ticket
  • Dramatic Irony
  • SHHHHH...Sam's coming!!!
  • Situational Irony
  • No not at all! I just wanted to ask were you got you tires.
  • Hello officer. Was I speeding?
  • Verbal irony is sarcasm meaning the character says one thing but means something else. The character doesn't like getting $100 tickets.
  • Verbal Irony
  • What a perfect day for running.
  • Dramatic Irony is when the readers know more the the characters do in the book. For example we know that they are throwing a surprise party for Sam, but she doesn't know.
  • Dramatic Irony
  • The people love me! They would never hurt me because i'm a great leader.
  • Sure......
  • Situational Irony is when the character or audience expect one thing to happen but the opposite happens. You would expect the cop to give the driver a ticket.
  • Situational Irony
  • I can show you the world....
  • This is an example of verbal irony because a rainy day isn't a perfect day to go running. It is the exact opposite of what a perfect day of running would be.
  • This is dramatic irony because we know that the people are angry with pitch forks and fire, but the leader thinks the people think he is great and everybody loves him.
  • This example is situational because you would never expect a magic rug to fly.YOU would expect it to be a normal rug and not fly.
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