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Storyboard Description

The comic strips have 2 squares that show the following types of irony: Situational, Verbal and Dramatic.

Storyboard Text

  • I really think that i'll get the promotion today!
  • Oh, Okay has been a pleasure working for you sir.
  • Sorry Steve but we have to let you go. It's just not working out for the company and it is just best if you go.
  • Steve believes that he will get the promotion that he has worked so hard for.
  • Nice place you have here.....
  • Oh thank you so much your majesty!
  • Things took a turn for the worst, sadly Steve has been fired. This is an example of situational irony.
  • The king of Bristle and his son are going to the local village to show his son to appreciate his life and what he has
  • The king a son had made it to the village and was invited into a home of a local. This is Verbal irony because his son didn't really mean it when he said "great place you have here".
  • Lucky is tucked into bed and is fast asleep un aware that there is a monster coming into his room!
  • Oh no! The monster is coming closer to Lucky!! This is dramatic irony because only us (the audience/readers) know that the monster is approaching closer to the sleeping boy. When also the child isn't even aware that the monster is even in his room.
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