We first saw dramatic irony when we read The Crucible. Dramatic irony is when the audience knows something about the situation that the other characters do not know. For example we knew that John Proctor had confessed his adultery to the court, but Elizabeth Proctor did not know that.
The Story of An Hour also uses dramatic irony. We will read it together and then you will write a response about it in your reader's journal.
Also don't forget to vote in the poll at the right about our Huck Finn essay.
Tuesday you have more time to work on your Huck Finn essay.
Wednesday we go to the counseling office for articulation. Bring your green articulation card.