> The Things You Can Read: Teaching Irony with O. Henry" by Joan W. Blos

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Teaching Irony with O. Henry" by Joan W. Blos

Old Henry

Teaching Tip
Picture Books are a great way to teach concepts even with students in middle school and high school.  Check out O. Henry" by Joan W. Blos.  This book is a great way to teach irony because it is a narrative poem with an ironic ending.  How do you teach irony?  Let us know, here at The Things You Can Read!
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