Objective: Students will explain an example of dramatic irony using evidence from Lord of the flies.
#20: cn: dramatic irony Points possible: 25
#21: Dramatic Irony from LOTF points possible: 30
Watching Target: Be able to explain in your own words what dramatic irony is.
Because William Golding chose to use a third-person omniscient narrator, we are able to see a variety of action and how a variety of characters react. This means that there is quite a bit of potential for dramatic irony.