ONLINE ACTIVITY 1: SCENES 3- EXODOS
Irony is a difference between appearance and reality. Dramatic irony occurs when something is known to
the reader or audience but not to the characters. Throughout the play, examples of dramatic irony occur
because the audience knows Iago’s true intentions while the characters do not. As you read, use the
irony chart below to track examples of dramatic irony. Identify a quote from the play that is ironic and
explain the irony.
Create a “say, mean, matter” chart.
Choose a significant quote from this Act, and copy it in the “say”
Tell what the quote means in the “mean” column.” Then write why the quote matters (in 4-5
sentences) to bigger ideas in the play in the “matter” column.( if the column is not enough, you may add