Despite a bit of inappropriate language, this is potentially useful (with modification) for discussing irony (particularly with students who believe that English teachers often ruin literature with over-analysis).
Definition and Examples of Irony (Figure of Speech)
Literature Skills Bundle: Figurative Language, Conflict, Irony, and more
These fun and interactive task cards and sorting games are perfect to review and reinforce types of conflict, figurative language, rhetorical devices (ethos/logos/pathos) types of irony and literary terms. These cards have examples taken from authentic texts and popular
2 Projects Incorporating Irony, Parody, and Conflict
Writing Project for Irony, Parody, Conflict; $2.50. This file contains assignment sheets for 2 irony projects/writing assignments that ask students to demonstrate their understanding of Irony, Parody, and Conflict through creating either a cartoon based on a fairy tale, or a sonnet based on the topic of their choice. Irony project/writing assignment includes description, instructions, and examples of each assignment included in the file. Use with or w/o computers!