Alice in Wonderland. Alice in Wonderland Comprehension. 1. Alice took a jar off the shelf. What did it say on it? 2. What is the name of Alice's cat? 3. How many legs did the table have? 4. What did Alice find on the table the first time? 5. What did the bottle say on it?
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1. Alice took a jar off the shelf. What did it say on it?
2. What is the name of Alice's cat?
3. How many legs did the table have?
4. What did Alice find on the table the first time?
5. What did the bottle say on it?
6. What is Alice's term for shrinking?
7. What did the box under the table say on it?
What do you already know about Alice in Wonderland? Have you seen the movie? Read the book? Have you seen, read, or heard any other things relating to Alice in Wonderland?
Remember the movie and other varieties of the story can be VERY DIFFERENT than the original book that we will read in class! Don’t get them confused!
1. What did the White Rabbit drop when Alice spoke to him?
2. Who does Alice think she turned into?
3. What did Alice think the mouse was?
4.What did Alice have an argument with the Lory about?
5. What did the archbishop find?
6. What did Alice give the Dodo that the Dodo gave back?
7. Who won the caucus race?
8. What did Alice give as prizes?
9. What did Alice think the mouse was talking about when the mouse said "Mine is a long and sad tale"?
1. Who does the White Rabbit think Alice is?
2. Who went down the chimney?
3. What does Pat think the White Rabbit is doing?
4. Where does Alice put her foot and arm when she grows?
1. What did the Caterpillar say to Alice when he first saw her?
2. The Caterpillar said, "One side will make you grow taller, and the other side will make you grow shorter." Sides of what?
3. What did the Pigeon call Alice?
4. What "important thing" did the Caterpillar have to tell Alice?
A caucus is a meeting of supporters or members of a political party or movement.
Examples in modern pop culture:
Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update & The Daily Show
Television news, identification of human flaws and vices related to politics, entertainment, and current events.
Scary Movie Horror movies Exaggerates the techniques used by horror movies to scare audiences.
Austin Powers 1960’s spy movies Ridicules escapes by the spy and stupidity of the evil villain.
Songs by Weird Al Yankovich musicians and music videos The excess of modern musicians. Simplicity and immaturity of the lyrics in modern music.
For your chosen character, your group will be creating a body biography -- a visual and written portrait.
Begin by drawing in the outline of the body. I have listed some possibilities for your body biography, but feel free to come up with your own creations.
o Special Relationships – Who/What is closest to this character? Place this character in the heart.
o Important goal – What is this character trying to accomplish throughout the story? What drives his/her thoughts and actions?
o What objects could be used to symbolize, or represent, the character? Why did you choose these objects?
Think of appropriate quotes that best describe the character.
4. historical context
7. sensory detail
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