Alices Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis CarrollI cant explain myself, Im afraid, sir, said Alice, Because Im not myself, you see.
When Alice sees a white rabbit take a watch out of its waistcoat pocket she decides to follow it, and a sequence of most unusual events is set in motion. This mini book contains the entire topsy-turvy stories of Alices Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, accompanied by practical notes and Martina Pelousos memorable full-colour illustrations.
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND - FULL AudioBook - by Lewis Carroll - Adventure & Fantasy V2
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
In his diary on July 4, , Lewis Carroll wrote, "Duckworth and I made an expedition up the river to Godstow with the three Liddells: we had tea on the bank there, and did not reach Christ Church again till quarter past eight, when we took them to my rooms to see my collection of micro photographs, and restored them to the Deanery just before nine. In the opening poem to the story, Carroll wrote:. In its initial form, this tale told on July 4, , was simply another entry in the oral story tradition that Carroll forged on the numerous expeditions on the "quiet stream. Alice's adventures begin on a lazy summer day when a "White Rabbit with pink eyes" races by her. While it was unremarkable for a rabbit to run by her and it was not "very much out of the way" to hear the Rabbit talk, she hurried after the White Rabbit when it "actually took a watch out of its waistcoat pocket. Similarly, in Through the Looking-Glass , Alice impulsively goes through the glass over the mantel and into the Looking-Glass room.
The story also offers multiple opportunities for research in maths, history, geography, biology, psychology, architecture, logic, philosophy and physics just to mention the most evident fields. Charles Dodgson, an Oxford mathematician was a good friend of the Liddell family. Read or read and listen to this short introduction to the text on the British Library website , and answer the questions below. Although Wonderland is the ultimate imaginary world set in a dream where everything is possible , it was written in a real world, and was probably inspired by it. Charles Dodgson lived and studied in Christ Church, Oxford. Find examples of eating and drinking in the novel, and do some research to learn about them. What can you learn about Maths and History through the novel?
Teaching Comma Rules. Teaching Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts. May Saving each lesson for a novel study is a great option. Since students are so familiar with this well-loved classic, most chapters can be stand-alone lessons.
focuses on one chapter of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and is Many of the activities included in this curriculum unit are supported by the Common.
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