Text Evidence in Alice Adventures in Wonderland
Updated: 3/28/2019
Text Evidence in Alice Adventures in Wonderland
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Alice in Wonderland

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Lesson Plans by Elizabeth Pedro

Alice is bored, lazily sitting with her sister on the riverbank when all of a sudden, a white rabbit in a waistcoat rushes by. Alice follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole and feels herself falling for quite a long time. When she finally lands, she spots the White Rabbit again, but as she turns the corner, Alice finds herself trapped in a dark hallway. She longs to get out into the garden, but she is much too large. Cautiously, Alice begins drinking a bottle labeled “DRINK ME” and she begins shrinking down to the size of the tiny door.




Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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Alice in Wonderland - Text Evidence activity for students

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  • WHAT CHALLENGES DOES ALICE FACE?
  • HOW DOES SHE OVERCOME THEM?
  • Alice becomes so tall that when she looks down all she can see are the tops of trees.
  • Nobody offered you tea anyway!
  • Alice remembers that she has a mushroom in her hand so she takes another bite to shrink.
  • Alice becomes frustrated with the March Hare and the Hatter's rudeness.
  • Alice leaves the tea party ignoring the Hare and the Hatter.
  • Alice is extremely bored and doesn't even want to collect daisies.
  • Off with her head!
  • Alice falls asleep and lets her imagination take her on wild adventures.
  • Nonsense!
  • The Queen of Hearts yells, "Off with her head!"
  • Alice yells, "Nonsense!" in return, which silenced the Queen.
  • Very well, then. Let's play some croquet instead.
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