ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION

ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - READING LITERATURE - LESSON PRESENTATION
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  1. A bundle of 4 resources on prose comprehension - a children's fiction story, "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll.This download includes:Prose Scaffold Notes: Handouts, Rules, Strategies, Rubrics, GuidesWorksheets, Exercises, and Task CardsUnit Plan, Lessons, Sessions, ResourcesReady to Use PowerP
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A lesson presentation of unit plans with 5 sessions on prose comprehension of a children's fictional story, "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll.

After completing this unit students will be able to:

  • SESSION 1: Spot the setting elements and describe the setting.
  • SESSION 2: Name the characters and make a character sketch.
  • SESSION 3: Discover the plot elements and develop the plot.
  • SESSION 4: Analyse the text to make a critical appreciation.
  • SESSION 5: Examine the lines from the text with reference to context.

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  • Author and Summary of the Story

SESSION 1: STORY SETTING AND SETTING DESCRIPTION

Discussion:

  • Setting Features (Scaffold Notes 1)
  • Setting Characteristics (Scaffold Notes 2)
  • Setting Elements (Scaffold Notes 3)

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Pair-Share: Vocabulary check
  • Ask-Write: Identifying setting elements of the given story
  • Write-Advance: Describing the setting of the story

Assessment: Setting Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 4)

Differentiated Tasks: Creating story setting

Plenary: Selecting best option to answer setting questions

SESSION 2: STORY CHARACTERS AND CHARACTERIZATION

Discussion:

  • Character Types (Scaffold Notes 5)
  • Character Description Adjectives Based on Senses (Scaffold Notes 6)
  • Character Description Guide (Scaffold Notes 7)
  • Adjectives to Describe Personality Traits (Scaffold Notes 8)

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Pair-Share: Spotting the traits of the characters in the story
  • Ask-Write: Identifying one of the main character’s elements in the story
  • Write-Advance: Making a character sketch

Assessment: Characterization Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 9)

Differentiated Tasks: Creating characters for the story

Plenary: Selecting best option to answer characterization questions

SESSION 3: STORY PLOT AND PLOT DEVELOPMENT

Discussion:

  • Plot Types (Scaffold Notes 10)
  • Conflict Types (Scaffold Notes 11)
  • Plot Diagram (Scaffold Notes 12)
  • Plot Template (Scaffold Notes 13)

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Ask-Write: Identifying plot description elements in the story
  • Write-Advance: Developing the plot of the story

Assessment: Plot Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 14)

Differentiated Tasks: Making a story plot

Plenary: Selecting the best option to answer plot questions

SESSION 4: STORY ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL APPRECIATION

Discussion:

  • Story Components (Scaffold Notes 15)
  • Story Analysis Guide (Scaffold Notes 16)

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Pair-Share: Identifying story elements by answering questions
  • Ask-Write: Identifying story elements of the story
  • Write-Advance: Making a critical appreciation of the story

Assessment: Story Analysis Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 17)

Differentiated Tasks: Writing a story

Plenary: Selecting the best option to answer story components questions

SESSION 5: REFERENCE TO CONTEXT

Discussion:

  • RTC Template (Scaffold Notes 18)
  • RTC Prompt (Scaffold Notes 19)

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Think-Pair: Identifying summary elements
  • Pair-Share: Writing a summary
  • Ask-Write: Identifying RTC elements for the given lines
  • Write-Advance: Explaining the line with reference to context

Assessment: RTC Rubrics (Scaffold Notes 20)

Differentiated Tasks: Finding the context of the famous quotes

Plenary: Selecting the best option to answer story components questions

Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom:

  • To challenge early finishers
  • For effective tutoring
  • As ESL stations and sub tubs
  • As holiday work and homework
  • For small group collaborations
  • For an end of unit assessments 
  • For reinforcement and enrichment

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Analyze how differences in the points of view of the characters and the audience or reader (e.g., created through the use of dramatic irony) create such effects as suspense or humor.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including analogies or allusions to other texts.
Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision.
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including its relationship to the characters, setting, and plot; provide an objective summary of the text.
Cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
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