Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" poem Activities with Mad Lib & Paired Passages

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Many students enjoy the "Jabberwocky", a nonsense poem about the killing of a strange creature. The poem is from Lewis Carroll's sequel about Alice's adventures in Through the Looking-Glass. New ways to entice readers to this poem and novel are found in this unit of activities for teaching "Jabberwocky".

This download includes several activities for teaching "Jabberwocky" in a new and interesting way. Including:
- Poem with Annotation Questions
- Poem with Mad Lib blanks
- 2 Paired Passages from “Through the Looking Glass” where Jabberwocky is mentioned in the novel with questions. First is when Alice reads the poem for the first time in the strange book with backwards letters and the second is when Alice discusses the poem with Humpty Dumpty.
- 1 Paired Passage of Las Vegas Guidebook entry for Jabbawockeez dance group (whose name is based on poem) with questions.
- Answer Keys
- Extension Activities which include several writing activities.

Page count does NOT include title page and end page. (12 in total)

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Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" poem Activities with Mad Lib
Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" poem Activities with Mad Lib
Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" poem Activities with Mad Lib