Have students read and complete the vocabulary practice found in the handout. Next, students read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Chapter 12 “Alice’s Evidence.” using the text below, the audio version, or printable found in the handout. Finally, students complete the comprehension exercises.
Where should I begin?
Begin by downloading this FREE resource from Teachers Pay Teachers. This packet contains the materials you will need to turn the weekly blog posts into a full book unit.
Chapter 12 Alice’s Evidence Summary
Alice is called as a witness. As she comes to the front of the courtroom, Alice accidentally knocks over the jury box. Alice hurriedly tries to set everyone back in their correct places. She continues growing until she is her normal self. The King and Queen order Alice to leave. They cite Rule 42 – All persons more than a mile high to leave the court. Alice refuses to leave saying this is ridiculous. The Queen yells, “Off with her head.” Alice calls them just a pack of cards. Just as the group converges on Alice, she awakens to discover the entire adventure in Wonderland was just a dream.
Chapter 12 Alice’s Evidence Comprehension
The download includes three printables. The first is a short answer/multiple choice page. The second is the parody found in Chapter 12 and the original poem. The third is a constructed response question with a graphic organizer for planning. The short answer comprehension exercise has a full-page answer key.
Download Chapter 12 here.
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