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Students relate the immigrant experience to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In this immigration experience activity, students read Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and relate it to the immigrant experience through class discussions. Students also use primary sources to discuss the immigrant experience.
Primary learners explore elements of wonder in The Nursery "Alice" by Lewis Carroll. They analyze the plot point after listening to the text. Next, they describe the imagery in various works of children's literature using the given links and worksheets. To finish, pupils use the work of published illustrators and authors as inspiration for their own fantastic creatures.
Use the internet to enhance the research skills of your High schoolers. In this resource, all sorts of questions are posed: everything from questions about famous people, inventions, entertainment, to important dates in history. There are twenty questions on this one-page worksheet, and all answers begin with the letter c.
Junior high learners discuss Lewis Carroll's classic story, Alice in Wonderland. They observe the image of childhood in his photographs and compare them to present-day images. There is a plethora of ideas and links for discussions centered around Carroll's work, and the many renditions that followed. A final activity calls for pupils to create their own illustrations for the story.
Using a famous children's story as the hook, learners explore the concept of changes in matter. First, they make a cake similar to the one made by Alice in the story Alice's Adventure in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Next, they let their mixture sit to allow the yeast to rise. And finally, they discuss how and why the dough rises.