|Alice's Adventures in Wonderland eNotes Lesson Plans|
Through the Looking-Glass
Response journal or teaching unit, related documents and activities.
Part of the Victorian Web, this site includes biography, historical background, analysis, and discussion questions.
Biography from Wikipedia.
Queen Victoria's Scrapbook
Artifacts and insights related to the life and reign of Queen Victoria.
Adventures in Wonderland: A Genre Study
Designed for third grade, this thorough unit plan includes vocabulary and plans for 11 lessons plus independent projects and a culminating activity. It includes rubrics, graphic organizers, literature circle guides, and other handouts. The 38-page document requires Adobe Reader or compatible application for access.
Alice in Wonderland
A variety of before-, during-, and after-reading activities, as well as links to background and related information.
Alice in Wonderland: An Interactive Adventure
A word search and other online activities.
Alice in Wonderland
Designed for third grade, this thorough unit plan includes comprehension questions, vocabulary, activities, and the script for a mock trial that serves as a culminating activity. This 22-page document requires Adobe Reader or compatible application for access.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Text of the book.
Childhood through the Looking Glass
Students compare and contrast Lewis Carroll's depiction of childhood in Alice in Wonderland with photos of the real Alice, with their own drawings, and with poetry about childhood by William Blake.
A Trip to Wonderland
This unit explores elements of wonder, distortion, fantasy, and whimsy in The Nursery "Alice," Lewis Carroll's adaptation for younger readers of his classic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Links to poems, including "Jabberwocky," "The Walrus and the Carpenter," "The Hunting of the Snark," and more.
Listening to Poetry: Sounds of the Sonnet
This lesson uses "Jabberwocky" and 2 sound experiments as an introduction to the sonnet.
Poetry Pairing: "Jabberwocky"
The poem as basketball game: does it work? Lesson includes nonfiction/informational text component.