ALICE IN WONDERLAND STORY SETTING
Part A Directions: Step 1: Read this excerpt from Alice in Wonderland Step 2: Respond to the following questions. Haiku captures the mood or feeling of a scene’s setting through the use of imagery. A. Select a key scene from the Alice in Wonderland excerpt where the setting is critical. B. Reread the passage and copy important descriptive words. C. Choose 2-3 images that stand out. D. Arrange your words in Haiku form: E. The first line is 5-syllables; the second line is 7-syllables; the third line is 5-syllables. Click here -Part B Directions: Respond to the following questions. 1. What is the genre of this selection? 2. What is the exposition of the story? What is the rising action or actions in this story? What is the climax of this selection? What is the falling action in the story? What is the denouement in the story? 3. Who is the protagonist? Antagonist? 4. What are the most important traits of the main character? 5. What is the setting of the work? Is there more than one? 6. Why has the author chosen to emphasize certain details of the setting? 7. What mood is created by details of the setting? (gloomy, tense, cheerful, etc.)? Explain your answer and use examples from the text to support your response. Your response should be a minimum of 5-7 sentences.