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Учебно-методическое пособие по домашнему чтению с использованием произведения Льюиса Кэрролла «Алиса в стране чудес», для учащихся 5-6 классов


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Учебно-методическое пособие по домашнему чтению с использованием произведения Льюиса Кэрролла «Алиса в стране чудес», для учащихся 5-6 классов


Study guide for home reading, using Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" for pupils of 5-6 forms







































Alice in Wonderland

by

Lewis Carroll


Adapted book

for 5-6 forms



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Contents


About the author …………………………………………………………………………..11

Chapter 1 …………………………………………………………………………………..12

Activities

Chapter 2 …………………………………………………………………………………..16

Activities

Chapter 3 …………………………………………………………………………………..20

Activities

Chapter 4 …………………………………………………………………………………..24

Activities

Chapter 5 …………………………………………………………………………………..29

Activities

Chapter 6 …………………………………………………………………………………..33

Activities

Chapter 7 …………………………………………………………………………………..38

Activities

Chapter 8 …………………………………………………………………………………..42

Activities

Chapter 9 …………………………………………………………………………………..48

Activities

Chapter 10 …………………………………………………………………………………52

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About the author


Charles Dodgson was born in 1838. He went to Oxford University and then he was a teacher there. He was a quiet man and did not talk to people easily.

He wrote Alice in Wonderland in 1865. For him, Alice in Wonderland was not an important book, so he did not use his name for the book. He used the name Lewis Carroll. But the book sold very well and it was quickly very famous. At that time, children`s books always tried to teach something. Lewis Carroll did not try to teach anything. He only wanted to tell a wonderful story.

Carroll wrote a second story about Alice in 1871. He died in 1898. Nowadays, Alice in Wonderland is one of the most famous children`s stories in the world.




































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Chapter One


Down the Rabbit-hole


Alice and her big sister sat under a tree one sunny day. Alice's sister had a book, but Alice had nothing with her. She looked at her sister's book. There were no pictures or conversations in it.

'Why is she reading a book without pictures or conversations?' she thought. 'I'm bored. I know! I'll look for some flowers.' Then she thought,' No, it's too hot for that and I feel sleepy'

Suddenly, a white rabbit ran past her. It took a watch from its jacket and looked at it.' Oh! Oh! I'm going to be late!' it said.

'That's strange! A rabbit with a watch!' said Alice.

She jumped up and ran after the animal. It ran down a large rabbit-hole, so Alice went down the hole too. She didn't stop and ask, 'How am I going to get out again?'

Alice fell down and down. But she fell very slowly and didn't feel afraid. 'What's going to happen next?' she wondered.

She looked round. There were cupboards in the walls of the rabbit-hole. Some of the cupboards were open, and there were books in them. Sometimes she saw pictures. She looked down, but she couldn't see any light.

Down, down, down. 'When will the hole end?' she wondered. Perhaps I'm going to come out in Australia! I'll have to ask the name of the country. "Please, madam, is this Australia or New Zealand?" No, I can't do that. They'll think I'm stupid.'

She thought about her cat, Dinah. 'What's Dinah doing? Will they remember her milk tonight? Oh, Dinah! Why aren't you here with me? Perhaps there's a mouse here and you can eat it!'

Suddenly, Alice was at the bottom of the hole. 'That didn't hurt' she said and sat up quickly. She could see the White Rabbit and she ran after him again. They were in a different rabbit-hole now.

'Oh, my ears and nose!' the White Rabbit cried.' It's getting very late!'

He ran faster and vanished through another hole. Alice followed him through the hole. Now she was in a very long room. She looked round for the White Rabbit, but she couldn't see him anywhere.

There were four doors in the room, but Alice couldn't open them. Also, she couldn't see the hole anywhere.' How am I going to get out?' she wondered.

Then she saw a little table. It had a very small key on it.

'Perhaps it will open one of the doors,' she thought. She took the key and tried to open each door with it. But it was no good. The key was too small.

'This key has to open something,' she thought.

Then she saw a very small door about 40 centimeters high. The little key opened it. She put her head down and looked through the door into a beautiful garden. She tried to walk through it, but she was too big. Sadly, she shut the door again and put the key back on the table.

'Why can't I get smaller?' thought Alice.' This is a very strange place - so perhaps I can.'

She looked at the table. There was a little bottle on it.

'That bottle was not on the table before,' thought Alice.

The bottle had ' DRINK ME' on it in large letters. Alice looked at it carefully.

'Is it all right to drink?' she wondered.

'I'll drink a little,' she thought. She had some and it was very nice. So she had some more.' This feels strange,' said Alice.' I'm getting smaller and smaller!' - After a short time, she was only 25 centimeters high.

'Now I can go through that door,' she thought. She went to the door, but could not open it. The key was on the table. She went back to the table. But Alice was too short and she couldn't get the key. She tried to climb the table legs, but it was too difficult. The little girl sat down and cried.

'Alice! Alice!' she said after some minutes. 'Don't cry. It isn't going to help you. Stop now!'

Then she saw a little box under the table. She opened it. There was a cake inside. On it, she saw the words,' EAT ME'.

'Yes, I will eat it, 'Alice said. 'Perhaps I'll get bigger and then I can get the key. Or perhaps I'll get smaller. Then I can get under the door into the garden.'

She ate some cake.

'Will I go up or down?' she wondered. She felt the top of her head with her hand. But nothing happened — she stayed the same size. So she finished the cake.


Vocabulary



afraid – испуганный

bottom – дно

to bore – скучать

carefully – осторожно

to climb – лезть

conversation – (здесь) диалог, жанровая картина

to hurt – повредить

perhaps – возможно

to shut – затворять

stupid - глупый

suddenly – вдруг, внезапно

to vanish – исчезать

to wonder - интересоваться



Activities


Before reading


1. Look at the picture and the title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 1 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 1, 2). Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).


1. Alice's sister had a book, but Alice had nothing with her.

2. There were pictures and conversations in the book.

3. It was usual for Alice to meet a rabbit with a watch.

4. Alice ran down a large rabbit-hole.

5. Alice didn’t afraid to fall down in a rabbit-hole.

6. Alice could see the White Rabbit and she ran after him again.

7. There were two doors in the room, and Alice could open one of them.

8. The key was too small to open the door.

9. Alice walked through the door about 40 centimeters high.

10. Alice ate some cake, because she was very hungry.


2. Find Russian equivalents to the following words from the text.


to look at; to look for; to run past smb; it took a watch from; to jump up; to run after; to fall down; to look round; to come out; at the bottom of the hole; to sit up; to vanish through; to get up; the key has to open something; to look through; to walk through; to go up


3. Put the word into each sentence.


1. The White Rabbit takes a ….. from its jacket.

2. Alice falls very ….. down the rabbit hole.

3. There are four ….. in the long room.

4. Alice sees a beautiful ….. through the small door.

5. Alice finds a key and a ….. on the table.

6. The drink makes Alice ….. .


After reading


1. Answer the questions.


1. Whom did Alice see when she was sitting under the tree?

2. What did the Rabbit do? Why?

3. What could Alice see on the walls if the hole?

4. What did Alice do when the fall was over?

5. What did Alice see when she found herself in a very large room?

6. Could she open the doors?

7. What did she find on the table?

8. What happened when she drank something from the bottle?

9. What did Alice find in the box under the table?

10. What happened with the cake?


2. Retell the first episode using the answers from the early exercise. Use them as a plan to retell.

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Chapter 2

Alice's Tears


'Oh! What's happening?' cried Alice. 'I'm getting taller and taller!' She looked down. 'Goodbye, feet! Who will put your shoes on for you now? I can't do it! I'll give you some new shoes for Christmas. I'll have to send them to you!'

In a short time, Alice was more than three meters high.

'I want to go into that garden!' she thought. She took the little key from the table. Then she went to the door and opened it. But she was too big and couldn't go through it.

She sat down and began to cry again. Because she was very big, her tears were very big too.

'Alice, stop it this minute! Don't cry!' she said.

But she couldn't stop the big tears and after a time there was water everywhere.

She heard the sound of small feet. She looked down and there was the White Rabbit again. He had his best clothes on, and in one hand he had a white hat.

' Oh, the Duchess, the Duchess!' he said.' She'll be angry with me because I'm late!'

Alice wanted to ask him for help.' Please, sir — ' she said very politely.

The White Rabbit jumped. He ran out of the room and his hat fell from his hands. Alice took the hat.

'Am I different?' she wondered. 'I was Alice yesterday, but everything is different today. Perhaps I'm not me now. So who am I? That's the question.'

She began to think about her friends. 'Perhaps I'm one of them,' she thought.' I'm not Ada because her hair is different to mine. I don't want to be my friend Mabel, because she doesn't know very much. I know more than she does.' Then she thought, ' Do I know more? Let me see. What's four and four? Eight. Eight and eight is sixteen. Sixteen and sixteen is.. . Oh! I can't remember!' And she started to cry again.

But this time her tears were small tears — she was small again! 'Why?' she wondered. Then she understood. She had the White Rabbit's hat in her hand.

'I'm smaller because I've got the hat in my hand!' she thought.

She put the hat on. It was the right size for her head.

Am I smaller than the table now?' she wondered. She went to the table and stood next to it. She was smaller than the table.' I'm getting smaller all the time!' she cried.' I'm going to vanish!' She quickly took the hat off.

'Now I can go into the garden!' thought Alice, and she started to run to the little door. But before she got there, she fell into some water. She tried to put her feet on the ground but she couldn't. She had to swim.

'I'm in the sea!' she thought. But it wasn't the sea. The water was her tears.

Something was in the water — Alice could hear it.' Perhaps it's a big fish or sea animal,' she thought. She looked round. There, very near her, was a mouse.

'I'll speak to it,' thought Alice. 'Everything is strange here. Perhaps it can speak and understand me.'

'Oh Mouse,' she said. 'Do you know the way out of this room?' The Mouse didn't answer.

'Perhaps it doesn't understand English. Perhaps it's a French mouse,' Alice thought. She remembered some words from her schoolbook, so she spoke to the mouse in French.

'Where is my cat?' she asked.

The Mouse moved quickly away from her.

'Oh, I'm sorry,' said Alice. 'I forgot. You're a mouse, so you don't like cats.'

'Don't like cats!' cried the mouse. 'I'm a mouse. Of course I don't like cats!'

'No,' Alice said. 'No. But I think you will like Dinah. She is a nice, dear thing. She's very quiet and good. She catches a mouse every day - Oh! You're angry again! We won't talk about Dinah any more'

' We!' cried the Mouse.' I never speak about cats! Our family hates cats! I don't want to hear any more about them.'

' No, no,' said Alice quickly.' Perhaps — perhaps you like dogs? There's a very nice little dog near our house. It likes playing with children but it works too. It kills all the m.. — Oh! I'm sorry!'

The Mouse looked angrily at her and swam quickly away. 'Dear Mouse!' said Alice softly. 'Come back again and we won't talk about cats or dogs.'

When the Mouse heard this, it turned round. It swam slowly back. 'All right,' it said. 'I'll talk to you, but let's get out of the water.'

They climbed out and Alice looked round. There were a lot of animals and birds in the water. When they saw her, they got out of the water too.


Vocabulary



tears – слезы

politely – вежливо

to remember – вспоминать

size – размер

quiet – тихий

angrily - злобно

Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and the title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 2 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 3, 4). Answer each question with Yes or No.


1. Is the White Rabbit afraid of the Duchess?

2. Is Alice afraid of the White Rabbit?

3. Does Alice fall into the sea?

4. Is the Mouse angry with Alice?

5. Are there other people in the water?

6. Do Alice and the Mouse get out of the water?


2. Find Russian equivalents to the following words from the text.


I'm getting taller and taller; to put on; in a short time; after a time; he had his best clothes on; what’s four and four? ; to take off; way out; to move away; to swim away;



3. Fill in the missing prepositions.


1. Alice will give her feet some new shoes … Christmas.

2. She took the little key … the table.

3. Alice heard the sound … small feet.

4. She sat down … the floor and began to cry.

5. Alice put the hand … .

6. She feel … some water.

7. The Mouse was … the water too.

8. The Mouse looked angrily … Alice.


After reading


1. Work with your partner. Have the following conversation:


Student A: You are Alice. Ask the White Rabbit questions. Then answer his questions.

Student B: You are the White Rabbit. Answer Alice’s questions. Then ask her questions.


2. Retell the chapter 2 using your answers from exercise 1 (while reading).









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A Race


Alice and the birds and animals felt cold and wet. The largest bird spoke to Alice.

'Good afternoon,' it said loudly.' I am the Dodo.'

'What is a Dodo?' thought Alice, but she smiled politely. 'Hello, Dodo. I'm Alice,' she said.

'I have an idea,' said the Dodo.' We all want to get warm. So let's have a race — a Caucus race.'

'What is a Caucus race? 'Alice asked.

'I can tell you,' said the Dodo, 'but I won't. I'll show you! That will be easier.'

He put the animals and birds in different places in the room. In a race, somebody usually says, 'One, two, three, go!' But the Dodo didn't do that. Everybody started to run at different times and stopped at different times too. After half an hour, the Dodo cried, 'Everybody stop!' All the birds and animals stopped. Then they all came to the Dodo and stood round it. 'Who was first? Who was first?' they shouted.

The Dodo had to think about it. He sat for a long time with his finger in his mouth. Then he said, 'Everybody was first. So everybody can have a chocolate.'

'But who will give us the chocolates?' the Mouse asked.

'She will,' the Dodo said and looked at Alice. The birds and animals came and stood round Alice.

'Chocolates, chocolates!' they cried.

' What am I going to do?' thought Alice.' I haven't got any chocolates.' But then she saw a box of chocolates near her feet.

'Here we are,' she said, and opened the box. There was one chocolate for each bird and animal.

'But Alice has to have something, you know,' said the Mouse.

'Of course,' the Dodo answered. He turned to Alice.' What can you have?' he asked.

'I can have the box,' said Alice sadly.

'Give it to me,' said the Dodo and Alice gave it to him.

They all stood round Alice again, and the Dodo gave her the box.

'Please take this beautiful box,' he said.

'This is very stupid,' thought Alice and she wanted to laugh. But she didn't. She took the box and smiled politely.

The animals and birds ate their chocolates noisily. Some of them cried. The big animals and birds wanted more. But the chocolates were too big for the small birds, and they had to eat them very slowly. When they finished their chocolates, they sat and looked at Alice.

' Oh, where is Dinah?' said Alice.' I want her with me.'

'And who is Dinah?' the Dodo asked.

Alice loved to talk about her cat.' Dinah's our cat. She's very nice and very clever and fast. She can catch a mouse in the morning for her breakfast and a little bird in the evening for her dinner - Oh! I'm sorry!'

It was too late. The birds and animals started leaving.

One old bird said, 'I really have to go home. It gets so cold at night!'

Another bird called to her children,' Come away, my dears! It's time for bed!'

They all spoke politely to Alice and left the room. 'Oh, why did I talk about Dinah?' cried Alice.' Nobody likes Dinah down here, but she's the best cat in the world. Perhaps I'll never see her again!'

She sat down and started to cry again. After a time, she heard the sound of small feet and looked up.

'Perhaps it's the Mouse,' she thought.


Vocabulary



wet – мокрый

loudly – громко

a race – гонка

sadly – грустно

to laugh – смеяться

noisily - шумно

to shout - кричать


Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture. What is the strange about the bird with Alice?

2. Look at the title and create your associations in the cluster.

3. Watch the video 3 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 5, 6). Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).


1. Alice and the birds and animals felt warm and dry.

2. Dodo was a very big fish.

3. The race was between birds.

4. The prize for the top was a chocolate.

5. The Mouse gave the chocolate to the birds.

6. The animals and birds ate their chocolates quietly.

7. The birds and animals started leaving when Alice spoke about Dinah.


2. Translate the sentences into Russian.


1. I have an idea.

2. He put the animals and birds in different places in the room.

3. Everybody started to run at different times and stopped at different times too.

4. Then they all came to the Dodo and stood round it.

5. She took the box and smiled politely.

6. The birds and animals started leaving.



After reading


1. Answer the questions.


1. What was a Caucus race?

2. What did Alice get as a prize?

3. Why did the birds and animals start leaving?


2. Retell the chapter 3 using the answers from exercise 1 (after reading).
























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Chapter 4

The White Rabbit's House


It was not the Mouse. It was the White Rabbit. He came slowly into the room.

'Oh, my ears and nose!' he said quietly.' The Duchess! The Duchess! She'll be angry! They'll cut off my head, I know! Oh, where is it? Where did it fall?'

'He's looking for his hat,' thought Alice.

She wanted to help him, but she couldn't see the hat anywhere. She looked round. Everything was different now. She wasn't in the long room any more, and there was no table or water. She was outside again, in the country.

The White Rabbit saw her. 'What are you doing out here, Mary Ann?' he asked angrily.' Run home this minute and bring me a hat. Quick, now!'

Alice didn't say,' I'm not Mary Ann.' She felt too afraid. She ran fast and after a short time, she came to a pretty little house. Above the door were the words 'W. RABBIT'. She went in and ran up the stairs. ' This is very strange,' she thought.' I hope I don't meet Mary Ann. Why am I bringing a rabbit his hat? Perhaps when I get home, I'll do things for Dinah. Perhaps I'll watch mouse-holes for her!'

She went into a small room. There, on a table, was a hat and a little bottle. Alice took the hat and looked at the bottle. It didn't have the words ' DRINK ME' on it, but she drank from it.

'I know something interesting will happen,' she thought. 'When I eat or drink something here, it always does. I hope I get bigger this time. I don't like being small.'

She drank half the bottle. 'Oh, I'm getting much taller!' she cried.' Oh!' Her head hit the top of the house and she put the bottle down quickly.

' Oh no!' she thought.' I hope I don't get taller!'

She sat down. But after a very short time she was too big for the room. She had to put one arm out of the window and one foot in the fireplace.

' I can't do any more,' she thought.' What will happen to me?'

She waited for some time, but she didn't get bigger.

'Well, that's good,' she thought. But then she tried to move and couldn't. She didn't feel well and she was very unhappy.

' I'm never going to get out of here,' she thought.' It was much nicer at home. First I get larger, then I get smaller, then larger ... Oh, why did I go down the rabbit-hole? But it is interesting here. Perhaps somebody will write a book about this place — and about me! Perhaps I will, when I'm bigger.' Then she remembered.' But I'm bigger now!'

She heard somebody outside.' Mary Ann, Mary Ann! Where are you? Bring me my hat!' The words came from the garden, outside the window. It was the White Rabbit.

He came inside and ran up the stairs to the room. He tried to open the door. But he couldn't because Alice's back was next to it.

'I'll climb in through the window,' the Rabbit said.

'Oh no, you won't,' thought Alice. She waited and listened. One of her arms was outside the window. When she could hear the Rabbit outside the window, she moved her arm up and down. There was a little cry.

'Pat, Pat, where are you? Come here!' shouted the Rabbit.

'Coming, sir,' somebody — or something — answered.

'What's that in the window?' asked the Rabbit.

'It's an arm, sir,' Pat answered.

'Don't be stupid! How can it be an arm? It's too big!'

'It is very big, but it is an arm, sir.'

Well, what's it doing up there? Take it away!' said the Rabbit angrily.

Alice moved her arm again. Now there were two little cries. Everything was quiet for a short time, then something hard hit her arm.

'That hurt!' said Alice.

Something came through the window and fell on the floor. Alice looked down. It was a little cake.

'A cake? Why did they throw a cake?' she wondered.

Then she thought,' I'll eat it and perhaps I'll get smaller again. I can't get bigger!' So she ate the cake and two or three minutes later she was small again. She ran out of the house as quickly as she could.

The White Rabbit saw her. He ran after her but Alice ran too fast for him. After some time, she came to a wood. She was tired because she was very small now.

' I have to get bigger again,' said Alice.' But how? I have to eat or drink something, but the question is — what?'

That was the question. She looked all round her, but she couldn't see anything with 'eat me' or 'drink me' on it. There were some mushrooms near her. Some were white and some were brown. 'I eat mushrooms for dinner,' she thought. 'I'll eat some mushroom and perhaps I'll get bigger again.'

One white mushroom was as big as Alice. She stood up tall and looked over the top. There, on top of the mushroom, was a large green caterpillar.


Vocabulary



to cut – резать

above – над

fireplace – камин

to hit – удариться


hurt (n) – боль

mushrooms – грибы

caterpillar - гусеница


Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and the title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 4 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 7, 8, 9). Make the right choice.


1) The White Rabbit was looking for …

a. Alice

b. Mary Ann

c. the hat

2) When Alice came to the White Rabbit’s house, she saw …

a. a little bottle

b. a little cake

c. Dinah

3) The White Rabbit couldn’t open the door, because …

a. the door was closed

b. it was Alice’s arm next to it

c. it was Alice’s back next to it

4) Alice ate some … to get bigger.

a. a cake

b. mushrooms

c. a strawberry


2. Put the word into each sentence.


a. They will … the Rabbit’s head.

b. Alice thought, that the White Rabbit … the hat.

c. Alice hoped to … bigger.

d. Alice drank … the bottle.

e. She had to … one arm out of the window and one foot in the … .

f. Something came … the window and fell on the floor.

d. Alice ran out of the house … quickly … she could.


3. Find Russian equivalents to the following words from the text.


They'll cut off my head; to look for; to look round; run home this minute; above the door; She went in and ran up the stairs; I know something interesting will happen; I don't like being small; her head hit the top of the house; she had to put one arm out of the window and one foot in the fireplace; I'm never going to get out of here; Bring me my hat; to move up and down; what's it doing up there; as quickly as she could






After reading


1. Explain why:

1) Alice went in the White Rabbit’s house.

2) Alice drank from the little bottle.

3) Alice thought it was much nicer at home.

4) Alice ate the cake.


2. Retell the store following your answers from exercise 1 (after reading)





























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Chapter 5

The Caterpillar


The Caterpillar looked at Alice for some time before it spoke. Then it said slowly,' Who are you?'

It was a difficult question. 'I ... I don't really know, sir,' Alice said. 'I was Alice when I got up this morning. But then I changed — and then I changed again — and again.'

'What do you mean?' the Caterpillar asked.

'I don't know, 'Alice answered.' You see, I'm not me now.'

'I don't understand,' said the Caterpillar.

'I'll try and tell you,' said Alice. 'You see, I change all the time. It's very difficult for me.'

'Why? I can change very easily.'

'Well, perhaps it's not difficult for you, but it is for me,' said Alice.

'For you? Who are you?' said the Caterpillar and laughed. Alice felt angry. 'It asked me that question before,' she thought. She stood very tall and said,' I will tell you, but first, you tell me. Who are you?'

Why do I have to tell you?' asked the Caterpillar.

This was another difficult question and Alice could not answer it.

'This caterpillar isn't very friendly,' she thought. So she walked away.

'Come back!' the Caterpillar called. 'I want to tell you something important.' Alice turned and came back again.

'Don't get angry,' said the Caterpillar.

'Is that all? 'Alice asked. She felt very angry with the Caterpillar.

'No,' said the Caterpillar.

It did not speak for some minutes, then it said, 'So you're different, are you?'

'Yes, I am, sir,' said Alice.' I can't remember things, and my size changes all the time. Sometimes I get bigger and then I get smaller again.'

'So you can't remember things,' said the Caterpillar. 'Try this. Repeat, "You are old, Father William."'

Alice put her hands behind her back and repeated:

'You are old, Father William,' the young man said, 'And your hair is now very white;

So why do you often stand on your head — Do you think at your age it is right?'

'You are old, Father William,' the young man said, 'You are old and really quite fat; But you jump up and down and turn round and round, Now what is the answer to that ?'

'That is not right,' said the Caterpillar.

'I know. Some of the words are different,' said Alice.

'It's wrong from beginning to end,' said the Caterpillar. It was quiet for a time. Then it asked,' What size would you like to be?'

' I'd like to be taller,' said Alice.' Seven centimeters is too small.'

'Seven centimeters is a very good size,' said the Caterpillar angrily. It stood up very tall.

'It's a good size for you, but not for me,' said Alice. And she thought, 'Why does it get angry all the time?'

The Caterpillar was quiet for some minutes. Then it climbed down the mushroom. 'Eat from my mushroom and you'll get bigger. Eat from that brown mushroom there and you'll get smaller,' it said. It started to move away. A minute later, it vanished behind a flower and Alice never saw it again.

Alice looked at the two mushrooms and thought for a minute. Then she went to the Caterpillar's mushroom and broke off some of it with her right hand. She went to the brown mushroom and did the same with her left hand.

She ate some of the brown mushroom. Suddenly, her head hit her foot.

'Oh!' she cried.' I'm really small!'

She quickly ate a little from the white mushroom in her left hand. She started to get bigger. She ate some more and got very tall. Then she ate some from one hand and some from the other. In a short time, she was her right size again.

She felt quite strange. 'What shall I do now?' she wondered.' I know! I'll look for that beautiful garden.'

She began to walk through the wood. After some time, she came to a little house. It was about one meter high.

'I can't go inside, I'm too big,' Alice thought.' The people in the house will be afraid of me. I know! I'll eat some of the brown mushroom.' She opened the door and went in.


Vocabulary



difficult – трудный

to change – менять

to mean – иметь ввиду

easily – легко

tall – высокий

friendly – дружелюбный

important – важный

behind – сзади

fat – толстый

an end – конец

a centimeter – сантиметр

break off – отломить

inside - внутри


Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 5 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 10, 11). Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).


1) The Caterpillar looked at Alice for some time before it spoke.

2) Who are you? It was an easy question for Alice.

3) The Caterpillar could change very easily.

4) The Caterpillar was very friendly to Alice.

5) Alice wanted to be smaller.

6) The Caterpillar vanished behind a flower and Alice never saw it again.

7) Alice didn’t break off some mushroom.

8) She began to walk through the wood.


2. Translate into Russian.


The Caterpillar looked at Alice for some time before it spoke; but then I changed; what do you mean; perhaps it's not difficult for you; why do I have to tell you; come back; don't get angry; all the time; Alice put her hands behind her back and repeated; It was quiet for a time; break off; her head hit her foot; can't go inside


After reading


1. Put sentences in the right order.

1) The Caterpillar vanished behind a flower and Alice never saw it again.

2) Alice didn’t want to say who she is. She was angry.

3) The Caterpillar climbed down the mushroom.

4) Alice turned and came back again.

5) Alice went to the Caterpillar's mushroom and broke off some of it with her right hand.

6) When Alice was 18 centimeters high, she walked to the house.

7) Alice walked away.

8) The Caterpillar looked at Alice for some time.

2. Retell the chapter 5. Use your answers from early exercise.


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Chapter 6

The Duchess and the Cheshire Cat


Inside, a large, ugly woman sat with a baby in her arms. There was a cook by the fire and there was food on the table. Near the fire, there was a large cat with a big smile. This smile went from ear to ear on its face.

'I think that woman is the Duchess,' thought Alice.' Can girls speak to Duchesses?' she wondered.

But the Duchess did not say anything to her, so Alice asked, 'Please, why is your cat smiling?'

'Because it's a Cheshire Cat, that's why,' said the Duchess.

'So Cheshire Cats can smile. I didn't know that,' said Alice.

'You don't know much,' said the Duchess.

'That's not very polite,' thought Alice.

She started to say something. Suddenly, the cook threw a plate at the Duchess. The Duchess didn't move. The cook threw more things - plates, cups, spoons. Some of them hit the Duchess and the baby. The Duchess did nothing, but the baby started to cry. ' Oh, don't throw things at the baby!' cried Alice.' You'll hit its pretty nose!'

'You be quiet, it isn't your baby!' the Duchess shouted. She began to sing to it. These were the words of the song:

Be angry with your little boy, and hit him when he cries: He has to know that he's a child, He's really not your size!

The cook sang the song too. When they finished, they sang it again. The Duchess started to throw the baby up and down. At the end of the song, she threw the baby to Alice.

'Here, you can have it now,' she said. 'I have to get ready. I'm going to see the Queen.'

The cook threw another plate at the Duchess. It didn't hit her, but she left the room quickly.

Alice looked at the baby. It was a strange little thing and not very pretty. She took it outside.' I'll have to take this child away from here, or they'll kill it!' she thought. The baby made a strange little sound and she looked at it again.

'Its nose is changing!' she cried. She looked at it very carefully. 'Its face is changing, everything is changing! Oh! It's not a baby any more, it's a pig!'

It was very strange, but the baby was now a pig.

'What am I going to do with it?' Alice thought. The pig made another, louder sound. Alice put the little animal down and it ran happily away into the wood.

'It wasn't a pretty baby, but it's quite a pretty pig,' thought Alice.

She looked round her and jumped. The Cheshire Cat was up in one of the trees. The Cat smiled at Alice.

'It looks kind, but perhaps it will get angry. They all get angry in this place,' thought Alice. So she spoke to it very politely. 'Cheshire Cat, dear,' she said.

The Cat's smile got bigger.

'Please, can you help me? I want to go somewhere new,' said Alice.

'Where do you want to go?' asked the Cat.

'Somewhere different,' Alice said.

'Somewhere different,' repeated the Cat. It thought for a minute or two. Then it said, 'Walk that way and you'll come to a house. A man lives there. He makes hats and he's very strange. We call him the "Mad Hatter".'

'But I don't want to meet a strange man,' said Alice.

The cat didn't answer her. It said,' Walk this way and you'll find the March Hare. He's strange too.'

'But I told you, I don't want to meet strange animals.'

'Oh, you can't help that,' said the cat. 'We're all strange here. I'm strange. You're strange.'

'How do you know I'm strange?' asked Alice.

'Of course you are,' the Cat said. 'Everybody's strange here. I'm very strange. I laugh when I'm sad, and I cry when I'm happy. That's strange. Are you going to see the Queen today? She's quite strange too.'

'I'd like to see the Queen, 'Alice said, 'but I haven't got an invitation.'

'You'll see me in the Queen's garden,' said the Cheshire Cat, and vanished.

'That's strange, but not very strange,' thought Alice. She waited for two minutes, and the Cat came back again.

'What happened to the baby?' it asked.

'It changed into a pig,' Alice said.

'I knew it!' said the Cat and vanished again.

Alice stayed under the tree for a short time. 'Perhaps it will come back again,' she thought. But it didn't.

'I think I'll go and visit the March Hare,' said Alice. She started to walk to his home. After some minutes, she heard a sound. She looked up, and there was the Cheshire Cat in a tree — a different tree.

'Did you say "pig"?' asked the Cat.

'Yes,' Alice answered. Then she said, 'Cheshire Cat, one minute you vanish and the next minute you're there again. I don't like it.'

'I know,' said the cat. And this time it vanished quite slowly. First its body went, then its legs. Then all of it vanished, and there was only its smile.

'There are a lot of cats without a smile, but a smile without a cat! Now that's very strange!' Alice said. Slowly, the Cheshire Cat's smile vanished too, and Alice began to walk again. She saw the March Hare's house through the trees. It was bigger than the Duchess's house.

Alice ate some of the white mushrooms. She got bigger again. In a short time she was about 60 centimeters high. She felt afraid, but walked to the house.

'I hope the March Hare isn't too strange,' she thought.


Vocabulary



ugly – безобразный

cook – повар

pretty – хорошенький

carefully – осторожно

kind – добрый

way – путь, способ

an invitation – приглашение

different - разный




Activities

Before reading


1. Work with another student. Have this conversation.


Student A: You are the Caterpillar. You are not polite. Ask Alice, Who are you. When she answers, ask more questions.

Student B: You are Alice. Answer the Caterpillar’s questions.


2. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

3. Watch the video 6 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 12, 13, 14). Who said it?


1) ' Please, why is your cat smiling?'

2) 'You don't know much,'

3) It's not a baby any more, it's a pig!'

4) 'Walk that way and you'll come to a house. A man lives there. He makes hats and he's very strange.

5) 'How do you know I'm strange?'

6) I'm very strange. I laugh when I'm sad, and I cry when I'm happy.

7) 'I'd like to see the Queen, but I haven't got an invitation.'

8) 'There are a lot of cats without a smile, but a smile without a cat!


2. Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).


1) The Duchess was a large, ugly woman.

2) The cook threw a plate at the Alice. Alice didn't move.

3) The baby was a strange little thing but very pretty.

4) It was very strange, but the baby was a pig.

5) Alice didn’t want to meet a strange man.

6) The Cheshire Cat laughs when he is happy, and he cries when he is sad.

7) Alice had an invitation to the Queen.

8) Alice saw the March Hare's house through the trees. It was bigger than the Duchess's house.


3. Find Russian equivalents to the following words from the text.


This smile went from ear to ear on its face; that's why; You don't know much; to throw up and down; At the end of the song; she took it outside; it's quite a pretty pig; It looks kind; somewhere different; walk that way; she waited for two minutes; after some minutes; She felt afraid, but walked to the house.


After reading


1. Prove that:


1) The Cheshire Car has a smile

2) The Duchess is ugly and not polite


2. Retell the story using your answers from exercise 2 (while reading).
















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Chapter 7

A Tea Party


There was a tree in front of the house. Under the tree was a big table with a lot of chairs round it. But there were only three at the table: the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and a large brown mouse. The Mouse sat between the Mad Hatter and the March Hare

When they saw Alice, they cried,' No, no, you can't sit here! There isn't a place for you!'

'There are a lot of places, 'Alice said. She sat down in a chair at one end of the table.

'Have some wine,' the Mad Hatter said politely.

Alice looked round the table but there was only tea.

'I don't see any wine,' she answered.

'There isn't any,' said the March Hare.

'Then why did you say, "Have some wine"? It wasn't very polite of you,' Alice said angrily.

'We didn't invite you to tea, but you came. That wasn't very polite of you,' said the March Hare.

'No, it wasn't. Cut your hair!' said the Mad Hatter.

'Oh, be quiet,' said Alice.

The Mad Hatter opened his eyes very wide, but he said nothing. Then he took out his watch and looked at it. 'What day is it?' he asked.

Alice thought for a little.' Wednesday, I think,' she said.

'My watch says Monday,' the Mad Hatter said.' You see, I was right. Butter isn't good for a watch.' He looked angrily at the March Hare.

'But it was the best butter,' answered the March Hare.

'Yes, but you put it in with the bread knife. Perhaps some bread got in.'

The March Hare took the watch from the Mad Hatter and looked at it sadly. Then he put it in his tea. He took it out and looked at it again.' It was the best butter, you know,' he repeated.

Alice looked at the watch.' It's a strange watch!' she said.' It tells you the day, but it doesn't tell you the time.' '

'So? Does your watch tell you the year?' asked the Mad Hatter.

'No,' Alice answered,' but it's the same year for a very long time.'

'And my watch doesn't tell the time because it's always tea-time.' Alice thought about that.' I don't really understand you,' she said politely. She looked round the table. There were a lot of teacups on the table.

'We move from place to place,' said the Mad Hatter.

'Don't you wash the cups?' asked Alice.

'No, we don't have time,' said the Mad Hatter.

'Why not?' asked Alice.

'It's a long story,' said the Mad Hatter.' Time was my friend, you see. But he and I aren't friends now. So he doesn't do anything for me. And I don't have time for anything.'

'I see,' said Alice and smiled politely. But she didn't really understand.

'Oh, look! The Mouse is asleep again,' said the Mad Hatter. He took his teacup and put a little hot tea on the Mouse's nose. It woke up and started to sing.

'Be quiet!' the Mad Hatter said very loudly, and the Mouse stopped singing.

'Have some more tea,' the March Hare said to Alice.

'Thank you, but I haven't got any tea. So how can I have some more?'

'You can have more,' the Mad Hatter said.' You can have more than nothing.'

'I don't think — ' Alice began.

'Then don't speak,' the Mad Hatter said.

Alice got up angrily and walked away from the table into the woods.

'Perhaps they'll call me back,' she thought. 'And then they'll be nice to me and give me some tea and bread-and-butter.'

But they didn't say anything.

When she looked back, the Mouse was asleep with its head on its plate.

'I'll never go there again,' Alice said. 'That was a stupid - tea party!'

She looked round and saw a door in one of the trees. 'A door in a tree? That's strange!' she thought. And she opened the door and went inside.

Oh, good!' she cried. She was back in the long room, near the little table! 'I'm small now. I can get through the little door into the garden.'

The key was on the table. She took it and opened the little door. Then she ate some of the brown mushroom. She started to get smaller. When she was about 30 centimeters high, she walked through the door into the garden.


Vocabulary



in front of – напротив

wine – вино

to invite – приглашать

wide – широкий

watch – часы

butter – масло

asleep - спящий


Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 7 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 15, 16). Who said these things?


1) 'I don't see any wine,'

2) 'Cut your hair!'

3) 'My watch says Monday,'

4) 'It was the best butter,'

5) 'Have some more tea,'

6) 'That was a stupid - tea party!'


2. Put the word into each sentence.


1) There was a tree … the house.

2) Alice sat down in a chair at one … of the table.

3) We didn't … you to tea, but you came.

4) The Mad Hatter opened his eyes very … , but he said nothing.

5) The Mad Hatter … his watch and looked at it.

6) Alice got up … and walked … from the table into the woods.

7) The Mouse was … with its head on its plate.

8) Alice opened the door and went … .


3. Translate into English.


1) Под деревом стоял большой стол со стульями вокруг него.

2) Алиса села на стул в одном конце стола.

3) Алиса осмотрела стол, но на нем был только чай.

4) Сумасшедший шляпник открыл широко глаза, но ничего не сказал.

5) Заяц взял часы у Шляпника и грустно посмотрел на них.

6) Это странные часы. Они говорят вам день, но не говорят вам время.

7) Алиса разозлилась и вышла из-за стола в лес.

8) Когда она была около 30 сантиметров ростом, она прошла чрез дверь в сад.


After reading


1. Discuss these questions.


1) Alice thinks the Mad Hatter’s tea party is stupid. Why? What do you think?

2) Which characters are most friendly to Alice? Which are unfriendly?


2. Retell the chapter 7.









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Chapter 8

Inside the Garden


Near Alice was a small tree with flowers on it. There were three gardeners by the tree.

'Be careful, Five!' one of them said.

'I'm always careful, Seven,' answered Five.

Alice went to them.' What are you doing?' she asked.

'We're making the flowers red,' one of the gardeners said.

'That's strange!' thought Alice.' Why?' she asked.

The three men looked unhappy.

'You tell her, Seven,' Five said.

'No,' said Seven, 'You tell her, Two.'

'Well, Miss, the Queen wanted trees with red flowers on them. But this tree's got white flowers! We don't want the Queen to see it. She'll be very angry and cut off our heads. So we're making the flowers red before she sees them.'

'Oh no!' Five shouted suddenly.' The Queen! The Queen!'

The three gardeners fell to the ground, with their faces down. Alice heard the sound of many feet and turned round. ' Oh good!' she thought.' Now I'll see the Queen.'

First, ten men with clubs in their hands came into the garden. Next came the King's men. There were ten of them, and they had red diamonds on their clothes. The children of the King and Queen came next, all with red hearts. After them there were a lot more people. Most of them were Kings and Queens. The White Rabbit was there, but he didn't see Alice. The Knave of Hearts came next. Last of all were the King and Queen of Hearts.

When these people saw Alice, they all stopped. The Queen said to the Knave of Hearts, 'Who is this?'

The Knave of Hearts didn't know. So he smiled and said nothing.

'Stupid man!' shouted the Queen. She turned to Alice and said,' What’s your name, child?’

'My name is Alice, Madam,' Alice answered.

She didn't feel very afraid of the Queen.' They're only cards', she thought.

The Queen looked at the gardeners. They were on the ground and she couldn't see their faces. 'Who are these men?' she asked.

'Don't ask me, I don't know,' answered Alice, not very politely.

The Queen's face got redder and redder. She looked at Alice and shouted,' Cut off her head! Cut -'

'Oh, be quiet!' said Alice.

The Queen stopped shouting. The King put his hand on her arm. He said quietly, 'Don't be angry, my dear. She's only a child.'

The Queen turned away from him angrily.' Turn those men over!' she said to the Knave of Hearts. The Knave did this very carefully, with one foot.

'Get up!' the Queen shouted.

The three gardeners jumped up. The Queen turned to the little tree and looked at it carefully. 'What's wrong with these flowers?' she asked the gardeners.

'Well, you see, M — M — Madam,' said Two.' They were white, and — and —'

The Queen looked from the flowers to the men.' I see,' she said.' Cut off their heads!'

Everybody started walking again. The gardeners ran to Alice. 'Help us!' they cried. Alice put them behind some trees.

'Don't be afraid,' she said. 'They're not going to cut off your heads.'

The King's men looked for the gardeners but couldn't find them.' Are their heads off?' shouted the Queen.

'Yes, Madam,' shouted the King's men.

'Good!' shouted the Queen.

Everybody started walking again and Alice walked with them.

'It's a very fine day,' somebody said. Alice turned round and there was the White Rabbit next to her.

'Very,' said Alice.' Where's the Duchess?'

'Quiet!' said the Rabbit and looked all round him. Then he put his mouth near to Alice's ear. 'They're going to cut off her head!' he said.

'Why?' asked Alice.

'Did you say," Oh no!"?' asked the White Rabbit.

'No, I didn't. I said," Why? "'

'She hit the Queen,' the Rabbit said. Alice started to laugh.

'Quiet!' said the Rabbit again. 'The Queen will hear you, she hears everything. You see, the Duchess came late. When she arrived, the Queen said —Suddenly, the Queen shouted very loudly' Cut off their heads!'

'Who's going to lose their head now?' Alice wondered. She began to feel afraid.' The Queen isn't angry with me now,' she thought.' But it will happen. I would like to speak to somebody about it.'

She looked round. The White Rabbit wasn't there. She looked up. There was something above her head.

'What is it?' she wondered. She watched for a minute or two. It was a smile! ' It's the Cheshire Cat,' she thought.' Now I can talk to somebody.'

'How are you?' the Cheshire Cat asked.

Alice waited. She thought,' I won't speak to it before it has its ears - or perhaps one ear.'

In another minute, she could see its ears and eyes.

'Do you like the Queen?' the Cat asked.

'I don't,' said Alice. But then she saw the Queen. She was very near Alice.' She's wonderful,' said Alice. The Queen smiled and moved away. But the King saw the Cat's head and came to Alice.

'Who are you talking to?' he asked.

'It's a friend — a Cheshire Cat,' answered Alice.

The King looked carefully at the Cat.' I don't like it,' said the King.

'Well, I don't like you' said the Cat.

'That's not polite,' said the King and got behind Alice.

Alice said, 'A cat can look at a King. I read that in a book, I think.'

'Well, this cat has to go,' said the King. He called to the Queen,' My dear, I don't like this cat.'

The Queen had only one answer to problems.' Cut off its head!' she shouted loudly. She didn't look at the Cat. The King smiled happily

After a short time, there were a lot of people round the Cat. There was the King and Queen, and a man with a very long knife in his hand.

'How can I cut off its head?' asked the man with the knife. 'I can't do it and I'm not going to.'

' Oh yes you are,' said the King.' It's got a head, so you can cut it off.'

'Do something now or I'll cut off everybody's head!' said the Queen angrily.

'What do you think?' the King asked Alice.

Alice thought for a minute. Then she said,' It's the Duchess's Cat. Ask her about it.'

'Bring the Duchess here,' the Queen said.

Then the Cheshire Cat's head started to vanish. Somebody came back with the Duchess. But now there was nothing above Alice's head — not an eye or an ear or a smile. The King looked for the Cat for some time, but he couldn't find it anywhere.

'Come for a walk, you dear thing,' the Duchess said to Alice. She put her arm through Alice's and they walked through the garden.

'She's very friendly to me,' thought Alice.' Perhaps when the cook isn't there, she's nice. When I'm a Duchess, I'm going to be kind to my children.'

'Are you thinking?' asked the Duchess. 'You have to talk to me, you know.'

'All right,' said Alice. She could hear the Queen at the other end of the garden. 'Cut off her head! Cut off his head!' she shouted, every two or three minutes.

'Will they cut off your head?' Alice asked the Duchess.

'Oh no, they never cut off anybody's head. The Queen likes saying it, but she never does it.'

Alice wanted to ask more questions but they heard a cry: ' The trial is beginning!'

'What trial is it?' Alice asked. The Duchess didn't answer and started to run. Her arm was in Alice's, so Alice ran too.



Vocabulary



gardener – садовник

club – трефовая масть

diamond – бриллиант

card – карта

to arrive – прибывать

to lose – терять

wonderful – замечательно

trial - суд






Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 8 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 17, 18, 19). Finish each sentence. Find the second half.


1) We are making the flowers red

2) The three gardeners fell to the ground

3) The Queen turned to the little tree

4) The King’s men looked for the gardeners

5) Everybody started walking again

6) The King Looked for the Cat for some time

7) The Queen likes saying it,

8) Her arm was in Alice’s,


a) and Alice walked with them.

b) and looked at it carefully.

c) but he couldn’t find it anywhere.

d) with their faces down.

e) but she never does it.

f) so Alice ran too.

g) before she sees them.

h) but couldn’t find them.


2. Find Russian equivalents to the following words from the text.


One of them; The three gardeners fell to the ground, with their faces down.; ten men with clubs in their hands; last of all; The Queen turned away from him angrily; Are their heads off; Then he put his mouth near to Alice's ear.; There was something above her head.; The King looked carefully at the Cat; She put her arm through Alice's; The trial is beginning.



After reading


1. Answer the questions.


1) How did Alice get into the beautiful garden?

2) Whom did she see here?

3) What were the gardeners doing?

4) What did the gardeners do when they saw the Queen?

5) Was the Queen angry?

6) What did the White Rabbit say to Alice?


2. Retell the chapter 8 following your answers from early exercise.

























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Chapter 9

Who Took the Tarts?


Alice and the Duchess followed everybody into a house with one very large room. The King and Queen were there. They sat on big chairs above all the animals and birds. All the cards were there too. Near the King was the White Rabbit. He had a paper in his hand and looked very important. The Knave of Hearts stood in front of the King and Queen. He stood between two men and his head was down. It was his trial. In the middle of the room was a table with a large plate of tarts on it.

Alice found a place and sat down. She looked round.

'I know a lot of the animals and birds here,' she thought. She looked hungrily at the tarts.

'I hope they finish the trial quickly' she thought.' Then we can eat the tarts.'

Suddenly, the White Rabbit cried,' Quiet please!'

The King looked round the room.' Read the paper!' he said. The White Rabbit stood up and read from a very long paper:

The Queen of Hearts, she made some tarts, One lovely sunny day; The Knave of Hearts, he took those tarts, He took them all away.

'Cut off his head!' cried the Queen.

'No, no,' said the Rabbit. 'We have to call people into the room, and ask them questions.'

'All right then. Call the Mad Hatter!' said the King.

The Mad Hatter came into the room. He had a teacup in one hand, and some bread-and-butter in the other hand.

'Why did you call me? I wanted to finish my tea,' he said.

'When did you begin your tea?' asked the King.

The Mad Hatter thought for a minute. The March Hare and the Mouse were quite near him and he looked at them for ideas. Then he said,' March the fourteenth - I think.'

'Fifteenth,' said the March Hare.

'Sixteenth,' said the Mouse.

'Write that down,' said the King to the White Rabbit. Then he said to the Mad Hatter, 'Take off your hat.'

'It isn't mine,' said the Mad Hatter.

'Oh, so you took it from somebody, you bad man,' said the King.

'No, no! I sell hats. I'm a Hatter,' answered the Mad Hatter. He looked very afraid.

'Don't be afraid or I'll cut off your head!' said the King.

' I'm not a bad man!' the Mad Hatter cried.' But the March Hare told me —'

'I didn't!' the March Hare said quickly.

'Well, the Mouse said ...' The Mad Hatter stopped and looked at the Mouse. But the Mouse didn't say anything, because he was asleep.

'After that,' said the Mad Hatter,' I cut some more bread-and-butter.'

But what did the Mouse say?' asked the King.

'I can't remember,' the Mad Hatter said.

'You have to remember,' the King said, 'or I'll cut off your head.'

'I'm a good man, Sir ...' the unhappy Mad Hatter began. But the King wasn't interested now.

'You can go,' he said to the Mad Hatter.

The Mad Hatter ran out of the room.

'Take his head off outside!' shouted the Queen. Two men ran after him. But the Mad Hatter ran very fast and they could not catch him.

Alice did not feel very well. 'What's wrong with me?' she wondered. And then she understood.' I'm getting bigger again,' she thought.

She was between the Duchess and the Mouse.' You're hurting me,' the Duchess said.

' I can't do anything,' said Alice.' I'm getting bigger.'

'You can't get bigger here', said the Mouse.

'Yes, I can,' said Alice. 'You're getting bigger too.'

'Yes, but not as fast as you,' said the Mouse. He got up and sat in a different place.

'Call the next person!' said the King.

The next person came in. It was the Duchess's cook.

The King looked at her. 'What do you know about these tarts?' he asked. The cook didn't answer.

'Speak!' said the King.

'No!' said the cook.

'Ask her some questions,' the White Rabbit said to the King.

'All right, all right,' said the King.' What was in those tarts?'

'Fish,' said the cook.

'Don't be stupid,' said the King.' Call the next person!'

Alice looked round. 'Who can it be?' she wondered.

The White Rabbit looked at his paper and read the next name: 'Alice!'


Vocabulary

tart – пирог

in the middle of – в середине

hungrily – с жадностью (как голодный)

to sell - продавать

Activities

Before reading


1. Discuss these questions.


1) What do you think the trial is for?

2) What do you think will happen at the trial?


2. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

3. Watch the video 9 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 20, 21). Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).

1) Alice and the Duchess followed the White Rabbit into a house with one very large room.

2) The White Rabbit had a paper in his hand and looked very important.

3) In the middle of the room was a table with a large plate of bread and butter on it.

4) Alice looked hungrily at the tarts.

5) The Mad Hatter had a teacup in one hand, and some bread-and-butter in the other hand.

6) Alice felt very well.

2. Complete the sentences. Use these words:


in front of above in the middle of near between

1) The King and Queen are sitting on chairs … all the animals.

2) The White Rabbit is … the King.

3) The Knave of Hearts is standing … the King and Queen.

4) The Knave of Hearts is standing … two men.

5) The March Hare and the Mouse are quite … the Mad Hatter.

6) Alice is … the Duchess and the Mouse.

7) The tarts are … the room.


After reading


1. Put sentences in the right order.


1) The White Rabbit stood up and read from a very long paper.

2) Alice found a place and sat down. She looked round.

3) Mouse didn't say anything, because he was asleep.

4) They sat on big chairs above all the animals and birds.

5) The next person came in. It was the Duchess's cook.

6) Alice and the Duchess followed everybody into a house with one very large room.

7) The Mad Hatter ran out of the room.

8) The Mad Hatter came into the room.


2. Retell the chapter 9 using your answers from early exercise.

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Chapter 10

The End of the Trial


'Here!' cried Alice and stood up quickly. But she was tall now, and chairs, tables and people fell here, there and everywhere.

'Put everything and everybody back!' said the King loudly. Alice put them all back in their places. Then the King asked, ' What do you know about these tarts?'

'Nothing,' answered Alice.

'That's very important,' said the King.

'You mean, unimportant, Sir,' said the White Rabbit.

'Unimportant — of course,' said the King. Important — unimportant — important — unimportant,' he repeated.

He looked at Alice carefully. He took a book and read from it. 'Alice is more than a kilometer high. So she has to leave the room!' he said.

'I'm not more than a kilometer high —'Alice began.

'You are,' said the King.

'More than two kilometers high,' said the Queen.

'Well, I'm not leaving this room,' said Alice.

The King's face went white.

'Cut off her head!' shouted the Queen. Nobody moved.

'You stupid woman,' said Alice. She was very large now and she wasn't afraid of anybody.

'Cut off her head!' shouted the Queen.

'Don't be stupid!' Alice said. 'Who's afraid of you? I'm not. You're only cards!'

The cards — all fifty-two of them — came down on top of Alice. She felt afraid and angry and started to fight them. Then she opened her eyes ...

She saw a tree, a big old tree. She was under it, next to her sister. Her sister's hand was on her hair.

'Wake up, Alice dear,' her sister said. 'You slept for a long time!'

'Oh!' said Alice, and then she understood. She sat up and told her sister about the White Rabbit and the rabbit-hole. When she finished her story, her sister laughed.

' Let's go home to tea,' she said.' It's getting late.'

'Oh yes! I'd like some tea!' cried Alice. And she got up and ran home.


Activities

Before reading


1. Look at the picture and title. What do you think will happen in this episode?

2. Watch the video 10 and guess the contents of this part.


While reading


1. Listen and read the text (track 22). Mark the sentences as T (true) or F (false).


1) Alice was tall now, and chairs, tables and people fell here, there and everywhere.

2) Alice didn’t put them all back in their places.

3) Alice knew everything about the tarts.

4) Alice was more than a kilometer high.

5) Alice was very large but she was afraid of somebody.

6) Then Alice opened her eyes ... She was under the tree, next to her sister.


After reading


1. Retell the chapter 10.

2. Write a composition about your favorite character from the text.



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During my practice I revealed a problem that some children aren’t interested in learning a foreign language, but we think that literature can help both pupil and teacher with it.

The motivation and interest are particularly important at the age of 11-12 years old. In this type of work we find the most exciting genre – fairytale. In English literature we meet with the wonderful author Lewis Carroll, who wrote the well-known fairy-nonsense "Alice in Wonderland". Students improve their vocabulary skills through immersion in an interesting, fabulous environment. Also, this project is relevant for teachers, because they can use it as additional material in the classroom or as extracurricular activities, and it may be included in the educational process as a whole.

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