Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature Lesson Pack 3: Jabberwocky

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Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature L3 - Jabberwocky, Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures In Wonderland, Through The Looking-Glass, Nonsense Word, Neologism, Portmanteau Word
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This lesson looks at Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky and encourages students to examine the nonsense words used, before coming up with their own definitions.
Into the Unknown Pre-1914 Literature Lesson Pack 3: Jabberwocky contains:
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L3 Tweetsheet [PDF]
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L3 Jabberwocky Text [PDF]
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L3 Nonsense Dictionary [PDF]
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L3 PowerPoint [PPT]
  • Into the Unknown Pre 1914 Literature L3 Teaching Ideas [PDF]

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