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Classic (fiction), 2,132 words, Level Y (Grade 5), Multi-Part Classics, Lexile 1100L
Alice's continues growing larger. When she explains that she has nothing to add as a witness, the King invokes a rule that all persons one mile high must leave the court. Alice refuses, and the trial continues. She defiantly takes a stand against all the nonsense when courtroom chaos ensues. The playing cards in the courtroom rise up and attack her. This scene transforms into Alice waking to find her sister brushing leaves off her face. She describes her wonderful dream as her sister imagines herself in Wonderland.
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Use the reading strategy of retelling to understand the story
Compare and Contrast : Compare and contrast settings, characters, and events in the story
Grammar and Mechanics
Superlative Adjectives : Identify and use superlative adjectives
Similes and Metaphors : Identify and understand similes and metaphors
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