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Classic (fiction), 2,189 words, Level Y (Grade 5), Multi-Part Classics, Lexile 860L
Alice walks into a large room with about fifty looking-glass guests at a table. She sits down with the Red and White queens and kings, who regale her with riddles and poetry. The room begins to go haywire: objects transform into other objects, and general chaos ensues. Alice determines that the Red Queen is responsible and shakes her into a kitten. She finally wakes up with the black kitten in her hands and contemplates the nature of reality--was the whole experience her dream, or was she part of the Red King's dream?
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See Through the Looking Glass
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Use the reading strategy of connecting to prior knowledge before and during reading
Analyze settings in the story
Grammar and Mechanics
Identify and understand the use of possessive nouns
Identify and use homophones
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