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Classic (fiction), 2,878 words, Level Y (Grade 5), Lexile 860L
Alice is confronted with a confusing circular path, which leads her into a conversation with some very rude flowers who criticize her appearance. Then, she meets the Red Queen, who takes her farther into what appears to be a chessboard world where, no matter how fast they run, they can't seem to get anywhere. The Red Queen seems to vanish into thin air, and Alice comes to the conclusion that she, herself, is a pawn in the Looking-Glass world, and it is time for her to move on, as she wants to become a queen.
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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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