For really this morning I've nothing to do. Your output could be ASCII art or an image or an animation or a webpage or pretty much anything that follows the rules. The point of course is to be artistic and original.
The mouse has already told us that he dislikes both cats and dogs. This is normal since cats chase mice, and dogs are larger than mice. Dogs could also be intimidating since they are so energetic and knock different items around if these are bigger dogs. The mouse says that he has reasons why he does not like those two animals, which Alice has to ask what are those reasons.
The mouse remarks that he will tell her later when he is on safer, dryer land. The mouse nearly forgets, but Alice asks him if he can tell her about his background story; about his Cs and Ds. The mouse begins to tell Alice and the other assembled animals why he does not like cats and dogs. The English language is somewhat cross-examined by Carroll in this passage, but you would not be able to see this unless you read the book.
He shows how that English can be difficult to comprehend due to confusing words.
It seems that Carroll is commenting that English is complicated and that it is hard for young children, unless it is written, to understand the language. If the word is written we can see how the definition. Tale is like a story, but tail is what cats clean and dogs wag. He becomes angry with her apathy at the story she wanted to know so badly before. Originally the mouse believes that him and Alice are on the same page, but they are not even close. Patterns for simple costuming are included as well.
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Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I'm always a little skeptical about "instant" programs -- they usually make up for the lack of practice time with poor content, shallow story line, and not much "wow" factor.
"The Mouse's Tale" is a concrete poem by Lewis Carroll which appears in his novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Though no formal title for the poem is. "It is a long tail, certainly," said Alice, looking down with wonder at the Mouse's tail; "but why do you call it sad?" And she kept on puzzling about it while the.
The first "practice" was a little rough as I tried to explain to everyone that we were pantomiming along with the CD, not actually saying the parts. A few kids needed one-on-one help really getting into their role, and the usually last minute drop-outs threw a few kinks into the program. However, despite all that, the program was a HUGE hit.
We heard comments like, "For once, I could finally hear the play! The story line was a bit too complex for our group of kids, so we quickly switched to "A Mouse's Tale". Things have been going well.