Everything you need to understand or teach Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl.
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator is a work of fiction by Roald Dahl. Charlie, a brave and smart boy, has just inherited the chocolate factory from Willy Wonka, an eccentric and energetic inventor. Together with Charlie's whole family, they venture off into space, save the brand-new Space Hotel USA from evil aliens, and crash back onto Earth through the roof of the chocolate factory, where adventures take place such as the administration of Willy Wonka's miraculous medicine called Wonka-Vite. Throughout its narrative, the novel depicts themes such as honesty, courage, and the power of curiosity.
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Lesson Plans contain 158 pages of teaching material, including: