We chose this text because it represented the longing and fear Alice had as she thought she was crazy
“To the left,’ the Cat said, ‘lives a Hatter. And to the right, lives a March Hare. You can visit either of them. They’re both mad. But I Don’t want to visit mad people, said Alice. ‘We’re all mad here, you know,’ said the Cat. I’m mad. You’re mad. ‘How do you know that I’m mad?’ said Alice. ‘Of course you’re mad,’ said the Cat. ‘Only mad people come here’. She pushed the baby into Alice’s arms and hurried out of the room.
‘Oh, the poor little thing!’ said Alice, looking at the baby, which had a very strange face. But a few minutes later, there was no mistake. It was a pig. Alice put it carefully on the ground, and it ran quietly away on its four legs into the wood. ‘I’m pleased about that,’ Alice said to herself”. Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
Sounds from B.B.C. archive. Sound created during the CLIL program by girls and boys of the “IC San Giulio” school in San Maurizio d’Opaglio (Italy)