PRESENTATION BY
Ms. Anchna Khatarkar
TGT ENGLISH
JNV Morena
B
efore we proceedInvention means to make something new .
In ancient time, the people led very simple
and non - technical ...
THE INVENTION OF VITAWONKA

ROALD DAHL

CLASS VII (ENGLISH)
About the Author
Roald Dahl 13 September 1916 – 23November 1990) 
was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, fighte...
Mr.WILLY WoNKA,
the SCIeNtISt
Willy Wonka  

is a fictional
character in Roald Dahl's 1964 children's novel
Charlie and th...
Mr Willy Wonka begins by inventing Wonka-Vite, which makes people
younger.

As soon as he started his work some ideas ca...
He jumped into the Great Glass Elevator and
rushed all over the world to collect special items
from the oldest living thi...
He found very old and ancient animals and took an
important little bit of something from each one of them — a
hair or an ...
Then he boiled ,mixed and tested all the things in his
Inventing Room.
He produced one tiny cupful of oily black liquid a...
Then he boiled ,mixed and tested all the things in his
Inventing Room.
He produced one tiny cupful of oily black liquid a...
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  1. 1. PRESENTATION BY Ms. Anchna Khatarkar TGT ENGLISH JNV Morena
  2. 2. B efore we proceedInvention means to make something new . In ancient time, the people led very simple and non - technical life. As the people did physical work , they did not become ill. B ,the modern age is the time of technical ut and comfortable life. At present ,the people are using different electrical and other gadgets in their life. T oday ,we are able to use these techniques and new methods just because of invention. It has made our life very easy and comfortable. so let us study and enjoy this imaginary story written by Roald Dahl which is taken from Charlie and the Great
  3. 3. THE INVENTION OF VITAWONKA ROALD DAHL CLASS VII (ENGLISH)
  4. 4. About the Author Roald Dahl 13 September 1916 – 23November 1990)  was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, fighter pilot and  screenwriter.Born in Wales to Norwegian parents, he served in  the Royal Air Force during World War II, in which he became a  flying ace and intelligence officer, rising to the rank of  wing commander. Dahl rose to prominence in the 1940s, with  works for both children and adults, and became one of the  world's best-selling authors. He has been referred to as "one of the greatest storytellers for  children of the 20th century".  
  5. 5. Mr.WILLY WoNKA, the SCIeNtISt Willy Wonka   is a fictional character in Roald Dahl's 1964 children's novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, its sequel  Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, and the film adaptations of these books that followed. The book and the film adaptations both vividly depict an odd Wonka, a feature arising from his creative  and eccentric genius. He bewilders the other characters with his antics, but Charlie enjoys Wonka's behavior. In the 2005 film adaptation, Willy Wonka's behavior is viewed more as a (sympathetic)character flaw. Wonka's reasons for giving away his fabulous factory is never revealed either in the books or the 1971 film adaptation. Many speculate the reason that Wonka was terminally ill.
  6. 6. Mr Willy Wonka begins by inventing Wonka-Vite, which makes people younger. As soon as he started his work some ideas came to his mind.such as-‘What is the oldest living thing in the world? What lives longer than anything else?’ A tree called the Bristlecone pine that grows upon the slopes of Wheeler Peak in Nevada, U.S.A. It lives over 4000 years .
  7. 7. He jumped into the Great Glass Elevator and rushed all over the world to collect special items from the oldest living things. He collected the following things a pint of sap from a 4000-year-old bristlecone pine the toe-nail clippings from a 168-year-old russian farmer called petrovitch gregorovitch  an egg laid by a 200-year-old tortoise belonging to the king of tonga  the tail of a 51-year-old horse in Arabia the whiskers of a 36-year-old cat called crumpets an old flea which had lived on crumpets for 36 years the tail of a 207-year-old giant rat from tibet  the black teeth of a 97-year-old grimalkin living in a cave on mount popocatepetl
  8. 8. He found very old and ancient animals and took an important little bit of something from each one of them — a hair or an eyebrow or sometimes it was no more than an ounce or two of the jam scraped from between its toes while it was sleeping. He found T E W IST E IG, T E B OL , T E SK H H L -P H OB INK H ROCK T E , H P L OL YFROG, T E GIANT CURL H ICUE T E ST , H INGING SL AND T E UG H VE NOM OUS SQUE L who can spit poison right into your eye RK E from fifty yards away.
  9. 9. Then he boiled ,mixed and tested all the things in his Inventing Room. He produced one tiny cupful of oily black liquid and gave four drops of it to a brave twenty-year-old OompaLoompa volunteer to see what happened.” As he swallowed it, he began wrinkling and shrivelling up all over and his hair started dropping off and his teeth started falling out and, before I knew it, he had suddenly become an old fellow of seventy-five! Now he became happy over his success
  10. 10. Then he boiled ,mixed and tested all the things in his Inventing Room. He produced one tiny cupful of oily black liquid and gave four drops of it to a brave twenty-year-old OompaLoompa volunteer to see what happened.” As he swallowed it, he began wrinkling and shrivelling up all over and his hair started dropping off and his teeth started falling out and, before I knew it, he had suddenly become an old fellow of seventy-five! Now he became happy over his success
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