Harry Potter Mega Activity Bundle - Power Interactive Presentation
+ Student Booklet. Full of activities to cover a ample range of skills.
Perfect for Differentiation, Guided Reading, Literature Circles, Book Clubs, Independent and Collaborative Work!
This guide is meant to provide communicative practice in the English language classroom. The method is best used on daily basis as students get immersed in the language used in films and books and profit from this regular exposure.
Table of Contents
- Broadening the grammatical forms to convey meanings.
- Raising awareness of the importance of likings and cohesive elements in the development of this course.
- Providing linguistic resources for a more appropriate use of the language.
- Familiarizing learners with a variety of accents.
- Raising learners with a variety of listening skills.
- Helping learners select relevant development of relevant information from a book and video in order to perform a task.
- Paving the way for the development of narrative skills. Introduction to formal letter writing as opposed to informal (for recognition).
- Working towards a more adequate use of vocabulary to convey intended meanings.
- Developing paraphrasing skills.
- Developing summarizing skills.
- Present Perfect (Since)
- Simple Past and Past Continuous
- Use of Simple Past to narrate events.
- Questions (present – Past)
- What…look like? What…like?
- Comparatives (er, more/ est, most/ as + adj + as)
- If clauses (Present Simple + Future/ type I)
- Regrets: (Shouldn’t+ have+ participle)
- Linking words (while, when, because)
- Use of must or mustn’t
- “-ing is forbidden
- Introduction to indirect statements (I don’t care+ how…)
- Passive Voice in the Simple Past
- Vocabulary related to magic ( wizard, wand, turn sb into sth, broomstick, spell, owl, toad, oak, cauldron)
- Vocabulary on physical description of people (height, build, complexion, prominent features. Characters traits.)
- Adjectives used to describe people (clever, friendly, unfriendly, scary, evil, easy going, sensitive, scared, sociable, brave, funny)
- Vocabulary on chess: pawn, rook/castle, knight, bishop, queen, king)
- Vocabulary on sports: ( goal, goalkeeper, team, player, touch, team)
- Wizards and magicians.
- Boarding School life
- The Fairy Kingdom
- Childhood memories
- Being Ground
1- Harry Potter Character & Plot Analysis
2- Harry Potter Sequence/ Summary
3- Listening Comprehension Activities
4- Grammar Conventions/ Verbs and Tenses
6- Comprehension Questions (Bloom's Taxonomy)
7- Research and Create Student driven.
8- and a lot more.
This bundle will enhance your class, with a topic the students love.