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Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone

This bundle includes everything you need to teach and learn about the Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone book. Ideal as a half or full termly topic area. Contains PowerPoints and worksheets. Included in this pack: Differentiated, worksheets & writing frames for children. Presentations for each lesson, with a lesson based around each of the chapters of the book. Includes links and images to engage and interest children, especially the video links which are straight from the first Harry potter movie. Focuses on characters from first book only.
HollywoodR95
Setting Descriptions - Harry Potter

Setting Descriptions - Harry Potter

Contains a PowerPoint looking at setting descriptions with the focus of Harry Potter settings. Allows children to discuss and then write their own descriptions of 2 famous Harry Potter settings. Also includes video links to engage the children and help them with their descriptions. Differentiation is noted on the final slide.
HollywoodR95
Character Descriptions

Character Descriptions

This is a resource that can be used in English or Drama class. It is aimed at Upper Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3. It can be used with small groups to help them focus on creating a character.
cfitz14
KS2 Shakespeare 5 day Literacy Unit - Romeo and Juliet

KS2 Shakespeare 5 day Literacy Unit - Romeo and Juliet

A 5 lesson literacy unit based around Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The unit is aimed at year 3 and 4 and gives details of the curriculum objectives covered. The children develop reading comprehension, speaking, planning, writing, editing and SPaG skills during the unit. This is achieved through varied, fun and interactive activities. All five lessons include a SPaG or composition starter, which is always linked to *Romeo and Juliet. * The main activity in lesson 1 is a reading comprehension of a simplified version of the play. It is differentiated 3 ways. The main activity in lesson 2 allows children to practise their performance skills. Lesson 3 allows children to begin learning playwriting skills, whilst in lessons 4 and 5, they plan and write their own play or scene, based on Shakespeare’s play. All lessons include details of how to differentiate. All resources needed in the lessons are included. There is also a PowerPoint presentation of the story. PERFECT FOR USING DURING SHAKESPEARE WEEK. (Please note, the presentation and comprehensions are also available separately.)
blossomingminds