Harry Potter Literature Guide: The Prisoner of Azkabanby Scholastic Professional Books, Mona Mark
Educators around the world are beginning to realize that Harry
The phenomenon of Harry Potter is mind-blowing. On buses, in parks, on the playground -- kids can't stop reading and rereading this new classic series. Not only are the stories compelling and inventive, but Harry is also a dynamic blend of realism and magic -- both traits appealing to young readers.
Educators around the world are beginning to realize that Harry Potter could hold a significant place in the classroom. The stories lend themselves to much discussion and debate, as well as being stepping-stones to other subjects.
Enter the Literature Guides from Scholastic. These handy booklets present each Harry Potter title in a perfect format for teaching. Summaries, class projects, activities, and questions are included, as well as cross-curricular activities with art, literature, social studies, and more.
In the literature guide to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, students can expand their vocabulary to include the many strange and new names in the book by defining and memorizing them. They can also discuss why Harry doesn't let Black and Lupin kill Peter Pettigrew. Group project such as creating a Creature Chart detailing the many monsters found throughout the book is sure to engage the whole class.
Treat your students to an in-depth discussion of the most popular writer to date -- and become the most popular teacher in town!
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- 8.32(w) x 10.86(h) x 0.07(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 Years
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