2Is it true Or is it fiction ? DraculaIs it trueOris it fiction ?
3Use this bookmarking social to look for information: Do you know Vlad Dracula?Was he a real person?Was he a criminal or a ghost – a real prince?Vlad DraculaWhy was he so famous?Use this bookmarking social to look for information:
4What do you know about Dracula? Do you know about Dracula from movies or legends ?What about the name? what does it mean?
5Dracula became popular after the main characterOf a BOOK written by anIrish writer, Abraham"Bram" Stoker in 1897.
6Is it true of false? After reading the texts, check this information Valid III the Impaler (also known as Vlad Dracula 1431 –1476) was Prince of Wallachia, a former country that is now part of Romania.His was king for 3 times: in1448, from 1456 to 62, and in 1476.Vlad is best known for the exceedingly cruel punishments he imposed during his reign. That is why he became inspiration for the vampire main character in Bram Stoker's popular Draculanovel.
7Some information about the author Abraham "Bram" Stoker was an Irishwriter, and author of the horror novel Dracula.Before writing Dracula,Stoker spent eight yearsresearching Europeanfolklore and stories ofvampires!The novel is about a young solicitor, Jonathan Harker, who travels to Transylvania to sell a house to a nobleman named Dracula.
8Let’s read the novel and listen to it! Let’s solve the comprehension exercises!A guide for reading novels.Send your exercisesbyTeaching strategies for reading literature
10Identify the characters! Identify the places!Answer questions on page 53Watch the trailer from the movie!
11Draw all the trips or journeys from the story, Please! Europe 1890
12Second chapter: A prisoner in the Castle Answer questions on page 53
13Third chapter: The Vampires Answer questions on page 54Watch the trailer of the movie (1960):The Brides of Dracula
14: Fourth chapter A visit to Hythe Answer questions on pages 54 & 55Fifth chapter How Lucy diedAnswer questions on page 55Sixth Chapter:The beautiful lady of HytheAnswer questions on pages 55 & 56
15Seventh chapter The House of the Vampire Answer questions on page 56Eighth chapter The Flight of the VampireNinth chapter The Return to Castle DraculaAnswer questions on page 57
16Do All exercises from the book, please Do All exercises from the book, please! Answer to the following questions:Who was Prince Vlad Dracula?Why was he called “Vlad the Impaler”Who was Abraham Stoker?What inspired him to write his novel?What happened to Vlad’s wife?What happens to the main characters in the novel’Why does Dracula want to kidnap Mina?How wourdl you lite to end this story?Do you believe in vampires? Are they real or not?
17Who are these characters in this novel? Where are they?
19Extra reading: some short stories about Dracula! Choose one , read it and illustrate it using pictures o drawings.Dracula’s short storiesThe Golden CupThe PriestThe Foreign MerchantThe Two MonksCastle DraculaThe Polish NoblemanThe Foreign AmbassadorsDracula's MistressThe Lazy WomanThe Nobleman with the delicate sense of smellThe Burning of the Sick and Poor
20Look at these pictures and rearange them, you can add some texts and explain it! What chapter does it belong?
23Look at this graffitti, would you like to create one about any character in the story!
24STUDENTS’ selfeVALUATION CATEGORY4 Well-done3 Good job!2 Try again!1Come on, you can!Comprehension and producctionStudent/s…understand entire story and accurately do the activities related to the story.seems to understand most of the story and accurately do the activities related to the story.understands some parts of the story and accurately do the activities related to the story.has trouble understanding or remembering most parts of the story.Participates WillinglyStudent/s….volunteers answers to questions and willingly tries to answer questions s/he is asked.volunteers once or twice and willingly tries to all questions s/he is asked.does not volunteer answers, but willing tries to answer questions s/he is asked.does not willingly participate.Thinks about Charactersdescribes how a character might have felt at some point in the story, and points out some pictures or words to support his/her interpretation without being asked.describes how a character might have felt at some point in the story, and points out some pictures or words to support his/her interpretation when asked.describes how a character might have felt at some point in the story, but does NOT provide good support for the interpretation, even when asked.cannot describe how a character might have felt at a certain point in the story.Respects Otherslistens quietly, does not interrupt, and stays in assigned place without distracting fidgeting.listens quietly and does not interrupt. Moves a couple of times, but does not distract others.interrupts once or twice, but comments are relevant. Stays in assigned place without distracting movements.interrupts often by whispering, making comments or noises that distract others OR moves around in ways that distract others.Responsability and colaborationalways works in class, presents the tasks on time and is willing to work with otherssometimes works in class, presents some of the tasks on time and is not willing to work with others.rarely works in class or presents some of the tasks on time and is not willing to work with others.never works in class or presents the tasks on time.