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 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban  Harry Potter and the Goblet.

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2  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban  Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire  Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix  Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows  Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them  Quidditch Through the Ages  The Tales of Beedle the Bard

3  Students will take part in exploring their imagination and creativity. This unit will integrate reading, and writing with social studies, science, math, art and physical education.  Students will develop an understanding of what it means to make believe and have fun while reading a book.

4  Students will read various non-fiction books about the Wizarding world through silent reading, partner reading, guided reading, and pop corn read aloud.  Students will read their poems and adventure stories aloud to the class.  Students will share their dialogue journals during a readers circle  Teacher will read aloud The Tales of Beetle the Bard and the first book of the series

5  Students will write entries in a simulated journal of their choice while reading a Harry Potter book of their choice and choose a character they would most like to be and what their life would be like in the Wizarding world.  Students will write a short story about a crazy adventure they had while living in the Wizarding world as a Muggle  Students will write “I wish”, Concrete and Acrostic poems  Students will add words to the word wall  Students will write letters to J.K. Rowling

6  Students will converse in a large group about what book they are reading  Students will read out loud a poem of their choice  Students will read out loud the letter they are sending to J.K. Rowling  Students will read out loud a selection from the first book  Students will participate in small group discussion circles

7  Students will have a chance to listen to different chapters of the book they chose on audio tape  Students will listen as the teacher reads each book out loud as well as when she is describing plots of each book  Students will listen as their peers read out loud a poem, journal entries and letter they wrote  Students will listen to their peers while in big group conversation as well as in small group readers circles

8  Students will view pictures from Scenes of Harry Potter to get a clearer picture of what each character and scenery looks like.  Students will watch the first movie  Students will view the Hogwarts word wall  Students will visit the following website, and 

9  Students will view a painting of their favorite scene of the book and write about it in journal  Students will go online to find pictures of their favorite character to add to journal  Students will view art work done by other students of a their patronus animal  Students will create a Hogwarts word wall

10  Students will make “magic clay” and make observations on why it is considered to be both a solid and a liquid  Since Harry and his friends fly through the clouds have the children explore what a cloud is made up of  Do the “Pop Rocks Potion” and let children observe what happens  Have children pick a plant that effects us just like plants would effect Harry and his friends  Hagrid the game keeper has a huge pet tarantula, do a KWL on tarantulas

11  Play bingo with Bertie Bott’s every flavored jelly beans  Students will measure many different objects from the book  Do math problems involving the average flight of an owl during a day  Students will take a survey on which character they like best and graph the results

12  Write about the idea of being strange in the eye’s of a wizard  Talk about the economics in the Wizarding world and how each person is effected  Complete a timeline of Harry’s life  Make a Venn diagram comparing two main characters

13  Students will draw their animal that comes out of the Patronus charm  Students will make a collage of their favorite character  Students will make their own wands using sticks from outside  Students will create sounds such as the werewolf and other mystical creatures  Students will listen to music from the sound track of the movies  Students will paint a picture of their favorite scene in the book and frame it

14  Students will play muggle version of Quidditch  Students will fly around the gym  Students will transform into different animals  Students will use a parachute to learn about the planets  Learn how to make a potion

15   First Harry potter movie   Audiotapes of all books    

16  Activating background knowledge: students will think what they have heard about wizards, witches and magic  Evaluating: students will reflect on, judge about and value what they have experienced from this lesson  Identify big ideas: students will determine the most important ideas from the books  Playing with Language: students will use language creatively in their stories, journals, poems, and letters  Revising: students will make changes to written activities  Visualizing: students will draw pictures in their minds

17  Print: students will recognize words on the Hogwart’s word wall  Comprehension: students will compare and contrast similarities of two main characters. Students will recognize literary genres of fiction, non-fiction and poetry  Language: students will apply various skills in their writing activities: stories, letters, poems and journals  Reference: Students will make graphs, time lines, and Venn diagrams

18  Large Group: class discussion, watching video, word wall, KWL chart, viewing art work and giving feedback, listening to reading of books, muggle Quidditch, parachute, listening to music, creating sounds, time line of Harry, economics, jelly bean bingo, survey of favorites, what clouds are made up of, pop rocks potion, Hogwart’s word wall, students will share letter, poems, journal and summary of book they are reading  Small Group: Small group discussion circles, flying around the gym, making a potion, making magic clay, transform into different animals, measure different objects, view pictures depending on which book they read, listen to audio tapes, students will read a book they choose,  Individual: draw their favorite animal, create collage, make a wand, paint their favorite scene, write about being strange, math problems involving the flights of owls, research a plant, go online to find pictures, go to websites, students will write poems, letters, in their journal and stories, students will read the book they chose as a group, and do a Venn diagram

19  Journal entries, letters and Venn Diagram: Rubric  Participate in grand conversations, survey of favorite character and KWL chart  Informal observation: small group, science experiments, talking about economics and listening activities  Active Participation: Physical education activities, creating sounds and time line  Spelling test with words from the Hogwart’s word wall  Analytical writing traits rubrics and peer conferences for stories and poems.  Checklist: Research on plant, magic clay, math problems  Portfolio of art work: Collage, making wand, painting scene, drawing animal

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