The Sorting Hat (Harry Potter Character Analysis)
In this one-time class, students will get sorted into their Hogwarts houses! They will also analyze characters from each of their new houses. In this class, students will have fun and understand how to analyze literary characters!
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In this class, students will have a great time while learning how to analyze characters! This class will be focused on analyzing characters from Harry Potter. Students do need some knowledge of Harry Potter to take this class. It would be best for them if they have read the first book: Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone. It is fine if they have read more than the first book! This class will begin with students hearing the me sing 🎤 the sorting hats song about the different houses. Each...
Students will understand how to analyze characters for personality traits by analyzing the characteristics of the houses in Harry Potter and using the character traits they discover to analyze both themselves and popular characters from the book.
I am the absolute best teacher for this class because I am a HARRY POTTER NUT! I have read the Harry Potter series 9 times! I read the series as a child, read it as an adult for pleasure two times, and as a read a-loud for students in my class six times. I think that this is the PERFECT book to foster a love of reading in children. Students will never become great readers without first loving to read! In addition, I am a MAT student at Johns Hopkins School of Education where I am focused on reading instruction! I know what kids need to become stronger readers. I have taught character analysis and know how to make a class both fun and informative. I can give your students what they need and they will enjoy themselves!!
Students will need a copy of the first Harry Potter book when they are searching for their text evidence. The first book, Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone, is available on Amazon for $8.50, as of today. If your child has read more than the first book, they are welcome to bring books 1-3 with them to class to look for text evidence.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Meg“education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”
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