Monday, November 7, 2016

Harry Potter #1 pages 36-41

This part of the book shows us Harry's childhood. Where he sleeps, how he deals with Dudley and the highlight, the trip to the zoo.
Dudley's Smelting uniform 

UK educational system overview
 http://www.educationuk.org/global/articles/16-and-under-education-path/

Vocabulary
argue - to talk back

Questions:
: What are the most important facts about Harry's childhood?
What does he feel about the strangers in the street?
 What does he remember about his parents?
What is his first memory?
 At what age do you think children have a first memory?
What are the most important facts about Harry's childhood?
 What does he feel about the strangers in the street?
 What does he remember about his parents?
What is his first memory?
 At what age do you think children have a first memory?
What do you think about Dumbledore's decision to have Harry grow up with the Dureley's?
Why does Dudley get to go a different school?
What special things does Dudley get in his uniform?
 What does Harry think about Dudley's uniform?
What do Dudley's parents feel about it?

Do children have to wear uniforms to school?
What does your uniform look like?



Homework: Write a paragraph about how Harry's childhood will help shape his later life.

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