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Transcript of Harry Potter
“ Oh, you may think I’m not pretty,
But don’t judge on what you see,
I’ll eat myself if you can find
A smarter hat than me.
You can keep your bowlers black,
Your top hats sleek and tall,
For I’m the Hogwart Sorting Hat
And I can cap them all.
There’s nothing hidden in your head
The Sorting Hat can’t see,
So try me on and I will tell you
Where you ought to be
You might belong in Gryffindor,
Where dwell the brave at heart,
Their daring, nerve, and chivalry
Set Gryffindor apart;
You might belong in Hufflepuff,
Where they are just and loyal,
Those patient Hufflepuffs are true
And unafraid of toil;
Choose your house
Or yet in wise old Ravenclaw,
If you’ve a ready mind,
Where those of wit and learning,
Will always find their kind;
Or perhaps in Slytherin
You’ll make your real friends,
Those cunning folk use any means
To achieve their ends.
So put me on! Don’t be afraid!
And don’t get in a flap!
You’ re in safe hands (though I have none)
For I’m a Thinking Cap!”
Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone pag. 117,118
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Petunia, Vernon & Dudley Dursley
Trecho: "Harry's mind was racing. What I want more than anything in the world at the moment, Harry thought, is to find the Stone before Quirrell does." (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p. 313)
"Nearly ten years had passed since the Dursleys had woken up to find their nephew on the front step" (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.19)
"On the last day of August he thought he'd better speak to his aunt and uncle about getting to King's Cross station next day" (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.95)
"Perched atop a high mountain on the other side of a black lake, its windows sparkling in the starry sky, was a vast castle with many turrets and towers"(Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.119)
"There were a hundred and a forty two staircases at Hogwarts: wide, sweeping ones, narrow, rickety ones; some that led somewhere different on a Friday; some with a vanizhing step halfway up that you had to remember to jump. [...] It was also very hard to remember where anything was, because it all seemed to move around a lot"(Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.140-141)
For eleven-year intermediate students of private schools and Language Institutes.
Ask the students to discuss the main events of the story in groups.
Then, ask them to write a summary using the past perfect tense.
Contemporary Realistic Fiction
Discovering one's own identity
Adventure and survival
Story about peers
The boy who lived
The journey from platform nine and Three- Quatres
Through the Trapdoor
The Man with Two Faces
about Harry Potter
philosopher's VS sorcerer's
author and character
ROWLING, J. K. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. London: Bloomsbury, 2000.
ENGBRETSON, Diane L. Harry Potter: A comparison of the characters,
themes, setting and plot with the Arthurian legend. University of Northern Iowa, 2006.
Joanne Rowling was born in July 31
The book was first published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books in June, under the name J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
"Oh, well- I was at Hogwarts meself but I - er - got expelled, ter tell yeh the truth. In me third year. They snapped me wand in half an' everything" (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.65)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
"'Could you write it down?' Harry suggested.
'Nah-can't spell it. All right- Voldemort.' Hagrid shuddered." (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.59)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
"Harry had never believed he would meet a boy he hated more than Duddley, but that was before he met Malfoy." (Harry Potter and The Philoshopher's Stone, p.153)
"Harry had never in all his life had such a Christmas dinner" (Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone, p.218)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Tales of Beedle the Bard
The Casual Vacancy
The Cuckoo's Calling