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Of Mice and Men Lesson Obs Dec 12

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Craig Smith

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Of Mice and Men Lesson Obs Dec 12

Harry Potter is the main character in the book, but he has some very close friends called Ron and Hermione. At the beginning of the novel, Harry lives with his Aunt and Uncle. They are not very kind to him, but Harry gets an invitation to go to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and he has the chance to get away from them. Harry did not know that he was a wizard or that he was a celebrity in the wizarding world. Lots of things happened in Harry’s past and this leads to a few difficulties for him and his friends at school. Harry eventually becomes the hero again, but the book finishes with us left wondering what has happened to Voldemort (he who should not be named!) Objectives:

1. To show awareness of social/historical context in
'Of Mice and Men' in a controlled assessment (Grade E)
2. To listen to others' ideas and feelings and make
contributions that move discussions forward (Grade D/C)
3. To challenge, develop and respond to what you hear
thoughtfully and asking for clarification through good
questions (Grade C/B) Harry Potter is not really set in any time period. The story could have happened at any time. The themes in the story are not connected to any year and it does not matter. It is about becoming an individual, learning about loyalty, winning respect from your peers and learning the difference between good and evil. The author uses different characters to help show all of this. The novel is a metaphor for developing one's own potential. Controlled Assessment
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