Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide from Kate Hart (did I cite this ok?) This is great - such a fun tool for middle school learners. Excellent tool to get them on the right path on understanding how to cite source and avoid plagiarism
Just how carefully did J.K. Rowling plot out her Harry Potter novels? Incredibly carefully, it turns out. Behold a chapter-by-chapter spreadsheet of Order of the Phoenix, covering the prophecy, Ginny and Cho, Snape, and a bunch of other stuff.
"I’m a female writer and, what’s interesting about the Wizarding World is, when you take physical strength out of the equation, a woman can fight just the same as a man can fight, a woman can do magic just as powerfully as a man can do magic and I consider that I’ve written a lot of well-rounded female characters in these books." - JK Rowling
Every time i watch Goblet of Fire i replay that scene about 394 times.... i love adults who talk to me about Harry Potter and aren't like oh that's for kids.... I can have a 4 hour discussion about Harry Potter i mean, it's Harry Potter...
This 112-page novel study for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling features all of the essentials you need for a fun but effective unit. You will love the easy-to-use, student-friendly format. Questions are Common Core-aligned, and will provoke deeper thinking and thoughtful discussions.