Teaching Literature: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
GRIN Verlag, 2010 - 28 pages
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,0, University of Vienna (Institut fur Anglistik & Amerikanistik), course: Language Teaching: Topic-related Course - Literature and ELT, language: English, abstract: Literature is often more interesting and motivating than the texts found in course books. For me this means that learners are given the opportunity to find out or develop their personal interests by reading a variety of different novels, poems or plays (including various themes, suspense, creative language use etc.). The following work plan is intended for a 5th form of grammar school and consists of four interconnected lessons revolving around the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
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15-20 min speaking antonyms ballpoint board game book review focusing bubbles bubble sheet candy bars Charlie’s family chocolate bar Chocolate Factory GRIN classroom cocoa colored pencils connectors summary Context & Procedure course books cultural Dahl’s development key words/full dictionary of terms discuss felt-tip pens Form of interaction golden ticket Grandpa Joe groups of 3-5 handout help learners Homework Pupils keep a dictionary key words/full sentences language Learning objectives Lesson plan literary texts Loompa memorable sentences memorable statements min speaking listening note down memorable novel’s main plans for running portfolio post-reading activities Post-reading phase Procedure Timing Skills Pupils read chapters pupils write reading the novel reading writing individual reasons for teaching relevant terms Roald Dahl running the chocolate scene Skills Method speaking listening speaking writing listening tasks N Tracing teacher Veruca while-reading phase whole class Willy Wonka write a brief write about characters Writing task wrong story elements