Thursday, December 25, 2014

J.K.Rowling reveals how she feels about Draco Malfoy's character

J.K.Rowling successful Harry Potter series has become a classic,  I read a fantasy book recently, that even mentioned a character from the books as part of another story.  The word Muggle has even entered the modern vocabulary!  Read the latest about the series!


http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/books-magazines/jk-rowling-reveals-what-she-really-thinks-about-harry-potters-nemesis-draco-malfoy/story-fna50uae-1227165447599

Key Terms
snippets
unnerved
dubious
fictional
ironically
antihero
unenviable
ardent
 concealing
sneering
destined
backstory
glimpse
advocated
distaste
scum
 pity
trivia



published- two syllables 
fictional - three syllables
acknowledge- three syllables
position - three syllables
damaging- three syllables

Questions
What does J.K. Rowling feel about Draco Malfoy?
What does this article add to our knowledge of Draco?
According to the story, why is Draco bad?
How does the relationship between Draco and Harry mirror what is going on in the outer story. 
Why do girls like the character of Draco?
Why does Draco have blonde hair, and Harry black hair?
In which book does Draco show he doesn't want to murder people?
Do you think that Draco and Harry will be friends?
Which names did she choose from mythology?
Which is your favorite character in the series?
Do you see other sides to the characters? Are they all one dimensional?
One of the most interesting characters is Snape.  Tell me about him.
Are there other characters who are multidimensional?
Have you read other of J.K.Rowling's writing?


Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Orbach - Professional English Teacher



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