ROALD DAHL CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY PDF
In the town itself, actually within sight of the house in which Charlie lived, there was an ENORMOUS CHOCOLATE FACTORY! Just imagine that! And it wasn't. CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY by Roald Dahl There are five children in this book: AUGUSTUS GLOOP A greedy boy VE. DAHL! 8-Charlie. AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: A Play. 20 ents il. |. Introduction by Roald Dahl. ADAPTED BY RICHARD GEORGE.
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (PDF). View larger image. By: Roald Dahl Charlie can't believe his luck when he finds a golden ticket and wins the trip of a. Adapted from the original text, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Page 3. 1. Chapter 1: Here Comes Charlie. Page 4. Adapted from the original. impact of positive behaviour. EXTRACT USED: from Chapter 'Charlie's Chocolate Factory'. • ACTIVITY SHEETS X 2. • ROALD DAHL READING LIST.
Books cluttered up the nursery floor! And in the bedroom, by the bed, More books were waiting to be read!
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Such wondrous, fine, fantastic tales Of dragons, gypsies, queens, and whales And treasure isles, and distant shores Where smugglers rowed with muffled oars, And pirates wearing purple pants, And sailing ships and elephants, And cannibals crouching 'round the pot, Stirring away at something hot. It smells so good, what can it be? Good gracious, it's Penelope. The younger ones had Beatrix Potter With Mr. Toad, and bless my soul, There's Mr.
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Rat and Mr. Food How many different kinds of food can the pupils find in the book?
The pupils could invent a. Jobs At the end of the story, Charlie is chosen to take over the chocolate factory.
What are the jobs at the factory? Mr Wonka, Oompa Loompas, the little animals, all had different jobs. Senses Use the scene where Violet describes the taste of the magic chewing gum to encourage pupils to describe the taste of their favourite food.
Making use of the Reader Descriptions. Give each pupil the name of a character and ask them to secretly write about them.
Monitor the pupils individually for vocabulary questions and errors as they work. They each read out their description and the other pupils guess which character they are describing. Miniature dramatization This activity could be a classroom project spanning several weeks and incorporating many different possibilities for language learning and communication.
Pupils make fingerpuppets of the characters in the story. The factory may include cardboard roll chutes, a brown tissue-paper river, an empty washing-up bottle gum machine.
The pupils then work together on a script of the story. It is advisable to separate the pupils into small groups and to give them a section of the story each to work on, but this depends on the size of the class.
The story can be dramatized and recorded on audio or video cassette. An oral exercise could take the form of relay storytelling: Mike likes watching TV. Grandma Josephine.
Activity 3 Answers should include some or all of the following: Box A: Charlie is telling his grandparents that he has found the winning ticket. Box C: Encourage them to be as descriptive as possible. Veruca b. In the Factsheet Activity 1 Clockwise from top: Mrs Bucket. River 2. Mike c.
Grandpa Jo. Violet 5. Visit our website at www.
Delicious 7. Oompa Loompas 3. Glass 4. Activity 4 The pupils try to remember who said the words in the bubbles.
Grandma Georgina. Roald Dahl wrote the story 1. Charlie 9. The language in each chant recycles language from the Reader.
Violet f. Suggested procedure: A Play adapted by Richard R.
Jackanory Video Games: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Knopf, Samir Editeur, Antares, La Magrana. Znanje, Rowohlt, Psichogios, Sigongsa, Sigongsa, Gyldendal, Such wondrous, fine, fantastic tales Of dragons, gypsies, queens, and whales And treasure isles, and distant shores Where smugglers rowed with muffled oars, And pirates wearing purple pants, And sailing ships and elephants, And cannibals crouching 'round the pot, Stirring away at something hot.
Psichogios, Food How many different kinds of food can the pupils find in the book?
So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, Go throw your TV set away, And in its place you can install A lovely bookshelf on the wall. Grandma Josephine is watching him. The contextual usage of the word is ignored, and the simple fact that a taboo word has been used is sufficient to initiate criticism.
The next day, he would take another tiny nibble, and so on, and so on. Obviously, if changes are made to a text for sociopolitical reasons, then changes which are not made are equally as significant as changes which are made. Mr and Mrs Bucket have a small boy whose name is Charlie.
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