Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - teaching resource

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Teaching Resources

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Unit of Work 

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is an 11 lesson KS2 teaching resource containing a 97-slide PowerPoint and 15 worksheets. This engaging scheme of work explores the novel chapter by chapter, analysing its plot, characters, themes, and language through a range of engaging learning activities. Depending on ability, these teaching resources can be used with either a LKS2 (Year 3/Year 4) or Year 5 group as a whole class text or as part of a guided reading programme.

Our Charlie and the Chocolate Factory unit includes KS2 planning (an 11-lesson step-by-step unit of work overview), a fully editable PowerPoint teaching resource and accompanying worksheets.

Activities contained in the lessons include:

- A brief biography of Roald Dahl with a short film about his life by Michael Rosen

- Engaging chapter by chapter activities to consolidate understanding as children read through the book

- Reading comprehension questions to assess students’ knowledge of plot, character and language

- Analysis of the characters of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka

- Developing the key reading skills of inference and deduction

- Learning how Roald Dahl creates suspense and evokes sympathy from the reader

- Role play - hot-seating to aid understating of characters

- Developing understanding of characters through empathy writing activities

- Plus many more teaching ideas and reading and writing activities

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