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Literature: "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" by J. K. Rowling

These sites are about the fourth book in the “Harry Potter” series by J. K. Rowling. There are lesson plans, games, quizzes, reviews, and excerpts. Also included is a list of books students who enjoy the Harry Potter books might also enjoy. There is a link to an eThemes resource on Harry Potter that is an overview of the series.


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This literature unit includes a daily reading journal, a mixed review, extend activities, book report form, analogies, word wall, chapter quizzes and writing prompts, final review quiz, and vocabulary activities.
Choose from among a variety of lessons designed to go with the Harry Potter series of novels. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Use these questions with your students to encourage further discussion of the novel.
This link will open as a 29 page Microsoft Word document that is a complete unit that has activities for each section of the book. Just scroll down after each section to get to activities for the next section of the book.
Read a summary of Book Four, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Try the "Wizard Challenge" to see how much you can remember about the other books. This site also includes a discussion guide.
This site was designed by students and includes a book summary, review, and quiz.
Read about the author of the Harry Potter books. Click on "Interview Transcript" to read an interview with the author. NOTE: The interview contains spoilers about the first four books, so make sure you have read them before looking at the interview.
Here is an interactive quiz for the book.
Read this article about the release of the book. Click on "Awaiting the Goblet of Fire" to read another article about the book. Click on "Goblet of Fire Quiz" to take an interactive quiz. NOTE: This site includes pop-up ads.
This game is based on the game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire."
Learn more about the "Harry Potter" books and author J.K. Rowling. There are many interactive quizzes and games. An audio file tells how to pronounce the difficult words, and a lexicon site explains what many of the words mean. Also, view the book covers as they appear in other countries.

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