In the first book, The Sorcererâ€™s Stone, Harry first finds out heâ€™s a wizard and finds out his parents were killed by Voldemort. He also firsts goes to Hogwarts, and defeats the spirit of Voldemort. In the second book, The Chamber of Secrets, Harry goes back to Hogwarts for the second time and then a finds a diary, sees weird writing on the wall, and battles Lord Voldemort as a kid (his name was Tom Lorov Riddle). In the third book, The Prisoner of Askaban, Harry finds out about Sirius Black, an escaped convict. He then finds out his teacher is a werewolf and Ronâ€™ rat is actually an animagus, a person who can transform into an animal (Ron is Harryâ€™s best friend and the youngest of 5 brothers).
The Dursleys, a wealthy English family, begin to notice strange appearances around town. That night Dumbledore, a schoolmaster of a wizarding school, and McGonagall, a professor for Dumbledore, are outside the Dursley’s home when Dumbledore tells her that Voldemort has killed the Potters but Harry lived through the event. Hagrid, the groundskeeper for the wizarding school, then arrives holding baby Harry Potter. Dumbledore leaves Harry and an explanatory note on the doorstep of the his relatives, the Dursleys. Ten years later, the entire Dursley home is under the control of the Dursley boy Dudley, who bullies Harry relentlessly.
Introduction: Fairy Tales impact not only the lives of adults but also the decision making process for children. Children’s sense of justice begins at a young age, when they are greatly influenced by their environment. Listening, and interacting with their parental figures changes their perspective on practically everything. When a child is read a fairy tale, he/she is encouraged to do the right thing, and is rewarded in the end while the evil is defeated. I’ve chosen to do my paper on Fairy Tales to enlighten others of the significance it plays in a child’s life.
Children see that the hero goes through problems like theirs, which then makes them look up to the hero. Once the hero becomes someone they look up to, the child will want to follow the examples that are set forth by the hero. Through morals learned in these fairy tales, children also have a better understanding of what decisions are right and wrong. Whether it be “Peter Pan” or any other fairy tale, children learn valuable lessons that help them grow. These stories teach lessons to kids that can last a lifetime.
Reading does let children into a world they wish to be a part of, based on the fact that there is magic and characters they wish they could meet. For instance, children invest in the characters of Harry and Ron, because Harry is the brave, courageous friend, while Ron is terrified of everything, but sticks by Harry no matter what happens. J.K. Rowling wrote characters that are relatable to a child. Some parents
Fairy Tale or Movie In the past, people saw fairy tales as all-powerful, because they are extraordinary， imaginative, and enrich people’s spiritual worlds. People need fairy tales to satisfy their need for leisure, which is an alternative way for them to escape their repetitive daily tasks. Watching movies can educate individuals about fairy tales. Fairy-tale stories are better read, than when being viewed as movies. Parents read ‘’Little Red Riding Hood’’ with children in order to teach them more traditions from older generations.
My book report is on the book 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone' by J.K. Rowling. The main character Harry Potter, discovers that he not an ordinary boy, he is in fact, a wizard. Harry soon discovers that he is famous, famous for the downfall of a corrupt wizard, Lord Voldemort. Harry finds out that he has been accepted into a school, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a school for young witches and wizards. While in school, he becomes friends with another wizard named Ronald Weasely and witch, Hermione Granger.
By toppling over this hurdle, Hamlet tries to find reasons why he does not have the tenacity for revenge. Running from the jaws of fate, Hamlet continually defies his solemn oath to his father. Even though a person tries to avoid the beast, they don't understand that it dominates their life. It is in places where they would least expect it. In Hamlet's case this problem is something that he can not just simply avoid; not only does it dominate his life but it starts to take over his conscious state like a "poison".
Films that depi... ... middle of paper ... ...supernatural, as well as traditional fairy tales. Animated moving images are a founding experience between children and cinema. Children are still learning, which naturally allows them to be more open to the idea of the supernatural. Such openness justifies their roles as heroes in magical and fantasy films, and viewers of such media. The notion that analysis kills the joy of watching a good movie is unfounded; such analysis enhances the viewer’s overall experience by providing criteria with which to judge the quality of the film.
From there Hagrid told him the truth of his real life and the truth of his parents death. His parents were killed by an evil wizard named Voldemort. Harry goes with Hagrid to the wizarding world to get ready for his first year. On the train to the magic school, he meet 2 friends . Ron and Hermione .