Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Oxford ReferenceLiterature opens new insights into life and language. Help children enjoy good books and learn foundational reading and literature skills with this "Literature Kit" from Classroom Complete Press. Created for easy use by both teachers and students, the resources are divided into sections: a teacher's guide, student handouts, an answer key, plus graphic organizers and a rubric. The teacher's section provides a summary of the story along with a list of vocabulary for each chapter. The student worksheets include both "before you read" activities which activate background knowledge, guide connections, and introduce vocabulary as well as "after you read activities" which check comprehension and provide opportunities for thoughtful consideration of the text.
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Townsfolk: The big day has arrived. One of them pointed towards the children, and then he whispered something to the other four. Archived from the original on 19 August Willy reaches out and picks the earth.Don't these people even notice. And once they start - oh boy, oh boy. For now, I do invite you to come to my factory and be my guest for one whole day - you and all others who are lucky enough to find my Golden Tickets. One day, Charlie sees a 50 pence piece buried in the snow.
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This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The setting of the book is an unnamed city; small wooden house on the edge of a great city, a fabled chocolate factory. The conflict is five children who have found golden tickets compete to see who will take over Mr. It all started when the newpaper announces that the Wonka chocolate factory will hide five golden tickets in the Wonka chocolate bars. Charlie desperately hopes he will find a golden ticket.
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Summary of the story Charlie is a poor boy who lives with his parents and his four grandparents in a tiny house. He is very excited when he hears that there are five golden tickets to visit the nearby Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory hidden in bars of Willy Wonka chocolate. He finds some money on the pavement and buys a chocolate bar. It has the last golden ticket inside. He visits Willy Wonkas chocolate factory which is full of surprises, with his grandfather and four horrible children and their parents.