It's been nine years since the final book in the Harry Potter series. But now Harry Potter is really back with a vengeance! Here are some useful online resources for working with Harry Potter.
You can find articles about the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play, and visiting the Harry Potter studios in London at A1+, A2 and B1 levels, with accompanying interactive comprehension activities on the Banque de ressources anglais cycle 4.
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Articles de presse > A1+, A2, B1 > Culture et création artistiques > "A New Harry Potter Story at the Theatre"
Articles de presse > A1+, A2, B1 > Culture et création artistiques > "Visit the Harry Potter Studios".
There is also an A1+ audio sketch about Harry Potter:
Audios > A1+ > Rencontres avec d'autres cultures > Saynètes > "The Boy Who Lived"
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Incidentally, the title of the new Harry Potter play is a perfect opportunity to remind pupils that preterites ending in "ed" aren't always pronounced "id". "Cursed" is a typical example of preterite pronounced "t".
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