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George's Marvellous Medicine was published in 1981. In the story, George's "grizzly old grunion" of a Grandma gets her comeuppance when her grandson feeds her a very specially concoted medicinal brew...

These lesson plans will encourage students to create recipes for their own perfectly potent potions (making sure they're safer than George's...) and look at why Grandma is such a miserable old grouch.

Students can also learn about using alliteration and adverbs effectively, how Roald Dahl uses language to generate excitement, create their own story with a magical object and have some fun with some super science from the upcoming George’s Marvellous Experiments book.

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George's Marvellous Medicine was published in 1981. In the story, George's "grizzly old grunion" of a Grandma gets her comeuppance when her grandson feeds her a very specially concoted medicinal brew...

These lesson plans will encourage students to create recipes for their own perfectly potent potions (making sure they're safer than George's...) and look at why Grandma is such a miserable old grouch.

Students can also learn about using alliteration and adverbs effectively, how Roald Dahl uses language to generate excitement, create their own story with a magical object and have some fun with some super science from the upcoming George’s Marvellous Experiments book.

Uploaded by DeannaFlegal on September 8, 2009

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George's Marvellous Medicine was published in 1981. In the story, George's "grizzly old grunion" of a Grandma gets her comeuppance when her grandson feeds her a very specially concoted medicinal brew...

These lesson plans will encourage students to create recipes for their own perfectly potent potions (making sure they're safer than George's...) and look at why Grandma is such a miserable old grouch.

Students can also learn about using alliteration and adverbs effectively, how Roald Dahl uses language to generate excitement, create their own story with a magical object and have some fun with some super science from the upcoming George’s Marvellous Experiments book.

Uploaded by DeannaFlegal on September 8, 2009

The whole book has been abridged to allow it to be accessed by students working in a mainstream classroom. The plot line is kept but the more obscure vocabulary has been simplified. After each chapter there are comprehension/language awareness activities. It can be used in a number of ways:- at home prior to class in preparation for reading the original version in the lesson- homework: extra reading practice - to be worked through with specialist teacher in withdrawal situations-etc etc

The Share My Lesson English Language Arts Team has brought together a diverse range of free teaching resources for you to use in your classroom. After you’ve downloaded them, why not add a review or a rating so that other teachers can find out how to make the most of these resources.

Oops. A firewall is blocking access to Prezi content. Check out this article to learn more or contact your system administrator.

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George's Marvellous Medicine was published in 1981. In the story, George's "grizzly old grunion" of a Grandma gets her comeuppance when her grandson feeds her a very specially concoted medicinal brew...

These lesson plans will encourage students to create recipes for their own perfectly potent potions (making sure they're safer than George's...) and look at why Grandma is such a miserable old grouch.

Students can also learn about using alliteration and adverbs effectively, how Roald Dahl uses language to generate excitement, create their own story with a magical object and have some fun with some super science from the upcoming George’s Marvellous Experiments book.

Uploaded by DeannaFlegal on September 8, 2009

The whole book has been abridged to allow it to be accessed by students working in a mainstream classroom. The plot line is kept but the more obscure vocabulary has been simplified. After each chapter there are comprehension/language awareness activities. It can be used in a number of ways:- at home prior to class in preparation for reading the original version in the lesson- homework: extra reading practice - to be worked through with specialist teacher in withdrawal situations-etc etc

The Share My Lesson English Language Arts Team has brought together a diverse range of free teaching resources for you to use in your classroom. After you’ve downloaded them, why not add a review or a rating so that other teachers can find out how to make the most of these resources.

George is alone again with his Grandma. Most Grandmas are sweet and friendly — but not George's Grandma! She's nasty, she yells at George all the time, and she might even be a witch! Help students engage with the novel by Roald Dahl through creative activities.

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