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The Phantom of the Opera Teacher"s Resource Manual
by Globe Fearon
Written in English
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The Phantom of the Opera c Pearson Education Limited The Phantom of the Opera - Teacher’s notes of 5 Teacher’s notes LEVEL 5 PENGUIN READERS Teacher Support Programme About the author Gaston Leroux, born in Paris inwas trained in law, but chose a career in writing.
He wrote stories, plays, poems, novels and screenplays. Introduce the themes, characters, and historical context of Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera through the pre-reading activities in this teacher's guide.
While students read the novel, questions and activities in the second part of this guide will help them focus on specific elements and events. In the attached bundle, you will find A PPT that can be to introduce and throughout your study of The Phantom of the Opera. Included are:a. Background information on the authorb.
Literary Influencesc. Slides outlining the characteristics of Faustian and Gothic lit and how they relate to Phantomd /5(34). mysterious man known as The Phantom of the Opera. The Phantom wore a mask to cover part of his face. To understand the story, we must go back to the late s, when Raoul was a young man.
Prologue The Stage of the Paris Opera House, Chandelier: A chandelier is a large, beautiful light that hangs from a ceiling.
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The Phantom of the Opera Pearson English Readers Level 5 The Phantom of the Opera Media > Books > Non-Fiction > Education Books Available Now [Click to Enlarge] Author(s): Gaston Leroux Ample teacher resources such as Teachers’ Notes and Activity Sheets are provided online.
This book is amazing it goes everywhere the orginal book only hints at. It's an emotional rollercoaster of a book in so many ways some happy some sad some crazy, whether your a Phantom of the Opera fan or not you will enjoy this book, it doesn't hover just on the Christine part of Eriks (Phantom) life but from birth to death in great s: Gaston Leroux´s chilling tale uncovers the secrets behind the horror which haunts the Paris Opera House.
The Phantom of the Opera - Reader (+ Audio CDs) 10,99 €. The Phantom of the Opera Note: Translation of Fantome de l'Opera. Language: English: LoC Class: PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese: Subject: Horror tales Subject: Musical fiction Subject: Opera -- Fiction Subject: Paris (France) -- Fiction Subject: Composers -- Fiction Subject.
Andre and Fermin are not so comical in the book as they are in the musical. The story is twisted and turned. So just because you have seen the musical, does not mean you know the story of the Phantom of the Opera. This book is a very smooth, easy Reviews: 2K.
The man who created the Phantom. Gaston Leroux, the versatile French author who created The Phantom of the Opera, was a man with an abiding passion for the theatre and it seems appropriate that after years of struggle, writing newspaper reviews and a number of unsuccessful plays, he should have left his mark on literature with a novel about an extraordinary episode in the history of France’s.
The memorandum-book begins with the well-known words saying that 'the management of the Opera shall give to the performance of the National Academy of Music the splendor that becomes the first lyric stage in France' and ends with Cla which says that the privilege can be withdrawn if the manager infringes the conditions stipulated in the.
The Phantom, whose real name is Erik, resides beneath and haunts the Paris Opera House, one of the most beautiful buildings in all of Europe in the late 19th century.
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books based on 26 votes: Phantom by Susan Kay, The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, RoseBlood by A.G. Howard, The Phantom's Apprentice by Heath. Valeria Maybe it's just me, but I read it when I loved it, have a slight obsession (own CD, book, theatre version, and can play all the songs), but I'd read worse books than this at much younger.
Worse meaning violent and such. Kids see more violence than this everywhere (little 2nd graders on my bus pretend to shoot each other it's really quite disturbing), I think it would be fine.
Leroux, Gaston. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. New York, Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, . Octavo, pp.  [ blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], one single-page and four double-page inserted plates with color illustrations by Andre Castaigne, original pictorial brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in white and blind.
The Phantom of the Opera lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more.
“The Phantom of the Opera” is a French novel by the writer Gaston Leroux that was originally published in as a serialization in a magazine called Le Gaulois. The novel was based on real historical events at the Paris Opera that happened during the ’s and urban legends from the area.Literature Resources for Teachers / English Courses Instruct each of the students to use the paper and markers to create a book cover for The Phantom of the Opera.
The front page of the book.the phantom of the opera. by gaston leroux. by. allen kromer. series editors: jeanne m. mc. glinn and james e. mcglinn. t e a c h e r ’ s g u i d e. a teacher’s guide to the signet classics edition of.