Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Research information about the criminal justice system in Great Britain and the country where you live. Compare and contrast the two systems.

2. Write a paper about how fugitives are depicted in literature and movies. Which fugitives have become folk heroes? Why do they appeal to people?

3. Prepare a persuasive speech about a topic which interests you or that explains something about yourself that people tend to misunderstand.

4. Explain what kind of animal you would be if you were an Animagus. Write a story about that animal and draw a picture to illustrate your tale. Older students can analyze how the Animagi represent both ambiguity and freedom and compare this transformation to the maturing of a child into an adult.

5. Research the history of capital punishment in several countries and compare and contrast public reaction in those countries to that punishment. Do statistics suggest that the...

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