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Chapter 1: The Boy Who Lived Homophones: none

Chapter 2: The Vanishing Glass Homophones: none

Chapter 3: The Letters from No One Homophones: none

Chapter 4: The Keeper of the Keys Homophones: none

Chapter 5: Diagon Alley Homophones: none

Chapter 6: The Journey from Platform Nine and Three-Quarters Homophones: none

Chapter 7: The Sorting Hat Homophones: none

Chapter 8: The Potions Master Homophones: none

Chapter 9: The Midnight Duel Homophones: none

Chapter 10: Halloween Homophones: none

Chapter 11: Quidditch Homophones: none

Chapter 12: The Mirror of Erised Homophones: none

Chapter 13: Nicolas Flamel Homophones: none

Chapter 14: Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback Homophones: none

Chapter 15: The Forbidden Forest Homophones: none

Chapter 16: Through the Trapdoor Homophones: none

Chapter 17: The Man with Two Faces Homophones: none

Critical Thinking Questions: 1. In Chapter 1, why do you think the author chose to start the story with the description of the Dursleys? How does this introduction set the tone for the rest of the book? 2. In Chapter 5, Harry visits Diagon Alley for the first time. What are some of the challenges he faces in navigating this new magical world? How does he overcome them? 3. In Chapter 9, Harry and Draco have a midnight duel. Why do you think they decided to duel each other? What does this reveal about their characters? 4. In Chapter 12, Harry encounters the Mirror of Erised. What do you think the mirror represents? Why do you think Harry sees his parents in it? 5. In Chapter 15, Harry and his friends venture into the Forbidden Forest. What are some of the dangers they face? How do they use critical thinking skills to overcome these challenges? 6. In Chapter 17, Harry confronts Professor Quirrell and discovers the truth about Voldemort. How does this revelation change Harry’s understanding of the events that have taken place throughout the book? How does it impact his future actions?