The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe: Chapters 6-8

Contributor: Melissa LaRusso. Lesson ID: 11726

Stories are more enjoyable and beneficial when you relate with the characters, no matter how fanciful the story. Would you do what they do under the circumstances? Learn what motivates the characters!

categories

Literary Studies

subject
Reading
learning style
Visual
personality style
Otter
Grade Level
Intermediate (3-5)
Lesson Type
Dig Deeper

Lesson Plan - Get It!

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How do you convince someone you are telling the truth, expecially when lie detectors and cameras haven't yet been invented? What logic does the professor use to argue that Lucy may be telling the truth?

The professor points out that Lucy does not lie, and her story has not been proved to be untrue.

Edmund traveled with Lucy to Narnia, and he was taken by the White Witch. She feeds Edmund Turkish Delights and promises him the honor of king. Why, in your opinion, does the White Witch have such an interest in capturing the four children? Share your ideas with your parent or teacher.

The way you view a situation can determine how you react in the situation. As you read the next three chapters, you will notice the children each have a different point of view regarding the events in Narnia. This point of view also helps determine the motivation behind each character's actions.

  • What do you think Edmund's point of view is, based on what you have read so far?
  • How will this affect his actions?
  • Share your ideas with your parent or teacher.
  • As you read Chapters 6 through 8, note what motivates each child's actions and why you think they make these decisions.

Continue on to the Got It? section to discover more about motivation, more vocabulary words, and Mr. Tumnus!

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