Lesson Plan - Get It!
A great war has begun in the land of Narnia. If you could fight with Aslan and his troops, how would you help?
The excitement is building in The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe!
Peter, Susan, and Lucy have joined forces with Aslan, and together they rescue Edmund. However, they learn there is a price to pay. Share with your parent or teacher what the cost is for rescuing Edmund.
Make a prediction about what will happen to Aslan in the next two chapters and share it with your parent or teacher.
You may have noticed as you read that the action and events become more exciting as you read. This is part of the plot structure. Watch this Plot Elements video from Mmsiebe to help you understand the components of a plot structure:
After watching, summarize the five main points for your parent or teacher.
You may have shared that plot structure is the organized sequence of events in a story.
- Exposition is where the background and characters are introduced.
- Rising action consists of the events leading up to the point in the story with the most interest, excitement, or suspense.
- Climax is the pivotal point in the story with the greatest interest and action.
- Falling action occurs after the climax and after a resolution has been made.
- Resolution is the final closing at the end of the story.
Continue to the Got It? section to explore the plot structure in Finding Nemo and The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.