C. S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia remain among the world’s most treasured books for readers young and old. Now you can lead great discussions of these classics with ease. Designed for use with the Teaching the Classics program, Ready Readers: The Chronicles of Narnia deals with each story separately, providing you with 7 ready-to-teach lessons in reading comprehension or literary analysis.
This 160-page book provides a full set of Socratic discussion questions for each story with comprehensive answers keyed to the text. Questions cover Conflict, Plot, Setting, Characters, Theme and Literary Devices. In addition, a completed Story Chart graphically outlines the major structural and thematic elements of each story.
This book will help you lead your students on a guided tour of Narnia. Along the way, you’ll give them a host of reading techniques they can use for the rest of their lives:
Ready Readers: The Chronicles of Narnia helps develop good reading comprehension in the very youngest students. It encourages them to ponder well-designed questions about structure, style, context and theme in every story they read.
Though the books discussed here were written for young readers, they provide excellent examples of the structural elements common to all stories. They are therefore useful in discussions with older students who are new to the techniques of literary analysis.
Ready Readers: The Chronicles of Narnia provides complete discussion notes for the following classic stories:
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The Silver Chair
The Horse and His Boy
The Magician's Nephew
The Last Battle
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