Everything you need to understand or teach The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe treats questions of truth and lying, love and hate, good and evil, and forgiveness and revenge with honesty and respect for the reader's intelligence. While Lewis's thoughts on these subjects are interesting in themselves, the ideas become even more exciting within the context of a fast-paced and imaginative adventure story. The novel is filled with mythical creatures, humorous moments, and suspenseful situations. Although many events and characters seem improbable, the four children in the book—Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy—are realistically portrayed. They are well-rounded characters with individual strengths and faults.
The ideas in the novel apply to the real world as well. The government of Narnia is totalitarian. One person creates the rules, has power over all aspects of people's lives, and does not allow others to challenge or object to the rules in any way. Written a...
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Lesson Plans contain 148 pages of teaching material, including: