Adventures in Narnia

Adventures in Narnia (A)
In Adventures in Narnia (A) students will read The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. This class is rich in conversation and activities. The students enjoy the amazing fictional writing by Lewis and dive into critical thinking that goes beyond the basic level. Students in Adventures of Narnia learn how to look deeper into the words and develop logical thinking skills. We start each class with a Critical Thinking activity and continue with Chapter Investigation, vocabulary and comprehension games, hands on activity, and creative thinking projects. The students are required to read prior to class and complete minimal homework in the form of comprehension questions or vocabulary skills.


Adventures in Narnia (B)
is a continuation course. Students interested in studying the classic Chronicles of Narnia written by C.S. Lewis may take this course without the previous year. In Adventures in Narnia (B) students will read The Horse and His Boy, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle. This class is rich in conversation and activities. The students enjoy the amazing fictional writing by Lewis and dive into critical thinking that goes beyond the basic level. Students in Adventures of Narnia learn how to look deeper into the words and develop logical thinking skills. We start each class with a Critical Thinking activity and continue with Chapter Investigation, vocabulary and comprehension games, hands on activity, and creative thinking projects. The students are required to read prior to class and complete minimal homework in the form of comprehension questions or vocabulary skills. The final eight weeks of Adventures in Narnia (B) will be an exciting overview of the seven books which includes a unique Narnia timeline.


Enrollment
Adventures in Narnia meets for one hour (see schedule). The average student should plan to devote approximately one hour or less each week to homework.
Prerequisite
  • Students must be nine years of age by September 1st.
Class Size
  • Minimum: 8
  • Maximum: 14
Tuition and Fees
Text & Materials