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The Magician’s Nephew by C. S. Lewis. Preview of chapter 1 of 15 chapters. Full version contains over 150 slides with each chapter fully covered. VA SOLs. 5.1 The student will listen, draw conclusions, and share responses in subject-related group learning activities.

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the magician s nephew by c s lewis

TheMagician’s Nephewby C. S. Lewis

Preview of chapter 1 of 15 chapters.

Full version contains over 150 slides with each chapter fully covered

va sols
VA SOLs

5.1 The student will listen, draw conclusions, and share responses in subject-related group learning activities.

Participate in and contribute to discussions across content areas.

Organize information to present reports of group activities.

Summarize information gathered in group activities.

5.2 The student will use effective nonverbal communication skills.

Maintain eye contact with listeners

Use gestures to support, accentuate, and dramatize verbal message.

Use facial expressions to support and dramatize verbal message.

Use posture appropriate for communication setting.

5.4 The student will read fiction and nonfiction with fluency and accuracy.

Use context to clarify meaning of unfamiliar words.

Use knowledge of root words, prefixes, and suffixes.

Use dictionary, glossary, thesaurus, and other word-reference materials.

5.5 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fiction.

Describe the relationship between text and previously read materials.

Describe character development in fiction and poetry selections.

Describe the development of plot and explain how conflicts are resolved. Describe the characteristics of free verse, rhymed, and patterned poetry.

Describe how an author’s choice of vocabulary and style contributes to the quality and enjoyment of selections. slang.

va sols1
VA SOLs

5.7 The student will demonstrate comprehension of information from a variety of print resources.

Develop notes that include important concepts, summaries, and identification of information sources.

Organize information on charts, maps, and graphs.

5.8 The student will write for a variety of purposes: to describe, to inform, to entertain, and to explain.

Choose planning strategies for various writing purposes.

Organize information.

Demonstrate awareness of intended audience.

Use precise and descriptive vocabulary to create tone and voice.

Vary sentence structure.

Revise writing for clarity.

Use available technology to access information.

5.9 The student will edit writing for correct grammar, capitalization, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Use plural possessives.

Use adjective and adverb comparisons.

Identify and use interjections.

Use apostrophes in contractions and possessives.

Use quotation marks with dialogue.

Use commas to indicate interrupters and in the salutation and closing of a letter.

Use a hyphen to divide words at the end of a line.

Edit for clausal fragments, run-on sentences, and excessive coordination.

6.2a The student will listen critically and express opinions in oral presentations: Distinguish between fact and opinion.

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Chapter 1 – As you listen to chapter 1, describe these characters:.

Who are the main characters introduced in Chap. 1? How do they meet? Why has the boy been crying? What is the setting (where does the story take place, and what time of year is it)? How does the weather affect the adventure? What did the girl discover in the box-room (storage room) in the attic? What use did she make of her discovery? 

quick writes 1
Quick writes 1

What you have read

What you will be reading

Digory & Polly want to believe there’s something creepy & sinister about the empty house & Uncle Andrew. Are you ever like that? Explain.

Would you have opened the door? Tried on the ring?

Digory says adults are predictable, not curious and “come up with uninteresting explanations.” What do you think?

“Blub” is a British word for cry. How many synonyms for cry can you think of?

Describe a secret place you like to hide. How do you feel when you are there?

How do you decide who you can trust? Tell about a time you wish you hadn’t trusted someone.

Describe a spooky dark place. Would you explore it alone? With a friend? Why or why not.

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Chapter 1 – review Fill in the blanks

Digory meets ______when he comes to stay at his Aunt Letty and Uncle _____ house in London, ______.They are brother and sister who have never ______.

His ____ is really sick and his _____ is working in India. They explore the secret passageways, rafters and tunnels that connect the houses on their street.

They think ____________acts strangely. He forbids them to go into his study but they do by accident.

The children become ______ when they are trapped in the study with him.  _____ says she must leave to go to _____ but Uncle Andrew tricks her into touching a ______. Digory warns her not to be a fool but she does, leaving Digory and his Uncle Andrew alone in the study.

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Chapter 1 – review answers

Digory meets Polly when he moves into his Aunt Letty and Uncle Andrew's home in London, England. His mother is really sick and his father is working in India. They explore the secret passageways, rafters and tunnels that connect the houses on their street.

They think Uncle Andrew acts strangely. He forbids them to go into his study but they do by accident.

The children become frightened when they are trapped in the study with him.  Polly says she must leave to go to dinner, but Uncle Andrew tricks her into touching a ring.  Digory warns her not to be a fool but she does and disappears leaving Digory and his Uncle Andrew alone in the study.

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Apostrophes

Apostrophes can be used to show who owns or possesses what. Where should the missing possessive apostrophe go?

"It was too late. Exactly as he spoke, Pollys hand went out to touch one of the rings. And immediately, without a flash or a noise or a warning of any sort, there was no Polly. Digory and his Uncle were alone in the room.“ Chapter 1

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Chapter 1 Quiz

Who lives next door to Digory?

Who is deathly ill?

What is the setting of the story?

a . New York b. London, England c. China

Where do the children go exploring because it is raining?

The backyard pond b the secret garden

c. passageways, rafters and tunnels that connect the houses

What happens when someone touches the ring?

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Adjectives

Adjectives tell us more about the nouns –

what kind or how many or which one.

Can you find all 13 adjectives?

"But what she noticed first was a bright red wooden tray with a number of rings on it. They were in pairs - a yellow one and a green one together, than a little space, and then another yellow one and another green one. They were no bigger than ordinary rings, and no one could help noticing them because they were so bright." Chapter 1, pg. 9

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Adjectives

"But what she noticed first was a bright red wooden tray with a number of rings on it. They were in pairs - a yellow one and a green one together, than a little space, and then another yellow one and another green one. They were no bigger than ordinary rings, and no one could help noticing them because they were so bright." Chapter 1, pg. 9

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Organize these chapter 1 words into categories by putting a dot of color by them.

NOUNS: Person, place or thing

VERB: Action word, you can “do” this word

ADJECTIVE: Word than modifies a noun by explaining which one? How many? What kind?

cupboard

serious

microscope

vacuum

extremely

knuckles

immediately

guinea-pig

rafter

feeble

drafty

furnished

sealing-wax

ordinary

demon

forbidden

dreadfully

cunning

dingy

eager

greedy

emigrant

lantern

desperate

mystery

explanations

Measured

candlelight

immigrant

coiner

cistern

sloping

  • surprised
  • bachelor
  • indignantly
  • exploration
  • discovered
  • smuggler
  • burglars
  • ought
  • haunted
  • suggested
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Organize these words into categories by putting a dot of color by them.

NOUNS: Person, place or thing

VERB: Action word, you can “do” this word

ADJECTIVE: Word than modifies a noun by explaining which one? How many? What kind?

7-1-2

lantern

desperate

mystery

explanations

Measured

candlelight

immigrant

cistern

sloping

5-3

cupboard

serious

microscope

vacuum

extremely

knuckles

immediately

guinea-pig

4-9

rafter

feeble

drafty

ordinary

demon

forbidden

dreadful

cunning

dingy

eager

greedy

emigrant

  • 4-5
  • surprised
  • bachelor
  • exploration
  • discovered
  • smuggler
  • burglars
  • ought
  • haunted
  • suggested
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The Magician's Nephew vocabulary (ch. 1-3)http://www.quia.com/jg/2417471.html

The Magician's Nephew vocabulary hangman (ch. 4-5)http://www.quia.com/hm/805795.html

The Magician's Nephew grammar (ch. 1-5) Parts of speech and their correct usage.http://www.quia.com/cb/801730.html

Many more games in full version

Check out the Lion, Witch and Wardrobe power point as well as The Horse and His Boy being posted in summer 2012

also available the lion the witch and the wardrobe

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Power-point-Lion-Witch-and-Wardrobe-novel-studyhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Power-point-Lion-Witch-and-Wardrobe-novel-study

Also availableThe Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

Teacher’s resource

by Kathy Applebee

also available the horse and his boy by c s lewis

Also availableThe Horse and His BoyBy C. S. Lewis

Chapter by chapter resource

By Kathy Applebee

  • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Power-Point-The-Horse-and-His-Boy-C-SLewis-novel-study