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1 Narnia Vocabulary Chapter 13 Deep Magic from the Dawn of Time Definition Spanish Translation tree stump part of the tree left after trunk and limbs are cut off la parte del árbol se fue después de que se corten el tronco y los miembros Shudder to shiver or tremble without trying temblar; sentir escalofríos Crouch squat down on the balls of the feet agacharse with knees bent and body hunched over Dew moisture from the air that condenses as tiny drops on surfaces rocío; goats causadas por la condensación safe conduct protection given someone passing through an area occupied by an enemy force proteccion dada a alguien al pasar por un area ocupada por el enemigo Advantage a superior or favorable position in ventaja; una posicion favorable relation to somebody or something. Dispute question or doubt the validity of something; to disagree disputar; dudar de la validez de algo; estar en desacuerdo Traitor someone who behaves in a disloyal traidor; alguien desleal or double-crossing way offense misdeed; break an accepted moral injuria, ofender; un ataque militar or social standard engraved carved or etched on a hard surface with a design or lettering engravar; disenar con cincel sobre una superficie dura sceptre ceremonial staff or rod used as a power of authority cetro que refleja el poder de la autoridad prey prize taken by an enemy in war that victima; alguien atacado rightfully is theirs forfeit loss of something because of not fulfilling a legal debt or obligation ceder; el acto de ceder un derecho u otra cosa. perish be destroyed or ruined perecer; ser destruido o arruinado renounced given up a claim, title, position or right Renunciar un derecho o titulo o posición claim demand something officially that someone else has a right to or owns afirmar un derecho; reclamar un derecho de otros murmur muttered complaint; grumbling quejandose; murmurar; farfullar Narnian Expressions Emperor s Magic The Emperor refers to the creator of the land of Narnia

2 Deep Magic The magic put into Narnia at its creation which guarantees that every traitor belongs to the powers of evil (under the control of the White Witch). The price of treachery is death at the hands of the White Witch. I. Vocabulary Enrichment Activities Chapter 13 A. Fill in the blank with the missing word that best completes the meaning of the sentence. Use the story context for clues. 1) To satisfy the Deep Magic, it is necessary to Edmund s life. The White Witch has a legal to his blood because he is a. 2) Unless Aslan is able to get the White Witch to her claim to his life, Edmund will be put to death. 3) Although Edmund has created a grave against his brother and sisters and against all that is good in Narnia, Susan pleads for his life. B. Critical Analysis 1) When Susan suggests that there might be something that could be done to overcome the Deep Magic, Aslan says, work against the Emperor s magic? p Explain what you think the Emperor s magic must be like based on Aslan s reaction to Susan s question. 2) When Aslan announced that the White Witch has renounced all claim on Edmund s blood, what do you think is the price that will have to be paid?

3 C. Comprehension Short Answer After reading each question, write the answer in the space provided. 1) What did the White Witch mean when she said that if only three of the thrones were filled, it wouldn t complete the prophecy? 2) When the White Witch heard what had happened to Maugrim, what did she instruct the other wolf to do? 3) What happened just when Edmund was convinced that he would die at the hands of the White Witch? 4) What actually were the stump and the boulder? 5) What happened to the Witch s magic wand in all the confusion? 6) What was the message delivered to Aslan by the leopard? 7) What was the price for being a traitor in Narnia? 8) What would happen to Narnia if the rules that govern the Deep Magic were not fulfilled?

4 9) What was the result of the Witch s conversation with Aslan? 10) Why do you think Aslan roared when the White Witch asked him how she could be sure that he would keep his promise? Write: A dialogue between Edmund and Aslan in which you express what you think they might have said to each other. Discuss: Have the class discuss what they think Aslan promised the White Witch. Write their ideas on the board, and have them vote on the one they think is what most likely happened. (Make a note of it so it can be compared with what happens next in the story.) Create: A picture that depicts the meeting of Aslan with the White Witch. {Re-read p. 154 to help you get started.)

5 Narnia Vocabulary Chapter 14 The Triumph of the Witch Definition Spanish Translation campaign organized series of actions designed to accomplish a specific goal campaña organizad para alcanzar una meta siege prolonged military effort to surround a place and cut off from all outside access in order to force a surrender asalto militar para rodear al enemigo y forzarla ceder su posición assault to attack, as in war atacar algo con ganas de destruirlo roused to stir up someone from sleep or rest Despertar a alguién dormido o desmayado. groped search for something blindly or tentar; buscar algo sin poder verlo uncertainly bitterly expressive of severe pain, grief or amargamente; difícil de aceptar regret bind tie something securely by winding a cord around it to hold it in place ligar; usar una cuerda para prohibir el movimiento gibber to speak quickly without making sense charla incoherente shaved cutting hair with a razor or scissors afeitar; quitar el pelo del cuerpo usando una navaja de afeitar shears scissors; device used to cut hair or fleece tijeras de esquilar; usadas para cortar el pelo squat to crouch down agacharse muzzle device strapped over the nose and jaws of an animal to prevent it from opening its mouth aparato puesto sobre el hocico de un animal para prohibir que abra la boca rabble noisy, unruly crowd of people; mob un grupo de personas ruidosas y vulgares; muchedumbre hoist raise or lift something up into position izar; levantar algo whet pact appeased to sharpen the cutting edge of a blade, usually by rubbing it on a stone agreement made between two or more individuals or groups to bring about a state of peace, especially by giving in to demands afilar; darle filo a una cuchilla pacto entre dos o más personas apaciguar; traer un estado de paz a una situación I. Vocabulary Enrichment Activities Chapter 14 A. Fill in the blank with the missing word that best completes the meaning of the sentence. Use the story context for clues. 1) In order to prepare for their against the White Witch, Aslan spoke long with Peter, preparing him for a possible against the Witch s palace.

6 2) Peter was uncomfortable when he realized that whatever Aslan had made with the White Witch might make it impossible for Aslan to be with him during the final on the White Witch and her evil minions. 3) Later that evening, Susan and Lucy were unable to sleep and, in the dead of night, they their way blindly out of the tent in search of Aslan. 4) When they arrived at their destination, Aslan bid the girls farewell, and they both began to cry for they were certain something awful was going to happen. 5) The girls in the shadows behind some trees as the evil minions of darkness the great Aslan with rope, put a over his beautiful jaws, and then off his luxurious mane. 6) When all was ready, Aslan was onto the Stone Table and the White Witch began to her knife to make sure it would be sharp enough to kill the once proud lion. 7) The of evil creatures made fun of Aslan, calling him names in an effort to humiliate him, but he met their cruelty with dignity as the White Witch plunged her knife into his heart. B. Critical Analysis 1) Explain what you think is going to happen based on the way Aslan is described in this chapter. Keep in mind that he is returning to the Stone Table, his head is held very low, and he describes himself as feeling very sad and lonely. p ) At the end of this chapter, the witch is certain she has triumphed over Aslan. What makes her so sure she has won?

7 C. Comprehension Multiple Choice Read each question or statement, then select the best answer from the choices provided. Circle the letter of your answer. 1) How many plans of battle did Aslan suggest Peter should prepare? a) four b) two c) six d) one 2) How would you describe Aslan s mood on the way to the Fords of Beruna? a) depressed b) confident c) bitter d) angry 3) Why couldn t Lucy and Susan sleep? a) They were worried about Edmund. b) They were excited about the battle to come. c) They were afraid. d) They were anxious about Aslan. 4) What does Aslan ask the girls to do as they accompany him? a) Bury their cold hands in his fur b) Not talk c) Sing a song with him d) Pray for him 5) As Aslan moved towards the Stone Table, the Witch told her creatures to: a) make fun of him. b) throw chips of burning wood at him c) bind him tight d) hit him with their fists 6) Why did the Witch insist that Aslan be shaved? a) She was afraid that Aslan s mane would get in the way of her knife. b) She thought that perhaps Aslan might betray his word and hide a weapon in his mane. c) She planned to take the fur and make a cloak for herself. d) She wanted to humiliate and embarrass him by taking away the mane that made him seem so powerful. 7) After Aslan was bound and muzzled, the rabble: a) still appeared to be terrified of him. b) began to jeer at him and call him names. c) started to throw sticks and stones at him. d) began to sing and dance.

8 8) After Aslan was hoisted to the top of the Table, the Witch: a) began to say a magic spell. b) poured hot oil on him. c) began to whet her knife. d) jumped on him and kicked him in the face. 9) Right before she plunged the knife into Aslan s heart, the Witch: a) called upon the forces of evil to guide her hand. b) raised her arms to the sky and called on the Emperor of Narnia to witness her triumph. c) spit into Aslan s face. d) Yelled at Aslan that she has triumphed and now will kill Edmund and the others. 10) At the moment of his death, Aslan appeared: a) neither angry nor afraid but a little sad. b) frightened. c) full of hopelessness. d) joyful. II. Write, Discuss, Create Chapter 14 Write: Make a list of the people who sacrifice each day to provide us with a safe and secure world in which to live (example: parents, teachers, soldiers, firemen, policemen, etc.) Discuss: Write the list on the board and, beside each person, ask the class to list the types of sacrifices these people are called upon to make every day. Create: Heroes Create a poster, write a poem, a song, or other artistic work dedicated to a person you believe sacrificed his/her life for others. The person could be a political figure, a religious leader, or a member of your community or family. Identify the person by name, and include a brief explanation of the sacrifice this person made and why you believe this person was a hero.

9 Narnia Vocabulary Chapter 15 Deeper Magic From Before the Dawn of Time Definition Spanish Translation vile awful; disgusting; worthless vil; causando asco shame stroke fondle spitefulness A painful emotion caused by awareness of guilt, unworthiness, or embarrassment moving the hand lightly over a surface in a loving way to handle very tenderly, in a loving or affectionate way mean or cruel; unreasonable desire to see someone suffer vergüenza; una emoción negativa causada por la deshonra caricia gentilmente; moverse la mano sobre la piel, el cuerpo caricia gentilmente en una manera muy cariñosa un acto muy malicioso o cruel peer to look very carefully or hard mirar con mucho cuidado incantation the ritual chanting of magic words encantación; cantando palabras mágicas lashing the quick back and forth movement of a cat s tail el movimiento rápido de la cola de un gato romp to frolic or play in a joyous and highspirited way jugar en una manera muy enérgica briar A shrub with woody, thorny or prickly stems un arbusto con raíces muy duras y ramas espinosas battlements protective walls built with open spaces used as places of defense una pared protective donde hay una inclinación profunda; construidas con aberturas, usados not slacking Narnian Expressions: without stopping; moving quickly and with purpose como lugares de defensa sin parar; moverse rápido con propósito Deeper Magic from before the Dawn of Time Magic that existed Narnia was created, going back before time began. This is the magic that saved Aslan because, when a willing victim who had committed no treachery was killed in a traitor s place, then the Stone Table would crack and Death itself would start working backward. I. Vocabulary Enrichment Activities Chapter 15 A. Fill in the blank with the missing word that best completes the meaning of the sentence. Use the story context for clues. 1) After the White Witch led her followers to war, Lucy and Susan approached the dead Aslan and and his sad face.

10 2) They looked with at what the creatures had done to Aslan and were overcome with sadness. 3) The White Witch s was evident in the way she had sheared off his beautiful mane and muzzled his jaws. 4) When the girls carefully at Aslan s body, they saw small grey creatures gnawing at the cords that bound him and were overjoyed. B. Critical Analysis 1) Some people believe that Aslan s sacrifice in place of Edmund is like the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Discuss how you think they were alike and how they were different. 2) Explain what you think about the Deeper Magic from before the Dawn of Time and why this Deeper Magic was able to overcome death. C. Comprehension Short Answer 1) What did Lucy and Susan do after the White Witch left to go to war with the others? 2) Why weren t Susan and Lucy able to untie Aslan? 3) What were the creatures crawling all over Aslan s body?

11 4) What were they doing? 5) What happened when the sun began to rise? 6) How did Aslan explain what happened? 7) What did Aslan and the children do when they realized he had truly returned to them? 8) Why was the children s ride on Aslan s back one of their most unforgettable experiences? 9) Where did Aslan take the children? 10) How did Aslan get the children past the castle wall and into the courtyard? II. Write, Discuss, Create Chapter 15 Write: A letter to a friend who has just lost a family member or a close friend. Give them advice about what the person might do to cope with his/her feelings. Discuss: Ask students if they have ever felt so sad that they had no tears left and, if so, do they agree with the author that eventually there comes a time of quietness as if nothing is ever going to happen again. p. 174 Discuss the types of events that could cause this feeling (e.g., death, separation, divorce, etc.) Create: Have students divide a piece of paper into two columns. In the first column, have the students list different types of tragic events they have read about, heard about, or experienced themselves. In the second column, have them write down specific ideas they feel might help people who have experienced such tragedies deal with their feelings. Narnia Vocabulary Chapter 16 What Happened about the Statues

12 Definition Spanish Translation bound move quickly and energetically saltar rápido. whisked quick sweeping or whipping motion quitar algo muy rápido. prodigious great in amount, size or extent; asombroso; muy grande enormous indigo dark grayish-blue color Añil; tinta azul plumage the feathers covering a bird s body Plumage; plumas que cubren el cuerpo de un pájaro braying sound a donkey makes: harsh highpitched, rebusno; sonido que hace el burro grating voice creeping developing or advancing by slow but sure degrees arrastrarse; moverse con mucho cuidado sin hacer cualquier ruido concealed to keep something hidden; prevent it esconder dungeon from being known underground prison cell; usually beneath a castle masmorras; cárceles ubicados debajo de la tierra, usualmente debajo de los castillos saquear; buscar algo examinándolo detalladamente liberar; permitir que la gente ransacking searching and examining very thoroughly and carefully liberated to release someone or a group; to set free salga; darle la libertad a alguien surged to move like a wave with a sudden rush surger como una ola en una in a particular direction dirección específica bawled yell out or up at gritarle o regañar a alguien rubble broken stones, bricks and other cascote; basura producido por los materials from buildings that have been edificios destruídos destroyed deformed unshapely form; spoiled; disfigured; distorcinado; dañado hideous looking din loud, harsh, continuing noise fuerte ruido constante Narnian Expressions Gave a bay make a sound like a dog to guide people in a particular direction. English fox hunt a tradition in England where a fox is let loose and then chased by dogs and horsemen I. Vocabulary Enrichment Activities Chapter 16

13 A. Fill in the blank with the missing word that best completes the meaning of the sentence. Use the story context for clues. 1) In order to return the statues into human form, Aslan on them. This action them from the magic of the White Witch and returned them to life. 2) As the statues returned to life, Aslan sent them to look in the deep of the Witch s palace where he believed she would have even more statues. 3) The newly liberated statues toward the palace in a huge wave, and searched for others who had been turned to stone. 4) The most impressive statue was that of a stone lion who gave a yawn after Aslan brought him back to life and began to jump and leap playfully in the yard. B. Critical Analysis 1) The final battle can be seen as a battle between the forces of good and evil. Explain why you agree or disagree with this statement. 2) Explain why you think Aslan first went to the Witch s palace instead of going directly to help Peter and the others. C. Comprehension True or False

14 Read the following statements. If the statement is true, write true in the space provided; if false, correct the statement so it is true. 1) There was such chaos in the courtyard that the dryads and nymphs fled to the forest. 2) To return the statues to life, Aslan only needed to touch them with his paw. 3) As the statues returned to life, there was great joy and excitement. 4) Lucy discovered the statue of Mr. Tumnus. 5) All giants are as good tempered as Rumblebuffin. 6) Aslan opened the front gate by using his magic. 7) Lucy gave her handkerchief to Rumblebuffin because he had a cold. 8) The newly liberated statues were set free and returned to their homes. 9) Peter s army was greatly outnumbered when they arrived, and Peter was fighting with the White Witch. 10) Peter would have lost the battle had Aslan not killed the White Witch. II. Write, Discuss, Create Chapter 16 Write: Pretend that you are Lucy. Write about how you feel about finding Mr. Tumnus and having him restored to life. Discuss: As a class, describe what Giant Rumblebuffin is like. Discuss how he is alike or different from what you typically expect a giant to be (i.e., stereotypes). Create: a picture, write a poem or a song, or create another type of artistic work about the last battle. Narnia Vocabulary Chapter 17 The Hunting of the White Stag

15 Definition Spanish Translation seaweed plants such as kelp that grow in the sea alga marina seagulls large web-footed white and gray sea birds with yellow beaks gaviotas; pajaros que vive cerca del mar revelry a lively celebration involving eating, drinking, dancing and merrymaking celebración que incluye comida, bebida, baile y placer piercing an intense quality of sound Sonido agudo remnants a small part of something left over after the rest is gone; survivors remanente de algo que se queda cuando el resto se ha desaparecido quarry a hunted animal or bird cantera; un animal o pájaro cazado por alguién marvel something that inspires awe, asombrar amazement or admiration foreboding a feeling that something bad is going to happen presentimiento que algo mal pasará signification the meaning of something such as a el significado de algo thing, word or event stag adult male deer venado maduro macho I. Vocabulary Enrichment Activities Chapter 17 A. Fill in the blank with the missing word that best completes the meaning of the sentence. Use the story context for clues. 1) After the final battle, the children travel to Cair Paravel where they are crowned kings and queens with much and lived happily near the sea where they were accompanied by the sounds of the that flew over the castle. 2) Susan, Lucy, Peter and Edmund ruled Narnia for many years. One day they were told that a magical White Stag had been seen. So the now adult kings and queens set forth to hunt their, for they knew that the White Stag would grant wishes. 3) After a long hunt, Peter, Susan, Lucy and Edmund saw something very strange an iron post with a lamp on top. But though it seemed familiar, they couldn t figure out the of the object.

16 4) It was with a sense of that they determined to continue hunting the White Stag, but they were full of enthusiasm and looked forward to a possible adventure. All at once, they found themselves back at the Professor s not a day older than the day they d first entered the magical kingdom of Narnia! Do you think they will have other adventures in Narnia? B. Critical Analysis This thing we call time Early in the story, Peter and Susan seek out the Professor to talk about Lucy s fascination with Narnia, Peter tells the Professor that it is only logical that, if something is real, it must be real all the time. p. 52 What does this statement mean? Is time real? If you believe it is real, then shouldn t five minutes seem to pass at the exact same speed no matter what you re doing? Think of times in your life when it seemed that time stood still. Jot them down. Now think of times in your life when it seemed that time sped by. Jot them down. Compare your list with others in the class. What do you think? Is time real or is it something that seems to pass at different speeds for different people depending on where they are and what they re doing? Many fantasy stories deal with twists in time, in particular, stories about time travel. Explain why you think time travel is or is not possible. C. Comprehension Short Answer

17 Read each question and write an appropriate answer. 1) How did Edmund help win the final battle? 2) How does Lucy restore Edmund and save his life? 3) When Lucy returns to him, how does Edmund appear to her? 4) Why do you think Lucy wants Edmund to know what Aslan did for him? 5) What did Aslan provide for the tired and hungry warriors who had fought in the battle? 6) Where did Aslan lead them the day after the battle was won? 7) What did Mr. Beaver warn the children about Aslan? 8) How do the royal names the children were given reveal their characters? a) King Peter the Magnificent? b) Queen Susan the Gentle? c) King Edmund the Just? d) Queen Lucy the Valiant? 9) List what the Kings and Queens accomplished in Narnia after their coronation. 10) Why did Susan, Peter, Lucy and Edmund set out to hunt the White Stag?

18 11) What is it that Lucy tells the others she thinks will happen if they pass the iron lantern? 12) What does Susan advise the others to do? 13) In the end, what do they decide to do? 14) When the children find themselves back at the Professor s house, what is so strange there? 15) What advice does the Professor give the children if they want to return to Narnia? II. Write Discuss Create Chapter 17 Write: Pretend that you are one of the Pevensie children who has just arrived at Cair Paravel. Write a letter to a friend describing your arrival and your coronation as King or Queen. Discuss: whether or not you agree with Lucy that Edmund should be told what Aslan did for him? Give specific reasons why you agree or disagree with her. Discuss: When Lucy is tending to Edmund on the battlefield, Aslan reminds her that others are gravely wounded as well and in need of her help. Discuss how doing good for one person may sometimes conflict with doing a greater good for many. Create: a drawing of the castle at Cair Paravel as you picture it in your imagination. Re-read the description on p Narnia Nature Vocabulary Tree Types Descriptions Spanish Translations

19 Yew Beech Larch evergreen tree or shrub that has dark green needles and red cones tall tree with smooth gray bark, glossy leaves, and nuts in spiny cases tree of the pine family with clusters of leaves resembling needles and eggshaped cones Oaks tree or shrub that has acorns as fruit and leaves with rounded or pointed projections Elms large tree with notched leaves and winged fruits Fir evergreen tree with single flat needleshaped leaves and cones evergreen any tree that stays green through out the seasons tejo arbol o arbusto perenne que tiene verde agujas y rojos conos arbol alto con cortez grisacea lisa hojas brillosas, con semillas en estuches espinosos arbol de la familia de los pinos con aglomeración de hojas que se asemejan a agujas y conos con forma de huevo robles; arbol que tiene nueces como fruta y hojas con projecciones redondas o puntiagudas olmos; arbol enorme con dentada hojas y frutas aladas abeto; arbol perenne con hojas planas con formas de aguja arbol que verde permanence atravez de las estaciones del año Bird Types Descriptions Spanish Translations kingfisher brightly colored bird with short tail and a long stout bill tipo de ave de colores con una cola corta y un pico robusto y largo thrush songbird with a slender bill and a melodious song.] ace cantor con un pico delgado y una canción melodiosa robin symbol of spring; type of thrush with a rust colored breast and dark gray or brown upper parts primavera; simbolo de la primavera; tiene una pechuga rojiza y gris escuro o marrón en las partes superiores Flower Types Descriptions Spanish Translations bluebells woodland plant of the lily family that has long thin leaves and small blue, bellshaped flowers azules enforma de campanas crocus small plant with white, purple or yellow flowers blooming in early spring celandines tall plant of the buttercup family that has yellow flowers in summer currant a small shrub that bears small red, raisin-like fruit hawthorne thorny tree or shrub of the rose family with clusters of white or pink flowers and small reddish fruits planta silvestre de la familia lilas tiene hojas delgadas y pequeñas flores azafrán; pequeña planta con flores blancas, moradas o amarillas que florecen en temprana de la primavera botón; planta alta que tiene flores amarillas durante el verano grosella roja; pequeño arbusto que produce pegueñas pasas árbol o arbusto espinoso de la familia color de rosa con los racimos de las flores blancas o rosadas y de las frutas rojizas pequeñas Mythological Creatures in Narnia Creature Definition Spanish Translation

20 werewolf a person believed able to change into a wolf and back again into a human being hombre lobos; personas que son capaces de transformarse en lobos ghoul evil and terrifying spirit un espíritu maligno o evil boggle goblin; ghostly, awful goblin; fantasmal; tremendo ogre evil giant or monster who eats people ogros; gigantes que se comen a la gente minotaur hag monster with a body of a man and head of a bull that was fed human sacrifices offensive term used to describe bad old women essentially witches with magical powers minotauro; animal con el cuerpo de un hombre y la cabeza de un toro que era alimentado al comerse los sacrificios humanos bruja; una vieja malevolente con poderes mágicos spectre a ghostly presence fantasmas; apariciones que amenazan a la gente centaur wild creature with the head, arms and torso of a man joined to the body of a horse at the neck animal salvaje con la cabeza, los brazos y el cuerpo de un ser humano unido por el cuello con el cuerpo de un unicorn mythical animal usually depicted as a white horse with a single straight spiraled horn growing from it s forehead mythical jinn spirits that embody fire; they resent humans and consider themselves superior to them caballo unicornios; animales mágicos en forma de caballos blancos con un cuerno efreet espiritus jinn que se sienten superiores a todos los seres humanos y tratan de hacerles daño dryad nature spirit that lives in trees espíritus que viven en los árboles muy nymph faun satyr nature spirit that lives by springs and rivers or cool caves a mythical creature with the feet, legs and horns of a goat but the face and arms of a man like a faun but considered less gentle and kind and more interested in satisfying itself with pleasurable activities, like eating and drinking aficionados a la naturalza espíritus que viven cerca de los árboles muy aficionados a la naturaleza fauno; un animal mitológico con los pies, las piernas, y los cuernos de una cabra y la cara y los brazos de un ser humano sátiro; semejantes a los faunos pero menos amables y cariñosos. Se dedican a tomar y comer hasta que estén saciados incubus a male demon demonio masculino wraith ghost of a dead person duende ettin 3-headed giant in English fairy tales gigantes con tres cabezas sprite small spirit being like an elf or a fairy seres sobrenaturales como hadas

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