The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Chapter 6 Into the Forest


Highlight in yellow (or any color you like) words in the book that you do not understand. Look up the word and write its meaning in the margin of your book. Here are some words that are possibly new to you.

Arctic explorers

sensible plan
fraternizing with Humans


Listen to Chapter 6 being read to you in English:

READ ALOUD to your tutor

First paragraph in Chapter 6

“I wish the Macready would hurry up and take all these people away,” said Susan presently, “I’m getting horribly cramped.” 

Last page in Chapter 6

“If it comes to that, which IS the right side? How do we know that the Fauns are in the right and the Queen (yes, I know we’ve been told she’s a witch) is in the wrong? We don’t really know anything about either.”
“The Faun saved Lucy.”
“He SAID he did. But how do we know? And there’s another thing too. Has anyone the least idea of the way home from here?”
“Great Scott!” said Peter, “I hadn’t thought of that.”
“And no chance of dinner either,” said Edmund. 

DISCUSS with your Tutor

  1. Look up the word “foreshadow.”  In this sentence: “The coats were rather too big for them so that they came down to their heels and looked more like royal robes…”
    What does the phrase “looked more like royal robes” foreshadow?  
  2. Instead of admitting he had lied about not being in the land of Narnia with Lucy, what did Edmund say to himself?  How is Edmund’s attitude adding to his sin of lying?
  3. When the children arrived at Mr. Tumnus’ cave, what terrible surprise did they find? 
  4. What was Mr. Tumnus’ “crime”?
  5. What happened while they were still wondering what to do next? 

SHARE with your Tutor

Do you ever feel like telling a lie?  What can make you decide to tell the truth? 

The Holy Bible says, “Speak the truth to each other; do not plot evil against each other, and do not love to swear falsely. I hate all this,” declares the Lord.   
Zechariah 8:16-17