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The Chronicles of Narnia, Part Two (High School)

Learn all seven books of Narnia over the school year! Using the well-known classic series, join in to learn the symbolism, Christian themes, and dramatic storytelling that makes this series loved by so many across the world. This is Part Two of a two-part course.

Total classes: 12

Prerequisite: The Chronicles of Narnia – Part One or permission from the instructor. Note that The Silver Chair, chapters 1-8 should be read before the first class meeting. 

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th grade.

Suggested credit: One full semester Literature or English


This is a continuation of The Chronicles of Narnia- Part One, which is a prerequisite for this course, unless arrangements have been made with the instructor. The Chronicles of Narnia is a masterpiece of Christian children’s literature. We will read all seven books in the series over a two-semester period, discovering the Christian themes and examining character development and symbolism. This will be an exciting class with fun reading that will strengthen your faith!


Class One: The Silver Chair – Chapters 1-8 (double reading during Christmas break)

Class Two: The Silver Chair – Chapters 9-12

Class Three: The Silver Chair – Chapters 13-16

Class Four: The Horse and his Boy – Chapters 1-5

Class Five: The Horse and his Boy – Chapters 6-10

Class Six: The Horse and his Boy – Chapters 11-15

Class Seven: The Magician’s Nephew – Chapters 1-5

Class Eight: The Magician’s Nephew – Chapters 6-10

Class Nine: The Magician’s Nephew – Chapters 11-15

Class Ten: The Last Battle – Chapters 1-4

Class Eleven: The Last Battle – Chapters 5-8

Class Twelve: The Last Battle – Chapters 9-16

Materials and Homework

Course materials: The Chronicles of Narnia, any edition

Homework: Four to five chapters of each book will be read per week and discussed in class the following week. There will be weekly auto-graded quizzes for immediate feedback and to make sure students are keeping up with the reading. The reading should take no more than two hours per week.

Important Dates

Class dates: Mondays, January 8 to April 8. No class February 12 or April 1 (Easter Monday)

Starting time: 1:00 PM Eastern (Noon Central; 11:00 Mountain; 10:00 Pacific)

Duration per class: 55 minutes

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