Interactive Guide Grade 4
The Treasure Trove of Literature, Level 1 (Lesson 1 from the Notebook)
Literary Devices: Onomatopoeia Onomatopoeia is a figure of speech that uses words that sound like what they mean. For example, “quack” sounds like the sound a duck makes and “drip” sounds like the noise of water dripping. Onomatopoeia is a wonderful way to help the reader imagine the sounds of a story, and in this case, the sounds of Narnia. Find two examples of onomatopoeia on page 9 of the book and write them on the spaces below.
1 Reading Review Questions: pgs. 3–13
1. Which character is most excited to explore the Professor’s house and the land around it?
Which character is tired and bad-tempered? Which character feels a little scared at the thought of the long
hallways and empty rooms in the large house? are concerned about getting to bed on time?
Which two characters
2. What are the children doing when they find the room with the wardrobe in it?
3. What kind of creature does Lucy meet in the wood at the back of the wardrobe? What is this creature like from the waist upward? What is he like from the waist downward?
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
4. What does Mr. Tumnus mean when he asks Lucy if she is a Daughter of Eve?
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5. Mr. Tumnus tells Lucy that she is now in what land?
The Treasure Trove of Literature, Level 1—Notebook
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