Read, Write, Learn

Estimated Time: 3 hours


  • This story can be challenging to read and understand, so before you begin reading, watch this short video to give you a very basic framework of the story's events.
  • The reading for this week stops at 3:32 in this video. We will watch the remainder next week.

  • Chapters Part I, which includes Sections 1-21


  • As you are reading, write down any lines that you like or have special meaning to you in your journal. Choose at least one passage from each chapter.
  • Pay attention to any words or phrases that you don't understand and write them in your journal. Look up the meanings of these words.
  • Make a list of characters and their traits as you are reading.


  • This poem was written using alliteration on every line. Read the definition of alliteration and add it to your notebook.

Alliteration - Examples and Definition of Alliteration

Alliteration is derived from Latin's " Latira ". It means "letters of alphabet". It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same first consonant sound, occur close together in a series. Consider the following examples: But a better butter makes a batter better.

  • Choose some examples of alliteration that you like while reading and add them to your notebook with your definition.

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