Catching Fire Reading Guide



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Catching Fire Reading Guide

Chapter 5




Vocabulary: using the dictionary, write a working definition of each of the following words.

cloying



Justice Building



Training Center




imperceptible




Characters: Describe each character as you are introduced to them.

Marvel



Caesar Flickerman




Questions: Please answer the following questions using complete sentences and knowledge of the novel.


  1. What does Katniss learn about District 11 in comparison to life in District 12 and her possible role in sparking rebellion?

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  1. Describe the rest of the Victory Tour proceedings. How are the crowd reactions different in Districts 8, 4, and 3?

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  1. How does Peeta help Katniss handle the stress of keeping peace in Panem?

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  1. Why does Peeta propose marriage to Katniss in front of all of Panem and the Capitol cameras?

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5. Describe President Snow’s reaction to Peeta and Katniss’s public engagement. What does the imperceptible shake of his head signify for the future of Panem and the young protagonists? What do you think that President Snow has in store for the young lovers?

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Figurative Language: Is it a simile, a metaphor, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, an idiom, or a cliché, and what is it supposed to mean?
“You’ll see, the choices you have to make. If we survive this,” says Haymitch. “You’ll learn.”

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“Even without our personal speeches to trigger dissent – … you can feel something in the air, the roiling boil of a pot about to run over.”

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