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A Guide For Using The Call of the Wild in the Classroom, Grades 5-8
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This Teacher Created Resources' literature guide includes plenty of resources for teachers to use while teaching "The Call of the Wild." Sample lesson plans; pre-reading activities; author sketch and picture of the author; book summary; vocabulary lists and suggested vocabulary activities; quizzes, hands-on projects, cooperative learning activities cross-curriculum connections; post-reading ideas; book report & research ideas; and other activities are provided. Answer key provided. 48 classroom-reproducible pages, softcover. Grades 5-8.
This Literature Unit Guide is designed to be used alongside the sold-separately The Call of the Wild by Jack London.
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Teacher Created Resources
Publication Date: 1995
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches)|
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catlova2 Stars Out Of 5September 16, 2009catlovaI think that this book is a semi-good read for older children, but it happens to be filled with evolution. Buck is a dog whose morals fall and falter in his survival of the Artic and is somehow extremely influenced by his "primitive ancestors" so that he becomes more of a wolf than a tame judge's dog. I think that if there is a moral of the book, it is that the primitive side of us is almost better, and i don't think that I liked the book. Personally, I had to wade through it.
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