Name Date of birth Childhood Teen years Youth Start of his literary career Family life Major books Last years
The Call of the Wild (1903) The Call of the Wild The Sea-Wolf (1904) The Sea-Wolf White Fang (1906) White Fang Martin Eden (1909) Martin Eden The Valley of the Moon (1913) The Valley of the Moon The Little Lady of the Big House (1916) The Little Lady of the Big House
Phonetics Geography: Canada, Yukon Territory, Mackenzie River, California Names: Kiche, Cherokee, Weedon Scott, Collie Difficult to pronounce: famine, to christen, to devour, morose, ferocious, Vocabulary Explain: a pack of wolves, to scatter, a litter of five cubs, a vicious fight, hostile environment, to rescue, to adjust to the laws
The story then follows the pack, which recently ______ of its last prey. When the pack finally brings down a moose, the famine _______. They eventually split up. And now the story describes a she-wolf and her mate, One-Eye. The she-wolf _____ birth to a litter of five cubs. All but one ____ from hunger. One Eye is killed by a lynx while _____ to rob its den. to rob to end to give to die to try
White Fang Weedon Scott Grey Beaver Kiche Cherokee Collie third master and the first to show affection towards the main character; The first master of the main character; The mother of the main character; a bulldog that faces the main character during one of the fights; a sheepdog on the farm; three-quarters wolf and one- quarter dog.
1. The story begins in the USA. 2. One-Eye is a little cub. 3. Native Americans christen the cub White Fang. 4. White Fang easily becomes one of the puppies pack among the Indians. 5. White Fang starts participating in dog- fighting when he is five. 6. Weedon Scott saves White Fang. 7. The story ends with White Fang relaxing in the sun with his three puppies.
PART I: The Wild Chapter 1: The Trail of the MeatChapter 1: The Trail of the Meat Chapter 2: The She-Wolf Chapter 3: The Hunger Cry PART II: Born of the Wild Chapter 1: The Battle of the FangsChapter 1: The Battle of the Fangs Chapter 2: The Lair Chapter 3: The Gray Cub Chapter 4: The Wall of the World Chapter 5: The Law of Meat PART III: The Gods of the Wild Chapter 1: The Makers of Fire Chapter 1: The Makers of Fire Chapter 2: The Bondage Chapter 3: The Outcast Chapter 4: The Trail of the Gods Chapter 5: The Covenant Chapter 6: The Famine PART IV: The Superior Gods Chapter 1: The Enemy of His Kind Chapter 1: The Enemy of His Kind Chapter 2: The Mad God Chapter 3: The Reign of Hate Chapter 4: The Clinging Death Chapter 5: The Indomitable Chapter 6: The Love-Master PART V: The Tame Chapter 1: The Long TrailChapter 1: The Long Trail Chapter 2: The Southland Chapter 3: The God's Domain Chapter 4: The Call of Kind Chapter 5: T
Dog fights were a popular form of entertainment in the Klondike. They were cruel and illegal, but the man liked them. Discuss with your partner: Which sports do you think are cruel; Which entertainment could be made illegal in the future.
Task 1. This is a part of a letter Scott receives from his wife in California. In your next letter, please tell me about the weather in the Klondike and any other news you have. When are you coming home? Write Scott’s reply to his wife. Tell her all about White Fang and a trip home (about 100 words). Task 2. Find out information about either Northwest Canada and the Yukon or California. Make a project, follow the plan: 1) The history of the area 2) The people who live there 3) The geography 4) Tourism
Task 3. Make a survey and fill in the chart. Task 4. Do the test. See supplementary materials №4. NameKind of petAgeColour What it eatsWhere it sleeps What you do together Who looks after it