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Visit www.readinga-z.com for thousands of books and materials. Writing Write an essay contrasting the character traits of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes with those of John Thornton. Science Research the four seasons in the White River area of the Yukon territory. Create a diorama that depicts the four seasons in the area and write a summary that describes the plants, animals, and climate of each season. Connections The Call of the Wild A Reading A–Z Level Z2 Leveled Book Word Count: 2,579 www.readinga-z.com Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban LEVELED BOOK • Z 2 The Call of the Wild Part 7
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www.readinga-z.com Jack London (1876–1916) Jack London was an American writer and social activist. He wrote many adventure stories about the struggle for survival in nature and traveled north to take part in the Klondike Gold Rush when he was twenty-one years old. How does Buck’s strong will save him? Focus Question Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban The Call of the Wild 16 inkling (n.) a hint, clue, or uncertain idea about something (p. 3) innocuously (adv.) harmlessly (p. 9) irresolutely (adv.) uncertainly or indecisively (p. 11) irritability (n.) the quality or state of being easily angered or annoyed (p. 3) monosyllabic (adj.) using words of just one syllable each; terse or curt (p. 10) perambulating (adj.) walking (p. 7) prejudices (n.) preformed opinions, usually negative, that are developed without an understanding of the person, group, or subject (p. 4) prerogative (n.) a special right or privilege (p. 5) quarrelling (n.) the act of disagreeing and disputing angrily; arguing (p. 3) recital (n.) a long list or description that includes many items or details (p. 5)
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The Call of the Wild (Part 7) Level Z2 Leveled Book © Learning A–Z Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban All rights reserved. www.readinga-z.com Photo Credits: Title page: © adoc-photos/Corbis; page 3: © Victoria Ryabinina/iStock/ Thinkstock callous chaotic chivalrously copious dispute evinced fissures galvanized impeachment importuned inarticulate inkling innocuously irresolutely irritability monosyllabic perambulating prejudices prerogative quarrelling recital Words to Know Correlation LEVEL Z2 Y–Z N/A 70+ Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA 15 Glossary callous (adj.) unfeeling or uncaring about the feelings or problems of others (p. 6) chaotic (adj.) random; without an orderly pattern (p. 13) chivalrously (adv.) honorably and courteously (p. 5) copious (adj.) large in number or amount; abundant (p. 4) dispute (n.) an argument or disagreement (p. 4) evinced (v.) showed or displayed clearly; indicated (p. 13) fissures (n.) long, narrow openings or cracks (p. 9) galvanized (adj.) coated with a thin, protective layer of zinc (p. 6) impeachment (n.) an accusation or charge of wrongdoing brought against another (p. 5) importuned (v.) asked or begged for something in a persistent or annoying manner (p. 5) inarticulate (adj.) unable to express oneself in a clear or understandable way; wordless (p. 12) The Call of the Wild • Level Z2
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