Juan Hernandez-Pedrerors - Split-page notes (blank - chapter 1) | LearnZillion.pdf - Split-Page Notes The Call of the Wild Chapter 1\"Into the Primitive

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Unformatted text preview: Split-Page Notes: The Call of the Wild, Chapter 1 "Into the Primitive" Question 1. Response What does the reader in the first learn sentence about the problem, the main character, and the setting? 1 The reader in the first sentence can learn that there is a problem, which includes dogs but does not know more. The reader learns about one of the characters in the book, also in the book they clarify that the problem is not only for Buck is also for all tidal dogs. In addition the reader that the place of the book could be on the west coast of the United . States. 2. What do you Buck in learn about paragraphs 3-5? Cite I learned that Buck is a majestic creature. Buck occupies a different place in animals and evidence from the text to humans on the ranch. Buck does not work outside or inside. Buck is large weighs 140 support your answer. pounds plus He is strong and. In addition the author compares buck with royalty. 3. What words and phrases in paragraph 22 present Buck in "human-like" ways? Cite evidence from the text to Buck describes himself as a person with similar thoughts and feelings to those that a person can express. as evidenced the text says “I could not understand what everything meant. What did they want with him, these strange men? Why did they keep him locked support your answer. in this narrow box? ”In my own words Buck implies that he is curious and worried about his current situation. other evidence is the part that says "He felt oppressed by the vague feeling of impending calamity." Therefore I can conclude that the feeling of being oppressed is a human feeling that almost does not relate to animals Explain how the encounter with Manuel and the subsequent event described in paragraph 11 change Buck, citing evidence from the text to support your claim. This event changes his thinking about humans because he believed that all people could be trusted but when he met Manuel he realized that all people are not trustworthy and now he violently recites Grade 8: Call of the Wild Question 4. Response Underline sensory details used to describe Buck's beating. How does the author's use of vivid, Some relevant details are: Buck has become very aggressive and the author sometimes refers to buck as "demon". Details like this and others create a violent tone and suggest that nature is a brutal place. the reader tells the reality in which Buck is now like a wild violent description impact the tone and mood of the dog. text? 5. What does the author mean by the phrase the The meaning of lines are the rules of nature. In the story, the author shows how far "reign of primitive law"? Buck has come from the place of JudgeMiller. At Buck history world can expect some violence.But the good thing is that Buck has shown that he can survive. the good thing is that Buck has learned that he has to obey men with things that can hurt him but also that he doesn't have to believe that he is their student Consider the author's use of word choice and sensory details; select a word, phrase or sentence from Chapter 1 that emphasizes Buck's return to a primitive state. Explain why you choose this phrase/sentence given its impact on the reader. Buck is becoming a more normal dog than a common dog is wild that kills or does what is necessary to survive, even though we have to change the way it was Grade 8: Call of the Wild ...
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