The Call of the Wild Guided Reading and Activity FilesChapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Vocabulary to know for Chapters 5-7 Quizministrationconvalescenceadorationfeignedtransientprovocationexploitpertinacityvigorvirilitycessationobliterated
The Call of the Wild Pre-Reading BackgroundJack London Webquest
Jack London Links
Alaskan Gold Rush Webquest
Alaskan Gold Rush LinksWolves Webquest LinksNational Geographic Wolves of Yellowstone*Remember you need to use the same username and password that you would use to log into any computer at school to access Safari Montage.*WordleDirections:1. Using the information that you have on Jack London, wolves, and the Klondike Gold Rush, you will create a wordle that focuses on the important facts you've learde about these topics.2. To begin, open a Word document and type any combination of 20 facts about Jack London, wolves, and the Klondike Gold Rush. You might wish to do 5 facts about Jack London, 10 about wolves, and 5 about the Klondike Gold Rush. Any combination is acceptable as long as you have 20 total factual sentences.3. Save this in your Language Arts B folder as "Background Facts for Call of the Wild".4. Open up another new Word document and based on those 20 factual sentences, record the key words that you see repeated over and over again. These words will make up your Wordle.
- Use the (~) symbol between words that you want to have appear together in the Wordle. Such as: Jack~London
- The number of times you type the word or words determines how large it will appear on the wordle. If you type "Wolves" 10 times and Gold~Rush 5 times, Wolves will appear larger than Gold Rush on the Wordle.
- You may want to play around with the RANDOMIZE button to see variations of your Wordle before printing.
5. You must have at least 20 different words on your wordle. You will save these words in your Language Arts B folder as "Wordle Words"
6. Go to Wordle.net, Click "Create Your Own", highlight the Wordle Words and copy them, Paste the words into the empty box on the Wordle Website, Click Go to create your Wordle, Click Print. *You might need to Accept or hit Run for Java*
7. In order to save and print you will need to hold the ALT button and the PRINT SCRN button on the key board. This pastes the screen shot to the clip board. From here you will open another Word document and hit the INSERT tab to find and print the screen shot with your Wordle on it.Safari Montage Help