Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild is a nonfiction book that most high school students find relevant, fascinating, and thought provoking. But my experience with teaching the book also revealed that it can be a challenge because it is so chock full of information, much of which could be reinforced through visual representation. That's why I created this helpful supplementary teaching tool: 45 chapter-by-chapter slides that depict maps, places, and other items of interest found in the book.
While all your students will appreciate the chance to actually see some of the things found in the book, your visual learners, especially, will profit by it. You could use the slides as an ongoing part of the reading by showing only the slides that apply to what's been covered so far or as part of a standard pre-reading lesson for each chapter. You could also use it as a review/refresher and show the whole presentation after your students have completed the book.
Each slide also has a handy note or two of explanation and an occasional quotation or suggested link.
You might also be interested in my Multiple Choice and Essay Final Test for Into the Wild, also available here at my store.
Thanks for considering Tim's Tool Box.