Introduce your students to the power of nonfiction literature
with Jack London’s
account of San Francisco’s 1906 earthquake.
Included in this 24-page printable
• prereading activity
• short biography of Jack London
• background of London’s article
• complete text
of London’s article
• ideas for further research and writing
• vocabulary test
• 50 selection questions
• examination of famous Jack London quotations
• selection test
• answer keys
This activity is suitable for upper elementary, middle school, high school, and homeschool classes. Created by Susan Thurman.
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