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To Build a Fire Foreshadowing Chart

To Build a Fire Foreshadowing Chart
To Build a Fire Foreshadowing Chart
To Build a Fire Foreshadowing Chart
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Before reading Jack London's "To Build a Fire," students will first discuss the definition of foreshadowing to help introduce them to this concept. During the reading process, they will write down a series of predictions they have and write "Yes" or "No" if their prediction comes true by the end of the text. For each prediction, they will find one quotation that led them to this statement, and they will record this information as their foreshadowing clue. After reading, they will answer questions on page 2 using details from the story as evidence.
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2 pages
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3 days
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