"To Build a Fire" Vocabulary
pack comes with the following:
❆ Step-by-Step Instructions
❆ Vocabulary Handout with 25 words, part of speech, definition
❆ Vocabulary Hands-On Poster Activity with Rubric for Grading
❆ Vocabulary Quiz in 2 versions - 20 multiple-choice questions
❆ All Answer Keys
The vocabulary word handout is editable
in case you want to change some of the words. The rubric and quiz are also editable
These are the words covered in this lesson pack: pall, undulations, conjectural, speculatively, protruding, vague, menacing, apprehension, subdued, unwonted, monotonously, reiterated, gingerly, smote, imperative, conflagration, folly, imperceptible, spasmodically, apathetically, wistful, mincingly, peremptorily, poignant, and chidden.
Sample Quiz Questions:
_____ 1. Which two words are similar in meaning?
A. pall and gingerly
B. vague and unwonted
C. conjectural and speculatively
D. undulations and folly
_____ 10. Which sentence below does NOT use the underlined vocabulary word correctly?
A. The lecture was delivered so monotonously that many students fell asleep.
B. The teacher reiterated the main points of the lesson when she finished speaking.
C. The teacher was so cheerful that she delivered the lecture in a poignant way.
D. The teacher moved around the room mincingly in her high heels.
_____ 17. When the soccer players ran into each other on the field, a bystander yelled, "Oh my! His broken leg bone is poking through his skin! Handle his leg __________ until the ambulance arrives!"
• "To Build a Fire" Thinking Stations
• "To Build a Fire" Unit - Jack London
• "To Build a Fire" by Jack London TEST
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