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Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Activity I Connecting with Literature Persuasion Pre Reading. Imagine that you have been invited to take part in a wilderness experiment that. involves living alone in the wild You may take two bags of supplies no more than you. can carry What would you take How would you survive. Before you can answer these questions you must decide what kind of wilderness you. will visit Will you live in a forest by a lake on a beach in a valley on a glacier or. someplace completely different Choose your location and decide what you must. know and bring with you to survive, Pretend you must convince your parents or guardians to let you go You know they will. ask many questions about how you will survive safely You will be more persuasive if. you anticipate their questions and prepare thoughtful answers in advance They will. probably ask questions like those in the Survival Chart Fill in your responses to help. you prepare for your parents or guardians questions Then add and answer two more. questions that you think your parents or guardians might ask. 7 Reproducible Student Worksheet,Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Survival Chart,What kind of wilderness will you visit. At what time of year will you make your,What kind of wild animals live there.
What dangers will you meet,What will you need to protect yourself. What kind of tools will you need,Do you have any special knowledge or. skills that will help you For example,can you make a fire build a shelter hunt. and trap animals or read animal tracks,How will you get food. How will you deal with loneliness,How long do you think you will survive.
in this wilderness before you have to,return home,9 Reproducible Student Worksheet. Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Part I Amaroq the Wolf,Activity I Context Clues Part I Pgs 1 25. Context clues help you determine the meaning of new words These clues can be descriptions. actions and reactions opinions and direct definitions They often appear in the same sentence. as the unfamiliar word or within two sentences before or after it In the example below we. want to know the meaning of the word plaintive We need to look for clues such as descrip. tions in the sentence, The millions of voices of summer have all died down to one plaintive note Pg 130. Millions of voices of summer would be noisy Imagine children during summer they are. excited and loud but the quotation says they have died down That means they have quiet. ed Now the sound is described as one plaintive note The loud excitement of summer has. ended How do you feel when summer has come to an end It is very possible that plaintive. means calm and sad, Of course if you cannot define a word using context clues you should look it up in the dic.
tionary to learn its meaning, The following vocabulary list contains Upick words and English words that describe Julie and. the setting The author has provided context clues to help you understand their meaning. Included below are the page numbers where you will find each word. Look them up in the book and match each vocabulary word with its context clues. Vocabulary Word Context Clues, 1 heave Pg 5 A She clapped her hands at last breaking the. 2 Amaroq Pg 8 wolf code, 3 ilaya Pg 8 B her heart skipped excitedly she called and. 4 gussaks Pg 9 scrambled to her feet,5 Lapland longspurs Pg 9 C my friend. 6 Ee lie Pg 11 D to eat these mice like rodents, 7 ulo Pg 12 E one of many earth buckles that rise and fall.
8 lemming Pg 13 F the white faced, 9 elated Pg 23 G wheel up into the sky then alight in the. H the half moon shaped woman s knife,11 Reproducible Student Worksheet. Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Now use the context clues to write a definition for each word Then compare your def. initions to the dictionary s definitions to check their accuracy Correct any of your def. initions that contain errors Note that you will probably not find the Upick words in. the dictionary but they are directly defined by their context clues. 5 Lapland longspurs,13 Reproducible Student Worksheet. Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s.
Activity II Motivation Characterization Pgs 1 25, A Pause and think Julie is alone and lost in a very dangerous situation She is hun. gry has little hope of catching food on her own and is vulnerable to predatory. animals and the cold As Julie write a journal entry answering the following. questions and explaining your actions, What has caused you to put yourself in this place In other words why are you. running away,Where are you going,Do you regret running away Explain. B At this point in Julie s life she is trying to figure out who she really is One of her. biggest problems is the influence of the gussak culture on her Inuit world In. addition to her use of the Upick language Julie demonstrates her culture through. the way she speaks thinks and acts, 1 Who is Julie Describe her age and her physical appearance. 2 Look for actions and words that show Julie s Inuit heritage List as many. examples as you can,15 Reproducible Student Worksheet.
Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. 3 How does Julie feel about gussak values, 4 Pretend that you meet Julie and you can ask her any question about her culture. What question will you ask Why will you ask it, 5 What do you think Julie s response to your question would be. 6 What would you want to tell Julie about your own culture. 17 Reproducible Student Worksheet,Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Activity III Illustrations Pgs 1 25, Illustrations frequently add to your understanding of the plot characters or setting of.
a novel Julie of the Wolves contains illustrations throughout Look at the artwork on. pages 2 3 and on pages 16 17, 1 Pretend that the publisher wants to remove the illustrations Write a letter to the. publisher telling why the sketches should remain in the book Be sure to describe. how the pictures help you understand the plot the characters or the setting This. is a business letter which uses a special format Use the Business Letter Model. as a guide, 2 Now create your own illustration of Julie s shelter described on page 13 Make it. colorful and organized Be creative For example you may draw it by hand com. pose it on a computer or construct a collage out of pictures from magazines. Business Letter Model,Your street address,Your City State Zip Code. Name of person to whom you are writing,Company name. Company street address,City State Zip code,Dear Sir or Madam or the person s name.
In the first paragraph introduce the purpose of your letter for example the letter. might try to persuade the editor of a book to insert or keep the illustrations in the. novel Be courteous and brief Business letters should contain only the necessary. information, In the second paragraph support your point with explanation for example. describe how the pictures help you understand the plot the characters or the set. sign your name,19 Reproducible Student Worksheet,Student s Page. J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Activity IV Plot Pgs 1 25, The plot of a novel is the sequence of events that take place within it beginning with. the introduction and ending with the conclusion The plot of a novel is divided into. the following sections, A Introduction the setting and the characters background information names. and personalities the introduction may be either descriptive or brief. B Conflict the big problem that the characters spend most of the book trying to. C Rising Action smaller problems that the characters experience as they try to. solve the larger conflict, D Climax the turning point the most exciting most suspenseful point in the novel.
E Falling Action the calming action and decrease in tension following the climax. F Resolution the conclusion of the story the outcome. At this point in the novel you have discovered the conflict and moved into the rising. action In small groups complete as much of the Plot Outline as possible Since you. have not reached the climax yet you will leave some of the outline blank You will. rejoin your group and add to your outline after reading Parts II and III. STUDENT ROLES IN GROUP DISCUSSIONS, 1 Reader The reader s job is to read the questions aloud and to be sure everyone knows. the meaning of unfamiliar words and understands the questions. 2 Recorder The recorder takes notes and is responsible for writing down the group s final. 3 Timer and Voice Monitor The timer and voice monitor is responsible for reminding. individuals when they get too loud and for keeping track of the time Because of a con. cern for finishing the project on time the monitor will be the one to get the students. back on task when they stray or get bogged down on one point. 4 Checker and Encourager This person s chief responsibility is to encourage all members. to contribute to compliment when appropriate and to remind everyone of the necessi. ty of avoiding name calling and or put downs,21 Reproducible Student Worksheet. Student s Page, J u l i e o f t h e Wo l v e s P re s t w i c k P o w e r P a c k s. Plot Outline,A Introduction,B Conflict,C Rising Action. E Falling Action,F Resolution,23 Reproducible Student Worksheet.
Julie of the Wolves Prestwick PowerPacks Name Date 21 Reproducible Student Worksheet Student s Page Activity IV Plot Pgs 1 25 The plot of a novel is the sequence of events that take place within it beginning with the introduction and ending with the conclusion The plot of a novel is divided into

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