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Engage middle and high school students with a classic example of adventure fiction, “To Build a Fire” by Jack London, and use this assessment to promote homework accountability and evaluate general reading comprehension. An answer key is included, as well as a copy of the public domain short story. Materials are delivered in printable Word Document and PDF formats. By taking this quiz, students will demonstrate knowledge of the following:
- The protagonist’s arrogance
- The old timer’s disregarded advice
- The protagonist’s husky companion
- The lack of understanding of the severe climate
- The omnipresent dangers of the setting
- The building of the fires
- The protagonist’s lack of imagination and its consequences
- The protagonist’s alarming thought concerning the husky
- The protagonist’s realization before his demise
Materials are available for teaching a variety of texts such as: