Who's Story Is It
Kind of Activity:
Students will be able to identify slight changes in point of view in their own perceptions of who is at the center of the story.
Common Core Standards:
Have students identify passages in these two chapters (but also consider passages from throughout the story) which seem to situate someone or something else (other than Buck) at the center of the story. These may be certain men, other dogs or animals, a specific place or the natural environment in general.
Ask students to identify at least two passages where it seems the narrator is talking directly about this...
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