A Sand County Almanac Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1, January

• A Sand county Almanac talks about conservation and the need to create a social conscience towards the environment and the land.

• Land ethic is the main argument of the book.

• The first twelve chapters are descriptions of nature and the way plants and animals interact.

• The following chapters are about different places the narrator visits.

• The final chapters are about the need to create a social conscience towards the environment and the land.

• Chapter one describes the environment in January - the January thaw and what is happening to animals and plants, awakening from winter.

• The narrator talks about the skunk and following the skunk's trail.

• He describes the meadow mouse and the hawk's interaction - prey and predator.

Chapter 2, February and Chapter 3, March

• Chapter two is titled February and the narrator tells the reader about his oak tree outside his house.

• The oak tree is...

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