Daily Lessons for Teaching The Sea-Wolf

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Lesson 1

Objective: Jack London was a famous writer alive at the turn of the 20th century. The aim of this lesson is to introduce Jack London and his work.

1) Brainstorm with the student what they already know about Jack London. After ten minutes divide the students into pairs and ask them to research his life, including the books he wrote, where he was brought up and the jobs he had. On the students return compare what they have found and ask the students to individually write a short biography. End the lesson by asking the students to read out what they have written.

2) Divide the students into pairs and ask them to find out what other books London has written. On their return write the names of the books on the board and assign each student a book to research. Ask them to think about common themes, characters...

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