The Call of the Wild

In 1897, people found gold in the Klondike, Canada. Thousands of people traveled there to find more gold. They needed big, strong dogs to work for them. This is the story of one of those dogs, Buck. A man takes him from his family in California, and Buck has to pull a sled in Canada. Will he survive?

  • Format: Paperback
  • Page Count: 64 Pages
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Age
12+
Lexile
570L
CEFR
A2
Wordcount
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Headwords
700
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Learning materials

Answer Keys and Lesson Plans

The Call of the Wild Answer Key
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The Call of the Wild Test
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The Call of the Wild Test Answer Key
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The Call of the Wild Worksheet
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The Call of the Wild Worksheet Answer Key
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Audio

The Call of the Wild Contents
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The Call of the Wild 01
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The Call of the Wild 02
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The Call of the Wild 03
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The Call of the Wild 04
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The Call of the Wild 05
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The Call of the Wild 06
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The Call of the Wild 07
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The Call of the Wild 08
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The Call of the Wild 09
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Series overview

Penguin Readers is a series of popular classics, exciting contemporary fiction, and thought-provoking non-fiction written for learners of English as a foreign language. Beautifully illustrated and carefully adapted, the series introduces language learners around the world to the bestselling authors and most compelling content from Penguin Random House. The eight levels of Penguin Readers follow the Common European Framework and include language activities that help readers to develop key skills.

The Call of the Wild, a Level 2 Reader, is A1+ in the CEFR framework. Sentences contain a maximum of two clauses, introducing the future tenses <i>will</i> and <i>going to</i>, present continuous for future meaning, and comparatives and superlatives. It is well supported by illustrations, which appear on most pages.

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