This is about seven goat children, on their own, who have to make the decision about answering the door to a wolf a few times. They have to make decisions - but you choose for them. The mother trusts that the main character and eldest child will protect the others, but you have to decide for him. It is an interactive story, based off of a fairy tail.
Developers Log #1:
Time: 45 minutes
Boy-Well, well looks like I have to start tend the sheep again, I wish a wolf would show up, it add excitement and tension.
Boy-Alright now I am lonely, forever alone I guess… let me go into town.
Man-Hey sherperd boy did you tend the sheep?
Boy-Yeah, but I was all alone, like always..
Man-You don’t need company, I grew up alone and look at me know!
Boy-Yeah, okay I think you should look at yourself in the mirror again
Man-Just go home now
A: Investigate - choose my story
a. Tittle and author-
b. links to full text if the story
c. 9dentify the main character
d. identify the moral/ethical lesson
e. describe the characters
f. Describe alternite ending
g. Whats the ethical lesson?
Paul Salopek has made it his goal to retrace the steps of our ancestors, over the course of seven years, from Africa to South America. Along his journey he is able to upload his stories to National Geographic website.
The wolf is the largest member of te canine family and greatly resembles a German Shepard. They are endangered because of humans hunting them for sport, their fur, and to protect their livestock. Another reason for their endangerment is humans encroaching into their territory. Some solutions to prevent wolves from going extinct is to put up laws stopping people from hunting for wolves until their population increases and leave their territory alone. I personally love wolves and would hate if they were to go extinct.
I recently finished reading Jack London's The Call of the Wild and it left me in a certain state of awe. The book detailed the journey of a dog named Buck from the time he was kidnapped from his home in the Southland to the time he turned completely wild and abandoned all civilization to run with the wolves. Throughout his journey, he was part of a harsh dog sled team where he learned the law of club and fang, struggled for dominance, dealt with ignorant humans, fell in love with a man, and eventually let the wild fire within him take control.
Have you ever tried to hunt for food and make a living in the winter? Well, Rawbones and Capu and their family and friends have to deal this way until winter stops and spring starts to come.
One of the most interesting dangerous moments in the book Julie’s Wolf Pack by Jean Craighead George was when they had to survive in the cold and see Rawbones own wife Sliver die. How did she die and what happened to her babies is a mystery that can be only solved by reading the book.