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The Jungle Book Presentation

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Lauren Murphy

on 14 February 2014

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Transcript of The Jungle Book Presentation

Major Events in 1894
Coca-Cola drinks are sold in bottles for the first time
Bubonic Plague breaks out around Hong Kong
International Olympic Committee (IOC) is formed, and started planning the first Olympic Games set for 1896
e.e. cummings born
Great Hinckley Fire kills over 450 people in Minnesota
Characters
Representation
The Jungle Book mainly represents animal nature, where animals only kill for food and survival, as this quote from the book says:
"Ye may kill for yourselves, and your mates, and your cubs as they need, and ye can; But kill not for pleasure of killing, and seven times never kill Man!"
Another point to the book is to educate and explain how humans should be able to get along with wild animals, as well domesticated
animals.
About Joseph Rudyard Kipling
Born on December 30th, 1865 in Bombay, India, and died on January 18th, 1936 in London, England
Had three kids
His careers included being a short-story writer, a poet, and a novelist
Was the first English-Language recipient of the Nobel Prize in literature, and also one of the youngest recipients of the prize

Visual Presentation
Disney's "The Jungle Book" clip from
"I wanna be like you"
Audio Presentation
Sounds of the Australian Rainforest
The Jungle Book
Introduction
The Jungle Book is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling
In this book, a boy named Mowgli goes on many adventures with a variety of animals, such as a panther, bear, or wolf.
The book has 14 stories/chapters, and is 144 pages long
Almost every jungle book is set in India
The book was originally published in 1893-1894, and now has been republished into several versions
The genre is children's literature
There is a sequel called "The Second Jungle Book," which was published a year later, in 1895
Plot of "mOWGLI'S brothers"
-Mowgli is found
-Shere Khan is furious that the wolves do not kill Mowgli
-Shere Khan creates a plan for revenge
-Bagheera warns Mowgli about the plan
-Shere Khan demands that the head wolf, Akela be killed and that Mowgli is given to him
-Mowgli attacks Shere Khan
-Shere Khan surrenders and disappears
-Mowgli returns to the village where he was born, vowing to one day return and kill Shere Khan
Personal Evaluation
I think the book was very well written, but it was in older English, meaning there were words such as
"art thou"
or
"ye,"
which in more Modern English means
"are you"
or
"you."
Personally, I think the book would be great for animal lovers. This book would be a good book to read over time because it is a collection of short stories, so the reader does not have to remember the earlier passages as well as one whole story.
Written by Rudyard Kipling
Mowgli, Man cub
Bagheera, a panther
Baloo, Sloth bear
Akela, Head wolf
Father Wolf, main father wolf who raised Mowgli
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, mongoose
Shere Khan, Bengal Tiger
Tabaqui, Indian jackal
Raksha, main mother wolf who raised Mowgli
Hathi, Indian Elephant
Kaa, Indian Python

Presentation by Lauren Murphy
Food
Pretzel Snakes
Ingredients
water
yeast
flour
powdered sugar
salt
vegetable oil
baking soda
butter
granulated sugar


Represents
This food represents common animal found in the jungle; The snake.
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