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2. He tells us stories about his dog sledding adventures.
3. He tells us how he got his former lead dog, Storm and about him.
4. He talks about his home.
5. He tells us stories about animals he has seen.
6.He gets ready for Iditarod. The conclusion of this book
is when Gary Paulsen finishes
the Iditarod. He doesn't come in first,
but he did complete it. The two main characters are
Gary Paulsen and his dogs. Gary is an arrogant man who didn't know anything about real life until dgs taught him. Gary's dogs are smart and know things about real life. 1.Gary Paulsen talks about the sledders and checkpoints he encounters.
2.He gets to Rainy Pass.
3. He takes his required twenty-four hour layover.
4. He finishes the Iditarod. The climax of the story,
Woodsong, is when Gary Paulsen
runs the Iditarod race with his dogs. Conflict: Internal Theme Resolution: External Conflict Resolution: Internal Conflict Emily Ulbricht Josh Keller Kagan Kopp Kagan Kopp Emily Ulbricht Man vs. self
Gary Paulsen vs. Ignorance Kagan Kopp Gary finishes the Iditarod dog sled race. One person can plant
the seed, but you need
to make the flower bloom. Video Madison Skinner Video Emily Ulbricht Woodsong
By: Gary Paulsen Prezi made by,
Madison Skinner, and
Emily Ulbricht Picture Photo "Read like a wolf eats." Emily Ulbricht Emily Ulbricht The setting/exposition of this book
is in Minnesota in past time. Madison Skinner Madison Skinner Photo Madison Skinner Gary Paulsen learns from his dogs many different life lessons. Josh Yolo Keller Madison Skinner Man vs. Nature
Gary vs. Minnesota/ Alaskan Wilderness Josh Yolo Keller Madison Skinner