That Spot

Final Reflection (That Spot)

For this lesson, you're going to write a reflection on "That Spot".

A reflection (in writing), is when you express your own thoughts, feelings, and opinions about a story or poem. It does not require a formal introduction or conclusion. Simply answer these questions:

Note: When referring to the title of a short story, put the title within quotation marks.

If you like, you can start your reflection like this:

The short story "That Spot" by Jack London is about two men who join the Klondike Gold Rush of 1892 and have a string of bad luck, mostly due to a troublesome sled dog call Spot.

  • This story made me think about
  • I liked this story because
  • The most interesting thing about this story is that


In the text box, write a 2-paragraph reflection on "That Spot". (Minimum Word Count: 100 Words)