Lessons for Folktales

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  • Japanese Folktales for Children - … include traditional folktale subjects in them. • Japanese folktales help us learn about Japanese traditions, history, and customs, just as American folktales tell us … mural. Retell the folktale 4. Or have the children act out a Japanese folktale for creative dramatics. Enrichment A. Folktales such as The … illustrations in Japanese folktales different from those in American folktales? F. Have children write stories to accompany their drawings of folktale characters. Ohio …
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  • The Case Of The Uncooked Eggs from The Magic Orange Tree - … . Remind students of the characteristics of a folktale (and/or use as a transparency) “Folktales and Morals.” Ask students if they have … a little bit about Haiti and Haitian folktales. Show transparency on Haiti and Haitian Folktales. 3. Review new vocabulary with students: Pronounce … the teaching power of folktales and why people tell folktales. Think about the lessons learned by reading this Haitian folktale. Now write about …
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  • Folktale Improvisation - … of them have ever heard a folktale or know what folktales are? The teacher shares that a folktale is a story, usually of … students will see an example of a folktale which everyone will read together. The folktale the students and teacher will read is … observe what the other groups have done with their folktales. Materials: Several folktales from different countries (1 for each group) Some examples …
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  • Mountain Humor: What's in a Picture Book? - … of Appalachian Folktales by Tina L. Hanlon + Bibliographies: Background Resources on Appalachian Folktales and Storytelling by Tina L. Hanlon + Bibliographies: Appalachian Folktales in … stories, or on the art work. Questions for folktale analysis: + The legends and folktales retold in many picture books are derived from … the world. Do any of these folktales contain motifs or themes that you see in other folktales, legends, fairy tales, myths or …
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  • Sun and Moon Folktale - … own folktales. Younger students may need to participate in a group rewriting of the folktale to model the format. Their individual folktales should … graphic organizer for other possible folktale ideas concerning the solar system. 6. Have students write their own folktales. Following the writing process … or tell their folktales to the class. Related Links: Types of the Folktale 1 http://www.uwstout.edu/lib/irs/folktale.htm This …
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  • Mali: A Tale of the Lion King - … three, are Africans the only ones who have folktales (no, every culture has folktales). Tell the students that they are to listen … the Lion King Sarah Wood Charlottesville City Schools Homework Folktales Name ____ A folktale is a story that is passed down from … Lion King Sarah Wood Charlottesville City Schools Folktales Quiz Name ____ What is a folktale? ____ ____ ____ Why is the oral … Lion King Sarah Wood Charlottesville City Schools Answers to Folktale Quiz 1. A folktale is a story that is passed from generation …
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  • Folktales Around the World - … world. Students will learn what a folktale is, and read and compare folktales from America with folktales from around the world. This will … the week, the teacher will discuss what a folktale is and read an American folktale, to the class. The teacher will inform … time, the teacher will discuss the folktale with the class. a. Why is this a folktale? b. What did the animals think … short summary of each folktale. -An additional activity may be to have each student write their own folktale and read it to …
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  • Jewish Folktales - … relations to describe settings and cultures represented in folktales. research background information that enables folktales to be placed in a historical setting … righteous, Hasidism, Shabbat and explain their cultural relationship to the folktales. describe the eight levels of Tzedakah and explain how they … is important to understand people and their environment when studying folktales. The first three stories, "The Three Laughs," "Loosening the Stopper …
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  • Native American Folktales - … place to describe settings and cultures represented in folktales. identify the type of folktales represented by the stories. recognize and describe character … Ojibwa folktales; "The Circle of Life and the Clambake" is a Wampanoag folktale; "The Hopis and the Famine" is a Hopi folktale; "The … " are Inuit folktales; "The Man Who Transgressed a Taboo" is a Menomini folktale; and "Thunder Deputizes the Eagle" is a Cherokee folktale. Check …
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  • Understanding Folktales and Their Philanthropic Connections - … folklore known as folktales. They will understand their origins and purposes, and describe different types of folktales. Because many folktales reveal a character … of six types of folktales. describe the origin and purposes of folktales. identify characteristics and common themes of folktales. analyze the relationship between … are any folktales that are family favorites and identify the category of folktale to which it belongs. Identify whether the folktales reflect their …
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