Lessons for Folktales

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  • Please, Malese! By Amy MacDonald - … Periods Objectives: • Students will read a Haitian folktale. • Students will learn main characters in Haitian folktales. • Students will learn multicultural information about … ”, tell students they will read another folktale from Haiti. Remind students of the definition of a folktale (use transparency). Tell students they … Haitian children to learn life lessons and moral instruction through folktales. Folktales are as much for adults as children. Haitian tales have …
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  • Asian Folktales - … describe the setting and culture represented in the folktale. identify the type of folktales represented by the stories. identify cultural aspects of … is important to understand people and their environment when studying folktales. These stories come from the expansive continent of Asia, specifically … , Ibrahim and Sharif Kanaana. Speak Bird, Speak Again: Palestinian Arab Folktales. Berkeley: University of California Press, *1989. pp. 267-72. Used …
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  • Buddhist Folktales - … is important to understand people and their environment when studying folktales. These stories, "The Steadfast Parrot," "The Banyan Deer," The Blossom … , religious story/parable). This story within a story is a folktale of caring, justice and fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. Using … /her rather than destroying him/her?" Extension: Investigate other Buddhist folktales and draw comparisons with the principles that have already been …
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  • This unit is designed for fifth grade students and strives to balance the pleasure of storytelling with the rigorousness of research. Students will work together to stage a retelling of a Latin American folktale as well as a creative presentation on their - … a retelling of a Latin American folktale as well as a creative presentation on their folktale's country of origin. This is … work in groups to retell a folktale as well as find and present information on their folktale's country of origin. Learning … (see Supporting Files) Latin American folktales: Deedy, Carmen Agra (reteller). Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale. Illus. by Michael Austin. Peachtree …
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  • Haitian Folktales - … folktales. • The student will compare and contrast a Haitian folktale with an African American folktale. • The students will create his or her own folktale … something about Haiti and Haitian folktales first and show the transparency on Haitian Folktales. Key points: • Most all Folktales in any culture contain … -net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=110821013617301 HAITI AND FOLKTALES • Most all Folktales in any culture contain these elements: o They teach …
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  • Folktales and Fairy Tales - … the Web section. There are folktales about famous people, classic fairy tales and more. American Folklore Find folktales by state, read tall … , units, or projects involving fairy tales. Europe of Tales Traditional folktales from Scotland, Finland, Iceland, Italy and Brittany. Stories include readings … , sound effects and music. Aaron Shepard's Folktales Aaron Shepard has retold many old folktales that have been handed down from generation …
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  • The Galapagos Islands - … Reader's Theatre. Just follow these preparation steps: Choosing Folktales: Choose folktales that you feel would be beneficial for students to learn … level. The number of folktales you choose will be determined by how many characters are in each folktale; every student should have … demonstrated the culture of the Southern Hemisphere. There is a folktale specifically from Ecuador entitled "The Spirit of Chimborazo." It would …
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  • Guided Comprehension: Knowing How Words Work Using Semantic Feature Analysis - … about what they already know about folktales and myths. Have students brainstorm some examples of folktales or myths that they have read … read aloud. You can also use Folktales Around the World for a booklist of other folktales to read aloud in class. 2 … understand and compare the two texts (folktales and myths). Discuss the differences between a folktale and a myth and have students compose … interactive Venn diagram comparing and contrasting a myth and a folktale. 3. Student-facilitated comprehension routines. Working in small groups, students …
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  • Folktales from the Americas - … describe the setting and culture represented in the folktale. identify the type of folktales represented by the stories. identify cultural aspects of … their environment when studying folktales. The first story, "The Trouble with Helping Out," is an African-American folktale from Suriname. On a … Nigeria. It is a folktale about an encounter between hunter, crocodile and mongoose. Compare and contrast this folktale with "The Trouble with …
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  • Gifts Disrespected - … in a folktale. research background information that enables a folktale to be placed in a historical setting. identify the type of folktale represented … people and their environment when studying folktales. The first story, "A Flowering Tree," is an Indian folktale told originally in the Kannada … someone living today, is there environmental symbolism in the folktale? This folktale has many places that reflect the culture of its homeland …
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