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This video is intended to be used with young people, ages 8-13, but certainly can be used by older youngsters and adults, also. The program has been designed to be used in the following settings: • Classroom: Social Studies – units on Native-American culture; Reading – units on folktales; Literature – units on comparative
Note. Because the star stories of the Native Ameri- cans are typically passed down orally from generation to generation, the variations and interpretations of these stories are as varied as the people who tell them. This collection is no exception — you will find different constellation names, and different stories pertaining to
(Canadian Folktale). 1. On the shores of a wide bay on the Atlantic coast of what is now called Canada there dwelt in old times a great Native American warrior, known for his wondrous deeds. He had a very wonderful and strange power -- he could make himself invisible. In this way he could mingle unseen with his enemies
Native American Legends. Many different people have told stories about the Salmon, people who were here a long time ago and who lived close to the land and water. Many of the legends were told by special story tellers at special times of the year. The stories were full of magic and spirits and symbols. They were full of
Fountas-Pinnell Level J. Nonfiction. Selection Summary. Native American peoples have told folktales throughout their history. Some folktales teach lessons or how to solve problems. Many of the stories have animal characters with very human traits. One reason folktales have survived is because they can be enjoyed by
29 Jan 2012 It is important to remember these stories were never intended to be written as a permanent cultural record. The individual tribes believed no one owned the material. • room for re-invention existed. • multiple versions of one story can exist. • each individual story-teller was allowed creative interpretation.
Handbook of Native American Mythology. 2 classicist Geoffrey S. Kirk, regard the two categories as distinct but overlapping. In his Myth: Its Meaning and Functions in Ancient and Other Cultures, he de- clares that myths serve a purpose other than to simply tell a story, whereas folktales “tend to reflect simple social situations;
Native American folktales / edited by Thomas A. Green p. cm. — (Stories from the American mosaic). Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 978–0–313–36301–6 (alk. paper). 1. Indians of North America—Folklore. 2. Tales—United States. 3. United States—Folklore. I. Green, Thomas A., 1944–. E98.F6N382
INTRODUCTION. Every Native American Indian tribe traditionally used storytelling as a primary means of educating young people. Not only were stories experienced directly, but they also challenged the young imagination and respected the inner wisdom each child owns. Stories not only told of a legend or occurrence of
Proceed with Caution: Using Native. American Folktales in the Classroom. Debbie Reese. To counter flawed representations found throughout popular culture and the media, the author draws on her identity as a woman from the Nambe Pueblo to help teachers select children's books that are realistic in their presentation of

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