World Folktales: A Multicultural Approach to Whole Language Grades K-2 ePub download
by Jerry Mallett,Keith Polette
- ISBN: 0917846435
- ISBN13: 978-0917846434
- ePub: 1769 kb | FB2: 1824 kb
- Language: English
- Category: History & Criticism
- Publisher: Highsmith Inc (July 1, 1994)
- Pages: 70
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 229
- Format: mobi txt lit azw
World Folktales book.
World Folktales book.
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Each handbook is organized into eight cultural units: Hispanic, Native American, Jewish, Middle Eastern, Native American .
Each handbook is organized into eight cultural units: Hispanic, Native American, Jewish, Middle Eastern, Native American, Asian, East European and West European.
Folktales and Folklore Grades K-3 Rubric. Fairy Tales Grades K-3 Rubric.
Discuss defining elements of folktale (for example: takes place anytime, takes place anywhere, animals can talk, et. and write them on the board and have students point out genre characteristics of the folktale being read aloud. The two Writing with Writers components - myths and folktales - as well as the folklore and the folktale sections include online publishing and a formal assessment with the student writing. Folktales and Folklore Grades K-3 Rubric.
Keith Duncan Mallett (born October 7, 1948) is an American artist who has worked as a painter, etcher and ceramic artist. His subject matter ranges from figurative to still life and abstracts. Mallett's work has been exhibited worldwide and is featured in corporate and private collections.
World Tales, subtitled "The Extraordinary Coincidence of Stories Told in All Times, in All Places" is a book of 65 folk tales collected by Idries Shah from around the world, mostly from literary sources. Some of the tales are very current, others are less well known. Each story is preceded by a short introduction by the author, giving a brief history of the tale's literary mutations, or remarking on the strange similarities that versions exhibit across great geographical or historical distances