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Multicultural folktales [electronic resource] : readers theatre for elementary students / Suzanne I. Barchers.

By: Barchers, Suzanne I.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Englewood, Colo. : Teacher Ideas Press, 2000Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 188 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585254877 (electronic bk.); 9780585254876 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Folklore and children | Tales -- Study and teaching (Elementary) | Multicultural education | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Communication Studies | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Speech | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Multicultural folktales.DDC classification: 808.5/4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
First-Grade Reading Level -- The Farmer and the Animals (Finland) -- Gawain and the Green Knight (England) -- It Could Always Be Worse (Yiddish) -- Molly Whuppie (Scotland) -- The Peach Boy (Japan) -- Second-Grade Reading Level -- Baba Yaga (Russia) -- The Bee, the Harp, the Mouse, and the Bum-Clock (Ireland) -- The Giant in the Garden (Scotland) -- Gifts of Love (Korea) -- Los Tres Ratoncitos: A Chiste (Southwestern United States) -- The Magic Table (Germany) -- Sally Ann Thunder and Davy Crockett (United States) -- The Shepherd and the Troll (Iceland) -- Spider Flies to the Feast (Liberia) -- Third-Grade Reading Level -- The Clever Daughter (Italy) -- Dick Whittington and His Cat (England) -- Finding the Foolish (Scotland) -- The Master-Maid (Norway) -- The Tree That Bled Fish (Micronesia) -- Water, Water Will Be Mine (Kenya) -- The White-Haired Old Woman (United States, Native American) -- Why Ants Carry Burdens (Africa/Hausa) -- Fourth-Grade Reading Level -- Arion and His Harp (Greece) -- Catherine and Her Destiny (Italy, Sicily) -- How Fisher Went to the Skyland (Great Lakes Region/Anishinabe) -- Polly Ann and John Henry (United States) -- Princess Sivatra (India) -- The Three Wishes (Hungary) -- To the Sun, Moon, and Wind (Spain) -- The Young Chief Who Played the Flute (New Zealand) -- Fifth-Grade Reading Level -- The Doomed Prince (Egypt) -- Fortunee (France) -- The Forty Thieves (Arabia) -- Grateful Hans (Germany) -- The Learned Servant Girl (China) -- Legend of the Feathered Serpent (Mexico) -- The Magic Fan (India).
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Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi).

First-Grade Reading Level -- The Farmer and the Animals (Finland) -- Gawain and the Green Knight (England) -- It Could Always Be Worse (Yiddish) -- Molly Whuppie (Scotland) -- The Peach Boy (Japan) -- Second-Grade Reading Level -- Baba Yaga (Russia) -- The Bee, the Harp, the Mouse, and the Bum-Clock (Ireland) -- The Giant in the Garden (Scotland) -- Gifts of Love (Korea) -- Los Tres Ratoncitos: A Chiste (Southwestern United States) -- The Magic Table (Germany) -- Sally Ann Thunder and Davy Crockett (United States) -- The Shepherd and the Troll (Iceland) -- Spider Flies to the Feast (Liberia) -- Third-Grade Reading Level -- The Clever Daughter (Italy) -- Dick Whittington and His Cat (England) -- Finding the Foolish (Scotland) -- The Master-Maid (Norway) -- The Tree That Bled Fish (Micronesia) -- Water, Water Will Be Mine (Kenya) -- The White-Haired Old Woman (United States, Native American) -- Why Ants Carry Burdens (Africa/Hausa) -- Fourth-Grade Reading Level -- Arion and His Harp (Greece) -- Catherine and Her Destiny (Italy, Sicily) -- How Fisher Went to the Skyland (Great Lakes Region/Anishinabe) -- Polly Ann and John Henry (United States) -- Princess Sivatra (India) -- The Three Wishes (Hungary) -- To the Sun, Moon, and Wind (Spain) -- The Young Chief Who Played the Flute (New Zealand) -- Fifth-Grade Reading Level -- The Doomed Prince (Egypt) -- Fortunee (France) -- The Forty Thieves (Arabia) -- Grateful Hans (Germany) -- The Learned Servant Girl (China) -- Legend of the Feathered Serpent (Mexico) -- The Magic Fan (India).

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