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Open Court Reading Vocabulary Unit Theme: Storytelling. Oral History Presented by Linda Brady. folklore. Customs, beliefs, and stories handed down from generation to generation by a group of people. recite. To say aloud from memory. ancient. Very old; belonging to the distant past.

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Open Court Reading VocabularyUnit Theme: Storytelling

Oral History

Presented by Linda Brady


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folklore

Customs, beliefs, and stories handed down from generation to generation by a group of people


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recite

  • To say aloud from memory


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ancient

  • Very old; belonging to the distant past

Aztec Sun Stone, an ancient calendar


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traditional

  • Having to do with long-established customs, beliefs, or patterns of behavior that have been handed down from generation to generation

Traditional African instruments


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memorable

  • Easily remembered; sufficiently interesting, exciting, or unusual to be worth remembering


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inherited

  • 1. receive something when somebody dies

  • 2. receive characteristic or quality from parent


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