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Native American Storytelling. Why do Native Americans tell tales?. Click on the link below and read the section entitled, Honoring All Life . When you are finished reading, answer questions 1, 2, 3, and 4 on your worksheet.

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Why do Native Americans tell tales?

  • Click on the link below and read the section entitled,

Honoring All Life.

  • When you are finished reading, answer questions 1, 2, 3, and 4 on

your worksheet.

  • When you are finished answering questions 1,2, 3, and 4, hit the Back button at the top of your browser to return to this screen, and click on the arrow below.

http://www.pbs.org/circleofstories/voices/index.html

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Why do Native Americans call their tales lessons?

  • Click on the link below and read the first paragraph under the title,
  • Biography: Words Are Sacred.
  • When you are finished reading, answer questions 5 and 6 on
  • your worksheet.
  • When you are finished answering questions 5 and 6, hit the

Back button at the top of your browser to return to this screen,

and click on the arrow below.

  • http://www.pbs.org/circleofstories/storytellers/tchin.html
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Listen to a Native American Tale,

“Rabbit’s Wish for Snow”

  • Click on the link below to listen to the tale, “Rabbit’s Wish for

Snow.” When the home page appears, click on “Launch Stories” located in

the upper right hand corner of the screen. Then click on “Rabbit’s Wish for Snow.”

  • When the story is finished, return to this page by hitting the Back button on your browser, and click on the

arrow below to answer questions about the tale.

http://www.pbs.org/circleofstories/storytellers/tchin.html

OR

  • If you would like to read and listen to the tale, “Rabbit’s

Wish for Snow,” follow the above first step to launch the story and then scroll down the original screen to the text of the story, “Rabbit’s Wish for Snow” to read while you listen.

  • Follow step 2 above when you are finished reading and listening to the story.
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Illustrate

  • Illustrate how the rabbit changed in appearance from the

beginning of the story to the end of the story.

Class Discussion

  • How did the rabbit’s appearance change?
  • Why did the rabbit’s appearance change?
  • Native American storytelling is a tradition passed from one generation to the next. What is one of your family traditions (i.e. holidays, food, music, story, game)?

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