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LEGENDS

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Kris Ackerman

on 21 October 2013

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Transcript of LEGENDS

LEGENDS
Legends are stories that have been told as
fact
and are presumably believed by the storyteller and listeners. They are
handed down
for generations and
retold
to create more
excitement
.
Setting
Usually the setting is a
true historical
time and place.
The setting is
recognizable
.
Details of the setting are
very general
and cause the reading to make
inferences
.
Plot
Legends are told as
facts
.
Legends follow a traditional
plot outline
.
Legends include an
exaggeration
of the real events.
Legends include some type of
heroic deed
.
Change in the way the character
looks at life
can occur.
Historical truth
is used to provide proof that living a good and hardworking life has
rewards
.
An
individual
person can make a
difference
in the world.
Legends were often used to teach
cultural values
.

Themes
Characters can be
real people
such as Robin Hood, King Arthur, John Henry, Paul Bunyan or Mulan.
Although the characters can be real people what they
accomplished
may be
exaggerated
.
Characters can sometimes be
animals
acting as humans.

Characters
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