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Transcript of Folk Tales
Geography- River/ Whirlpool
Language- No Dialogue
People- Hunter with a Bow
"You never know when a kindness will be repaid"
The Ant and the Dove (Russian)
Senor Coyote and the Tricked Trickster
- giant cactus
Language - Senor
- Mi viejo amigo
Weather- None Specific
He Lion, Bruh Bear, and Bruh Rabbit
Geography- Mountains (cave)
- scarin', mornin', roarin', hearin' somethin'
People- "Will be" boy
- "Was Once" old man
- Man with a gun
Moral/ Theme- There will always be someone bigger and badder
- Don't be a bully!
Oral Tradition (passed down from generation to generation)
Reveals Culture of the Land (geography/ animals/language/ people/ weather)
He Lion was a bully by being loud roaring "me and myself" and scaring all of the small animals. The Bear and Rabbit showed Lion the man; Lion was shot twice. From then on, Lion no longer disturbed the other animals.
Mouse saves Coyote; Coyote must be Mouse's slave. Then Mouse becomes trapped by Snake. Coyote tricks Snake to release Mouse. Mouse and Coyote are even.
Why Monkeys Live in Trees
- mound of pepper
Language - aaaaaaachhhhhoooooo
King Gorilla gives the jungle animals a contest; they must eat a whole mound of black pepper in one day. After many animals try and fail, the monkey pretends to eat a mouthful and disappears into the grass. He comes back each time til the entire mound is gone. Leopard catches monkey tricking the jungle animals by trading places with other monkeys in the grass. The monkeys run to the trees to hide from the angry animals.
The Three Wishes
Language - Nonspecific
- Woodsman's Wife
- Old man/ Stranger
A Crippled Boy
(Vietnamese Folk Tale)
Geography- Banyan tree (tropical fig tree), pebbles, palace
Language -mandarin (officials, counselors), "long, long ago", "oops", "one day"
-Theo (crippled boy)
- high ranking officials/ counselors