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Author Barchers, Suzanne I.
Title Multicultural folktales : readers theatre for elementary students / Suzanne I. Barchers.
Pub Info Englewood, Colo. : Teacher Ideas Press, 2000.
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 Falmouth-Children's Room  J PARENT TEACHER 808.54 Bar     AVAILABLE
Descript xxi, 188 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (page xxi).
Contents 5050 Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: First-Grade Reading Level -- Farmer and the animals (Finland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Gawain and the Green Knight (England) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- It could always be worse (Yiddish) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Molly Whuppie (Scotland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Peach boy (Japan) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Chapter 2: Second-Grade Reading Level -- Baba Yaga (Russia) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Bee, the harp, the mouse, and the bum-clock (Ireland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Giant in the garden (Scotland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Gifts of love (Korea) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Los Tres Ratoncitos: A Chiste (Southwestern United States) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Magic Table (Germany) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Sally Ann Thunder and Davey Crockett (United States) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Shepherd and the troll (Iceland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Spider flies to the feast (Liberia) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Chapter 3: Third-Grade Reading Level -- Clever daughter (Italy) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Dick Whittington and his cat (England) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Finding the foolish (Scotland) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Master-Maid (Norway) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Tree that bled fish (Micronesia) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Water, water will be mine (Kenya) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- White-haired old woman (United States Native American) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Why ants carry burdens (Africa/Hausa) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Chapter 4: Fourth-Grade Reading Level -- Arion and his harp (Greece) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Catherine and her destiny (Italy, Sicily) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- How Fisher went to the skyland (Great Lakes Region/Anishinabe) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Polly Ann and John Henry (United States) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Princess Sivatra (India) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Three Wishes (Hungary) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- To the Sun, Moon, and Wind (Spain) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Young Chief who played the flute (New Zealand) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Chapter 5: Fifth-Grade Reading Level -- Doomed Prince (Egypt) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Fortunee (France) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Forty thieves (Arabia) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Grateful Hans (Germany) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Learned servant girl (China) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Legend of the feathered serpent (Mexico) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Magic fan (India) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Princess Maya (India) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Seven pairs of slippers (Portugal) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters -- Snow Queen (Denmark) -- Summary -- Presentation suggestions -- Props -- Delivery suggestions -- Characters.
Summary From the Publisher: Introduce your students to other countries and cultures through the traditional folk and fairy tales in these engaging readers theatre scripts. Representing more than 30 countries and regions, the 40 reproducible scripts are accompanied by presentation suggestions and recommendations for props and delivery. Each has been assessed for readability using the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scale and is grouped for grades one through five. Valuable as supplements to multicultural units, these scripts actively involve students in the subject, and they promote oral reading and presentation skills.
Subject Folklore and children.
Tales -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Multicultural education.
Folklore and children.
Folklore -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Multicultural education.
Readers' theater.
Related To Online version: Barchers, Suzanne I. Multicultural folktales. Englewood, Colo. : Teacher Ideas Press, 2000 (OCoLC)606276557
ISBN 156308760X
9781563087608
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