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young man, young woman
to get married
to tell (a story)
to take, to carry
to be in love (with)
to be jealous
Once upon a time there was / were…
Many centuries ago…
Once in a while
Often, many times
It is hot.
It is cold.
It is sunny.
It is windy.
It is raining.
It is snowing.
What is the weather like?
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Fairy tales Aditi, Fenna, Maja and Karmen What are the differences and similarities between fairy tales in The Netherlands and in Slovenia?
Imaginative Literature Language Arts Describe the various imaginative forms of literature including fantasies, myths, legends, and fairy tales.
The adventures of Cedrick the Knight A FANTASTIC STORY ABOYT BRAVE PEOPLE.
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~*The Greek Goddesses*~ By:Antoinette J. Parker Period 4.
Learning Objective : Identify the structural characteristics of fairy tales. RC 3.1.
Missing one princess! Stolen by a dragon!. Beware of the dragon! Likes: gold and princesses. Dislikes: knights and water.
A fairy tale has a special phrases such as: “Once upon a time” “Once there was” “A long, long time ago” “They lived happily every after”
Beowulf. What is an epic? Songlike poem that explores the speaker’s feelings 2. Brief story that teaches a moral about life 3. Story that focuses.
Traditional Literature Fairy Tales. What is Traditional Literature? Traditional stories have been passed down from one group of people to another through.
Myths, Folk Tales, Fables, and Fairy Tales What is a myth? A myth is a story passed down from generations trying to explain how our world works or how.
Fiction Genres: Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Drama, Poetry, Traditional Fiction Source: Open Court Classics; SRA/McGraw-Hill.
Medieval Romance. Basic Narrative Pattern A quest, in which the hero undertakes a dangerous journey in search of something of value.
FAIRY TALE ELEMENTS. Fairy Tales: Told from one person to another – stories that were spoken. (oral tradition)
Courtly Love* What Love is: Love is a certain inborn suffering derived from the sight of and excessive meditation upon the beauty of the opposite sex,
Hot and Cold The Weather What’s the weather like in the north ?
Seasons. spring It’s warm in spring. summer It’s hot in summer.
World Myths and Folktales English II. Myth and Folktales The world’s oldest stories Passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation These.
Talk To The Hand Setting Protagonist Antagonist Main Conflict Conflict Resolution One Sentence Each 1.Rising Action 2.Climax 3.Falling Action 4.Denouement.
2 pt3 pt4 pt5pt1 pt2 pt3 pt4 pt5 pt1 pt2pt3 pt4pt5 pt1pt2pt3 pt4 pt5 pt1 pt2 pt3 pt4pt5 pt1pt Books Fill in the Blanks Name that Genre More Name that Genre.
Genres and literature When you speak about genre and literature, genre means a category, or kind of story. S. Bolmeier/MPS.
It is sunny. What is the weather like? How is the weather?
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The story of Mulan --Christine. My Presentation Introduction China American Movie The story Characters Setting(where and when) Events.
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Come in and open your readers notebook to your folklore tree map. Make sure your map looks like this: Folklore Folk TaleFairy Tale.
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Myths, Legends, Fables & Fairytales: an introduction.
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Index Next Index NextHome Index HomeNextBack Index The story was about a beautiful princess and a handsome prince. Once upon a time,a baby girl was.
Epic Hero Notes First we need to know what an epic is! Epic: a lengthy narrative poem in elevated language celebrating the adventures and achievements.
BELL RINGER: APRIL 29/MAY 2 PLEASE TAKE OUT YOUR SHORT STORY ROUGH DRAFT AND GRAB TWO OF THE PEER EDITING WORKSHEETS FROM STACK ON THE DESK WHEN YOU FIRST.
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Source: Open Court Classics; SRA/McGraw-Hill Example: Fairy Tales Some of the elements of the genre of fairy tales: Begins with the phrase like “Once upon.
The Hero’s Journey. What makes a “hero”? Right now, take a few moments to jot down some CLASSIC HEROES and who some of your heroes are. Be sure to write.
In this type of work, the author can make up the entire story. Authors can also choose to include factual information in a made-up story to make it seem.
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