KDE – Year 10xEn2 – Folk Tales / Fairy Tales / Myths

Due tomorrow: 13th March 2014

Short one tonight, before I see you again tomorrow:

D Grade: Research and submit the title of one (or more if you’re feeling adventurous – Ryan got two at the end of the lesson… Learning Muscle alert!), Folk Tale, Fairy Tale or Myth, stating from which culture/country it comes.

C Grade: Submit the title of one of each: Folk Tale, Fairy Tale or Myth, stating from which culture/country it comes.

Mr Dettman

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10 thoughts on “KDE – Year 10xEn2 – Folk Tales / Fairy Tales / Myths

  1. Annika

    Folk Tale: “The Hare and the Lion” from Africa
    Fairy Tale: “Snow White” from Germany
    Myth: “Sky, clouds and stars” from Norway

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  2. ryan b

    myth – Hercules – Greek
    myth – The legend of Romulus and Remus – Roman
    fairy tale – beauty and the beast – French
    fairy tale – Rumpelstiltskin – German
    folk tale – The man who never lied – African
    folk tale – The Galah, and Oolah the lizard – Australian

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  3. Sarah M.P.

    Folktale- ‘ Kirikou and the Sorceress.’ From Africa.
    Fairy tale- ‘ Little Red Riding Hood.’ From France.
    Myth- ‘ Robin Hood.’ From England.

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  4. Nele Guttmann

    Fairy tale: The little match girl – germany
    The steadfast tun soldier – germany
    Folk Tale: The wo man with two Skins – african
    Lion and jackal – african
    Myth: Theseus and the minotaur – greek
    The Odyssey – greek

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    1. frankie hui

      folk tales-someone is eating all of allison’s
      fairy tale- a wicked enchantress imprisons a beautiful girl in a tower

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  5. Anna Florin

    Folk tale: The Jaguar and the Little Stunk (mayan folktale)
    Fairy tale: The Wolf and the sven little kids german)
    Myth: Eros and psyche (greek)

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  6. Connor

    Myth- Origin of Pandora’s box (Greece)
    Folk tale- Bigfoot Wallace (Texas)
    Fairy tale- Sleeping Beauty (Germany)

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