9780872075108

Happily Ever After

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  • ISBN13:

    9780872075108

  • ISBN10:

    0872075109

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2004-01-01
  • Publisher: Intl Literacy Assn

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Summary

Reader-friendly articles that define folk literature and its subgenres, provide strategies for using folklore across the curriculum, and describe techniques for teaching students to write their own folk stories

Table of Contents

PREFACE vii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS x
CONTRIBUTORS xi
SECTION ONE Introducing the Folk Literature Genre
CHAPTER 1 Unraveling the Tapestry: An Overview of the Folk Literature Genre
Terrell A. Young
2(16)
SECTION TWO Exploring the Subgenres of Folk Literature
CHAPTER 2 The How and Why of Folk Tales
Anne Marie Kraus
18(38)
CHAPTER 3 The Moral of the Story: Learning About Fables
Nancy J. Johnson and Angela Sorgatz Vroom
56(13)
CHAPTER 4 Mythology: A Cosmic Theater
Sam L. Sebesta and Dianne L: Monson
69(13)
CHAPTER 5 Legend Has It: What Legends Bring to Classroom Learning
Darty H. Bradley
82(28)
CHAPTER 6 Tall Tales: An American Folk Invention
Linda M. Pavonetti
110(28)
SECTION THREE Sampling Folk Literature Across Cultures
CHAPTER 7 Folk Tales From the African Diaspora: The Power of the Oral Tradition
Deborah L. Thompson
138(14)
CHAPTER 8 When Tigers Smoked Pipes: Asian Folk Literature
Belinda Y. Louie
152(12)
CHAPTER 9 European Folk Tales and Their Value Today
Ellen A. Greever and John Warren Stewig
164(17)
CHAPTER 10 Jewish Folk Tales: From Elijah the Prophet to the Wise Men of Chelm
Evelyn B. Freeman
181(11)
CHAPTER 11 Exploring Latino Culture Through Folk Tales
Lynn Atkinson Smolen and Victoria Ortiz-Castro
192(27)
CHAPTER 12 Open Sesame! Middle Eastern and Indian Subcontinent Folk Literature
Marcia Baghban
219(14)
CHAPTER 13 Tribal Stories From Native America
Debbie A. Reese
233(15)
SECTION FOUR Celebrating Folk Literature in the Classroom
CHAPTER 14 Cinderella and Her Sisters: Variants and Versions
Ann Sloan and Sylvia M. Vardell
248(15)
CHAPTER 15 Starting at the Roots: Collecting Folklore in the Home, School, and Community
Nancy L. Hadaway
263(19)
CHAPTER 16 "I'll Be the Monster!" Folk Tales and Classroom Drama
Judy Sierra
282(11)
CHAPTER 17 Transforming Fairy Tales to Inspire Young Authors
Laura Tuiaea
293(23)
CHAPTER 18 Timeless and Timely Fairy Tales, Ideologies, and the Modern Classroom
Jane E. Kelley
316
AFTERWORD
Susan Hepler
331(4)
AUTHOR INDEX 335(3)
FOLK LITERATURE AUTHOR INDEX 338(6)
SUBJECT INDEX 344

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