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Myths and Legends Cornell Notes

Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
Myths and Legends Cornell Notes
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FULLY EDITABLE - MS Word format

This set of Cornell or 2-colymn style notes covers terms associated with myths, legends, fairy tales, folk tales and fables.

In addition to defining these types of stories, it includes:
subject, theme, universal theme, fiction, novel, short story, and pourquoi story.

Students are asked to explain the 6 reasons these stories were told: to strengthen community, provide moral guidance, explain the world, entertain, pass on knowledge and history, and for fame or money.

They are also required to elaborate on 9 common characteristics of these stories: a retelling, timeless, use of stereotypes, personification of natural forces, classic opening or closing, good versus evil, supernatural forces, classic themes, and royalty.

The file includes scaffolded notes for students and a completed teacher copy. It also includes a link to 2 free online PowerPoint presentations that you may find helpful.
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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