history and genres notes

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9/1/2009 1 Announcements: **If you do not yet have your textbook, please see us or email us ASAP. **When emailing, please include your full name and which class you are emailing about. Between the two classes I teach, I have 570+ students so when I get an email that says, “I am a student in your Tuesday/Thursday class…” it really doesn’t give me enough information! **On some clickers, the channel button is the same as “Go” so pressing “go, 4, 1, go” or “channel, 4, 1,channel” is the same thing. Something to keep in mind… “Stories about and for children reflect the prevailing view of children at a particular Earliest stories were passed down through oral tradition folk literature Folk Literature Common purpose to teach lessons through stories Traditional knowledge passed along by word of mouth within a particular culture or group of people
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9/1/2009 2 Types of folk literature Mother Goose Tongue Twisters, Puns, Proverbs, Street Rhymes
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