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  • Fables
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    • Early form of story telling
    • Believed to be originated in India
    • Aesop – Greek Slave, 620 B.C.
    Some things you should know about Fables…
  • AESOP
    • Credited for most of the known fables heard today.
    • His fables include “The Ant and the Grasshopper,” and “The Tortoise and the Hare.”
    • Short stories
    What are some characteristics of fables?
    • Features animals, plants & forces of nature with human qualities
    • Handed down generation after generation
  • Fables teach a lesson, can relate to everyone, and connects us with other cultures.
  • Fables of Different cultures
    • Involve animals found in that culture
    • Reflects cultural beliefs
  • Fable: The Tortoise and the Hare
    • The Hare laughed at Tortoise’s short feet and slow pace.
    • Tortoise challenged him to a race
    • Hare agreed
  • Tortoise and the Hare
    • Tortoise never stopped, he went slow and steady the whole way
    • Hare, thought he had time and took a nap
    • He finally woke up, and rushed to the finish line
  • Tortoise and the Hare MORAL: Don’t rush into things
  • Fables can have more than one lesson. Another lesson for the tortoise and the Hare is “Slow and Steady wins the race”
  • Cultural Fables
    • Native American’s use a lot of wolves
    • Wolves to them symbolize what a fox does to Europeans.
    • Animals used are reflective of culture
  • Animals Used in Fables
    • Lion – Strength, Big Ego
    • Fox – Sly
  • Animals Used in Fables
    • Wolf – Greed, Dishonest
    • Lamb – Shyness
  • Aesop’s Fables
    • The Ant and the Grasshopper
    • The Tortoise and the Hare
    Check them out here !