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    Introduction to legends Introduction to legends Presentation Transcript

    • Legends
      Welcome to the “All About LEGENDS” slidecast, prepared and presented by G. Walsh and E. Power.
      Please listen to and read the information presented on these slides, then try the quiz at the end.
    • Legends
      Let’s learn about them together ……
    • Legends
      A legend is a
      semi-true
      story, which
      has been
      passed
      On orally
      From person
      -to-Person.
      1
    • Legends
      A legend has
      important
      meaning for
      the culture
      in which it
      originates.
      2
    • Legends
      A legend usually
      includes some
      element of truth,
      or is based on
      historic facts,
      but with
      unbelievable
      characteristics.
      3
    • Legends
      Legends usually
      involve heroic
      characters or
      fantastic locations.
      They may also
      Include spiritual
      beliefs of the culture
      in which they
      are created.
      4
    • Legends
      7, 8
      10
      5, 6
    • Legends
      Now that you understand the basics of a legend, you should proceed to the quiz at the end of this slidecast to test your knowledge of legends.
      When you are finished, return to our Legends website to read, listen to, and watch some classic legends.
      10
    • References for Legends
      1 - http://www.berattarverkstan.se/engindex.htm
      2 - http://www.moonchyldecreations.com/Native-American-Legends.html
      3 - http://www.scholastic.co.in/index.php/usborne-illustrated-guide-to-greek-norse-legends.html
      4 - http://www.spiritualsaffron.co.uk/?page_id=541
      5 - http://www.bookrags.com/The_Legend_of_Sleepy_Hollow
      6 - http://blog.eduify.com/index.php/2009/10/25/5-classic-scary-stories/
      7 - http://www.story-lovers.com/listsnativeamericanstories.html
      8 - http://www.solarnavigator.net/trojan_horse.htm
      9 - http://izhevsk.ru/forummessage/9/294799.html
      10 - http://www.moonchyldecreations.com/Native-American-Legends.html
      Thanks to http://myths.e2bn.org/teachers/info311-what-are-myths-legends-and-folktales.html
      for information about legends.
    • Legends
      Let’s review what we have learned ….
      1. How is a legend passed on?
    • Legends
      Let’s review what we have learned ….
      1. How is a legend passed on?
      2. For whom does the legend have important meaning?
      A legend is passed on orally from person-to-person.
    • Legends
      Let’s review what we have learned ….
      1. How is a legend passed on?
      2. For whom does the legend have important meaning?
      3. On what is a legend usually based?
      A legend is passed on from person-to-person.
      A legend has important meaning for the culture in which it originates.
    • Legends
      Let’s review what we have learned ….
      1. How is a legend passed on?
      2. For whom does the legend have important meaning?
      3. On what is a legend usually based?
      4. What cultural beliefs may be included in a legend?
      A legend is passed on from person-to-person.
      A legend has important meaning for the culture in which it originates.
      A legend is usually based on historic facts.
    • Legends
      Let’s review what we have learned ….
      1. How is a legend passed on?
      2. For whom does the legend have important meaning?
      3. On what is a legend usually based?
      4. What cultural beliefs may be included in a legend?
      A legend is passed on from person-to-person.
      A legend has important meaning for the culture in which it originates.
      A legend is usually based on historic facts.
      The spiritual beliefs of a culture may be included in a legend.
    • Legends
      Congratulations!
      You may now proceed to the Legends webpage.