1. The stories centre around the creation of the earth and early human life in the beliefs and views of Native American tribes.
2. The stories shed light on the tribe's understanding of the world by using imagery and the imagination of what early Native Americans believe to be true, for example, the earth on the turtle's back, or the sky land above the water.
3. One of the elements of human behavior analyzed is the nature of human curiosity, and how it is sometimes detrimental when pushed too far, for example when the sky land's Chief's wife peers down into the hole of the tree, she ends up falling into the hole, facing death if it weren't for the animals who created the earth.
1it tries to show that that the natives believe there is a fine line between real life and supernatural
2they think that all animals, humans, and the supernatural are connected
3 its really stereotypical, women are made to have children and men to work
1. the things in the story relied on other living things to make earth
2. the things in the world wanted to help the people with making earth
3.kind ness from the things that helped do what they do
1. The story’s explain how the earth and how life started. They explain it in two different ways. For example, in the story how the world was made, life started by a guy slapping a girl with a fish and told her to multiply. In the second story, the earth on turtles back, life started by a girl falling and a bunch of animals trying to get earth from the bottom of the lake floor to start earth.
2. They state what humans needed to live. For example In the second story the animals knew that she needed earth to live on so they had to go get some.
3. In the second story the humans were picking things off the trees in the sky lands, and this one girl had a dream. The men went to the tree that she saw in her dream to pull it up. In the first story the men came after the plants and animals and the brother slapped his sister with a fish and told her to multiply. Also the women were only allowed to have 1 child a year.
2.They think they are all connected
3.how they act?
1. The stories seeks to explain how the world is made.
2. Each story describes how the different tribes think the world was made and tells it in a respectful way.
3. I think it's cool how in "The Earth on Turtle's Back", a woman had the world in her hands. That means she is trustworthy and caring. In "How the World was Made", The men and women that were there were confused and eventually adapted.
1. both stories are about how the earth came to be.
2. animals, humans, and everything is somehow connected in there own ways.
3. how they act in each story
The stories focus on on the origin of the earth and how the early humans maintained to survive. All of this was through the narrative Americans lens.
1. It shows that the native Americans believe that there spiritual and supernatural beliefs were very close to one another.
2. they think that they are all connects some how connected.
3. they think that everyone has there own roles as to what they should be doing.
1. The phenomenon that both stories have in common is trying to explain the world and the things revolving around life through storytelling which generally features some animalism.
2. Each tribe show their understanding of the world by using different natural elements and manipulating them into a story to explain each event.
3. Each story shows humans inevitable behavior of curiosity and drive as they use these to fill the hole that would create fear without explanation. It also shows that humans also have a neutral dominance and submissive attitude when it comes to family roles and the roles of those who make powerful decisions.
1. Each story seeks to explain how a certain natural element of the world was created. For example the mountains and valleys was created by the father buzzard flying out to find the hard land. he got tired and flap his wing and with each flap down created a valley and then each flap up created the mountains.
2.Each story shows how a certain tribe thinks the world was created. One example is that the muskrat grab a handful of earth at the bottom of the waters and placed it on a turtles back and it expanded to make the land and then the sky women place the seeds which created life.
3. One element that the stories show is curiosity. In the first story they send out the father buzzard and he went out to see if the land was hard yet., then in the second story it shows how the sky women look over the hole of the uprooted tree and fell down and from this it was eventually created.
1. Each story is seeking to explain how the world is created.
2. They think that all animals, humans, and the supernatural are connected and have something to do with how the world was created.
3.The elements of gender would be that women are made to produce more life and men are made to work.
1.In each story it is talking about how the word and created and the beliefs in early human life.
2.The native Americans like to tell story's of the animals control how things happen and how they have spiritual connections to things in nature.
3.The buzzard created the mountains and it was a male figure and it shows that men are to work and women are to have babies.
1. the earth was depending on the animals to create
2. the animals wanted to help
3. the elements of gender show that women and children clean and cook while men work
1. the creation of the earth through the eyes of native american and animals.
2.imagery "the clouds above the water where the first humans were"
3.one of the elements of human behavior explained in the stories is fear such as when they were explaining the four ropes breaking that hold the world up.
1. These passages are about how the earth was made, and they all seem to have animals in them.
2. They all have different view points on how the earth was made, and the passage states this clearly.
3.In the passage "The earth on a Turtles back" a female musk-rat grabbed earth, that in my opinion states that females are brave even before earth.
1.Each story explains how the world began.
2. The native american like to tell story about how nature controls and create the world and rules of the world.
3.In the story's the animals are helping out the humans in the first story the animal is a male and the buzzard creates the mountains and valley. and the second story the woman starts life and everything involves the woman in a sense of babys (life).Man create in hard labor and woman create in the form of life.
1. Both of the stories are about how the world started. The first story is How the World Was Made it talks about how these people only know the world as a giant island that is surrounded by water. The second story talks about how all the animals are trying to put dirt on a turtles back to start life.
2. The first story sheds light by telling showing that the tribe lives in the mountains and they don't know anything else but the mountains and they think anything bellow the mountains is the underworld. The second story shows that a tribe and the animals are starting life by putting dirt on a turtles back.
3. The humans in the first story are afraid of what is bellow the mountains and they think that the mountains is the world and bellow the mountains is the underworld.
1. the people were depending on the animals to create the earth
2. the animals helped get the wife out
3. women and children clean and cook and the men work until the boys can work.
Responding to content from Mr. Pino's class, students will be striving to make connections and provide evidence to support their opinions.