The First Fire : A Cherokee Animal Tale
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Fourth graders discover movement through the telling of "The First Fire", a Cherokee tale. Small groups are given sections of the story to tell by creating dances. Music (live and recorded) adds to the final performance and assessment.
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Telling Tales with Kamishibai
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