Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge "Raven and the Sources of Light" - Section 1: What do you know about Ravens?


This discussion was interesting to see students’ interpretation of ravens.  Many related them to crows but amazingly several wrote about the symbolism of them in TV shows and movies.  They recognized that the crow often represents evil and trickery.  Some even discussed the relationship of the raven to Native American culture.

  Student Interpretation of Ravens
  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Student Interpretation of Ravens
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"Raven and the Sources of Light"

Unit 1: Folklore
Lesson 7 of 15

Objective: SWBAT characterize the Raven through its various transformations in this myth.

Big Idea: Is the Raven caring or a trickster?

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