Could she succeed where her beautiful, cruel sisters had failed? When they arrive at his wigwam, they have to get through his sister first. Page 28: What happened to the Rough-Face Girl when she go into the water? They also have two grown children. The Rough-Face Girl had a kind heart and she was all burned with fire. His sister also lives there and is the only one who can see him. They might work on their own, with a partner, or in small groups to list on the least five things in each of the three areas of the diagram the area devoted to elements that are unique to The Rough-Face Girl, the area devoted to things that are unique to Cinderella, and the area where the two circles intersect that includes things the two stories have in common. See Resource File: Recounting a Folktale Practice Page Cultural Research Center: Provide students with informational research materials about the tribes where the folktales originated from.
Focus: Discuss The Rough-Face Girl Algonquin Cinderella Story Comments and Questions: Cover: Ask the children if they have ever heard the story. Every girl in the Algonquin village wishes to marry the Invisible Being, who lives in a beautiful wigwam with his sister, but only a girl who can see the Invisible Being and answer his sister's questions can marry him. Ask students to identify one thing that was different between the stories. The younger daughter meanwhile shows through her actions that she is happy to receive what gifts she can, even old, worn-out moccasins from her father. The other is The Rough-Face Girl, which is a legend from the Eastern Woodland tribes.
The sister gives the Rough-Faced Girl the finest buckskin robes and a perfect shell necklace, and the Rough-Faced Girl transforms to be as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside. I remind the students that yesterday, we discovered that not all Cinderellas wear a glass slipper! In Cinderella there was a real prince. These two comparisons are very similar to Cinderella and the Rough-Faced Girl. Page 4: The Rough-Face Girl got her name from being scarred on her face. A scar is a mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed. Assess second-grade comprehension of fairy tale traits with a quiz see Handout One: Fairy Tale Quiz.
Discuss the details: What events were magic and which could really happen? The essence of these questions and their related answers are based on Nature. She and the Invisible Being had a good life. Indeed, some 1,500 or so versions of the basic Cinderella story-type have been recorded so far. Or do you do some each day? This is where she got the name Rough-Face Girl. All the girls -- including the elder sisters -- try, but fail the tests put to them by the Invisible Being's sister -- namely to describe bits of his gear. The Rough-Face Girl had scars.
The stories should have good and evil characters and a lesson, or moral. Oochigeaskw did not need any kind of magic such as the fairy godmother to ask the Invisible Being to wed her. Soon the Rough-Face Girl was a pro. I'm excited to do it this week. .
The Beautiful Girl got married to the Invisible Being and they had two twin girls and two twin boys. Others characterize the haughtiness of the two elder sisters, the madness of the birch-bark attire the little girl makes for herself. Illustrated with striking full-page, full-color paintings. A strong distinctive tale with art to match. Instead of a fairy godmother to help, the Rough-Face Girl relies upon herself. Please obtain a new Access Token on the plugin's Settings page.
Ask students to evaluate the success of the program and express their feelings about their participation in the philanthropic act. The Rough-Face Girl's two spoiled sisters cannot see past their own selfishness to notice the beauty all around them, but the Invisible Being and his sister can see past the scars and all the beauty within the Rough-Face Girl. In this particular tale, the assessment of knowledge is based on the wisdom of the Invisible Being. The girl's name -- Oochigeashw -- is given her by the indifferent, hostile townsfolk in mockery of her burns. Ending and Moral The next day, the Rough-Face Girl, who has been burned by fire and mistreated by her sisters, says that she sees the Invisible Being all the time. The father is obviously giving everything he can to his daughter, and his facial expressions show his distress that he cannot give her more. And the most beautiful person on the outside may not be very beautiful at all on the inside.
The Rough-Face Girl is able to answer the sister's questions because she sees the Invisible Being in the natural world around her. Given the beauty of the story, the strength of many of the illustrations, and the current interest in comparing variants of folktales from different cultures, libraries will find this a well-used picture book. In a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being. They had to answer to his sister in order to meet him upon her approval. We are focusing more on standards and this has really helped me in the classroom. And none had been able to get past the sister's stern, all-knowing gaze.
Middle of the Story One day, the two sisters dress in their best clothing and set out to marry the Invisible Being. They tend to own expensive classical hot rod and motorcycles. Discuss the symbolism of the animals and the Great Spirit. Challenge students to continue the work the class has started. In a village by the shores of Lake Ontario lived an invisible being. Submitted By Kellie Replogle, Martin Luther King Jr. The Rough-Face Girl is mistreated by her sisters and is literally scarred by their meanness.