Bryce Jungkunz's Folk Literature

Individuel project.

Types of Folk Literature

Myths| a traditional story

Tall Tales| a story with unbelievable elements, seen as if it were true and factual.

Fables| are short stories which illustrate a particular moral and teach a lesson to children and kids.

Legends| a traditional story sometimes popularly regarded as historical but unauthenticated.

Epics| is a lengthy narrative poem.

Folk tales| is a story or legend forming part of an oral tradition.

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The Golden Egg

Moral| Don't be impatient and greedy. (Don't do things to make it go faster that will mess everything up.)
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Moral| Do not lie or when you tell the truth people will not believe you. (Don't lie and people will believe you.)
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The Lion and the Mouse

Moral| Good deeds are rewarded. (If someone helps you, you should help them back when they need it.)
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Cute Tortoises and hares!!

Buy a cute stuffed animal, tortoise and hare!! For 11$ for both or 7$ for 1 you can get it right now!!
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Medusa

She is a bad guy in the story... She can turn people to stone by looking at them and moving her hair which is snakes. Athena turned her into that, and there is no way for her curse to end. The only way to look at her without turning into stone, is if you put something over her eyes, or look at here threw a mirror.
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Confucianism and Taoism

Confucianism is about Chinese culture and can also be called Ruism. Taoism is the Yin and the Yang. It is about light and dark, good and evil, the balance between this world. The term Tao, in Taoism, means "way", "path", or "principle."
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Parable of Jesus| Feeding the 5 thousand...

Jesus was talking to more than 5 thousand people. It was getting late and all the people were hungry and there wasn't enough time to make food when they got home. So Jesus and the Disciples asked anyone who had food to give it to them. A little boy had a small amount of food and the disciples brought that to him. Jesus used that and feed all of them with the power of God!

Tortoise, Hare Remix!


The Turtle, and the Hare, are two animals. But, these are any animals, the can talk and build and have jobs, and races. They race to see who gets the most food for winter.


“Bang!” the shot fires and they’re off to the race. It’s the Turtle and the hare the Turtle is one foot from the line and the Hare is already 1 mile away. The Hare sees that and takes a nap. The Turtle catches up and the hare wakes up and has lots of energy and runs as fast as he can. The Turtle is almost at the line like ten feet away and the Hare is like a mile away, so he runs as fast as he can because he has energy, and wins the race and the crowd goes crazy. The Hare gets the food and sleeps some more.


The moral or lesson of this story is that sleep helps.