Grade 9 Reading Lesson 19 Myth and Folklore – How Coyote Stole Fire

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 19 Myth and Folklore - How Coyote Stole Fire Genre/Topic:

In the lesson before, you read the Greek folklore on how fire was brought to the earth. This lesson also talks about how fire was brought to men, but this story comes from the Shasta, the native American Indian people. Read this and decide which one is more interesting.

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 18 Myth and Folklore – Prometheus the Fire Bringer

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 18 Myth and Folklore - Prometheus the Fire Bringer Genre/Topic:

Can you imagine your like without fire? A life without fire means a life without warmth and without cooked food. If you believe that fire does play a significant role in your life, you must thank Prothemus, the fire bringer.

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