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  • The Boy who Lived with the Bears
    Stages 8–10
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    The Boy who Lived with the Bears

    This is a Native American legend from the Haudanosaunee people. They are part of a group of six Native American tribes from northeastern America called the Iroquois Nation. The Haudanosaunee people are also called “the people of the long-house”, because members of a clan, as many as 60 people, lived together in one house. Each clan was led by a clan mother. The story is an oral legend. Before people could read and write they told stories to each other. Often the stories were legends that explained different things: how the earth was created, why the bear has no tail or in this case, why it is important to treat children well.

  • The Boy who Lived with the Bears
    Stages 8–10
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  • Terminprøve 8. trinn høst 2021
    Stages 8–10
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  • Terminprøve 10. trinn høst 2021
    Stages 8–10
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  • Terminprøve 9. trinn høst 2021
    Stages 8–10
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  • The Hate U Give
    Stages 8–10
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